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Now that you know how to find longtail keywords with low competition, it’s time for us to talk about how to apply those keywords in the content.
Ensure target keywords are in the key SEO elements
Step 1) Know which key SEO elements need to contain the target keywords
The first step obviously is make sure the target keywords are present in the key SEO elements – details are shown in the video.
It is important to note that placing the keyword per se is not quite enough.
For example, let’s say your target keyword is “best yoga positions” but it is not natural to use it by itself in the title of the article.
What you should do is to add text around it to make it sounds natural yet still containing the keyword such as “10 best yoga positions for new yoga students”.
Watch the video below to see what is the effective ways to add the keywords to the key SEO elements.
Step 2) Sprinkle the LSI keywords in the content
Latent Sematic Indexing can be found using various tools but the easiest one is to use Google.
Let’s use a keyword “Yoga style” as an example.
As you type in the search query “Yoga style” on Google, Google shows you relevant terms to “Yoga style”.
These are essentially the popular relevant terms that people search on Google.
You can also see relevant terms displayed at the bottom of the search result page.
Once we gathered these SLI keywords, we can then use the method described here to check if these keywords have high competition.
Some tips for affiliate marketers
If you happen to promote other website’s services / goods as an affiliate marketer, it is important to follow the affiliate policy of the business you are promoting – You got to listen to me on this one, I have got my account banned before.
There are also few other SEO related items that you should be aware of so watch the video below to find out more.