If you want to make your website big in the digital world, one of the things that you must master is the skill of finding profitable keywords to use for your website. Now why must you do this? What is the purpose of finding keywords? And how will you do it properly? How will you know that the keywords you have chosen are profitable? I know you have a lot of questions running through your mind as of the moment and we will answer them one by one.

 

 

Finding Profitiable Keywords For Your Website

 

 

 

To make you understand the whole thing, first I’m going to give you a quick background on why you should waste your energy looking for the perfect keywords to use. Have you ever heard of SEO? S,E, and O stand for Search Engine Optimization. I’m going to trust that you know what a search engine is (*cough* Google *cough*). You know how there are websites that appear on the first page of the search engine results? Do you think they are there at the first page just randomly? The answer is NO. Search Engines compete with one another and the more accurate the results they are giving to people who are using them, the better as this will cause more people to use their search engine instead of another one. Personally, Google works the best for me. Now there are a lot of SEO experts popping up like mushrooms but do you need a four year course to learn SEO? No, you don’t. In my own definition, SEO is the process of making sure that the search engine (no matter what the individual is using) will reap positive results for your website. Result? Exposure.

 

The more your website is out there, the more traffic you can get, and the more traffic that comes to your website the higher your chances for profit will be.

 

 


 

4 Types Of Website Traffic

  • SOCIAL TRAFFIC – Can you guess where this comes from? Yes, it is from Social Media. I believe that most traffic on websites nowadays come from social medias but I could be wrong. There are a lot of sharing happening online and it’s easier to share things with people now. You can share it on your timeline or newsfeed or pin it or retweet it. Basically this means that people who visited your website found it with the help of social media.
  • ORGANIC TRAFFIC – If you are interested in SEO, you will need to pay attention to this one since this type of traffic refers to the people who found your website through an online search (hint: using keywords). The more effort you put into making sure organic traffic keeps on coming (tip: using SEO), the more return or profit you will be seeing. A side secret to this would be to make sure that search engines have a complete access to your website and that the content you are posting are high quality. You would want your website to have that sense of authority in the niche that your have chosen.
  • REFERRAL TRAFFIC – This type of traffic comes from links that are all over the web that leads back to your website. Think advertisements.
  • DIRECT TRAFFIC – Direct traffic is direct. This comes from the people who enter your website’s URL directly on their browser in order to visit. These people already know about you and have most likely memorized your URL. However, this traffic is a little hard to scale so it is not as effective compared to the first three in the long run.

 

Now let’s jump back on how you will be search for keywords to use. You don’t just use any word that you think is good. There is actually a process to it.

 

Keywords are important in SEO. Note that they have to be related to your business or niche. The first step would be for you to identify what are the words or topic relevant to you. It’s not that hard but you will need to make a list. What would you like to talk about in your website? Now if you are done, you will now write keywords that you think are important for search engines. For example, you are an online shop that sells leather bags so keywords related to that would revolve around it like “Leather Bags For Less”, “Leather Bags Women”, “Old Leather Bags”, and “How To Fix Leather Bags”. There would be more if you can think more.

 

Also check out search related to your topic at the bottom of the results page. You should take those in consideration too. Narrow down your words and make sure that you choose hard keywords and long tailed ones too.

 

Lastly, you may turn to Google’s Adword’s Keyword Planner if you believe that you have already found the right mix. Please note that you may need to sign up for Google AdWords to be able to use this.

 

 

And that’s it! Based one the results of your research, you will now incorporate these keywords into your posts or blog so that they will acquire more hits. Remember with more hits comes more profits. Of course, not everyone has the time and energy to do this, so no worries because you can always hire someone to do this for you but you may need to prepare a budget for that. I heard SEO experts can be quite expensive. If you want to save a few bucks, you should definitely consider learning yourself. There are online classes that might make things easier for you.

 

 

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2 Replies to “Finding Profitiable Keywords For Your Website”

  1. Great page Kendrick! Very informative. Yes, keywords are so important especially for having a successful website and directing traffic. I’m really still getting the hang of using keywords. What are your thoughts on using Jaaxy? I use Jaaxy but I’m not an expert at it yet. It’s pretty much a full-time job just getting the right keywords, isn’t it?

    1. Thanks Joanne, Keywords are most important when it comes to marketing online. It is what people are typing in the search engines to find information. I think Jaaxy is a tool. I have used it in the past and it is awesome. Getting the right keywords can be a job lol but you will reap the rewards. Thanks for the feedback.

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