How To Find Easy Keywords

How To Find Easy Keywords: Work Out How Competitive a Keyword is

How To Find Easy Keywords: Work Out How Competitive a Keyword is


What Will You Learn with This Article?

On this blog post, I am going to show you how to find easy keywords and also how I personally work out how competitive a keyword is in Google.

If you focus on easy keywords, then your website will rank faster in Google and you will get Google traffic faster.

To use my method, you need to get just 2 things: Jaaxy and Moz bar. They are totally free with no catches. If you get them now, you can follow along with my step-by-step guide on how to find how competitive a keyword is.

You can download the Mozbar tool here: Moz SEO Toolbar. This is a Google Chrome/Firefox extension.

How To Find Easy Keywords

 

On the other hand, Jaaxy is an online keyword tool, so you can go to www.Jaaxy.com and create a Free account.

How To Find Easy Keywords

So, How to Use Jaaxy and Moz to Find Low Competitive Easy Keywords?


Step 1  Login into www.Jaaxy.com

Step 2 – Next, do your keyword research and pay close attention to “QSR” and “Avg” as shown in figure below:

How To Find Easy Keywords

What the hell is QSR? Well, let me give you a very brief explanation. QSR stands for Quoted Search Results, in other words, it shows how many pages are targeting the specific keyword we are after. So, we will look for the lowest QSR possible with at least 50 monthly searches (Shown in column “Avg.”).

On this example, we will target the keyword: “how to choose the right golf clubs”. So, if you take a look at the image above, you will see that we have at least 2 potential low competitive keywords: “how to choose the right golf clubs” and “how to choose the right golf ball for my game” (which is a variation Jaaxy suggests). So, next thing we will do is look how tough will be our competition for those terms.

Step 3 – Go to Google, type your search term and activate the Moz toolbar.

Check out the 3 first pages ranking for this keyword:

How To Find Easy Keywords

Looking good right? Now lets check out the next ones…

How To Find Easy Keywords

See now? It’s not complicated to find low competitive keywords. You just need to set aside some time to do the right research. You can replicate this exact formula into your business and you will see how traffic starts to increase day after day.

If you have any doubt or question, leave a comment below and I will help you out.

 

Should I Go After Difficult Keywords?

How To Find Easy KeywordsSometimes it can be tempting to go after a difficult keyword because it might get a lot of searches, or it might be very valuable.

The problem with going after difficult keywords is that it is very hard to rank for them.

I would only suggest going after medium or difficult keywords if you have a lot of experience in SEO and building links (DoFollow Backlinks). And, besides this, your website should be relevant to search engines too.

If you don’t have a lot of experience, I suggest going after easy keywords.

Medium-difficult keywords require a lot of work. You will probably invest more money trying to rank for it than seeing actual profits.

So, my recommendation is to go through the step-by-step guide I illustrated above. You will rank faster for easier keywords, and you will make money faster.

 

How Can I Make Money From Easy Keywords?

How To Find Easy KeywordsThere are lots of ways to make money targeting easy keywords:

Create a Google Adsense website. You should only focus on easy keywords as your main goal will be to get traffic. The more traffic you get, the more you will earn.

If you don’t know how Google Adsense works, you can read How to Configure Google AdSense and Make Money From Ads! guide.

If you still have any doubt, feel free to leave a comment below and I will reply as soon as possible.

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4 comments
Ben says June 15, 2016

Hi Kevin. Thanks for sharing this information. I use Safari (I’m on a Mac) and I’ve read a lot of posts about keyword research so I almost left. I’m glad I stayed and finished reading. I think I’ll take a look at the Moz toolbar. That is some info that I haven’t seen in other places.

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    Kevin Balcker says June 15, 2016

    You’re welcome, Ben!

    Let me know if you have any doubt when doing your keyword research. This method is currently working for me and it’s very simple to do it.

    Cheers mate.
    Kevin

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Marvin Talaro says June 21, 2016

Nice Tutorial man! Simple and easy to implement. I never thought that moz has that feature in keyword researching. I’ll take a look at it..

Thanks man!

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    Kevin Balcker says June 21, 2016

    You’re welcome Marvin 😉

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