How to Use Google Keyword Tool to Find Relevant Keywords

How to Use Google Keyword Tool to Find Relevant Keywords

Want to see how you can use the Google Keyword Tool to find relevant keywords?

How to Use Google Keyword Tool to Find Relevant Keywords

Google controls roughly 70% of all search results online, so it is important to make sure that you have relevant keywords so that you will get better page rankings on Google.

Keywords show up in numerous places such as; blogs, websites, content you submit online, etc. Making sure that you have appropriate keywords in your title, description and the actual keywords themselves.

In this video on the Google Keyword Tool, you will see:

  • How to find local keywords specific to your country
  • How to find keywords and how much they are searched on globally
  • How to filter for keywords based on certain parameters, such as language, country, delivery mechanism, etc.

Here is a way to use the Google Keyword Tool to find other keywords that Google would think are relevant to your topic.

 

I hope this helps. Please feel free to leave a comment or email me. You can subscribe to my blog either via email or Subscribe in a reader. If you would like to suggest a topic or write a guest post, please let me know. Thank you for reading this post.

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  2. Chris, just posted this on my Facebook and Twitter locations. This might be one of the clearer and easy to understand explanations on how to pick keywords.

    I have read and listened to MANY other articles on key word selecting, and few have been this easy to grasp.

    Scott

    P.S. — Think this might your best video yet, thinking it was more than 1 take on this one! :)

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  23. Thanks Chris.

    I am trying to figure out what are the best keywords to us for my small business IT support business at http://specialized-computers.com and this is very helpful.

    This stuff is more of an art than a science!

    Chris

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