Building a website in 2020 is as easy as dragging and dropping some symbols, selecting a colour palette, and writing a few pithy phrases.
Turning a website into a success in 2020, however, is one serious challenge. You can spend as much time as you want to perfect the appearance of your site, but if it ranks low on Google, it’s pretty much a failure in the eyes of the internet. If search engines can’t find you, the rest of your work doesn’t even matter.
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All you have to do is enter a single seed keyword and you’ll receive hundreds of suggestions for long-tail keywords. Long-tail keywords are slightly longer phrases that are very specific to what you’re selling. There’s usually less competition, so you have a better chance of ranking higher on search results pages. Once you receive the list of keywords, you can compare their competitiveness, search volume, rank value, and more to find ones that will be most profitable to you. Then stay on top of metrics and rankings with the Rank Tracker tool.
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