When you write an article you should always target only one keyword! The keyowrd can be a sentence that you type into google and the sentece where you want to show up in google will be your keyword.

How do I choose a keyword?

There are many keyword tools that help you with this problem. You can use the free Google KeywordPlanner or for example what I use... Jaaxy. It's not for free, it does cost $19/month but it is really easy too handle and has some nice functions!

Anyways, you want to look for a keyword that hasn't that much competition so it's easier to rank for but at the same time the keyword with the most traffic. In Jaaxy there is an own SEO score where traffic and competition are put together in one number.

What do I do with the Keyword?

Go to the next page, there I will tell you what to do with the keyword!



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Great job Sirio!
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Sirio Premium
Thanks, just ask if anything is unclear!
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Thanks
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Thanks for the article.
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Sirio Premium
Hope it helps! Let me know if you have any questions
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Thanks.Enjoyed the training
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Good to hear! Let me know if you have any questions.
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Mac01 Premium
Thanks for this training, Sirio! Always looking for ways to increase SEO. Liked and liked.
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Sirio Premium
No problem! i started to get a bit deeper into SEO in the last month, and Isure will create more SEO trainings in future ;)
If you have an idea for a training or a specific question, just tell me!
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Do you know a free tool for finding keywords? Is it ok if I use 2-3 keywords in the article?
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Sirio Premium
You can use the Wealthy Affiliate Keyword tool (https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/kw_research) or the Google Keyword planner (https://adwords.google.com/KeywordPlanner).

Said short, you shouldn't target more keywords in one article! Just one!

If your keyword is "best epson projectors" it's ok if you once use "top epson projectors", but your focus should always be on only one keyword!
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