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Long tail keywords are must need to rank a website/blog or a particular post/article. Also you can’t rank them simply, you need to produce quality content for that keyword and build some relevant and authoritative backlinks to your post. In this post, I would like to show you how to find the long tail keywords for SEO.
How to find long tail keywords for your blog: Finding long tail keywords is not a difficult process. You can find long tail keywords using different ways. You can use a keyword research tool and Google search to find long tail keywords for your blog.
How to find long tail keywords using keyword research tool: Many tools are available to find long tail keywords. Some of theme are free and some are paid tools. One of the best and free tools is “Google keyword planner”. Using this tool you can find a profitable keyword. Google Adwords providing this tool for the advertisers. Anyone can use this tool.
To use this tool, you need to sign in to AdWords using your Gmail account. Click on Search for new keyword and ad group ideas and type a search query. It will display long tail keywords along with the monthly search volume, the competition and the average CPC of the keyword. Choose low or medium competition keywords to rank them easily.
Like Google keyword planner, paid keyword research tools are also available like “Market Samurai” and “Long Tail Pro”. Using these type of paid tools you can also do competitor analysis along with keyword research.
How to find long tail keywords using Google search: This is also one of the easiest methods. If you have generic keywords in your mind then you can find the long tails keywords using Google search. Enter a keyword in the Google search box, then it will show the long tails keywords.
Enter a keyword “Get Traffic” in Google box and narrow down the search query to find long tails keywords. Narrow down the search query like “get traffic on the website” or “get traffic to your blog” or “get traffic to your website” then it would be easier to rank.
Also, scroll down to the search results page to find the keywords related to your search query just below Searches related to your query section.