Profitable Keyword Research: The Complete Step-By-Step Guide to Keyword Research Premium class

Christine Maisel, Helping Web Design & SEO Startups

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33 Videos (1h 11m)
    • Why I'm Exciting About This Course and Why You Should Be Too

    • How to Take This Course

    • What is Profitable Keyword Research?

    • Lecture 4: What Can You Do With Your Keyword Research

    • Lecture 5: The Benefits of Keyword Research Beyond Just Traffic

    • Lecture 6: The 5 Keyword Research Process

    • Lecture 7: Section Intro

    • Lecture 8: Signs of a Successful Keyword Research to Look For

    • Lecture 9: Understanding Search Intent

    • Lecture 10: 3 Types of Keywords You Need to Understand

    • Lecture 11: Section Intro

    • Lecture 12: Use of Keyword Research Tools

    • Lecture 14: Section Intro

    • Lecture 15: Using What You Know (or Your Client) Knows to Start Your Keyword Research List

    • Lecture 16: Breaking Down Keywords into Categories to Generate More Ideas

    • Lecture 18: How to Quickly Find Highly Searched For Keywords

    • Lecture 19: The Tool That Gives Related Searches & Terms to Help Expand Your Keyword List

    • Lecture 20: How to Find Hundreds of Potential Keywords in Seconds

    • Lecture 21: Using Google Keyword Planner for Long Tail Keyword Ideas

    • Lecture 22: Google Keyword Planner & Landing Pages

    • Lecture 23: Section Intro

    • Lecture 24: How Many Keywords Should I Target At One Time?

    • Lecture 25: How Many Searches Should A Good Keyword Have?

    • Lecture 26: Use This Free Tool to Find General Keyword Search Volume

    • Lecture 27: Another Option for Finding Keyword Search Volume

    • Lecture 28: Section Intro

    • Lecture 29: Why Analyze Your Keyword Competition

    • Lecture 30: Understanding Page Rank and Page Authority

    • Lecture 31: Free Tools to Find a Webpage's Page Rank and PA & What You're Looking For Here

    • Lecture 32: What Do Backlinks Have To Do With Keyword Research?

    • Lecture 33: Analyzing Backlinks to Determine How Quickly You Can Rank a Keyword (Free Tools)

    • Lecture 34: Analyzing Backlinks With Premium Tools

    • Lecture 36: So Your Keyword Research Is Complete. Now What?


About This Class

Starting off with the right keywords is an absolute must if you want to rank highly in search results. That's where profitable keyword research comes in. 

Understanding how to correctly do keyword research is the difference between hoping you can rank and knowing you can rank for specific keywords. Not only do you want to know you can rank for keywords but you want to make sure they will be profitable.

In this course, we will go step-by-step through the entire keyword research process including:

  • Generating hundreds of keyword ideas
  • Analyzing which keywords will bring you the highest converting traffic
  • Discovering which keywords you should target
  • Finding out which keywords will make you the most money
  • Using free and premium tools to get the job done quickly
  • Spying on your competition to know if you can outrank them

Whether you want to rank your own website or a website for a client, you must start with keyword research before you move on to other SEO tactics. 

Can you imagine how great it's going to feel to know that you WILL outrank and outperform your competition before you ever get started with SEO?

Enroll now and I'll show you exactly how...

17 of 18 students recommendSee All

Fantastic course! I have spent 2 days researching keywords and trying to find something that could fit my needs. Now I watched this 1hour course and I solved my puzzle.Short videos, to the point, and deep knowledge. Thanks!
Christoffer Gullin

To the Point! thanks!
Great class.





Christine Maisel

Helping Web Design & SEO Startups

Christine is the founder of the Portable Entrepreneur where she directly helps web design and SEO startups through education, coaching and services. 

Christine has been a web designer for nearly 15 years - 10 of which she has been self-employed. Her work has taken her from working for some start-up dot com companies in the early 2000's to working as a contractor for the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense to her own home office.

In her time, she has built 100's of websites and blogs primarily on WordPress and Joomla. Christine has also provided training to individuals and businesses to help them manage their websites on their own with no knowledge of web coding.