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“At this point, you might have gotten your desired domain for maximum Google benefits. This means that your website is probably ranked on the first pages of this famous search engine.”
Either that or you have finally succeeded in ranking in the first two pages after countless tries. But there is a problem. Your website seems to be lacking the web traffic that it actually needs to gain any revenue.
The keyword that you have based your website on does not seem to have the capacity to draw in a lot of web crowd, and your business is bearing the brunt of it all.
This is one of the few drawbacks that you will come across in micro niche blogging. You might be tempted to settle for a single keyword phrase in targeting your desired clientele but this is something that you absolutely must not do.
In other words, there is more to having pertinent keywords for your website than just ranking high on Google. Your website needs to target long-tail keywords or phrases that people are most likely to type in when searching for their desired items – items that your website claims to offer them.
You need to put yourself in your customer’s shoes if you want a semblance of what and how they might choose to search.
For this you need to generate a long list of keywords that you think will draw visitors (and potential customers that hope to get what they are looking for from you) to your website. The reason that you should use long-tail keywords is that you are apt to gain momentum in your marketing endeavors this way and from the first try.
“Make sure that you do this for all the content you feature on your site. Remember it will serve you better if you include more long- tail keywords that consist of three phrases than trying to target a single hot phrase.”