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Today we’re going to go over what each piece of information means in the Keyword Analyzer tool on Bramework.

Keyword Analyzer Statistics and Information on Bramework

On Brameworks’ Keyword Analyzer, you’ll notice four Results, a Trends’ chart, Keyword Ideas, Related Questions, and the top ten web pages ranking for that particular keyword.

2nd Step_ Select Keyword Research Tab

1. Keyword Results

Below are the different stats that you’ll get at the very top of the Keyword Analyzer page on Bramework.

5th Step_ Review the keyword results Trends and see if they are worth writing about 1

Volume

This is the average number of times a particular keyword phrase is searched each month. 

Tip: The minimum volume recommended to write a post is 50. If you go below 50, you may not get enough traffic to your website. Above 100,000 there’s too many people searching the keyword and it’s harder to find your website. Stay out of the red!

Competition

This is the estimated competition level for paid search. The information lets you know how difficult it is to pay for traffic instead of getting targeted traffic to your website organically. 

Tip: The lower the number, the lower the cost to advertise on search engines.

Difficulty 

This section shows the difficulty to outrank a post currently sitting in one of the top 10 positions organically ranked for this keyword on search engines like Google. 

Tip: The lower this number, the easier it is to outrank the competition organically. The difficulty is based on a range between 0 to 100.

Results/SERP

This shows the number of results on search engines for your keyword. 

Tip: The lower this number is, the easier it is to get a first page ranking on search engines with a well-written and highly optimized blog post.

2. Trends

The trends section shows the average number of searches for this keyword over the last 12 months. 

7th Step_ Select NEW POST or SAVE KEYWORD

Tip: It can take 3 to 6 months for a blog post to reach its maximum ranking potential, so plan ahead if you’re using a seasonal keyword.

3. Keyword Ideas on Bramework

This area shows suggested keywords or phrases that are relevant and related to the current keyword that you have entered. 

6th Step_ You can either choose to continue with the current keyword, or choose an alternative keyword. Trends Chart and More Keyword Ideas on Bramework.

Tip: Click on additional keywords for more posting ideas.

4. Related Questions

These are the top questions readers are asking that are related to the current keyword that you have entered.

 

Bonus Step_ Make note of the questions listed under your keyword on Bramework since they can also be added as a section to your blog post. Top Ranking Post

Tip: Answering these questions in your post will increase your chances in ranking for that particular keyword. You may even be featured on the Google “People Also Asked” section if you answer the question the best! 

5. Top Ten Web Page Rankings

These are the top 10 posts you are competing against. Keyword rankings refer to a domain’s position in the search engine results page. The goal of good rankings is to drive traffic to your website organically. 

The SEO keyword ranking metric measures your search engine rankings for targeted keywords and analyzes changes in that rank over a period of time. 

Bonus Step_ Make note of the questions listed under your keyword on Bramework since they can also be added as a section to your blog post. Top Ranking Post

This helps marketers, bloggers, and content creators determine the effectiveness of which your website is getting ranked on Google and attracting organic website traffic.

Tip: Study their post, see what they are missing and add that to your post to increase your chances of ranking higher.

There you have it! You have officially begun your blog post creation. We hope this tutorial has helped you find your BEST keywords using Bramework.