using Google and Google AdWords.
Yup, you read that right. Today, I have another SEO post for you! SEO is all the rage right now. It’s on everyone’s lips and everyone is in a battle trying to find the best ways to improve their SEO and drive more traffic to their blogs. Some of you hide when you hear those three dreadful letters (S-E-O) and I’m here to tell you that it’s totally safe for you to come out of that dark corner of yours. SEO is your friend!
Now that we are all up to date, I bet you are probably asking: “Where do I find SEO keywords for blog posts“? Well, never fear! I’m here to tell you the easiest way to find SEO keywords for your blog posts.
Google is amazing, guys! You can do ANYTHING on Google with their awesome range of tools! Google AdWords is my favourite way to find SEO keywords for my blog posts. And it is so easy to use too.
To get started, you will need a Google account (like gmail). Now, once you are in Google, simply type in Google Adwords in the search bar and go to the Google AdWords site. It should look something like this:
Clicking this will take you to a new screen where you will see all the keywords people search for in relation to your keyword (click on the keyword ideas tab). In my case, people were searching the following when they were looking for blogging information:
Using Google Adwords to find keywords for blog posts in by far my favourite way to see what people are searching for. I also use this tool to generate blog topic ideas (blog post, anyone?).
But, if you don’t have the time (or energy) to dig this deep into the workings of Google, there is an easier way (Why didn’t you start with this, Imka? It could have saved me a few minutes of my life I would never get back. Thanks). The reason I saved this for the last is because I know I cannot blog without this tool! So, what is this SEO Keyword Shortcut I am talking about?
Yup. You read that right! You don’t need to use a specific Google tool to find SEO Keywords. You can simply type in the main keyword idea for your blog post, scroll down and find 8 other search results people are searching for in relation to your topic idea. No need for an in-depth analysis, etc necessary because Google did it all for you by showing you a list of the most search terms in relation to your topic. Dankie, Google.