How to Find the Right Keyword for your Website

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The last couple of weeks I have been getting lots of questions about keywords  from alot of  newer bloggers. So hopefully this post titled “How to find the right keyword for your website.” will point you in the right direction.

One of the most important things when it comes to creating a website is how to find the best keywords for your website.

What is a website keyword?

Keywords are phrases that people use everyday when they look for certain information on the internet  or what a prospective customer is thinking when they look for your product or services.

Read some of the best  SEO and  keyword related post  at  Search engine Journal.

Why are keywords important in research ?

Google understands phrases that people use when they are searching for something. In 75% of cases specific searches with more than three words were used. The more specific and longer the Keyword the stronger it will be.

Keywords have to be meaningful, spelled correctly  and they also have to be grammatically correct. Use great keywords and you will get more search engine traffic.

The right keywords will drive targeted web traffic to your site for FREE. If done correctly the right keywords can skyrocket you to huge success online.

Read this  interesting post How to start a Profitable blog in 7 steps today

How to search for keywords for a website?

Finding keywords is essential. My method is a combination of “Alphabet soup” and   Jaaxy keyword tool. When conducting keyword research incorporate queries that are more relevant to voice search.

Voice search will definitely continue to become more important with Google Answers and the mobile-friendly index.

Read my first post to go viral   6 things I wish I knew Before I started blogging

What is a keyword research tool?

The best research tool is  Jaaxy. When I use the Alphabet soup , I find the most interesting phrases Google suggest. Then put those phrases in tools and get information on the number of searches and other competing websites

I then decide what words I should use in my post.

Well just a short Sunday morning share with you guys more so for the newer bloggers. Leave  me some comments and tell me what you think.

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8 thoughts on “How to Find the Right Keyword for your Website

  1. Hello Janice thanks for adding your valuable feedback always appreciated. And glad I could give you a heads up about Jaaxy. Again thanks and have a awesome day.


  2. Hello and thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving some feedback. Yes I am in agreement with you Michel it’s best to do keyword research every post. I am glad you got value from this post thanks for sharing and adding value here.

  3. Great post for beginners and seasoned marketers alike. I also use Jaaxy to do my keyword research, and it makes it painless and quick to find good keywords to write about.

    In fact, I firmly believe in never writing a blog post unless you have done keyword research. It is so much better to have people visit your website organically rather than having to pay a fortune for advertising.

  4. Hello Nate

    Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment . Yes,without the right keywords traffic can be an uphill battle .I also love long tailed keywords ,nothing like that low hanging fruit. Again thanks for adding value here.

  5. Keywords are a great way to get visitors into your website through content. Finding the right keyword can be very difficult if you don’t have the right tools to do so. I plan on getting jaaxy today, every time I read a review on it, I get more and more excited. What are you thoughts on long tailed keywords?

  6. Hey JT thanks for stopping by again and leaving your feedback. I’m glad you liked all the info. And JT sometimes I will do the alphabet but usually I will go to my go to tool Jaaxy research tool. Of course do what works for you, again thanks for your input and have a super evening.


  7. Hey Darrell, this is some good information. I’ve been searching out keywords myself recently, so I’m glad I was able to catch this when I did. I’m planning on reading your 6 things I wish I knew post as well, just to get some more insight into other people’s experiences. I have one question, does the alphabet soup really work well enough to warrant the extra time searching those keywords, as opposed to just searching using a keyword tool and going off the ratings of those keywords?


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