SEMRUSH is a free/paid SEO tool by which you can check all SEO performance of your blog.
SEMRUSH is capable of doing
- Organic keywords research
- Competition check
- Performance of targeted keywords
- and more
Organic traffic is the best traffic for the blog as it is legitimate traffic. It’s challenging to get organic traffic, so most bloggers find another way like social traffic, direct traffic or email marketing to get more traffic.
In my earlier post, I have discussed everything from how to write an SEO helpful post to get more organic traffic? If you follow all the steps written in that post, then definitely your organic traffic will increase.
If your blog is not getting the organic traffic, then check out these steps and follow them. Your organic traffic will defiantly increase.
In this post, I came with the new trick to find out all the organic keywords present in your written post(must be indexed on Google). Now you will think that how this will help you?
Suppose your strategy is to target two organic keywords per post. That’s a good idea, but sometimes you don’t know, or you are unable to find out the right keywords having more searches on Google and small competition. In this post, I will tell you to find all the organic keywords(along with your targeted keywords) present on your particular blog post.
As you know the SEMRUSH keyword research tool (you can use the premium version freely for 15 days) but you can take lots of advantage of it.
Check all organic keywords
Open the SEMRUSH site and go to the organic research section
Now copy the URL of your post and paste it and check. You will get all the organic keywords present on that post. Here you can find the right keywords for your blog.
Suppose your targeted keywords have 1000 searches per month. When you find all the organic keywords present on your blog post, there is a possibility that you will get some keywords having more than 1000 searches then what’s wrong to use these new keywords. I am not saying that change your primary keywords, but at least you can use the latest organic keywords or optimize it correctly.
People will call it black hat SEO, but it’s not. You are not adding the new keywords to the existing post, but you are using the already present keywords on the post.
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Choose proper keywords
Here I will tell you how you can find the right organic keywords for the particular post with the help of the SEMRUSH free keyword research tool.
First, open the SEMRUSH and open the organic research section. Put your post URL and click search. You will get all the SEO analytics for that URL.
You will get all the organic keywords present on that post, along with your targeted keywords. Here I have focused Grammarly plugin having monthly searches 110, and the keyword difficulty is 80.
Here I could see another keyword having more searches(590) and little difficulty(71) than my targeted keyword. The keyword is Grammarly free trial.
This is my point if you are unable to find out the right keyword while writing the post, then it’s a better way to find the right keyword.
The free version of SEMRUSH will allow you to check only ten organic keywords, but that is sufficient to determine one or more keywords.
If you want all the organic keywords and other SEMRUSH features, you can upgrade it to the premium version of SEMRUSH. Pricing of SEMRUSH keyword research tool shown below.
The pricing is too high, so as a beginner, you can start with the free version. If you are getting sufficient organic traffic, then you can upgrade it.
The organic traffic to your blog is directly proportional to the organic keywords targeted in your blog post. SEMRUSH will help you to find out the right keywords for your blog. If you are not able to find out the keyword during the writing of the post then no problem, you can find out it after indexing of that post.
Follow above all the steps, and you will get the right organic keyword, which will defiantly improve your organic traffic.
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