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    Is there any way I can help determine keywords based on the content of a site?
    Any advice.
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    What like how to work out your competitors keywords you mean? Its just guess work really, you kind of learn to notice what the main keywords sites want.

    But I dont see why you would want to know this anyway? Is it really going to help you to know what keywords others want to rank for? Do keyword research and pick the best keywords for what your goal is for your site.
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    Originally Posted by NathanielB
    But I dont see why you would want to know this anyway? Is it really going to help you to know what keywords others want to rank for? Do keyword research and pick the best keywords for what your goal is for your site.
    Very true, do a keyword analysis and define the keywords that you want to target to achieve your end objectives. You should always think of the long run when doing these things. Hope you get along well for the keywords. All the best!
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    you can run back-link analysis of your competitor's website. Check backlink of your competitor. what anchor text they are using most. IMHO you should find fresh keywords which have higher KEI.
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    The first step in doing this analysis is to extract your articles that are attracting the most organic traffic. Organic traffic is the incoming traffic that you’re collecting from search engine queries.
    Last edited by GiffordBruno; Jan 19th, 2011 at 01:11 AM.
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    Originally Posted by NathanielB
    What like how to work out your competitors keywords you mean? Its just guess work really, you kind of learn to notice what the main keywords sites want.

    But I dont see why you would want to know this anyway? Is it really going to help you to know what keywords others want to rank for? Do keyword research and pick the best keywords for what your goal is for your site.
    Thanks
    Now I'm having difficulty in identifying keywords. There are two tips:

    + Select less competitive keywords for SEO first, then choose from the main one.
    + Choose the right keywords at the begining

    Please give me advice.
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    Try the search based keyword tool

    http://www.google.co.uk/sktool/#

    Keep an eye on your conversions to see which ones are best for you. And in analytics you will see long tails popping up so try to incorporate those into your new copy. There's some software called hittail which tells you what to write about in relation to longtails it finds.
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    Originally Posted by seogoat
    Try the search based keyword tool

    http://www.google.co.uk/sktool/#

    Keep an eye on your conversions to see which ones are best for you. And in analytics you will see long tails popping up so try to incorporate those into your new copy. There's some software called hittail which tells you what to write about in relation to longtails it finds.
    Thanks
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    Originally Posted by bomit
    Thanks
    Now I'm having difficulty in identifying keywords. There are two tips:

    + Select less competitive keywords for SEO first, then choose from the main one.
    + Choose the right keywords at the begining

    Please give me advice.
    It depends what your sites about really. For example if you had an ecommerce site you would want to see what sells best for you, whats getting the most traffic and whats best for conversion for you.

    But yes you defo need to make sure you have the right keywords from the beginning or you will waist your time ranking for keywords that will not help you to achieve your end goal, be that sales for ecommerce or traffic on a blog.

    For the competitiveness, I personally tend to pick a mix of keywords (depending on how much time we have on the site each month), I pick some keywords that should rank high in no time and pick a selection of keywords that are harder to rank but the client wants to rank for long term.

    Use the tool seogoat gave you and you should be ok with it all

    Originally Posted by GiffordBruno
    The first step in doing this analysis is to extract your articles that are attracting the most organic traffic. Organic traffic is the incoming traffic that you’re collecting from search engine queries.
    Not really! You should have your keywords before you start wrtting articles and SEO content. Your doing it around the wrong way IMO.
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    Originally Posted by NathanielB
    It depends what your sites about really. For example if you had an ecommerce site you would want to see what sells best for you, whats getting the most traffic and whats best for conversion for you.

    But yes you defo need to make sure you have the right keywords from the beginning or you will waist your time ranking for keywords that will not help you to achieve your end goal, be that sales for ecommerce or traffic on a blog.

    For the competitiveness, I personally tend to pick a mix of keywords (depending on how much time we have on the site each month), I pick some keywords that should rank high in no time and pick a selection of keywords that are harder to rank but the client wants to rank for long term.

    Use the tool seogoat gave you and you should be ok with it all


    Not really! You should have your keywords before you start wrtting articles and SEO content. Your doing it around the wrong way IMO.
    Thank you.

    Can you tell me more about seogoat it?
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    Originally Posted by bomit
    Thank you.

    Can you tell me more about seogoat it?
    seogoat is the member that gave you link above lol Read what I put again :p
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    Originally Posted by NathanielB
    seogoat is the member that gave you link above lol Read what I put again :p
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    Can you tell me more about seogoat it?
    Haha, this made me laugh! Quality
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    Originally Posted by bomit
    Hi All
    Is there any way I can help determine keywords based on the content of a site?
    Any advice.
    Thanks
    If I am understanding your question correctly, you could use the ABAKUS Topword V.1 keyword tool. Just search Google or Bing for it.
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