Are you searching for a strategy that can generate profitable niche keywords for you?
I mentioned the LongTailPremium tool that I’ve been using for a long time in an earlier post about a micro-niche case study. A detailed review of LongTailPro was overdue. Today, I’ll give you a comprehensive LongTailPro review and demonstrate how to utilize it to locate the best keywords for your blog, niche, or review sites. One of the most difficult aspects of working on a mini blog is identifying the right keywords that will drive traffic, be easy to rank, and generate a lot of revenue.
Let’s take a look at the entire LongTailPro review to see how it may help you.
LongTailPro Review and Specifications:
ong Tail Pro is a keyword research tool that helps site designers find low-competition keywords to help with SEO. Spencer Haws, an internet marketing professional, established it in 2011 after becoming frustrated with the enormous number of tools needed and the time it took to find easy-to-rank terms.
Long Tail Pro allows you to enter seed keywords (up to five at a time) and receive hundreds of different keyword recommendations and variations. You may also use the software to manually examine a list of keywords (if you’ve done your homework) and assess your competitors’ domains to find fresh keywords in your domain.
As I got more experience, I started clicking into individual keywords to conduct a more in-depth competition study on the top Google sites. Long Tail Pro, for example, will offer you the Trust Flow, Citation Flow, External Backlinks, Site Age, and other information about your competition, which I found useful in developing a plan to fight with other high-ranking sites.
This SEO tool is much more than a keyword research tool, as it comes with a slew of additional capabilities. Here are some of the features that will entice you to give it a try right away:
- Make a number of projects.
- Generate keywords using your seed keyword as a starting point. (After reading the review below, you’ll be able to use this feature.)
- Keywords can be exported to an Excel spreadsheet.
- LongTailPro allows you to import keywords.
- Find keywords with a long tail and a high CPC (great for increasing AdSense revenue).
- Look for domain names that are available. (If you’re starting a micro-niche blog, LongTailPro can help you find keyword-rich domain names.)
- Check the rankings of your keywords on Google, Yahoo, and Bing.
- Checker for keyword competition.
- Make a list of your top keywords.
How to Use Long Tail Pro to Conduct Keyword Research
Long Tail Pro is a cloud-based product with a simple and easy setup approach. You’ll have access to the whole suite after signing up, which includes keyword research, rank tracking, backlink analysis, and SERP analysis. In the sections below, I’ll show you how to get started with keyword research using Long Tail Pro.
Add a Project and a Domain to your account.
You’ll need to be organised if you’re undertaking keyword research on a regular basis. Long Tail Pro allows you to establish multiple projects in which you can store keywords and switch between them as needed. This is especially handy if you’re trying to optimise a number of websites.
After you’ve submitted a project, I recommend entering your website URL to get more accurate recommendations based on your domain strength. You’ll also be able to look at important details about your website like trust flow, citation flow, backlink quantity, and referring domains. Keep in mind that each project can only have one domain associated with it.
Long Tail Pro allows you to pull and analyse keywords in a variety of ways. You can enter seed keywords to produce related recommendations (up to 5 seed keywords at a time), enter a list of keywords from another source or obtain seed keywords from your competitors’ domain (up to 200 allowed).
Examine and Sort the Results
Once you have the findings, you can use the Average KC statistic to determine which keywords you might be able to rank for. The KC score is an excellent predictor of keywords that your website might rank for. I’ll go over this in more depth later. We will consider under 35 has low competition.
Advanced filters can be used to focus on certain metrics like KC, specific phrases, search volume, and so on. Filters can be stored and reused across several projects, so they only need to be configured once.
Analysis of Competitors
While the KC score is a good indicator of how easy it is to rank for a given term, you may want to look at more data to get a better picture of your competition. You may accomplish this by looking at the organic search for individual terms. You should concentrate on the following metrics:
- The quality of links pointing to a URL is measured by the Trust Flow.
- Citation Flow: evaluate a URL’s impact based on the number of sites that link to it.
- External Backlinks: the number of links connecting to the page from other websites.
- Site Age: the site’s age.
- Page KC: The Long Tail Pro formula for determining how competitive a page is.
When LTP calculates the total KC score for a keyword, it takes all of these factors into account. As you can see in the screenshot below, the keyword “Long Tail Pro Review” has a KC score of 27, indicating that there is little competition for this term and that you might potentially rank for it with some effort.
Long Tail Pro is one of the best tools for content marketers, including freelancers, bloggers, and small business owners. The software helps you to swiftly find fresh keyword opportunities and assess competition using the KC score, saving you hours of time and effort.
I really like the layout, and I found the product to be really user-friendly. The training videos gave a great overview of how to perform good keyword research and would be very helpful to a beginning.