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    Identify your keywords using keyword planer or any other tool and than write a quality content. Build some natural backlinks targeting those keywords.


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    Quote Originally Posted by printer View Post
    You can use Google analytic tool to identify long tail keywords.Then with the help of these keywords you can create content for your website.
    I am using the Google analytics for tracking the visitors to my website. We should also be using the Google Webmaster tools so that the tracking is done about the performance of the website also and this will in turn help us in getting a better response for our website.


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    kwfinder is a good tool to help you


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    Long tail Keyword is one of the best process for ranking your targeted niche . so i think we should choose 1st Long tail than start with other one.

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    A point to make is that Long tail phrases by their nature have low traffic so to make it work you'll need large numbers of them. My own site for example targets 4million company names, all of which have very low traffic, but together have large potential.


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    Yes of course. You can rank longtail keywords. Follow these tips:

    1. Take 3 major longtail keywords that you want to be ranking on that.
    2. Use those in h1, h2 and use the primary long tail keyword in blog URL, h1, and first 100 words one time.
    3. Use other long tail keywords too in content by keeping in mind of density up to 1.5%. If it goes more than that, your website may be penalized by Google.


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