Once the keyword research part is done, you would be spending more time in developing the content from those keywords.
I follow this methodology, no harm if you got any other technique for the content development plan. Here it goes, this what how I develop contents for my blog post after keyword research.
For keyword research, I always depend upon the google keyword planner. You can read the article up here.
Park your instinct and what you have learned so far, just make sure you do the same as I write in this tutorial.
- Export the keywords you have extracted from keyword planner to excel sheet
- Go to filter and filter via text (which exactly matches your seed keyword)
Bingo you will have a refined number of keywords,
- Sort the bid value from larger to smaller
You would notice there is a list of potential keywords over the higher bidding values. For example, if we are trying to search for keywords for content marketing and here I have applied the both steps,
Now pick up the keywords which are more matching to the seed keyword.
Google will give you something which is almost near to the keyword, not the same thing. That’s how the search work, it won’t be able to understand the keyword in any context or content in any manner. It would look for relevant keyword weighting of the topic and rank the contents in the search list.
I would recommend starting with higher bidding keyword, from the above example we could see the below are the five top keywords matching the seed keyword – content marketing.
Now you have to apply one more technique, content development. Content can be developed from one single keyword or over the entire set of keywords.
I would recommend you to generate a content based on one solid keyword, as you write another couple of articles on this topic you can link them together providing a higher ranking.