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What’s Holding Your Blog Back?

What could possibly be holding your blog or landing page marketing? You thought you had ticked all the boxes – because you researched on Google Adwords Keyword Tool, and you found as many LSI keywords as possible. You used Ezine articles, and you are still getting slow moving traffic. It’s almost like a traffic jam on some days. You are not missing any SEO details – you have made sure your articles are very optimized, and you have made sure you are pre-selling people before they hit the landing page. The landing page or blog post itself links to a ...

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Modify, Then Modify Some More

Keywords are a killer to find if you are in a very narrow niche. They can sometimes lead to a dead end, and push you in the direction of another niche, and this becomes a frustrating, cyclic problem that will not feel good, and it won’t be enjoyable. If this happens on a regular basis, then you will most likely not just be looking for a new niche, but a different business. The truth of the matter is, it can be very simple to actually find a better keyword than the main niche search term, if you have the right ...

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Down with Niche Keyword Brainstorming!

Do you hate brainstorming? It is a genuinely horrible feeling when you are sat staring at the PC screen, with relative calm, trying to think of the next niche to attack. I’ve covered some great niche finding methods on the blog in the past, and this one is just about the best brainstorming method you can use when you’re in a hurry. Google, along with a few other search engines and shopping sites have a suggest feature. These features allow us to have keywords presented to us that may or may not be relevant. Some of the best irrelevant Google ...

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Google Insights – Tapping into the Good Stuff

Google Insights is a very underused tool indeed. It is very rare that you will see it mentioned on major internet marketing forums, and yet it provides a wealth of information. To get the best from it, you need to be signed into your Google account, and thats pretty much the only stipulation preventing you from using it to full effect. There are a few tricks you can use to leverage Google Insights, and with the information you gather, you can start putting content on your sight that is going to get you dedicated readership. Your first step is to ...

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