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Keyword research is the most critical stage in the SEO process, so here are 3 “low-tech” / free keyword research solutions that you can use to find lucrative alternative keywords and modifiers that exist under the radar of of most typical keyword research tools.

1) The Wildcard Search

2) Related Search Stemmed Keyword Clusters

3) The Wonder Wheel

From here you can (a) create topically aligned blog posts or articles on each topic (b) integrate them into older landing pages to use as contextual links or (c) build them into future site segments of posts. As a bonus tip, you can also use anchor text suggestions based on the synergistic occurrences to vary your link profile for inbound links (for those you have control over).

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About Jeffrey_Smith

In 2006, Jeffrey Smith founded SEO Design Solutions (An SEO Provider who now develops SEO Software for WordPress).

Jeffrey has actively been involved in internet marketing since 1995 and brings a wealth of collective experiences and marketing strategies to increase rankings, revenue and reach.

9 thoughts on “Keyword Research: Find Profitable Keywords using Related Search
  1. SlimJim says:

    Great post!

    I was doing some testing with the Google suggestions today.

    I learned a new trick with the Google related search, from your video.

    I wonder how the Google related search would work as “Meta-Tags + Page-Title + Anchor-Text” for a single blog page? :)

    Thanks,

  2. Thanks Slim Jim:

    You can mix up the * wildcard tactic with just about anything. I should probably do a follow up video and integrate search operators, etc…

  3. 1gb micro sd says:

    Hello,
    Thanks for sharing video on keyword research it will really helpful for me..

  4. Josh says:

    Great video. thank you for sharing on using the wonder wheel.

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