Keyword.How you know it is a right one?

Last Update: July 16, 2016

Hi everyone,

I'm so confusing about keyword, Kyle said that if you have gotten a good keyword you would rank very quickly... But how do you know it is a good keyword..... even though I have use Keyword Tool....I'm still sort of lost.

For example.... my website is about cooking recipes......and so how could I find a good keywords for it?

Could anyone please give me some advises and how?

Thanks you all.

Diem

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KatieMac Premium
Also look for related keywords or phrases, I usually look for the word or phrases and build around it, took me a bit to time to understand how it all works
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Loes Premium
Some great longtail keywords are
low fat chicken recipes weight loss
260 - 45 Result=2 - 8.6 - 7.05 Dig
quick easy dinner recipes family
697 - 119 Result=11 - 9 - 7 .05 Dig

I usually start out with 2 keywords
Chicken recipes
then hit the dig
see what comes up
then I look for the highest searches
and check the competition < 30!
They teach you under <300, but you really can find less competitive ones

Hope this will help you further with your search
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DiemN Premium
Thanks Loes, I'm usually made the recipes and then find the keyword, I just wonder do I had done the right thing? Or I have to find the keyword first then make the recipe? Do you have any ideas/suggestion?
Thanks a lot for your time.
Diem
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Loes Premium
Either way, you need to make the recipes, because a picture has to go along with it, for every recipe you can find great keywords
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DiemN Premium
Thanks Lots.
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Takatomo Premium
I think finding a keyword first and cooking something according to that is also a great idea. If you have time, just play around with the keyword tool and you might find something.
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Dreamer56 Premium
Diem This might help you out. How are things going?
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DiemN Premium
Thanks Tim, very nice to see you again. I'm just got a part job and I and I to bring home and work to catch up (since I too slow...) therefore very busy. Also I'm thinking of sale products on ebay through drop-shipping while waiting for my website to build up. But... I'm very new and have no ideas how to start...so I think I would need a lot of help from our community. Do you have any any suggestions? I would be very appreciated.
Diem
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DiemN Premium
Thanks Tim, I'll read these. Oh by the way... Congratulation Tim for become an Ambassador.
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Takatomo Premium
Hi Diem,

You want to make a long tail keyword.

Example

How to make OOOO
Easy way to make OOOO
How to make delicious dinner using leftover foods
How to make (name of dish, food) under 10 minutes
How to make (name of dish, food) under 10 minutes using only (ingredients name, etc.)
3 Vietnamese Dishes you can make under 30 minutes
5 quick ways to make delicious breakfast for busy people
etc.


I don't know if the last one makes sense, but you get the idea.

"how to make" is a very basic form. You want to add 2, 3 or even 4 elements to it, so it gets more specific.

You need to be more specific though. What are you making?
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Time4Wealth Premium
Takatomo, Awesome advice to Diem! Thank you for setting her on track! Yay! Good luck to you, Diem!!!
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Takatomo Premium
Thank you. Let's wait for her.
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DiemN Premium
Thanks Takatomo and sorry for late reply since I went for church and back with busy house work.....
To make me clear out... like one of my post keyword called, 'Fried duck with spices'...is not good enough? Do I always have to say How....?
Thanks very much for your time.
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DiemN Premium
Thanks Time4Wealth.
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Takatomo Premium
Hi Diem,

No, you don't have to say "how to" things like that. I was just trying to show you examples.

I used Keyword Tool here on WA and searched "Fried duck with spices." But only 32 searches. You should look at other options there and pick something you like.

Robert had a nice tutorial that I think will help you.
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DiemN Premium
Thanks Takatomo, I will read that tutorial. Thanks a lot for your help.
Diem
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