How I Ranked For 636,363 Keywords Using This Simple Hack

When I started doing SEO on NeilPatel.com I used this advanced formula to rank for 477,000 keywords. Over time, my traffic started to flatline and I wasn’t ranking for many more keywords, even though I was continually creating more content. But then I figured out a simple hack that took me from 477,000 keywords to 636,363 keywords as you can see in the image above. So, what was this hack? Well, it’s so effective that I just updated Ubersuggest so that includes the hack. So how did I do it? When someone does a Google search, what are they typically doing? They are trying to find a solution to their problem, right? So how can you easily identify these problems people are searching for? Typically, you want to look for 3 types of keyword phrases: Questions – people type in questions because they are looking for answers. And if your product or service helps answer those questions, you’ll see a boost in conversions. Comparisons – when someone is searching for comparison keywords such as “MailChimp[…]

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Every Question You’ve Ever Had About Keywords, Answered

For a long time, digital marketers organized their entire content calendar around specific keywords. They’d work with their teams to brainstorm core keywords relevant to their products or services, as well as all the variations of that keyword most likely to bring them high-converting traffic. And, ultimately, it worked. Users from around the world could enter specific search terms into a search engine and, if their intent matched your keywords, they’d land on your site. Unfortunately, as time went on, publications began stuffing irrelevant, poorly-written content with specific keywords just to get more traffic. Search engines weren’t helping users find the information they needed anymore, because searches weren’t going to relevant information — they were just going to a keyword-stuffed filler page. Eventually, search engines realized they had to adapt to account for bad content. As search engines, largely led by Google and its constantly-changing search algorithm, became more advanced, the power of keywords waned in favor of a more contextual-based approach to content. Nowadays, it’s not uncommon to see a plethora of articles with[…]

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How to Find the Right Keywords to Rank #1 on Google For

Do you want more traffic? Well, who doesn’t? The reason you want more traffic is that you think more traffic equals more revenue. But here is what you’ll learn the hard way… as your traffic goes up, your revenue won’t increase at the same pace. And in many cases, as your traffic goes up, your revenue won’t increase one bit. In other words, if you get the wrong kind of traffic, you’ll find yourself spinning your wheels and becoming frustrated. It happens to all of us. So let me show you what I’ve learned the hard way. So how good is my search traffic? Take a look at the screenshot below. That’s a laundry list of keywords that drive me the most traffic. But there is an issue with a lot of those keywords. They drive traffic but not revenue. Keywords like affiliate marketing, SEO analyzer, SEO checker, and statistical significance calculator are all terms that won’t drive me any revenue. I don’t offer affiliate marketing services and anyone searching for terms like “SEO analyzer”[…]

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