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Keyword research mistakes to avoid - From a Head of SEO

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    Yooo! Suport per un altre IH catala!
    GOGO

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    You can reach more audiences if you add subtitles to your video. Ok, I know English, but I don't have perfect English. :D

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      Hey thats a great insight!! Thank you 🙏 Will be adding subtitles moving forward !

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    Great content! Indeed, finding long-tail KWs is the most challenging, especially if people don't know you exist, it's hard to be in their head to target the right search terms.

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      Yep! They're challenging but extremely important especially when you're starting out.

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    Good insights, @JaumeRos!

    I especially find interesting targeting the long-tail KWs, that can drive traffic to your website but also come at a cheaper CPC than the more competitive ones. I'm actually currently doing some research on KWs for ranking BotMeNot higher and I'm considering which long-tail KWs to use!

    Also, one thing that's being mentioned so frequently to the point that it's getting ignored by people I think is understanding your customers/users. It really is the cornerstone of every successful marketing campaign and I'm starting to realize it more and more!

    Cheers!

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      Hey, thanks for the support!

      Yeah long-tail keywords is where the good stuff is hiding!

      Exactly, understanding user intent is super basic and necessary for your content strategy.

      Goodluck !!

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