You might have heard of bookmarklets before. Bookmarklets live in your browser bookmarks bar or folders, but instead of taking you to the same URL each time, they can do magical things!
Before you go writing me, you can get search volume data in Google Search Console with https://keywordseverywhere.com/ Also, these were not banned keywords from Google Keyword Planner, they were just trending and haven’t had their volume updated.
This note is super simple and is based on a recent announcement by Google. As of last week (early April 2021) Google now recognizes regular expressions (regex) for querying search console. I’ll teach you how to find longtail, high impression keywords that are easy to rank for.
Google loves jump links because they create a better experience by taking users directly to the specific section of content that answers their question — preventing the user from sifting through all of the content to get to their answer.
This next tip is something I stumbled across when I was doing a blog refresh and trying to get a featured snippet for a client was ranking #2. What I wanted to know, was what my featured snippet was going to look like when I got it. Here’s how you can preview your featured snippet.
Why you should read this post: at the end and I’ll show you a DR 11 site that has a page getting 5000+ visits a month with a $1000 traffic value. I found it using this technique and it only took a few minutes.
Watch the full episode here:
When I first saw this slide deck before the episode, I thought it was Kyle’s secret sauce. I was so happy to be exposed to it, then two weeks later he mentioned it on SEO Fight Club, so it’s fair game for me to share!
It’s a Reverse Silo or “virtual silo” it’s something I offer to every site I work on since learning about it and it’s something I can tell you works and it is pure money!
Ok, so thanks for making it this far. I promise this’ll be worth it.
So the trick here is to put an asterisk: