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How do you search for Keywords on Google?

What is Keyword Researching?

In today's video our Topic is 'Keywords research'. It is an interesting topic because 'keyword' is the first thing which we look for while starting our journey in SEO. The way we search on Google Chrome browser and type something in Google search bar for any particular topic or incident, we call it as 'Keyword'.

Any search which has been made on 'Google' is known as Keyword. And when we are just typing our keyword, Google will show us some related searches in it's search bar's drop down. This is called Google Intellisence.

Following are the types of keywords which exist in SEO :
- Short tail keyword (eg. swiggy, nike shoes, iphone)
- Long tail keyword (eg. adidas red shoes online)
- Short term new keywords (eg. Infinity War)
- Long term evergreen keywords (eg. How to make Youtube Channel)
- Product keywords (eg. iPhone 12 pro max)
- Geo targeting keywords (eg. best cafes near Andheri)
- LSI keywords (eg. accomodation in Mumbai)

- Whenever we are searching anything on Internet we have an Intention behind it ie. to research, to read, to watch, to compare & etc...
- There are 4 very Important aspects in any Search Funnel ie. Awareness, Interest, Decision, & Action.
- Search Funnel basically means Get aware, Understand in deep, Research and compare, & atlast Buying.

Following are some of the basic keywords tools used and are free of cost :
- Google Search
- Google Keyword Planner
- Ubersuggest
- Google Trend

Now let us see that how we can do Keyword Research using different tools :
- Suppose we are a Health Instructor & help people in loosing their weight. So we will go to Google and search 'how to reduce weight'. As soon as we type this Google Intellisence will give us other related keywords that people are searching. They'll be like 'how to reduce weight in 15 days', 'how to reduce weight without exercise', 'how to reduce weight at home', 'how to reduce weight in 30 days', 'how to reduce weight after C section' & etc...
- We'll also see the LSI keywords which are related searches of our searched Google keyword.
- Now we will go to Google planner & search for 'how to reduce weight in one month' with country set as India. We'll get the search volume for this keyword around 1K-10K monthly searches. Also their we will see the CPC cost & other related keyword ideas based in the entered keyword.
- Now we will go to Ubersuggest tool & search for 'how to reduce weight in one month' with country set as India. We'll get the search volume for this keyword around 3K-4K monthly searches. Ubersuggest compiles data from different keyword research tools like Semrush, Google planner, & etc... Ubersuggest also shows related keywords, which are the keywords that are people searching for around our entered keyword. We'll also be shown the CPC & Paid difficulty for our keyword in this tool.
- Now we will go to Google Trends tool & again search for 'how to reduce weight in one month' with country set as India. We'll get the trend report of the keyword ie. interest of the people in this keyboard based on their searches. We can check the trend with different time sections ie. in past 30 days, 90 days, 6 month, 2 years, 5 years etc... We can also compare another keyword with the entered keyword to check the the competiton between them and how they both are trending.

So like this, by checking a particular keyword's search volume, or difficulty on different keyword research tools and analysing what to focus on and what not to, we'll come up with a appropriate list of keywords which we can include in our article and it can successfully rank it.

Hence, we have learnt that why Keyword Researching is the backbone of SEO and what are the different mostly used Keyword research tools around the globe.

FAQs

Searching for keywords on a website is a crucial step in copywriting. You should start by looking at the company's title or slogan and then narrow your search to the products and services they offer. This will help you find relevant words that you can use in your content. You can also use a keyword research tool to find out what terms people are using when they search for companies like yours. This will help you know what keywords to include in your content so that it appears on the first page of Google.

Google is the most popular search engine in the world. It offers a keyword tool that is free to use. The Google Keyword Tool lets you see how many people are searching for certain keywords each month, helping determine if these are good keywords for your content. The Google Keyword Tool works by analyzing a set of search terms and listing out related terms that have high search volume or high cost per click, which means they are more likely to be profitable for advertisers. There are many keyword tools available on the market today, but Google’s is one of the best because it’s completely free and it covers all areas of online marketing which includes areas like paid search (Adwords) and organic (SEO).

Sometimes, finding the right keywords for your content can seem like an impossible task. If you are having trouble finding keywords to use in your articles, blog posts, or SEO strategy then you should take a look at Google Adwords. This is a free tool that allows you to search for keywords based on popularity and competition. You can also use SEMrush which is another great tool that allows you to search for keywords based on different factors such as cost per click or total searches per month. It also offers an SEO audit so that you can find out what other people are talking about in regards to your website or business.

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