Niche specific words can carry more weight for search engines, and even more for people. While some still follow the older methods of keyword usage, here is what really counts.
While some still follow the old SEO strategies for keywords, Google and other search engines have gotten better at ranking relevant and useful pages of information.
Here we will go over the “why” niche specific words help you connect with search engines and, even more important, people.
Choose Your Words Wisely?
Ever notice that it is easier to write about something you know, compared to something you do not? Yeah, makes perfect sense.
Unfortunately, there are many, many people marketing online through affiliate or network marketing programs and opportunities who do not know their own business.
They are not familiar with a particular product they found a huge demand for. They may not have any idea of how the compensation plan flows and all of it’s requirements.
This is why most affiliate and network marketers fail online, they do not know their products, services and opportunities well enough to naturally write the words they need to create the content around them.
Without knowing what you are talking about, you are simply throwing words together that go out just as empty as the page itself when you started writing it. This means absolutely no relevance for search engines or, people in general.
What You say Means Authority…
The reason Google looks keenly upon niche specific words, is because they can spell out your knowledge of that particular subject. This in turn tells them that it will be much more helpful for people.
Google and SEO professionals call this Latent Semantic Indexing. While this is a term used over the last few years, most of us prefer “niche specific words” as are title.
Your vocabulary throughout a specific piece of content should not consist of your keywords every 150 words or so, unless it makes sense to the article. It should consist of good information and, naturally, you will use the niche words you need because you know what you are talking about.
Now you do not need to know too much SEO or, get some degree in writing to create a good piece of content. All you have to do is know what the heck you are talking about.
However, there is a bend in this rule of knowing what you are talking about, content curation. Yes, there is enough content on your subject out there to help you curate some simple articles fast, but don’t copy, just curate.
I Never Plan What To Say Beyond My Title…
I don’t, yet rankings with my personal blog, eBlogger Pro and even this new one here are almost everywhere. But then again, I knew what I was talking about.
Here are some simple steps I follow:
- Find your keyword phrase (preferably long tail)
- Create a good title that has the opportunity of turning heads
- Make sure to create the content in an easy to read structure
- Add images and video
- Just write like you own it!
Your words will flow. All of the niche words will just pop out naturally, trust me, I do it myself constantly without trying. Maybe that is the issue, you are trying to hard. Relax and write what you do know.
When it comes down to targeting the search engines remember, try targeting your audience with good information and watch the niche words flow with authority.