How to Find Thousands of Long Tail Keywords in Minutes [CC]

By | August 10, 2019


– Finding those long-tailed keywords are so important for your website. You know what I’m talking about. Those keywords which
are two or more words. They tend to be very lucrative and also give you an opportunity to rank high for them on Google. But how do you find them? You need to look deeper to find those popular keywords and give you an opportunity to rank. In this video I’m going to show you how you can do that, find
hundreds maybe thousands of long-tailed keywords in just minutes, coming right up. What’s up everyone, I am Ahmed Khalifa and why don’t we just get straight into it and show you how you
can find those keywords using a tool that I absolutely
love called SEMrush. It’s such a powerful tool. You need to be using it if
you don’t know how to use it. This is what you do. When you get in there you can search under the Keyword Analytics overview and you type in whatever you want. In this case I’ve decided I’m gonna search for “soup recipe”. Just imagine you’re a food blogger and you want to get more ideas, something a bit more different than everyone else and give you an opportunity to rank higher. Not just the broad “soup recipe”
or “tomato soup”, for example. What you do is, after we type in, here’s the data you get. Based in the U.S. you can
change the country if you want. You want to go to this section right here, phrase match keywords. There are 23,000, over
23,000 keywords related to soup recipes. If you look in there, view full report, you can get so much information about it. This is where you get deeper and deeper about what you can find. So you scroll down and here there are literally 23 and a
half thousand soup recipe keywords in there. Basically you can look
at it by search volume. But maybe it’s too broad. You can search by keyword difficulty, the cost per click, how competitive it is. You can look at the
result, is it trending, is it not. But basically you can scroll and scroll and can really find valuable keywords. Of course you can filter even more. Maybe you want to focus on a
specific flavour for example. Maybe you want to focus
for example on “tomato”. When you do that, you just press apply and there you go. Even more related to tomato soup recipes and you still got around 656 keywords around the area. Same information there as well. You can dig deeper. Maybe if you want to look at
this “tomato basil soup recipe”, you click on that and you
can get more information if you want to about
that particular keyword. It’s so, so useful. By doing that you can get more information about that particular keyword, find more related and
the phrase match keywords and look at the result as well and has it appeared in Google Ad and you can get so much out of it. But that’s how you do
it, long-tailed keyword. You use this tool called SEMrush, very, very powerful. I’m gonna put the link down in the description below. If you want to check it out, if you want to have a free trial give it a shot. It’s really, really awesome. But, long-tailed keyword in minutes. You’ve seen how you can do it. It’s up to you to find that as well and you can do it. I hope you find that useful. Let me know what you think in the description down below. While you’re at it, I would love it if you subscribe to
this channel as well, that would be totally awesome. In the meantime do your thing because it matters. I’ll see you next time. Take care. (upbeat music)

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