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Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Create a Calendar on Keywords

For long-term keyword analyses, I gather monthly data from Google, Overture, and Wordtracker. Additionally, I review related search results on Yahoo,
Business.com, and Teoma. By researching all these resources, instead of just one, I can determine which specific keyword phrases are the most
popular on all these Web search engines and look for a common denominator. I can also see subtle differences among the engines. Some searches
are more popular on one engine than another.

For many sites, creating a keyword phrase calendar is a good strategy. The construction industry tends to be more active in warmer months than
colder ones. The cold and flu season is coming up in the U.S., which has implications for pharmaceutical and health-related Web sites.

By creating a calendar based on keyword research over years, site owners know what pages to create for timely "natural" search engine optimization
(SEO) campaigns and what ads to create for pay-per-click (PPC) campaigns.

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2 Comments:

  • At 7:54 AM, Blogger Gleb said…

    I recommend you use seodigger.com for keyword tracking, just trace your best competitors keywords and positions in SERP, they've done all the work allready :-).
    And try SeoQuake, seo toolbar. It can analyze anything you may need including keyword density on a page. https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/3036/ - for Firefox.

     
  • At 6:01 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Hey, those tips are welcome! I found finally something that works for me. Thank you.
    I use to go to this site to use some special free tools they have there: http://galeon.com/freebies/geogeo044.htm For advanced webmaster and amateurs too.

    Keep this blog up please sending more articles like this you gaves us.
    Thank you again!

     

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