Many businesses believe search engine optimisation means ranking first on the page to get more traffic. The truth is several ways exist to generate more traffic for your business from search engine optimisation (SEO).
The key is to think wider instead of higher. Expand your search engine marketing efforts to find as many niches as possible to generate this traffic.
Also, expanding your base on Google works with traditional search strategies, so you can improve your SEO results.
The information below shows you how to use these patterns to find the traffic you need. It also shows that ranking higher is not enough for search engine marketers today. They need to think outside the box to get the results they want.
Who wants competition? In business, as in search traffic, no one wants extra competitors to stay on their feet. It might be good for the market, but not for your bottom line. That is why it is important to explore the low hanging fruit and find the right niches.
Two great ways to find this is through Google and Amazon searches.
First, you can use Google Suggest to find alternative niches. Similar to how YouTube suggest helps you find alternative keywords to improve your search traffic on YouTube. Google Suggest helps you discover alternative keywords for your root keyword.
Discover alternatives keywords by typing in the letters from the alphabet at the end of your root keywords.
Second, you can use Amazon to find alternative niches. People create content on Amazon for a wide array of topics. Some topics get more attention than others. Using Amazon is a great way to explore the possible missed niches.
Instead of keywords, Amazon shows you top selling books for this phrase. That is more valuable for finding conversions, because people buy books. They just search on Google. The slight difference is vital to understanding how to improve your search traffic for higher conversions.
Not everyone needs your products. If you are not Walmart or Amazon that is okay. The key is having the right customers support you consistently with their purchases. To do this, your search efforts need to revolve around content dedicated to helping your devoted fans use your services.
The best way to do this is to create ridiculously great content your fans crave that peaks their interest even more. The great thing about content is that it also improves your search traffic.
Take Autotrader.com News Section as an example. They create auto articles that feed the “nerdy quirks of some of the most obscure and interesting used cars that have been listed on the site.”
The third strategy is to find out where your customers hang out online. This is not a new concept, but an important one.
The best way to do this is through demographic targeting. Here are a few questions you can ask to find where this audience hangs out:
When you know where customers hang out, you can identify correlating keywords they use to from the phrases they keep repeating.
This is how you dominate a niche. Identify specific areas where your customers are, but no one identified a product or idea for this niche yet. Then study their speech patterns to determine how it fits in a search context.
A lot of the information above focuses on how to expand your current reach for your business. You do this not through worthless platitudes like ranking first on Google, but by determining which keyword generate the most traffic to your website.