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How to map keywords correctly?

(@Anonymous)
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A step-by-step guide to keyword mapping
Step 1: Find your top pages
Step 2: Find your seed keyword
Step 3: Expand your seed keyword
Step 4: Build your keyword map
Step 5: Create an on-page optimization roadmap

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Topic starter Posted : 27/05/2022 5:32 am
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Things to consider while mapping keywords

  • Check the search intent
  • Find the Difficulty of Keywords

 

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Posted : 30/09/2022 4:23 am
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@yofog65891 's answer is actually everything you need for the correct mapping for me.

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Posted : 17/10/2022 9:11 am
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You need to know what keywords you’re going to be working with and mapping to the website. Proper keyword research is very important here. Uncovering both head and long tail keywords will help you create a well planned mapping document. Don’t get caught up in having to rank for every good keyword that you find. You’ll work with the client to set expectations, during the keyword research phase you are simply finding opportunities and understanding the industry.

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Posted : 18/12/2022 2:35 pm
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Keyword mapping:

  1. Start with keyword research and analysis.
  2. Categorize keywords into the main topics for your niche.
  3. Assign your sets of keywords to individual pages within your keyword map.
  4. Prepare and optimize individual URLs.
  5. Track and update your keyword map regularly.
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Posted : 18/09/2023 4:54 pm
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Mapping keywords correctly is a critical step in search engine optimization (SEO) and content strategy. It involves aligning your target keywords with specific pages or content on your website to improve visibility in search engine results. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to map keywords correctly:

  • Keyword Research
  • Understand User Intent
  • Group Keywords by Relevance
  • Audit Existing Content
  • Map Keywords to Existing Content
  • Create New Content
  • Optimize URL Structure
  • Internal Linking
  • Monitor and Adjust
  • Track Progress and Iterate
  • Competitor Analysis
  • User Experience and Mobile Optimization
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Posted : 08/10/2023 2:57 pm
daniellahopkins
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I prefer making a keywords list first and then dividing them into two groups such as primary and secondary keywords. I utilize primary keywords at the beginning and headings. Also, secondary keywords on the content body.

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Posted : 03/12/2023 11:55 am
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