Hello Everyone. Welcome to Digital Patel. In this article, I will share the Long Tail Pro Review.
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So, let’s hop on.
Have a look at the main interface of Long Tail Pro. This tool launched in 2011. As of now, over 100,000 SEOs are using it since it started.
We will see some of the keyword Research done by me and dig into some examples and then show you how to do the research yourself for any keyword that you choose.
So, let’s have a lookat the keywords I have already examined. Now when you want to search for a keyword, you click on Find Keywords, add some Seed Keywords.
You can choose to pre-filter the keywords with minimum search volumes and the Advertiser Competition for example and pull back additional data like Global Search Volume Domain Availability so you can Check Match Domain available as .com, .net, .org, co.uk, and various global extension or you can choose to pull back Google Title Competition and Bing Title Competition.
So, for all the keywords I’m about to show you down the left-hand side, I have entered these as Seed Keyword within this project and then hit the Generate Keywords in Fetch Data Button.
So, I am going to show you this project that I have set up with lots of different keywords. It’s down the left-hand side in Image, and I have looked at all these keywords to decide, which blog post am I going to write next because by targeting my content strategy with keywords research, increases the chances of ranking higher and pulling more traffic from Google.
And I’m just going to show you a little bit about that here. If I decide to write an article about “link building book” and I wasn’t entirely sure of which article to write. I could come in here. Find Keywords on “link building,” and you can see a complete list of keywords related to link building, and this is where I would start to get ideas.
Now, as you look for your Keyword List, don’t forget you can sort by searches and global searches. But more importantly, you can click on the calculate the Average Keyword Competitiveness. There is a sliding scale from 0 to 100. I typically target anything around 45 and below, and there is a formula that Long Tail Pro guys use to calculate that competitiveness.
If you click on the keyword, it will expand out and show you the top 10 results for that keyword in Google with some other information like Page Authority, the number of links to the Page, how many of those links are passing the Juice to primary Authority Most Rank, Page Rank inside Page.
I sort this with Keyword Competitiveness and come up with the keyword called “backlink generator,” which has competitiveness of 29 and 3,600 searches a month. So, the “backlink generator” keyword has more potential in it, and I will go and do some further research on that.
But on its own, you can see if I write an article about backlink generators and Link probably with some affiliate links to various programs and applications that do help to generate backlinks that could be a very profitable keyword for me to target in my next post. So, my next link building article will be about backlink generators. And that’s how you do the Keywords Research.
Let’s take a look at how to do your keyword research from scratch. So just before we jump into our keyword research, I want to explain the keyword competitiveness number to you in a little bit more detail.
Now basically that means it’s a calculation of;
Page Authority +/- Page Title Factor +/- Keywords in Domain Factor +/- Doman Length.
And the Page Authority Number is made up of several factors including Domain Authority, Page Authority, Page Links, Juice Link, Social Signals and more.
Now if you are new to SEO or keyword research, you probably didn’t have a clue about anything I’ve just said. So, this Article will explain each of those factors to you in more detail.
But if you don’t care about that and don’t want to know all the nerdy technical information and you want to know should I target this keyword or not, then you can use this little table to get a good indication.
Now my recommendation is you never target anything above 40 unless it’s desirable if you might push to 45. If you want to get the best results possible for as little work as possible, you want to be cherry-picking those keywords of 40 or less.
THE LOWER THE NUMBER THE BETTER IT IS FOR YOU TO RANK.
So, you get the general idea on Long Tail Pro of how you can find keywords no matter what the niche. And efficiently work through those to come up with a winning keyword strategy allowing you to see all of the lowest competition keywords with the highest search volumes to make sure you’ll get in the best that you can, out of the time you invest into your site.
So for example, let’s take a look at “How to advertise on Facebook?”, this will go out and find all of the details just that specific keyword’s Search volumes and also pull back all of the data for the current top 10 results and as you can see that the pulling data in there it will then fill up the keyword competitiveness and bring back the average keyword competitiveness.
So, that gives you a rapid and easy way to get an overview of any keyword that springs to mind.
So that brings us to the end of the Long Tail Pro Review.
– Long Tail Pro makes it easy to find Low Competition & High Traffic Keywords.
–It’s effortless to use, and anyone can master it in less than 30 minutes.
–You can quickly analyze keyword Competition & current Top 10 Search results.
–There is no need for expensive proxies to use the software.
–It comes with a 30 Days Money Back Guarantee.
You’ve got nothing to lose by trying it. So that wraps up the review.
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