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Finding Niche Ideas

So you are all set to dive head first into keyword research and start sifting through the best low competition keywords/phrases but you realize… “Wait, I don’t have any ideas for a niche!” Unfortunately this is very common. Even the best brainstormers have days where they come up short on ideas. The usual advice people will[…]

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Understanding Google RankBrain

Many SEO’s are still not aware that Google has added a big change to their algorithm called RankBrain. Recently Google came out and admitted that the top 3 factors running their algorithm are: Content Links RankBrain Now for years we’ve known that good quality content and links were the key to getting better rankings. Now[…]

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Gaining An Edge With LSI Keywords

When working within Keysearch and using the deep analysis feature you may have noticed the section that shows LSI Words for your chosen keyword. Now what are these LSI words you might ask? LSI stands for latent semantic indexing. Without getting too technical, all you really need to know about LSI keywords is that they[…]

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New Youtube Research – Difficulty Checker & Competition Analysis

We’re excited to announce a new feature to Keysearch. Its our new Youtube Research section which features Youtube keyword research, difficulty scores and competition analysis. The section is similar to our regular keyword research section but focuses on ranking on Youtube. Youtube can be a huge driving force for traffic and many SEO’s, internet marketers and businesses[…]

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Uncovering Hidden Google Suggest Keywords

One of the coolest and least used features of Keysearch is the ability to use an underscore as a wildcard for Google Suggest searches. What this means is wherever you place an underscore Google Suggest will automatically fill in the underscore with relevant keyword phrases that you would most likely not have found otherwise. I[…]