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Free Keyword Ranking Reports

We make it easy for you to keep track of the keywords bringing you traffic from Google. 
Use our handy tool to receive keyword ranking reports on a weekly basis – it’s fast and free.
We can tell you exactly how many positions you’ve gone up and down on Google. Just enter your specific keywords in to our form!

What is Keyword Research?

Keyword research is one of the most important tasks that we undertake when taking on new search engine marketing campaigns. The success of your online marketing will be judged by the words and phrases that you rank for.

You will get to know a lot of information about your industry, your products and of course your competitors if you do the keyword investigations correctly. You will be able to assess the demand for your products or services based on the number of searches conducted every month and be able to see geographically where your potential customer base is stronger.

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Make sure to include long-tail keywords into your form above

What is a long-tail keyword? A keyword or phrase that are most specific and usually longer in characters then a more a generic keyword. Whilst they usually have smaller search volumes per month, they’re conversion value is usually higher.
Here’s an example:
If you are selling “ties” the main keyword for this product would be ‘tie’.
However you may target what we call ‘long tail’ keywords which are more specific keywords that will be easier for you to rank for. A suitable long tail keyword may be “Silk Ties” or “Red Silk Ties” or “Affordable Red Silk Ties” which would drive more specific traffic to your website.
If your page was correctly optimised for for “Red Silk Ties” it is more likely that page will appear higher in Google when someone searches for that term.
Long-tail keywords will drive traffic to your website and convert at a much higher rate as the more specific the product the more it will match the needs of the searcher. Someone searching for ‘ties’ will be represented with such a volume of results that the chance of them converting will be much less than someone searching for a specific colour, size or brand. The more long tail keywords you rank for the higher the chance of ranking for the higher volume generic keywords. Of course, keywords alone will not be sufficient to rank organically, there are a lot of other ranking factors and our team of SEO experts are well versed with how best to get your website onto the first page of Google for your chosen keywords.
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