Once you have a solid list of related keywords, you can export the results to an Excel sheet to filter, search, and browse thousands of suggestions.
3. Make Sure Your Website is 100% Mobile-Responsive
Google switched to a mobile-first indexing strategy back in July of 2019.
If your website isn’t mobile-centric, all the SEO for content marketers in the world won’t help you earn space in the search results.
Every page on your site must be 100% optimized for mobile browsers which includes:
- Using high-resolution images
- Ensuring readers don’t have to scroll to the right to see all the content
- Hyperlinks large enough to tap without accidentally tapping something else
4. Meta Matters
Your metadata tells both Google bots and potential visitors what your post is about. Make sure to optimize
- Meta title
- Meta description
- Slug (the URL)
- WordPress tags
- Image ALT text
Google’s bots will crawl the metadata to decide how to rank your page. Meanwhile, visitors will see some of this information in the search results, including image search results.
5. Include Google’s Related Questions and Suggestions
SEO for content marketers works best when it comes straight from the horse’s mouth.
Simply type your keyword into Google and scroll down to check out the related searches for additional semantic keywords like “weightlifting exercises,” “weightlifting training,” and “weightlifting equipment.”
The “People also ask” section gives you some more awesome content ideas: