The Definitive Guide to Keyword Research

The Definitive Guide to Keyword ResearchIf you’ve ever wondered:

“How do I find keywords my competition doesn’t know about?”

“How do I know if a keyword is too hard to rank for?”

“What’s the best keyword research tool on the market?”

“Where do I even begin with keyword research after Google Hummingbird?”

Then I’ve got just the thing for you: Keyword Research: The Definitive Guide.

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It’s a comprehensive guide that will show you EXACTLY how to find awesome keywords for your business.

Here’s what you’ll learn in each chapter of Keyword Research: The Definitive Guide:

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247 Comments

Ashley

WOWZA! Someone was reading my mind. I was just trying to search your site for keyword research and all of a sudden get an email with exactly what I needed.

As usual, thanks Brian!

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Brian Dean

Crazy when stuff like that happens, right? You’re not alone, Ashley: keyword research is something a lot of readers
have asked me to write about lately. Enjoy the guide and let me know if you have any questions.

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Meg Cook

Hi Brian! I didn’t realize at first that so much content would beautifully pop-up behind the links to your chapters! I actually thought this was a landing page to pitch a book. To make sure not to lose people, Id put in parenthesis up there above the links (Each link on this list will immediately bring you to the Free Content). Or something like that! Thank you so much for your astonishing content!

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Brian Dean

Thanks Meg! Glad you enjoyed the guide and thanks for your suggestion :-)

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Matt

Brian,
This is awesome, I’ll need some time to work through. One thing I noticed, is the link to Chapter 1 correct? it goes to your link building guide.

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Brian Dean

Thanks Matt. Let me know what you think when you have a chance to go through it. Fixed the link :-)

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Venchito Tampon

I was thinking earlier to create a crowdsourced content about keyword research but when I saw this guide, i think I would never have a chance to outrank this resource. 😀

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Brian Dean

Thanks Venchito. I actually think a crowdsourced piece of content about keyword research would be awesome. Let me know if you want me to contribute to it :-)

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Brian Dean

Thanks Felix. I really appreciate the shares :-)

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nick

HI Brian,
Thanks for this great information and it is very easy to read,understand and follow.

The page design is cool, what tool do you use to produce these pages?

thanks for your great content
Nick

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Brian Dean

Nick, happy to hear that you enjoyed the guide. I actually hired a freelance designer to make the guide for me. Let me know if you have any questions as you go through the guide :-)

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Emrah

Brian,
As always, another great post and easy to follow the content. This guide is a goldmine. How long did it take for you to write this guide?

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Brian Dean

Thanks Emrah! Took about 20 hours to write + 40 hours of work from my designer and web developer. This guide was no joke to create. But I’m hoping that it provides a ton of value to people so that it’s worth it :-)

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Jake

Hi Brian,
I love these guides. Besides the graphics which I assume are custom built, is there something special you use to create the general layout of these? The change in colors, etc. just make these really clear to read – would love to replicate that kind of flow.

Thanks as always!

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Brian Dean

Jake, glad to hear that you’re enjoying these guides. I actually hired a custom designer to design + code each page. Not cheap, but I was really happy with the final product.

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DanskebÄten

Great guide Brian!!
It was really useful to see how i can expand the use of several of the methods I already use.
SEO STT: really gets one started!
Thanks and keep up the good work.

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Brian Dean

Thanks! Glad you learned something new from the guide :-)

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Nick Clark

This is really a fantastic resource. Where did you get the idea of the layout, I’m sure I’ve seen something similar somewhere? 😛

But really, there is a lot of great information the noobs and veterans would like here. Awesome post!

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Brian Dean

Thanks Nick! The idea came from a lot of different sources, like QuickSprout’s Advanced Guides and the great content that Greg Ciotti at Help Scout publishes.

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