Searching for keywords isn't just about E-Commerce Photo Editing selecting a large number of search terms, building links, and ranking that single keyword. This is the foundation of a good SEO campaign. When done correctly, this basic SEO E-Commerce Photo Editing activity will help you rank your pages by more keywords and, as a result, get more traffic. On December 12th, we moderated the SEJ ThinkTank webinar hosted by Sam Oh, Director of Product Education at Ahrefs.
We shared tips on how to use Ahrefs to find E-Commerce Photo Editing and select keywords and topics that generate the most organic search traffic on your website. Here is a summary of the webinar presentation. How to do keyword research in 2019 Basics of keyword research At that time, the life of an SEO expert was easy. I used the Google E-Commerce Photo Editing Keyword Planner to search for popular keywords and created a dedicated page around each keyword (even though it's basically the same search query). At that time, this kind of tactic worked. But then Google removed keyword-level data in September 2013. Things are quite different today.
Last year, Ahrefs surveyed 3 million random E-Commerce Photo Editing search queries and found that the top-ranked pages were also ranked in nearly 1,000 related keywords in the top 10 search results. The findings show that there is no fixed limit on the number of keywords a page can rank. Search volume is misleading Search volume is not a good E-Commerce Photo Editing indicator of search traffic . You can increase the search volume for keywords, but this doesn't necessarily mean that you have a lot of clicks. For example, the search volume for the query [Donald Trump age] is 51,000 times a month in the United States, but in reality, the search results page receives only 7,200 clicks a month.