Keyword research is THE very first step BEFORE developing a business plan. It is the SUPER important first step for a better chance of a good SEO outcome further down the track digital marketing your website.
Why do keyword research and what are the benefits of keyword research?
Who/where keyword research in Perth WA and what is the price of keyword research in Perth? Me in Padbury, northern suburbs of Perth. It’s the best value digital marketing service in Perth @ only $40 for 40 minutes.
If you invested in keyword research, make sure you let me know:
There are lots of online keyword research tools. We use a couple of Google keyword reseach tools.
The results are batched in similar phrases in order of priority with the most important at the top of the list. Each batch is assigned to a new or existing web page for SEO. The good keywords report is emailed to you. I’ll also find synonyms for some of the important keywords and add that to the Good Keywords Report.
When doing keyword research it is good practice to:
Example of good keywords research report chart below.
Most web designers/copywriters will use the word “call”. Even Google does but that doesn’t mean people searching for your phone number will find your phone number online ahead of your smarter competitors’ SEO experts who use the word “phone” and or “phone number”.
As with most digital marketing, it’s not about how long and hard a digital marketing agency in Perth works and quotes/costs/bills you. Digital marketing and in particular SEO is more about working smarter.
Another Google keyword research tool I use gives you keyword ideas, search volumes like the above, and CPC bids that your competitors in Perth are paying Google Adwords for. Downloading that keyword research and emailing it to you is done at the end of my 40-minute keyword research brainstorming session with you.
Also, after keyword research, I’ll show you where you can buy .com.au domain names for less than $10pa. Make sure the digital marketing agency you hire registers IP such as domain names IN YOUR NAME. He/she who controls/owns domain names holds the whip hand.