Ranking of the 6 most accurate keyword research tools

Posted by Jeff_Baker In January 2018, Brafton launched a massive organic keyword targeting campaign, over 90,000 words of published blog content. Did it work? Well, yes. We have doubled the total number of keywords we are classifying in less than six months. Using our advanced keyword research and topic writing process released earlier this year, we also increased our organic traffic by 45% and the number of keywords ranked among the top ten results by 130%. But we have a lot more than just traffic. From planning to performance and performance monitoring, we meticulously recorded every aspect of the project. I'm talking about the number of blog words, MarketMuse performance scores, SEO scores on the page, days indexed on Google. You call him, we registered him. As a by-product of this survey, we were able to establish juicy correlations between our target keyword rankings and variables that could affect and predict these rankings. But specifically for this piece ... To what extent can keyword search tools predict where you are going to rank. A bit of history We created a list of keywords that we wanted to target in blogs based on optimal combinations of search volume, organic difficulty scores, clutter SERP and research intent. We then wrote a blog article targeting each individual keyword. We have planned for each new blog content to rank the target keyword by itself. With our list of keywords in hand, my colleague and I manually created content notes explaining how we would like each blog article to be written to maximize the chances of ranking for the target keyword. Here is an example of a typical brief we would give to a writer: This image is linked to an example of content that Brafton delivers to authors. Between mid-January and the end of May, we ended up writing 55 blog posts, each targeting 55 unique keywords. 50 of these articles were ranked among the top 100 Google results. We then stopped and took a snapshot of the ranking position of each URL for its target keyword and the corresponding organic difficulty scores of Moz, SEMrush, Ahrefs, SpyFu and KW Finder. We also took the PPC competition scores from the Keyword Planner Tool. Our intention was to establish statistical correlations between our keyword ranking and the organic difficulty score of each tool. With this data, we were able to determine how accurately each tool…

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11 Content Preservation and Collaboration Tools to Save Time

Editor's note: You may have missed the original version of this article a few years ago. We share today the updated version of Aaron, as more efficient team work is a constant need for content marketers . As content marketers, we have some work to do. pretty hard. Unfortunately, when we add all the curating, collecting and collaborating services needed for large-scale engagement, surpassing is a euphemism. Yet, organization and collaboration are essential. And not just for internal research. In a landslide, social media is at the top of the list of content types that B2C (96%) and B2B (94%) marketers report using. The problem is that marketing on social networks Without curation, we inevitably pack our feeds with a promotion after launch. And, without collaboration, we end up being echo chambers of our trends - rather than a diverse repertoire of opinion leaders. says @AaronOrendorff. Click to Tweet When Content Marketing Institute and MarketingProfs asked B2B marketers what prevented them from developing a large-scale content marketing strategy, the two biggest hurdles were a "small team" (67). %). ) and "lack of time" (44%): The question is: how to create a system to collaborate on content that do not require more people or waste your time? The answer lies in these 11 tools. HAND-ASSOCIATED CONTENT: How to Manage Content Like a Pro: 8 Lessons [Examples] Your Most Powerful Assets with this 3-Stage Hardening Process [19659017] 1. Quuu Before You Go 39, enter Quuu, let me avoid an objection: "How Evernote is not it No. 1?" Two reasons. First, because most of us already use Evernote for content marketing, including one that would not be revolutionary. Second, mastering Evernote can be intimidating and it's not a platform with which I can speak with expertise. What I can say is the desire to automate social sharing without losing human contact. Using @quuu_co to automate social sharing without losing human contact, says @AaronOrendorff. Click to Tweet Enter Quuu. Quuu is the first human-designed social sharing automation tool designed for humans. Here's how it works: The Quuu community submits unique social posts via Quuu Promote to categories that are reviewed by the Quuu editorial board to ensure quality. These messages are then automatically shared between your connected social accounts - Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook - or you can ask Quuu to send you daily suggestions to find you quickly. Automatic sharing and suggestions are…

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752,626 Facebook ads analyzed, a case study on the growth of e-commerce, new social media tools and much more!

There is still in the social media marketing industry that it can be difficult to keep abreast of the latest news and information. Constant changes on Facebook and Instagram algorithms for the silent growth of LinkedIn and the launch of IGTV on Instagram, marketers and businesses have their hands full. That's why we created what we call " Minisodes ". social media. The episodes are 10 to 15 minute shows where we cover all the latest news on social media marketing that you need to know as a business. Join more than 16,000 merchant colleagues and business owners every week to keep you up-to-date on the latest news, trends and ideas! This week we cover a large study that analyzed over 750,000 listings on Facebook. an electronic trademark has generated thousands of emails and subscribers, our new favorite social media tools and many more. Let's Enter Live How to listen : iTunes | Google Play | SoundCloud | Stitcher | RSS What You'll Learn in This Episode What follows is a slightly modified transcript of the conversation between Hailley Griffis and Brian Peters. Running out of time? No problem! Here are four points to keep in mind: How social media contests can help your brand get the boost you're looking for Top 5 ads from over 750,000 Facebook ads social media tools you can try today in 2018 Essential resources of the episode How an ecommerce company has generated more than 41,000 emails and 10K social media subscribers - Viper Results and Reviews from over 75,000 Facebook Ads - AdEspresso 26 Tools and Apps for Social Media Marketers - Social Media Examiner How to Sell on Instagram [complete podcast transcript] Brian : Hello everyone! I am Brian Peters and here is the science of social media, a podcast of Buffer. Your weekly sandbox for stories, ideas, experimentation and learning on social media. Hailley : Welcome to the episode # 104! I am Hailley Griffis and today we have a packed show. Really excited for this one. Many great articles have been published in the marketing industry this week and we share the most important points of all these articles. Brian : Facebook ads to the favorite email generation social media tools on the market, it's the one you will not want to miss. Let's start the show! Hailley : A marketing strategy that seems to thrive in so many different…

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50 of the Best Social Media Tools Selected by Top Marketers

Editor's Note: You may have missed this article when CMI published it in 2016. It was updated because we know that our readers still love the media tool. Let's be honest, social media is a jungle. Forget the flow of applications, integrations and add-ons, just figuring out which network you need to invest in is impressive. And if you could ask a question to today's online marketers:, desert island, can not I live without a favorite? " That's what I did, along with their main social media tool and their reason for loving it." 1. Instagram [19659006] Ann Handley, c Hief Content Officer, MarketingProfs "Instagram is my favorite social network because of its simplicity of social narration. From fun personal accounts - such as Small Chalk and Adam Padilla - to corporate brands, it connects more immediately and more deeply than other platforms. I still have not forgiven them the introduction of an algorithm. (Chronological was so much more in line with the philosophy of the platform.) But I can not leave you, Insta. " . @ Instagram is my favorite social network because of its social simplicity, says @annhandley Click to tweet RELATED CONTENT: 4 tips to engage Instagram Content [Examples] 2. Twitter Joe Pulizzi, Founder, Content Marketing Institute "I use social media as a simple vehicle of response. And I will not launch any new apps, platforms, or social media tools until I get 100% committed. My goal with Twitter is to stay in touch and convey my appreciation to the people who support me. Once my audience is established on these platforms, my goals and execution have changed. " 3. Stamp Joanna Wiebe, creator, Copy Hackers " Buffer. Three Reasons (1) You can install a browser widget that allows you to buffer any page or image you encounter to be sent immediately or later. (2) his inbox content: I can grab the URL of a favorite blog and Buffer instantly creates a huge list of tweets from this blog. (3) The company is transparent. I do not expect each company to publish what it earns compared to what it pays for, but it's a warm-hearted approach to helping disconnected people like me to see the humans behind a software company. " 4. BuzzSumo Neil Patel, entrepreneur and influencer, NeilPatel.com " With BuzzSumo, you can see what's hot in your space on social media and what is not.…

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