What to do next?

Once you've got your list of keywords to target, it's time to craft the content.

When preparing content briefs, note down questions around the keyword, analyze the competition, and review the structure of other top 10 search results.

This analysis will help create content briefs that can guide your website to top Google positions.

We recommend you check this article on "How to Write an SEO-optimized Article". Here are the key elements of this article:

  • Analyze the top-ranking content in Google for your target keywords to see what topics and structure they use.

  • Create a detailed outline for your content with H2 and H3 headers based on your primary and secondary keywords.

  • Write comprehensive content that thoroughly covers your topic while answering the primary and secondary keywords. Bring your own unique perspective.

  • Focus on creating high-quality content that satisfies user intent rather than only targeting keywords.

  • Optimize on-page elements like title, headers, meta description for your target keywords.

  • Make your content scannable - use images, formatting, clear headers. Write for humans.

  • Update old content periodically to keep it fresh.

  • Check page speed and optimize images, code, etc to improve load times.

  • Use tools like Grammarly to help improve grammar and writing.

  • Include internal links to related content to build topical authority.

  • Write compelling titles that attract clicks but describe the content accurately.

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