Okay, it took me a lot of time to figure this shit out.
If you’re using Chrome, you need this plugin: https://keywordseverywhere.com/
All my life I was writing random string into my blog. I didn’t do any research and whatnot, but then I ended up having absolutely no traffic in my blog.
That was a mistake and I learned it the hard way.
When you’ll install the plugin, you’ll get something like this:
When you look closely you see the search Volume and CPC and the competition.
If CPC has monetary value, it has a market.
You don’t want to write on search terms which have no monetary value.
This is just an example, you can find out way more by typing various search terms and look up what people are actually searching for.
I actually hate doing the web research so I continue to make the same mistake.
When you write on search terms that are actually used by other people, you increase your chance of being discovered via Google and other Search Engines.
People who do keyword research know more than I do, but if you stick to search terms that have CPC [cost per click – is value people pay to google in order to gain traffic from Google Ads]
Your blog will become valuable.
Many people don’t know this