Even though they tend to have a lot less search volume than the broad keywords, did you know that long-tail keywords are more lucrative?
Like “best places to eat in London” vs searching for “restaurants” whilst in London? Or “camera” vs “small mirrorless Sony camera”?
Because there are stronger intent when searching with long-tail keywords, your audience will more likely take action as they are specific on what they are looking for.
Plus, they are a lot less competitive to target, which means that you are more likely to end up on first page of Google than for broad keywords like “camera” or “holidays”.
But have you ever wondered how to find long-tail keywords for your content?
Using a paid tool called SEMrush, you can find thousands of them in just minutes and in this post, I will demonstrate with a video on how you can do that yourself. [Read more…] about How to Find Thousands of Long-Tail Keywords…in Just Minutes [Video]