My favourite (free) keyword research tools [#134]
(Free) keyword research tools
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Today’s question is:
“What are my favourite free keyword research tools?”
Let’s take a look at how I approach finding topics to talk about on videos, or to blog about on my blog.
Well, first of all, I encourage you to start with a real simple approach, which is just address questions that you’re asked all the time, whether by prospects, or clients, or if you’re really not sure what to talk about, go to websites like AnswerThePublic.com or Quora.com.
Once you’ve got the high-level topic of what you want to talk about, then I like to use free keyword research tools, and there’s four that I use.
My 4 favourite keyword research tools
When you type in a keyword phrase or a question into Google, it’s going to give you, down the right-hand side, a whole bunch of other related keywords and questions that people ask, so that you can weave these bullet points into your blog post, either as sub-headers, or into your videos as sub-points that you address when you’re answering the high-level question.
To recap, start with a high-level question that you want to address, and then get some ideas for ways to flesh out your answer using the keyword tools that I’ve mentioned above:
My name is Adam Franklin. Hope that helps.
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