AdWords is and will still continue to be the king of keyword research. Why? Simply because a majority of online internet users are avid fans of Google’s search engine. Hence, keywords generated by AdWords are actually based on real-life search queries.
Be that as it may, did you know that you can benefit immensely from a little keyword research in your spare time? Yep, by simply dedicating a couple of minutes a day (say on your coffee break), you can find some great keywords to later incorporate into content for your online jewelry store. So here are the top keyword sources you can look for as little as 5 minutes a day!
Normally, when you key in words in the search bar, Google brings tries to complete your given query. In fact, it’s been doing this for a couple of years now and we’ve always thought it was pretty neat. Except for some weird autocompletes like when you type ‘I hate it when…’ and then Google goes a little crazy and auto replies with ‘when I’m studying and a velociraptor throws bananas on me.
Well, the great thing about the autocomplete algorithm is that it is based on actual user queries. Though the suggestions will vary depending on the language being used as well as the geographical location. All in all, autocomplete is a pretty awesome way to figure out what keywords people are using in their searches.
In fact, here are a number of reasons why autocomplete is quite reliable for jewelry stores
- It highlights what people are searching for based on the subject matter. In this case, we’re talking about an online jewelry store.
- The suggestions are usually longtail, meaning you’ve got a higher variety of keywords.
- The most popular search terms will always be ranked first, meaning that you’ll know what people are thinking about firsthand.
So how do you go about getting keywords? All you simply do is key in a specific keyword like ‘ornaments’ and you’ll instantly receive the latest autocomplete queries.
MetaGlosssary works in a pretty simple way. All you have to do is simply type in your main keyword in the search dialogue box and you’ll find a number of definitions. You’ll also see related terms, which is what we are going to use. These related terms can be utilized as keywords, and can further provide more options for you to extend your keyword research. It’s as simple as that.
Most of us have always seen Wikipedia as a massive online encyclopedia where you can get noteworthy information pertaining to a given person, object, or subject. But did you know that you can also use Wikipedia to improve your keyword research?
In fact, you can do so in the following ways:
- Using the search engine, google for instance online jewelry store alongside Wikipedia. The first organic search will be related to your topic in Wikipedia
- Then open the Wikipedia entry and in the first paragraphs, you can utilize phrases as longtail keywords
- You can further check the table of contents in Wikipedia to look for keywords.
Here’s a fun fact; Wikipedia is ranked the 6th most popular website in the world, all without using any advertising! Simply because they have one of the most solid keyword use of all websites. Which goes to show you that people are more inclined to finding information rather than just read meaningless content!
RELATED SEARCHES ON GOOGLE
Google search still has numerous benefits to improve your keyword research. Apart from the autocomplete option, you can also utilize the Google related search to find some essential keywords. All you need to do is key in a given keyword, ignore the SERP, and scroll all the way down to the search related suggestions. These can serve as great keyword options!
And there you have it. I hope this really brings into perspective the amazing ways in which you can creatively look up keywords for your online jewelry store. You can even do it during your lunchbreak! That being said, if you’d like to improve your keyword research and campaign with AdWords, feel free to book a detailed consultation with 4spotMarketing today!