1 MILLION ORGANIC VISITS! Free Keyword Research Tutorial

By | November 13, 2019


Do you want more targeted traffic to your
website, blog or eCommerce store? If so, you need to master keyword research. Hey guys, I’m Alex Tooby from alextooby.com
and welcome back to my YouTube channel. In today’s video, I’m going to teach you how
to conduct keyword research with an amazing free tool. So when it comes to keyword research, you
want to remember that you don’t want to create your content first and then find a keyword. You want to do the opposite. You want to find your keyword first and then
create content around that. When you use this strategy, you’re going to
massively increase your chances of actually ranking on the first page of Google and getting
an influx of traffic to your website. So how do we do it? Well, let’s go to the computer. So the first thing we’re going to do is use
a tool called Uber suggest. So what this site does is it allows us to
enter a topic that we’re considering writing content about, and then it’s going to give
us a list of keywords that we could potentially use. So say for example, you wanted to write a
blog post about Halloween costumes, you’d come to Ubersuggest write in halloween costumes. So I’m going to try and keep things simple
today. There’s a lot of data within Ubersuggest that
you can explore on your own time. But today we’re sticking to keyword research
and finding keyword ideas. So now that I’ve put in Halloween costumes,
the first thing you can see here is the monthly search volu me. So for this particular keyword, it’s 823,000,
which is actually quite huge. Um, and I’ll sort of get to that later in
the tutorial. But if your website is new or you’re not currently
ranking for much content, trying to rank for a keyword that has 823,000 monthly searches
is going to be extremely difficult. So, um, that actually brings me to this next
section here, which is the SEO difficulty, which is ranked at 77. So the higher the number is to 100, the more
difficult it will be to rank for this keyword. So just something to think about. Um, but the real power of Ubersuggest is lower
on the page here. So in this section Ubersuggest gives us more
keywords that are related to what we typed in. So I’m actually going to go ahead and click
this view all keywords ideas and it’s going to open up another page. So again, on this page we can see a whole
lot of different keywords. So we’ve got Halloween costumes for kids,
Halloween costume ideas, halloween costumes women. So again, when you’re looking at these keywords
you want to consider, can I write a blog post about this topic? So remember like I said earlier, it’s really
important that we choose the keyword first and then we write our content afterwards. So this is going to help you decide what your
blog post or whatever piece of content you’re making is actually going to be about. So again, we want to pay attention to the
SD column here, which is the SEO difficulty column. And like I said, the closer the number is
to 100, the more difficult it will be to rank for. So right now everything is quite high in search
volume. And the difficulty is quite high as well. So what I would suggest is scrolling down
a lot further until you see something like this. So this one with the green SEO difficulties,
obviously jumping out at me. Um, and this one is Halloween costumes last
minute. So if you think that you could write a blog
post about last minute Halloween costume ideas, then this might be a good idea. So the search volume is just under 50,000
per month. And again, like I said, the SEO difficulty
is quite achievable compared to all the other keywords with the same search volume. So what I do when I find a keyword that I’m
interested in, I actually go over to a Google spreadsheet and I’ll type the keyword in. So it was Halloween costumes last minute and
the monthly search volume was 49,500 and SEO difficulty was 27. So then I’d go back to Ubersuggest and keep
continuing that way, trying to find more potential keywords. So again, I’m going to keep scrolling until
I see more green. So this one says Halloween costumes Heidi
Klume, very specific blog post, probably not going to write one on that. However, if you did, the search volume is
high and the SEO difficulty is low. So could potentially be a blog post that you
could actually rank for and receive a big influx in traffic. So again, you’re just going to keep writing
these in as you find them. Once you’ve exhausted this list of keywords,
what you’re going to do is see all of your keywords side by side in the Excel sheet and
choose which keyword do you think that you can most likely rank for. Ideally, the best keyword is going to be the
one that has the highest search volume, but the lowest SEO difficulty. Then if we want to take things a step deeper,
we can go ahead and click on one of the keywords that we’re interested in and it’s going to
open up this extra information on the right hand side. So what we can see here is the exact URLs
that are ranking for this keyword right now. So we can see that the very first URL is by
partycity.com and you can also see how many visits they’re getting per month estimated
and how many backlinks they have, their domain score and their social shares. So you don’t need to worry about this stuff
too much. But what I do suggest doing on this page is
actually opening up some of these links by using this button right here so that you can
actually see the blog post and ask yourself if you can write better content or can you
make it more unique or can you make it more detailed. If you want to outrank other people on Google,
you’re going to have to create better content. So it’s really important that we look at what
we’re actually competing with and make a decision on whether or not we could actually outrank
them based on quality. Another thing to just briefly look at is the
DS or the domain score column. What this number represents is a domain’s
authority within Google. So as you can see, party city has a domain
score of 77, target.com has a domain score of 90 so if your domain is newer or you don’t
have that much content, your domain score is likely to be quite a bit lower, which means
if all of the websites on the front page of Google all have a domain score of like 90
plus, then it may be difficult for you to rank for. So you want to just take note of that. But again, as we can see here, number nine
actually only has a domain score of 41 and beneath it are a bunch of domains with much
higher domain scores. There’s certainly algorithms involved here. So again, something to look at but don’t get
too caught up on it. What we really want to focus on is the search
volume and the SEO difficulty. So like I said, Uber suggest has a ton of
different data within it. This is just the tip of the iceberg. So definitely go ahead poke around on your
own. But I will show you one more thing because
I know a few of you are probably asking me, well what is my domain score? And that is a fair question. So to find out what your domain score is,
you’re going to go to this overview button underneath the person icon and then you can
go ahead and type in your domain. So again, a lot of data comes up, but we can
see here that my domain score happens to be 70 so for me that means that I can look at
my keywords and actually see where my domain ranks amongst everything else. So that’s going to give me a better idea if
I can or can’t rank for that keyword. Again, like I said, there’s so many variables
that goes into this, so I don’t want you to get too hung up on your domain score, especially
if your website’s new, it’s definitely going to be lower than 70 so again, this is data
that’s interesting to look at and all of it is important. But remember, by creating more quality content,
updating your site regularly and targeting specific keywords is all going to go into
increasing your domain score and improving your chances of ranking on the first page
of Google. So that’s how you use Uber. Suggest to conduct keyword research. I hope you guys liked this video. I hope you learned something new. If you did, please hit the like and subscribe
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you guys next time.

12 thoughts on “1 MILLION ORGANIC VISITS! Free Keyword Research Tutorial

  1. Alex Tooby Post author

    Watched to the end? (You're the best!) Tell me what your domain score is! 👇🏻

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  2. Mahmoud Elmasry Academy Post author

    Thank you for valuable content, I have ranked in arab content result 2 in ubersuggest , buzzsumo result number 1 , answer the public result number 1 , and how to choose niche also I think keyword reasearch tool is the first seo key to rank on google and youtube
    Just type
    شرح اداة ubersuggest
    شرح اداة buzzsumo
    شرح اداة answer the public
    اختيار نيتش لموقعك

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  3. unique Commodities Post author

    This is all new insight for me! I look forward to leveraging your always great insight! Thank you as always

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  4. VA Sidekick Post author

    To be honest, I feel a bit clickbaited here. Why 1 million organic visits?

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  5. Lucas Walker Post author

    Uber suggest is such a good tool! Keywords everywhere used to be free but it’s still inanely good value

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  6. Kian Paras Post author

    Thanks for sharing! I personally like the KWFinder tool. It looks great and makes you want to drink juice because of how they design it. Thanks and big fan of your work, I am a proud student of your Succes by Story course, it continues to be a big help!

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  7. Neerajh Sharrma Post author

    Thank you for the video. You are so beautiful and have such a pretty voice. Stay blessed.

    Reply
  8. Julie Glück Post author

    Thank you Alex, I knew about Ubersuggest from following Neil but didn't use it to be honest, not sure why. Loved your insightful video demo and am going to start using it straight away. Greetings from Cape Town.

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  9. Andy H. Tu Post author

    This site is always lagging for me, sometimes it stops working after 2-3 searches. My problem mainly when writing for the SEO keywords. I don't know how to write it in that same exact way without it sounding all weird. Especially on wordpress when YOAST SEO says you're not using enough keywords or focus keywords. Its frustrating. Will you ever do a tutorial on how to write a blog/web content using the keywords? IE: Heid Kluum is amazing is your long tail keyword, so how do you write that in a blog ? Do you have to write that whole sentence? lol

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