If you're looking to rank well for a competitive phrase like "health insurance," you must be proficient in SEO and have plenty of patience and time to achieve it.
If you select more competitive search terms, you may be capable of ranking for them in a matter of days with little effort.
They are still the words that bring in sales and traffic and are easily found by using Ubersuggest.
To be precise, how long it will take to be ranked for any particular keyword is likely dependent on many factors, such as your domain's authority, the current organic traffic, and the time of your website.
Yet, regardless of all that, some terms are relatively simple to rank for, provided you know where to look for these keywords.
Are you ready?
Click here to Ubersuggest and search for a keyword-relevant to your area of expertise. Select search.
The overview will include the term. It will inform you how many people are searching for this phrase every month, and it will also break down the number of users who search for it on mobile and desktops.
The next step is to go to the navigation on the left then click on the word ideas'.
You'll see an overview of the keywords, volumes, and the like. These are keywords that are related to the one that you entered. You'll also find tabs that display additional keyword suggestions.
However, you must search for and click on the link that says, "Page 1 Ranking Potential."
If you enter your domain, you'll see what keywords you could achieve.
What a fantastic idea!
Once you've got the list, search for keywords with a higher than 100 clicks, a high price per click, and low SEO difficulty, and appropriate to your site.
Ideally, you'd want to use keywords that people search for and that are well-converting (hence the cost per click) which are simple to rank for and will bring your visitors interested in the services you provide.
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