If you are familiar enough with the world of blogging, you will be familiar with advice regarding the importance of keyword research before writing an article. It cannot be denied that keyword research is one of the factors in bringing in visitors easily from search engines like Google.
But the problem is, does every article you publish have to go through keyword research with a certain number of searches?
This question has more or less influenced my activities when blogging. However, as time passed, the experience and knowledge of other bloggers, I realized something. What’s that?
That you don’t have to do detailed keyword research every time you want to write an article.
Indeed, by doing keyword research, the article is likely to appear on the first page of search engines. In fact, the best news is that articles can occupy the top 3 positions in search engines.
However, it is not easy to do keyword research every time you write an article. The problem arises because almost every main keyword has child keywords. So, if you calculate it mathematically, there are only a small number of articles that can be written for a blog.
If you are able to write an article with researched keywords of more than 2000-3000 words then please use this method. However, if it turns out that you are only able to write an article under 1000 words, don’t get hung up on detailed keyword research.
Article lengths above 2000-3000 words have a high probability of occupying the first page of search engines. It can even be difficult for competitors to beat it. So this condition makes the monthly income from the blog stable. However, writing a long article like that takes hours. As a result, in a month you may only be able to write less than 10 articles.
An article length of under 1000 words is not a guarantee of getting a first page position on search engines. However, if you are able to increase the number of blog articles to hundreds or thousands then the number of visitors will definitely be high. Apart from that there is no problem with how to make it.
Another convenience of the second method is that you simply do keyword research based on existing searches and not many searches. So if your article is unique and original it will definitely bring in visitors too. Even if your blog has been monetized with a money-making program such as Google Adsense, Infolinks, or other programs. Then this traffic can bring in a stable income every month.
So, do you want to write an article by choosing a keyword research method with a certain number of searches in detail or just a keyword research method provided there are internet users looking for it?