A Simple Hack to Finding the Right Keywords to Rank #1 on Google (The Best FREE SEO Tool)


– The more traffic you
get to your website, doesn’t mean the more sales
you’re gonna generate. You’re going after the wrong keywords, the wrong traffic right now. Even if they’re in your industry and you think you’re
targeting the right ones, I bet, they’re the wrong ones. Hey everyone, I’m Neil Patel. And today, I’m gonna share with
you a simple hack to finding the right keywords to rank
number one on Google for. (soft music) Before we get started, make sure you subscribe to this channel. That way when they release more tips like this, you’ll get notified. Question for you, as your traffic goes up, are you noticing that your
revenue is staying flat, or you’re not getting
any sales altogether? If you’re noticing that,
leave a comment with yes. If you’re not, leave a comment with no. The reason I say this is, I myself, went through that same issue. I got my sites up to hundreds
and thousands of visitors. My current site NeilPatel.com gets over three million visits a month. Just think about that. Three plus million visits a month. And if you’re not getting
the right kind of traffic, doesn’t matter if you take
it from three and go to six, or ten, doesn’t mean you’re
gonna get more sales. And I learned that the hard way, but eventually, I learned how to fix it. So, let’s go over the simple hack to getting you the right
keywords to rank on Google for. Step one, go to Ubersuggest. When you go to Ubersuggest, you’ll notice, that yeah, you can type in
keywords and do keyword research. But, you can also put
in a URL and get data on all the traffic that anyone
in the space is getting. What keywords your
competition is ranking for, how much cost per click are
they paying for these keywords. So, put in a competitor URL. The ones that you know are making money. If you don’t know, do
searches in your space for other competitors
and you’ll see which ones are spending money on ads
and are bigger than you, have a lot of employees,
they tend to do well. Step two, on that page
you’re gonna see an overview, a traffic overview of
your competitions traffic. How many visitors you’re
getting from that region, whether it’s United States,
or Australia, or India. And you’re gonna see their
top pages, click on top pages. Step three, under top pages,
you’re gonna see all the top performing pages that are
driving most of their traffic. Just because a page is
driving them their traffic, doesn’t mean it’s
driving them their sales. Look at all their most popular pages, and click view all, under
the estimated visits column. That’ll show you the keywords
that are driving the traffic. Look for the keywords
that are driving traffic, have a high cost per click, ideally, in the dollar plus range. So a dollar, two dollars, five, ten dollars, all great numbers. The moment they’re like, five cents, not really good keywords. But anything that’s over a dollar, has volume, is their most
popular pages, right? ‘Cause Uber suggested
sorting it by popularity. And then you wanna look at SEO difficulty. The lower the number, ideally under 50, the better off you are. This will all tell you the keywords you should be going after. The keywords that have the most traffic, that have the highest cost per click, and the least difficulty, are the ones that you can get results from the fastest, and tend to convert into paying customers. See, because if someone’s willing to spend a lot of money on a keyword
and it drives volume, you know that keyword is
driving them revenue as well. Next, what I want you to
do, is take that keyword because you’ve found
one, and Google for it. Look up all the pages
that rank in the top 10. Click on their site, look at
that content that’s ranking. Read it, understand it. Now, next step. I want you to write a
more thorough version. More detail, more thorough,
poke holes in their content, analyze it, answer
everything that they’re not. It’s not just all about length,
it’s about being thorough and so good that
everyone’s like, oh my God, this is the best thing out
there since sliced bread. They want to share it,
talk about it, link to it. That’s the type of content
you want to create. Then, last but not least,
just because you create the content, doesn’t
mean that you’re gonna get the rankings and the traffic. So, you need to follow
the steps so that way you can go in a full circle,
and you can get the rankings. Anytime you link out
to someone, hit ’em up. Ask ’em to share your content. You can be like, “Hey
John, I love your content, “so much so I linked out to your site. “You can check it out here. “If you like my content,
feel free and share it “on your favorite social network. “Cheers, Neil.” By doing that, you’re
gonna get more traction, and as you get all this traction, you will start getting better rankings. And as you get more rankings, you will start generating sales ’cause you’re getting the
right kind of traffic. And if you wanna see who
links to your competition, check out the backlinks
tool on neilpatel.com. Neilpatel.com/backlinks You can put in a competitor
URL or anyone’s URL. You can see everyone who links to them and you can hit up each of those sites and ask them to link to your article. If you follow those
tactics, you’re gonna rank for the right keywords, generate the right kind of traffic,
and generate more sales. If you need help with your
essay on your online marketing, you can always check out my
ad agency, Neil Patel digital. If you enjoyed this video, please like it, share it, subscribe to the channel. If you have any questions,
leave a comment below and I’ll answer it.

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