When you wish to get highly-ranking on the search engine for your blog today, you have to focus on it and learn what you should do to optimize.… Read moreContinue reading
Finding the exact keyword to optimize the article is not easy while Google does not show any clear keyword information. Therefore, the blogger/ marketer must find alternative keyword tools to overcome this challenge.
Since 2014, I tried to use KeywordMap Pro to find the golden keyword. It is so useful for promoting the Product on Google.
You also know that Google ranks pages in order of relevance, the key to SEO has always been to figure out how to make your site more relevant.
KeywordMap Pro reveals Google’s “relevance code” for any keyword, you can easily put together sites and content that are instantly relevant to Google through simple reverse engineering.
This results in an increase boost in all the other SEO ranking factors and will force your page to the top of the search results faster.
Why is LSI research important for On-Page SEO?
When content creators write an article, they focus on the main head keyword and the associated long-tail keywords. However, without enough LSI keywords, their content does not read naturally.
LSI makes it easy for search engines to figure out how natural a piece of content is based on whether enough LSI keywords show up. It has been speculated that Google’s Panda update uses LSI keywords to figure out the quality of the content. If enough LSI keywords are not present, the content looks unnatural and hence of poor quality.
Why I use KeywordMap Pro?
Instantly Boost Your Site Relevance
KeywordMap Pro reveals exactly what Google loves. It will create your map in the 90 seconds.
In this period, any marketing strategy that doesn’t include traffic from Google has a big hole. KeywordMap Pro gets the mapping data directly from Google. You are easy to get more traffic with the keyword lists.
Increase relevance, increase rank
KeywordMap Pro shows you what terms Google says are most relevant for your profitable keyword, you simply add those terms to your site, content, and linking structure. Then watch what happens next as Google sees your site as most