Doing keyword research is an integral part of the SEO process, and without it, could make it quite difficult to get anywhere. Unfortunately, researching keywords can be a tedious task, and there’s always a risk that you won’t even get the most relevant and correct ones either.
This is where you have to set restrictions on yourself when trying to find and create the keyword list you’re going to use for your or a client’s website. Making sure you give yourself restrictions, as well as a schedule for identifying and presenting the best keywords for organic search is the best way to go about the process of keyword research.
Jeremy Gottlieb has created a case study on the Moz Blog that can help you find a way to do keyword research in just an hour and a half. This is much better and easier than spending a full day or more trying to find a massive list of keywords that may or may not even work for the site you’re doing SEO for.
So what does it take to be the most effective when creating a list of keywords for a website? You can find out by checking out Jeremy’s post, which can be found on the Moz Blog on Moz.com. Check it out below!
Moz Blog: How to do Keyword Research in 90 Minutes