Drum roll! What you are about to see is my first, official, youtube video tutorial. I am, admittedly, a little nervous about it. It’s new territory for me. I make video tutorials for my clients b ut haven’t done one for the public world yet.
Hopefully, you enjoy this quick tutorial and it will help you find the right keywords for your blog posts. Let know what kind of video tutorials you’d like to see in the future. I’ll keep on working to improve my video skills (you know, talking slower and louder).
Use Google and Pinterest search to help you find out what people are searching for in relation to your blog post topic.
Find keywords using Google:
Go to Google and perform a search for the very basic topic of your blog post. Scroll down and see if there is a “People also ask” box. Those questions are great options to use for your focus keywords of phrases. Answering and discussing those questions will help you show up in search results.
Scroll to the bottom and look at the related searches. These are what people are searching for in relation to your blog post topic. Try using these as your keyword phrases.
Find keywords using Pinterest:
Go to Pinterest and perform the same search for the very basic topic of your blog post. See what additional words Pinterest recommends adding to your search.
Further reading on Keywords
I forgot to mention this in the video, but you can also check out my tutorial on how to set up and use Google’s
Simple Pin has a blog post about keywording on Pinterest. Using keywords on Pinterest are a bit different with Googe and Pinterest, so go listen to the podcast and get the best tips for using keywords on Pinterest.
Kim has a great list of free keyword tools to take your research even deeper.
Your turn to find keywords:
Go do some keyword research on an upcoming post and see what you find.
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