In episode #1389, we talk about seven keyword research secrets that will help your content rank faster. From finding out what’s working for your competitors to getting your URL crawled more quickly and using helpful terms to increase click flow, we discuss all the tools you’ll need to get more people not just visiting your pages but clicking through them too!
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[00:25] Today’s topic: Seven Keyword Research Secrets that will Help Your Content Rank Faster.
[00:31] Using the skyscraper technique to mimic high ranking competitor keywords.
[01:06] How to learn about keyword difficulty and SERPs.
[01:55] Boost your rankings by using the FAQ page schema technique.
[02:29] Getting high ranking keyword permutations using AnswerThePublic
[02:43] Have your URL crawled more quickly by sending it into Google Search Console.
[03:26] Getting up and coming trending keywords using a keyword explorer.
[03:50] Adding in helpful terms other than high ranking keywords to increase clickthrough.
[05:00] Bonus tips for words to add into titles to increase click flow.
[06:08] That is it for today!
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