Ahrefs, the tool I mentioned above, is an all-around amazing SEO tool. You can use it for keyword research, competitive research, to build backlinks and much more. But for now, let’s talk about other ways to find more keyword ideas.
We can help you consolidate pages, improve internal linking and redirect old pages to new pages without hurting your marketing automation. Use keyword research to create highly relevant page URLs and subdirectories. However, if you REALLY want to get serious about your SEO and maximize your keyword spread, you should consider creating a keyword matrix. And we’ll get to all that, but for now let’s talk about how to use it to easily and quickly perform ecommerce keyword research.
A time-sensitive, news topic block appearing at the top of the results page. Shows, typically 3, local businesses and a Google map and is dominate on mobile. Images were also important and surpassed video results appearing in 51.09% of global searches and in 41.68% of US searches. For the 15 features analyzed reviews were number 1 appearing in 57.93% of global searches and in 62.03% of US searches. We also do so visually, making it more appealing and easy to browse. Your home page should link to all your major category pages, and potentially even some of your best product pages as well. If your site already has less-than-ideal structure, don’t go moving around pages until you’ve consulted with an SEO expert.
As you can imagine, if you have hundreds or thousands of products, this could take a loooong time. …and Amazon spits out autofill suggestions like dachshund gifts, shirts, stuffed animals, etc.
These are all keyword ideas — put them in a Google spreadsheet to keep for later. But if they’re searching “Asus VivoBook E200HA”, they’re probably shopping around for the best deal on that exact laptop — which means they’re much more likely to buy. For example, someone searching for “best laptop” is probably still in the research phase — they may not be ready to buy. They’re likely to be reading product reviews and comparing features and benefits. I hope by now you understand why Google is one of the best marketing channels. Now let’s assume you have a conversion rate of 10% (pretty low for a high buyer-intent keyword; more on buyer intent in the research section).