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Why Keywords Are Important For SEO- How to Rank for Your Business Name on Google

First, we'll talk about what a keyword is in terms of SEO, then go over some guidelines on which ones you should be looking for in order to rank well. Then I'll give tips on how to get started with using them as well as strategies that can help you optimize your content. Finally, I'll show you an easy way to find out if your efforts are paying off by doing a quick Google search!

What are keywords?
Keywords are search terms that people type in to find websites, blogs, and articles on the internet.

Keywords are necessary for SEO success and can be used to attract potential customers and clients to your business, even if they don't know that your company exists! The more people there are searching for a product or service on the internet, the higher chance you have of being found.

But how do you know what keyword someone is looking for?
You have to do a little research first and read through some of their other search results. Once you see what they clicked on and then compare that to your ideas for content, you can find out which words they may have searched for but didn't find in the posts they were looking at.

If your content is more relevant to what they are looking for, then your website will be found instead of others'. You have to do a little research first and see what's been clicked on from their search results. Once you know that, then you can figure out which words they may have searched for but didn't find in the post.
Finding keywords to put in your business is a lot like finding the perfect mate. You need to be specific but also engaged enough in what you're doing that you can find common ground with someone who's looking for something similar to what you're offering.

To find keywords, think about some of the things your business offers, and then do a search for related terms. The search results should let you know how many people have typed those words when searching for something like what your company offers.
It's important to get really specific with your keywords and not just rely on general ones like "business" or "food". Instead, hone in on one specific aspect of your company or specialize in a certain area of interest or topic.

A good place to start with finding keywords is by using your business name as a keyword. For example, if you're an electrician and want to rank for that name, research the number of searches that are done each month for "electrician near me" or "best electricians in town."

There are also services available that allow you to find words related to your business by listing out words that people may use when looking for what you sell. For example, if you own a car dealership business, then you may list out car-related keywords such as "cars under 20k," "used cars," or "best-used cars." You can see how these words are very different and would help a lot in creating content.

One of the first steps to take when optimizing content for a keyword is to add it to your on-page title tag. This is a small but important step that will help Google crawl and index your post. It's also possible to add keywords in the URL, meta description, and title of an article which will also contribute to better ranking. We'll go over how to do this using WordPress below.

To Add Keyword to your BloomiDesigned Website:
1) Log into your website
2) Click on the "Settings" Tab
3) Add your keyword(s).
4) Click "Save"

To see if your efforts are paying off, you can search your website on Google by typing in "site:" This will give you a list of all the pages that Google has indexed with links to them. If you rank for the keyword you're optimizing for on this page, then your efforts may be paying off!

If you're having trouble ranking for your business name on Google, it may be time to start thinking about using some of the strategies mentioned in this article. It's never too late to optimize content and add keywords that will help drive customers from search engines directly into your marketing funnel or website! So what are you waiting for? Get started today with these

- Kristie
Owner/Designer of BloomiDesign