Category Archives: Keyword Search

Google Ads wants advertisers to give broad match another shot

Broad match keyword suggestions will start surfacing in Recommendations Ginny Marvin on November 16, 2020 Google is going to start showing new Recommendations for switching to broad match in Google Ads. “If you’re using Smart Bidding, we’ll identify existing keywords that are likely to improve performance if you switch them to broad match,” Google said … Continue reading Google Ads wants advertisers to give broad match another shot

5 Steps to Finding New SEO Keywords with Lightning Speed

John Lincoln September 10, 2020 Finding SEO keywords isn’t some mysticism you need to decode. According to BrightEdge Research, SEO tactics drive at least 1000% more traffic than social media — and there’s a reason for this. Once you know how to put all the available data into action, solidifying your content marketing plan is … Continue reading 5 Steps to Finding New SEO Keywords with Lightning Speed

Low Search Volume Keywords: Should You Ignore Them Completely?

Erika Montgomery — September 28, 2018 Follow @PublicityErika — September 28, 2018 geralt / Pixabay If you want to succeed online, search engine optimization (SEO) can never be left out of your strategy. One indispensable way to make sure that your SEO campaign succeeds is doing content marketing on strategically-curated topics. These can be topics … Continue reading Low Search Volume Keywords: Should You Ignore Them Completely?

How keyword match types work after the new close match variants change

Here’s a free Google Ads script that delivers a detailed report on the impact of Google’s inclusion of “same meaning” queries in exact match close variants. Frederick Vallaeys on September 13, 2018   As reported here on Search Engine Land last week, Google is in the process of further broadening the meaning of ‘exact match’ keywords. … Continue reading How keyword match types work after the new close match variants change

‘Near Me’ Searches Don’t Need Keywords To Find Local Goods, Services

‘Near Me’ Searches Don’t Need Keywords To Find Local Goods, Services by Laurie Sullivan , Staff Writer @lauriesullivan, August 27, 2018 About 69% of consumers use their smartphone to help them shop. Some 63% use the phone to research products, while 62% compare prices, 56% look for coupons or deals, 54% check for store hours, and … Continue reading ‘Near Me’ Searches Don’t Need Keywords To Find Local Goods, Services

YouTube Relies On Keywords, Algorithms To Rate Oscar Movie Success

YouTube Relies On Keywords, Algorithms To Rate Oscar Movie Success by Laurie Sullivan @lauriesullivan, February 28, 2018 Can keywords in review and reaction videos on YouTube predict Oscar winners? The top two most-viewed Best Picture nominee trailers on YouTube also are the highest-earning among the nominees, according to recent reported estimates. Google released Oscars-themed data … Continue reading YouTube Relies On Keywords, Algorithms To Rate Oscar Movie Success

What is a Keyword Ontology?

James Mathewson — February 16, 2018 — February 16, 2018 StartupStockPhotos / Pixabay A keyword ontology is a knowledge graph describing relationships between the keywords your target audiences frequently use in search queries and the products and services you sell. It can include other relationships as well, such as taxonomies, information architectures, social listening queries, … Continue reading What is a Keyword Ontology?