Potential KGR Keywords:
This blog post will show you how quickly I get a large list of potential KGR keywords and how I analyze them using a manual process. However, it is a very efficient process, so I've come to the keywords to explore ahref. I have then filled it with some seed keywords set location to the United States.
We'll let that report generated, so I usually just go to all under keyword ideas, there are several different options here but just go with all that will give you the largest list. Here we will have a list of 95,000 keywords related to our seed keywords.
Obviously, we want to start in the place that's most likely to have seed keywords that are going to be suitable for KGR. Firstly, I will reduce this number and then set word count to about 4. Now, it's going to take four-word keyword strings or even longer.
So, the longer a keyword, the more words inside the keyword phrase, the more likely it is to be viable for KGR. You can even just see the competition value while most of them have turned green. In general, the longer the phrases, the less competitive it is.
Therefore, we still have 84,000 volumes, so what I'm going to do is to change the volume now. If you're doing traditional keyword research or KGR keyword research, you will go from 0 to 250, 10 to 250, but you still end up with that many keywords.
What we're going to work with here is that we're going to look for KGR keywords with a higher search volume than 250. For now, we're going to start with 250 plus so that traditional KGR research would have a search volume less than 250. Now, we're going to use our process to find keywords that have higher than 250 search volume.
However, we will still implement a process to get a list of 679 keywords. If you want to go more, you could even just bump that down to 3. However, if you want less, you could just use another metric like KD. If you want five or less, you could have a list of 308 keywords, so you will then have to export the list.
Then, I will set up my screen with how I manually check keywords for KGR ratios. Now, I've to set up my screen so that the spreadsheet is about half the screen, and then Google's about half the screen as well. What I've gotten from HR is this download.
But, I only need the keyword and the search volume. I've just copied and pasted those two columns because we are looking for KGR with a higher than 250 search volume. All we're concerned with is the Olin title results. If there are 63 or fewer results, then it's something we want to use.
So, we don't even need the formula for the ratio, when the search volume is higher than 250. All you need is 63 on title results or less for it to be viable. That's the rule of 63 because you don't even need a formula column. I'm just going to say, I T for all in title results here.
Then, all you need to do is copy and paste this behind, and you're all entitled modifier, which is pre-populated. So, for fifteen hundred and seventy results, what I typically do is, instead of recording the exact number because 1570 is clearly too much, I'm just going to put a zero in there.
I know I've done it, and then you can just go down the list. All you got to do is paste that in, remembering it now, and then Google's going to ask you this to make sure it's not a program doing this. You just have to click that and submit. There we go, we have two thousand results again, I'll just put a zero there.
I'll move on to the next one, so, four thousand again. Now, I could write forty thirty right, but that's too much. Then you can just run down this list, and with any luck, you'll find a few with less than sixty-three all-in-title results, and you have yourself a high search volume KGR compliant keyword.