How To Find Keywords In Google: Lesson 9

Welcome to the post on ‘How To Find Keywords In Google’, which is lesson 9 of the free series of making money online! This is part of the Level 1 Free Training Series on Getting Paid Working Online, which essentially you teaches step-by-step on how you can make money online.

Lesson 9 is a very important component of your journey in making money online because it touches upon the keywords and how you can find the right keywords to put in your content.  You’ll see in the list below, which lesson we are at the moment. The table of content for this current lesson is below – you can use it as a navigation tool to move around this post.


Lesson 1 – Starting The Online Marketing Business

Lesson 2 – How Does Making Money Online Work

Lesson 3 – Finding Your Niche Business

Lesson 4 – How To Create A Niche Website

Lesson 5 – How To Make Your Website Look Better

Lesson 6 – How To Get My Website In Google

Lesson 7 – Create Blogpost in WordPress

Lesson 8 – How To Edit Menus in WordPress

Lesson 9 – How To Find Keywords in Google  <<<< This is where we are

Lesson 10 – Congrats On Completing The First Level – Now, Moving To Level 2

Here's what you'll learn in Level 1: 
> How you can get involved in the community right away 
> Understand how to generate revenue online 
> Start making goals for your future - financial and personal 
> Get immediate access to over 590,000 niches 
> Start picking your NICHE for your online business 
> BUILD you own website with YOUR niche! 
> Grasp how you can make the best out of your website using WordPress 
> Learn a great way to make your website friendly with search engines 
> Make great quality content for you online business that is ranked in search engines 
> Learn how to search for great keywords 
> Create you own list of keywords for your Niche website

Lesson 9: How To Find Keywords In Google

By now, you’ve heard of SEOs. We discussed this in lesson 6 and in other lessons as well. We got our website in a place where we are ready for search engines and we even have our first content published.

Now is the time start writing content, but more importantly using the ‘right keywords’ so that we can place ourselves higher in search engines. In the previous lesson, you made custom menus and learned to organize your website. Now, we’re going to build your knowledge on keywords so you can have your online business thriving!

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Table of Contents:

What is a Keyword?

To put in simply, a keyword is what describes your post or content accurately. It’s also a word/s that you want Google to rank you with when people search those word/s.

Take a look at this here – I just made a quick search in Google about improving your writing. 

What I type in Google to search for what I was looking for is a ‘keyword’. When I search that keyword – it’ll provide me tons and tons of different results that is related to what I was looking for. 

These are all the results in the 1st page of Google. If I am to do more research into this, I’m much more likely to click on this page than any other pages. 

You probably already understood SEO in the previous lesson, but this is why ranking is so important! You can drive traffic and revenue into your business when you have your page ranked!

How to find the right keyword?

Now you understand keywords, you start working on implementing good keywords into your own content. 

Before you start researching on keywords, think of these things:

  • What kind of searches do I want people to find me from?
  • For those searches, what words are they most likely to use?
  • What are some phrases or questions that could arise from those searches?

It’s important to think through these questions before you start doing research. Remember the goal is to drive traffic, but also RELEVANT traffic. 

You don’t want someone that’s looking to buy hamburgers end up in a blanket shop! That won’t serve the purpose and it will harm you long term with the SEOs. Search engines are getting smarter everyday, so genuine, authentic and relevant content will provide stable flow of traffic. 

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A lot times I see irrelevant content or keywords used. This is something that you absolutely want to avoid! 

Now, we will get into helping you with searching some keywords for your niche website

From here on, every post or content you make in your website has to focus on a keyword! We will get to how you can do that below from a keyword tool Jaaxy. 

Understanding Jaaxy

Jaaxy is actually a super useful tool that provides YOU all the different keywords that are being used so that you can see which keyword suits best for you!

This is a tool that’ll you will already have built in when you are registered for my recommended platform to help you build your website. 

Go sign up right now for free access, if you haven’t so you can get started with searching keywords!

Once you have that ready, we will work on having you do some search into the Jaaxy keyword tool built in. This tells you which keyword are being searched the most, how many other posts already have this keyword and more importantly, if this is a viable keyword that you can use!

Let’s have you try it so you can better understand it. Go over where it says ‘research’ in the upper tab:

Once you go there, it’ll take you to a research tool. Here’s an example when I searched on ‘how to improve your writing’. 

See how it not only provides what you searched for, but also gives you so many other ideas? 

You want to have options. You see, especially as you’re just starting out, you don’t want to use keywords that are highly competitive. The keyword that I used has a high traffic and searches, but it also has too much competition. 

You see how the QSR is too high? It’s better to add a few phrases and use ‘how to improve your writing skills and grammar’ than the previously used keyword. 

Before we go further, let me quickly also explain what all the terms in the search means: 

Keyword: The phrase that users type into to find what they are looking for.

Average: The average number of searches that keyword receives per month.

Traffic: Visits to your website if you achieve first page rankings in search engines

QSR: This stands for 'Quoted Search Results' meaning the number of competing
websites ranked in Google for this exact keyword.

KQI: This stands for 'Keyword Quality Indicator' - so the color green is great, 
the color yellow is Okay and the color red is poor.

SEO: A score given to you based on traffic and competition, the higher the score, 
the more likely you will rank for this keyword on the first page. It's ranked from 
1-100 and the higher your number, the better. 

Domains: Availability of domains that are related to your keyword.

So even though it might be tempting to put in a lot of keywords that have higher ‘averages’, if you’re starting out, your potential traffic will be eaten by your competition. It’s super important that you stick with finding lower QSR and higher SEOs. 

Try out a few keywords yourself related to your niche. If you need a hand or have questions, leave a comment or reach out to my in my profile

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Best Practices for Keyword

Hopefully you were able to find a few keyword and get the hang of it in the keyword tool. Don’t worry, you’ll get the little nuances of the strategies with practice and more importantly as you go through future lessons. 

I do want to point out a few tips and tricks though so that you really get the most out it from the beginning. 

Tip 1: Find Keywords that make sense!

You’ll notice as you try out different keywords that sometimes you’ll find keywords that are ‘in the green’ and ranked very high, but they don’t make sense. Avoid these keywords!

Try to find other good keywords that makes grammatical sense. The keywords that don’t make sense will make it very awkward for readers and it’s likely that it’ll lead to a great amount of exits from your website. 

Remember, good content and logical content is always the key!

Tip 2: Find QSRs that are under 100!

As you get more experienced and once you have a larger content in your website, you can try to beat the competition. But as someone that is just starting out, you want to make sure you compete with as less people as possible. 

Make sure you only select QSRs that are below 100 for keywords. Anything above that, forget it for now. Just look for another keyword. 

Tip 3: Find Averages over 30!

This is another important one. Remember traffic is key for your website?

Well, in order to get traffic, you need to find keywords that people are searching for. If no one is searching your keyword, it doesn’t matter how good of a content you have, no one will come read it!

Having at least 30 searches will allow you to make sure you get a certain flow of traffic for that particular keyword.

Tip 4: Don’t go for super high Averages!

Just as how you need to find averages above 30, you also don’t want averages that are over a 1000. It’s better to have averages that are a little lower so you target a smaller niche – and more importantly quality niche. 

Okay, now you are clear with keywords and how to find them, I want you to find 5 keywords right now. Think about what kind of content you want to have for your website and research them accordingly. 

Remember to not skip this step – it’s an important tool to make sure you take action towards your online journey. 

Last task for you in this lesson…

Remember to sign up your profile for free in the Wealthy Affiliate platform if you haven’t already! This gives you all the tools necessary and this is how all these successful online business owners got their learning. 

In the next lesson, we will help you with upgrading your profile to ‘Premium’ so that you can get access to level 2 and beyond while being mentored by the best of best. 

That’s the END of Lesson 9!

Great work on finishing this lesson and getting very close to finishing level 1! I’m excited to see you for the final lesson and more importantly to see your success in your online journey. I’ll be your personal coach helping you every step of the way.

Remember all of the 10 lessons of level 1 is part of the free training series in Get Paid Working Online which I learned from Wealthy Affiliate. Feel free to ask me any questions as you begin your journey. 

Lesson 1 - Starting The Online Marketing Business
Lesson 2 - How Does Making Money Online Work
Lesson 3 - Finding Your Niche Business
Lesson 4 - How To Create A Niche Website
Lesson 5 - How To Make Your Website Look Better
Lesson 6 - How To Get My Website In Google
Lesson 7 - Create Blogpost in WordPress
Lesson 8 - How To Edit Menus in WordPress
Lesson 9 - How To Find Keywords in Google
Lesson 10 - Congrats On Completing The First Level - Now, Moving To Level 2

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2 thoughts on “How To Find Keywords In Google: Lesson 9”

  1. When I was going through the training, I found it hard to find keywords that meet the criteria of low competition. I think for new people that are going through the training, they may have the same issue too. Any suggestions from you?

    • Thanks for your question Patricia. The keyword research tool Jaaxy will give you tons of ideas as well so one way to figure out a low competition keyword is by looking around related keywords that you find in Jaaxy.

      You can also go through this series here in my website. It’s about building unlimited content while also seeking out for good low competition keywords – start off with Lesson 1 and it could give you a good start.

      The great thing about the platform is that I’ll also be your personal coach 1-1 so feel free to contact meclick here to sign up if you haven’t yet.


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