New keyword strategy?

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Dear Experts.
I have started to analyze all keywords with a strategy:
a) Self-generate keywords which closest to each category.
b) Use tools to analyze the keywords thought in step "a".
c) Collect keywords that are better than "Self-generate keywords".
d) Try searching with the better keywords found in step "c" to find the main competing websites.
e) Use tools to analyze competitors and find keywords that match the topic of your website.
f) Done.
What do you think about my above strategy? Is it right?
#keyword #strategy
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  • Profile picture of the author DABK
    Do you have any visitors? If yes, how do they find you? Go to Google Webmaster Tools and see. Any of these keywords good?

    Put them in Google keyword tool and see what other keywords you get.

    Put each page on your site that you want people to find in Google keyword tool and see what keywords Google thinks your pages are about. When it gives you the keywords, it orders them by relevance. So, the first keyword on the list is the one it thinks it best fits your page content; the second one the second best, and so on.

    Any good keywords you did not think of there?

    Do the keywords match? (I once analyze the site of a auto shop store. The owner was gun-ho on warranties and guaranties. To the point that Google's first 700 keywords were about warranties and guaranties, not about his store changing tires, oil, transmission fluid, fixing breaks and engines.)

    That the top competitor's main page and pages that have to do with what you promote, put them in Google keywords tool to see what keywords Google thinks those pages are about.

    Pick any keywords that you did not think of but match well what you're selling.

    Once you analyze with tools, analyze the finalists directly (Go to Google, find out the top page for the keyword, figure out what they've done and decide if you can do better at a price you like). Use your tools to find out how many backlinks they have and from where, use your eyes to see if they have the keywords in title, h1, etc.

    Originally Posted by Casinotutor View Post

    Dear Experts.
    I have started to analyze all keywords with a strategy:
    a) Self-generate keywords which closest to each category.
    b) Use tools to analyze the keywords thought in step "a".
    c) Collect keywords that are better than "Self-generate keywords".
    d) Try searching with the better keywords found in step "c" to find the main competing websites.
    e) Use tools to analyze competitors and find keywords that match the topic of your website.
    f) Done.
    What do you think about my above strategy? Is it right?
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    • Profile picture of the author Casinotutor
      Originally Posted by DABK View Post

      Do you have any visitors? If yes, how do they find you? Go to Google Webmaster Tools and see. Any of these keywords good?

      Put them in Google keyword tool and see what other keywords you get.

      Put each page on your site that you want people to find in Google keyword tool and see what keywords Google thinks your pages are about. When it gives you the keywords, it orders them by relevance. So, the first keyword on the list is the one it thinks it best fits your page content; the second one the second best, and so on.

      Any good keywords you did not think of there?

      Do the keywords match? (I once analyze the site of a auto shop store. The owner was gun-ho on warranties and guaranties. To the point that Google's first 700 keywords were about warranties and guaranties, not about his store changing tires, oil, transmission fluid, fixing breaks and engines.)

      That the top competitor's main page and pages that have to do with what you promote, put them in Google keywords tool to see what keywords Google thinks those pages are about.

      Pick any keywords that you did not think of but match well what you're selling.

      Once you analyze with tools, analyze the finalists directly (Go to Google, find out the top page for the keyword, figure out what they've done and decide if you can do better at a price you like). Use your tools to find out how many backlinks they have and from where, use your eyes to see if they have the keywords in title, h1, etc.
      Thank you so much!
      I have started a new plan in geology science, focus in engineering geology. All of my mind keywords were analyzed and the competition is low. I haven't any visitor yet, what next can I do?
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      • Profile picture of the author DABK
        Where are you ranking?
        How many searches for your keywords?


        If you're relying on SEO only, you need to rank at the top of page 1 to get decent to good traffic.


        #1 in organic serps gets about 30% of all searches (unless you mess up the title or the description or the url... You can get close to 0 in that case, even if you're #1 for your keywords.


        #2 gets about 12%.


        #3 gets 8 and it goes down to 1.5 for #9 and 2.25% for #10 (if it's the last on the page).


        (Numbers from memory from readying studies on the subject some time ago.)


        Go to backlinko.com for keyword selection: https://backlinko.com/keyword-research.


        While you're there, look up his articles on the skyscrpaer technique.


        Look up silo structures for SEO too.

        Originally Posted by Casinotutor View Post

        Thank you so much!
        I have started a new plan in geology science, focus in engineering geology. All of my mind keywords were analyzed and the competition is low. I haven't any visitor yet, what next can I do?
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  • Profile picture of the author Maria hamid
    I am thinking of starting keyword research and you have given some really good information.
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  • Profile picture of the author Naheed
    for keyword research, I completely rely upon google keyword planner. since this tool can provide a holistic set of keywords for your website. Then I use these keywords to align titles for my webpages. I also analyze competitors strategies through online research and with a little bit of help of tools as well. then I use high definition keywords as primary keywords and low definition as secondary in my web content.
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  • Profile picture of the author bsr travels
    you can check keywords in google ad words account. You can search uber suggest also.
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  • Profile picture of the author ravikumarfront
    I think you have given some really good information.
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  • Profile picture of the author fastreplies
    Originally Posted by Casinotutor View Post

    e) Use tools to analyze competitors and find keywords that match the topic of your website.
    What would be the point of that exercise?
    Are you going to avoid using them to stop competition?

    Can you explain what would be the purpose of "e'?



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