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Boost Your Performance Payments With Google Keyword Tool
In this article, I am going to show you how to do some keyword research using Google Adwords free keyword search tool. We are going to use this tool to increase traffic, for what a process called "search engine optimization" or "search engine marketing." What this basically means is that you are going to drop popular search engine words and phrases into your article, to boost your traffic to that article.
Google Keyword Tool. This is a paired down, and specific method for Associated Content, although you can probably use this for your own writing as well, such as a blog. It was written specifically to increase your traffic to your Associated Content writing and drive up your Performance Payments.
If you are a dedicated Associated Content writer, then this method may be cumbersome for you, but don't underestimate it! It's also vastly important that you get the correct keywords for your article. Unlike other articles on Associated Content, they were written for people who mass produce articles, and submit them to dozens of content sites. I only submit to Associated Content.
In journalism, writers are taught to always put the most important information in the first two paragraphs, and then the rest of the article is filler. This is because most people only read those first two paragraphs, to see if the article is interesting. In the same way, be sure to put all of your keywords in your short description as well as your first paragraph, for maximum exposure.
First, get yourself a web site. If you read any of my other articles, I have touted that you should have your own WordPress web site. Use this site to generate a "Adwords keyword tool" page.
Secondly, copy your article to a Notepad document and save it as an HTML file. I call mine "writing.html."
Next, FTP this file to your web site. I put mine in the main directory.
On Google Keyword Tool page, select "Website content" and then put in the URL of the page that you just created. Since I always use the same file for this process, I always put the same URL in this spot. Now hit the "Get keyword ideas" button.
Google is going to output a bunch of search engine results for you to look at. Sort this list by "Global Monthly Search Volume." You should see what Google sees when it indexes your site. Copy the most popular phrases. You now have a good set to write with.
In my case, for this article, I had seven keywords: "search engine optimization, " "search engine, " "search engine marketing, " "google adwords, " "keyword research, " and "keyword search." I ignored "Adwords, " "Google, " and "keyword" as these words are singular words that fall in the phrases.
Are you ready? You are now going to go back and write, or rewrite, your first paragraph. Put all of the keyword phrases in there, without sounding like you are just listing out the phrases. Go back and reread my first paragraph. I've hit upon every single one of the phrases that Google Keyword Tool gave me.
The final step is to go back to your list and copy the most popular five keyword phrases. You are going to put those as your Associated Content keywords.By Mandi Kang -