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Keyword Research for Bloggers

CopyBlogger has a fantastic five part tutorial on keyword research for bloggers. Really valuable stuff from Brian as usual.

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Comments

  1. Thanks for the link i will be reading these shortly. Researching keywords is something i take very seriously.

  2. Keyword research is a real art and something that takes close study.

    Thanks for offering us some more resources for learning about keywords. Much appreciated.

  3. Keyword research is very important for some blogs, its search engine traffic that brings in google adsense revenues

  4. Hi Darren,

    Thanks for the link, that is something that I wanted to expand my expertise on, and was looking for a one-stop-shop guide.

    I hope that this one will come through as a valuable one. Looks good, though, at a glance.

    Cheers,
    Alex.

  5. shy guy says:

    Just a link?? hohohoho…
    It is worthy for me to comment??

  6. Great link. I have never really looked into the content over at copyblogger. But it is fantastic. Definitely will be subscribing!

  7. ProTycoon says:

    Great Link Darren.

    Never really used CopyBlogger before!

  8. CanCar says:

    Keyword research is very important but not only for the blogs, also it is, so that the content of the pages are more attractive as much for the users as for the robots. And to obtain all we wished: that our pages are positioned in first place for the search engines.

  9. When I first started my blog I thought that getting found on Google would take forever and was not on my radar until last week. I noticed that my blog has been found by certain search terms that I was not trying to be found by. Now I realize the power of keywords. For example, I recently blogged about a snowstorm in my area. I have been found on Google with keywords relating to a snowstorm in our region. Until I noticed this in my stats, I wasn’t even looking at keywords, but now I think I should be.

  10. Thanks for the link on keyword research.

    One of the places I go to do keyword research is WordTracker and they have combined their keyword info with Google Trends. It’s very slick:
    http://freekeywords.wordtracker.com/gtrends/?seed=baby&adult_filter=remove_offensive&suggest=Hit+Me

  11. Thanks for this useful post…I agree that keyword research is one of the most valuable thing to consider in driving a traffic to your blog.

  12. Strange fact – when I include the most obvious keywords in my posts, I get less hits than when I just write my posts naturally.

    Thanks for the link, maybe I’m doing something wrong.

  13. kashif says:

    Researching for the right keyword is very important factor when you rely on organic traffic.

  14. Alen says:

    Thank you for this post…Really its helpful for us..

  15. chris says:

    Thanks for taking the time to write this comprehensive article. I think you hit the nail on the lid when you said keyword research is MARKET research. That fact is often overlooked.