Earlier this year, I contacted Ben Elder, the creator of Keyword Chef, a keyword research tool that helps you find low-competition keywords, and had this to say:
“Hey, I’m going to use your tool to find a bunch of keywords for new HowToLearnSEO blog posts. How are we going to publish the results as a case study?”
And he agreed.
One of the top selling points of Keyword Chef is that it helps you uncover keywords that are practically guaranteed to rank. His audience is excited about this quality of the device and I wanted to put it to the test.
You can read the full case study here: Ranking in Competitive SEO Niche in 24 Hours
As you will find, Keyword Chef delivered some great results for HowToLearnSEO blog in terms of organic traffic from Google and earning with Ezoic. But these results were not by chance.
As I mentioned in the case study, “About 95% of articles land in the top 10 positions within 24 hours of being published. I have a very specific on-page SEO and content writing process that I use without backlinks.” I follow the content to rank as high as possible. Combining the less-competitive aspects of the keywords I found with Keyword Chef, it was almost guaranteed that I would get faster and rank higher with these articles.
I then explain three important tips on how to approach the content writing process to help your articles rank higher on Google and give several specific on-page SEO strategies you can use to maximize your results. Can do to help.
If you want to get all the details about how I used the Keyword Chef tool to help grow the HowToLearnSEO blog, be sure to read the full case study above.
I am the creator of HowToLearnSEO. I have been fascinated by SEO since 2014 and have spent most of my waking hours consuming SEO content from top professionals in this field. My goal is to share the best tips and news about search engine optimization so that you can drive more traffic to your website.