If you've been enjoying Stoney's series of articles on keyword research and organization, you may have found yourself rethinking your own keyword strategy. If so, you might be looking for some more ideas on how to start building out those lists.

Stoney gives a great overview of how to find and identify core terms in part two of his series, but you also might want to check out a recent post by Brad Geddes offering up thirteen places you might go for more keyword ideas.


October 21, 2008





Jennifer Laycock is the Editor of Search Engine Guide, the Social Media Faculty Chair for MarketMotive and offers small business social media strategy & consulting. Jennifer enjoys the challenge of finding unique and creative ways to connect with consumers without spending a fortune in marketing dollars. Though she now prefers to work with small businesses, Jennifer’s clients have included companies like Verizon, American Greetings and Highlights for Children.





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Jennifer Laycock is awesome! I am awriter and I am trying to learn about keywords. I am one of those who have a hard time putting the pen and paper down! My kids taught me how to E-MAIL a few years ago! I still have to learn how to get something from Word to e-mail! Anyway, Jennifer makes this computer stuff SO EASY for me to understand, or at least get an idea of. Thanks. Not sure what I am subscribing to here, but it is surely something helpful. Thank you so much! Robin Shane

Thank you for speaking plain, clearly understood English. I am a web content writer and my biggest frustration is with the authors who write on SEO. What on earth does 'canonical redirection' mean to the average reader? I have learned a lot from your well-written and insightful articles. Keep up the good work.

Ya I also read that post which is wrote by Mr. Stoney deGeyter, I think keyword research is most important thing for seo, If you are targeting 10 keywords for your site, then it must have high density & low competition, it will be very easy to increase your site's serp.

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