“Our friend, Mr. SEO Keyword Phrase, was a great man. Well, not really a man, but a nebulous term used to describe the words people typed into tiny search bars to find what they needed. Somewhere around September 23rd, 2013, our dear friend, Mr. Keyword, was tragically killed in a hit-and-run accident by the mighty [...]
With the recent news of Google encrypting all searches, the search industry is in an uproar. Google has announced that its encrypting all searches; this means the search engine will no longer provide keyword specific organic search data.
If you’re interested in how to get traffic to your blog, you might think social media is the best way to drive viewers to your site. But there are alternatives—you can gain blog traffic through Ye Olde Fashioned keyword association. The trick is finding the specific longtail keywords your audience is interested in.
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We saw the posts on Intelligent Positioning and Search Engine Watch earlier this month and did the exact same study but with a larger (2955 SERPs), more diverse (1-9 words in length) set of keywords. We used keywords serviced for real clients, which provide a sample representative of more competitive, valuable, and realistic SERPs.