Using Keyword Research
DDDDD. A Pong Phrase. Just a quick way to remember the meaning of the Keyword Research, which many marketers nowadays will not bother to think about. And yet, for keyword researchers, it is quite important to remember.
While writing the key phrases for your Keyword Research, DDDdDD can be a good start. It doesn’t matter if you are trying to find out the keywords that are most likely to be searched by the customers searching for your product or service. Or even finding out what sort of content will be most likely to be posted on those pages. And of course, all of these things, as well as any other thing, are dependent on what you want to accomplish with your Keyword Research.
DDDDD. Then again, many Keyword Research applications may have issues using this phrase, especially when used on a page that does not include ‘keywords’ at all. (No, I’m not talking about Google AdWords.) Thus, this phrase may only be used as an accompanying phrase for another phrase that is common with a good number of searches, not something that should be the focus of the search. In fact, some directories don’t even recognize this phrase, since Google changed their database to only use the phrases that are usually used with Keyword Research.
But to know how to use it, you must first understand what it is. The key phrase is not supposed to be used as the main keyword of the Page. In fact, in Google and Yahoo, you will never see any Keyword Research in the Search Results, unless it’s part of a single phrase or one word. In order to use this phrase with those two, you simply use this phrase as the number one word on the Page. So, for example, if you wanted to find out the phrases that people are using to search for “Plumber” on Google, you could type in these words, a lot of times, but would just have to use them one by one: plumber, plumber services, plumbing service, plumbing jobs, plumbing jobs, etc. So, at least the first half of your search is done, and you are sure that the results will contain what you want.
The problem comes up when the phrase “dddddd” shows up as a synonym for the one you are searching for. So, for example, if you were searching for “water fountains”, but the words are spelled in an unusual way, such as maui, maio, kaia, etc., then the synonym for water fountains would be water fountains. This would be “water fountain”. This would show up as the search phrase.
Now, to avoid such occurrences, you can just go back to the second step, and insert this phrase into your Keyword Research with the number one word. So, you type in the phrase and hit “enter”. A new window will appear, that will list the words you typed in. So you can also search for the term “water fountains” in that window, and if you are lucky, it should bring up the word “water fountain”.
To make sure that you actually found the words that you typed in, you can either scroll down and use your mouse to look for them, or do a search in the Search Bar. I prefer the latter, since there are only so many searches that you can make, before the search results get really boring.
One thing that you need to be careful about is the repetition of the phrase in your Keyword Research. I know that it seems like you can get away with it, but there is no escaping it. And, in my opinion, it makes sense to make it so that the phrases are longer, rather than shorten them. As someone who specializes in keyword research, I am no stranger to the infamous dd DDDDD phrase.
My advice is to stick to using it once. You can always move on to the next one, but you are better off being creative, and really thinking creatively, rather than playing it safe.