Thursday, November 27, 2008

Keyword Ideas

1. Use Google Keywords

You can use Google's free keyword tool to find more keyword ideas. Just type in the keyword that you would like to get ideas for, and Google will list keyword phrases and average monthly search volumes.

2. Use Wordtracker

Wordtracker is one of the leading keyword research tools available. They have a free trial version that you can use. Just type in your keyword, and Wordtracker will list suggested keywords along with their estimated daily search volume. Wordtracker also offers 7 free videos on how to find and use keywords.

3. Use Keyword Discovery

Keyword Discovery also has a free trial that you can use to find more keyword ideas. I like Keyword Discovery because they give more results than Wordtracker's free version. Keyword Discovery also has a paid version that will give you a lot more information than you can get for free.

4. Get Your Competitor's Keywords

One aspect of the Internet is that you can't really hide what you are doing. This makes it easy for anyone to go to a webpage and see which keywords they are using. To do this, just right click on the webpage and view the source. Then look at the top in the title and meta tags to see which keywords they are using on their website.