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Old 08-01-2011   #1
Sarah Anne
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Default SEO tip for your Keyword research.

I see a lot of posts on the forum about locating profitable niches. A neat little way that I don't see many people talk about is this:

There thousands of different ways to see how competitive a niche keyword phrase is, but a lot of these methods are flawed. Many simply look at the total number of results that come up in Google for a search, but that number is highly exagerrated in terms of competitiveness.

Having the keywords in your title tag and your anchor text are probably the two biggest factors in ranking for a phrase. One way to get a clearer vision of how competitive your keyword is starts with doing an allinanchor: and an allintitle: search in Google.

Suppose you're targeting "car insurance" as a keyword. You'd type "allinanchor: car insurance" into Google, then see how many total results are returned. You would then check "allintitle: car insurance" and compare the results for that.

Often you will see that one of the best searched phrases in your niche has not been latched onto by any single site. No title tag will have those words in that order appearing first, which will give you an advantage if you make that the title of your site.
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