I want to write several posts. First one will be laying the foundation as it relates to training. Not only the keywords I checked and their variations could have anything to do with the topic/ Also the only ones I would even think of using have terrible QSR ratings. Like: Laying the foundation and how to lay the foundation of success.

I want to compare all of the posts to building a house/ ie, building the framework. laying the bricks and so on. Nobody is likely to \be seacjhing those keywords as it pertains to ,making money on the internet.

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RDulloo Premium
It's not a bad idea but maybe your title/keyword needs to be a little more specific to what your audience would be searching for? You could always use a different keyword that matches the article but can also use the analogy of building a house as an explanation.

Maybe you could talk about online business in general, with a keyword that would be something like "how to build a successful online business" or "steps to building a successful online business" that could make use of that analogy.

Just throwing things out there in terms of the keyword because you mentioned that QSR was not good.
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zydegeaux Premium
I could but I want to make it a series. The first one will be about WA a getting a foundation of knowledge. Some I have already posted a good WA review I want the first one to be relatively short with a link to the review.

The others will promote other things like list building and autoresponders. I haven't searched for keywords for those yet but I expect about the same results
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RDulloo Premium
Makes sense! At the end of the day, you can do whatever you like and it does not always have to rank in Google and the other search engines for you to be able to utilize it.

You can always do your reviews and write other articles on your website that have a good QSR, and then somewhere in the article link to this series. That's still would work... :)
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HealthyGreen Premium
I never thought of that approach, it's worth exploring.
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zydegeaux Premium
I just thought of it. I better have that trademarked before everybody does it. :-)
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