When you use Google, you may notice a lot of related phrases popping up as you type. For example, if I type the phrase “child care,” I can see a handful of keywords displayed in the drop-down box here. If I type a space, and, run through the letters of the alphabet, I get more great keywords. Further, you can get even more novel suggestions, if you start typing letters at the beginning of your query. You can ask fairly complex questions too. Suppose I want to write a set of articles on “Skin Care.” Then, I can type in: “Is X good for your skin?” As I replace the “X” with various letters, I get a whole new set of phrases. So, what if there was a way to save them all? Well, now there is. “Keyword Researcher” is the best “Long Tail Keyword Scraper” on the market.
Once you type a phrase into the keyword researcher Search Box, simply put an asterisk at the point where you’d like Google to suggest some related phrases. From there, “Keyword Researcher” takes over. It replaces your asterisk with each letter of the alphabet. And, saves the response from Google. This allows you to harvest thousands of Long Tail Keywords in minutes! Suppose, for example, you owned a bicycle website. And, let’s say you were trying to gather a list of “bike-related items” that people are searching for. Try this query: “Asterisk for bikes…” Or, say that you want to target your pages for a certain clientele. Try: “bikes for asterisk…” Or perhaps you want to answer some “how to” questions in your niche.
Try: “How to asterisk bikes…” Or, maybe you’d like to know what premium items your customers are actively searching for. Try: “best bicycle asterisk…” As you can see, there’s an infinite number of search variations to play with! Allowing you to generate an endless list of keyword phrases! But that’s not all. Because “keyword researcher” comes with a complete array of Keyword-Management and S.E.O. tools. Suppose I have a new client.
And they need an S.E.O.-Optimized website for their “Low Carb Diet” video product. So, I head over to the “Google Keyword Planner” and type a few phrases: Now I save the CSV File to my hard drive, and, start a new project in “Keyword Researcher.” Then I’ll just drag my CSV File into the “Import Box.” Ok… I just filled up my project with lots of keywords. Let’s see what we got… I can right-click on the “Average Monthly Searches” column, and, sort from high to low. Let’s see… The “Dukan Diet” is a competitor of my client’s product. So, let’s put the keyword “Dukan” on the “Negative Keyword List.” So now in the future (when I bring in new keywords) my project will “Black List” the phrases that contain that word “Dukan.” But now, let’s search for some keywords that we can use on our website. I’ll type “carb” into the filter box.
And maybe… add the word “vegetarian.” Let’s see… “low carb vegetarian recipes…” That would make a good article topic. So I’ll make a new keyword researcher category for “Vegetarians,” and create a new Content Article. My new article will encompass all six of these keywords. So I select them all, and drag them into my article. There. The keywords have been associated with my new article and assigned to the “White List.” I can see the White List if I click the white swatch here… But now… let’s create some “S.E.O.-Optimized Article Content.” So I expand my content panel and set a “Publication Date” and “Meta-Description.” “In this article, we’ll discuss a few ways vegetarian recipe ideas to get you started on your new low-carb diet!” Ok. Let’s create some content… Now I can look at my “Article Tree” and see which keywords I still need in my content. If the word is colored “black,” that means I didn’t use it in my content yet. So let’s add the word “plan” to my article.
Ok. I want to make sure I include all of this top one here–because it has a lot of searches per month. Green keywords mean that the entire phrase was found in the content. See? Now the phrase is green. If I press the highlighter icon, then, the keyword’s location in the content will highlight. Later, I should probably look around and find some more keywords for this article. But, this is just a demo.
So, let’s repeat our Keyword Researcher steps, and create four more Content Articles for our website. OK. You can see my website’s content strategy is starting to take shape. We’ve got five SEO-optimized articles—about topics that reflect what people are actually searching for on the internet. Now… let’s say our website is ready to “Go Live.” I can export my content to a WordPress XML file. And then I can import it directly into my WordPress website. And that’s it! My content is online..