Keyword Research & Content Planning

In order to provide the content that your readers are interested in, you need to have an idea of what it is that they’re searching for. Keyword research can help you figure out what content you should create for your site in order to gain traffic for your blog and give your audience the content they’re looking for.

How to Perform Keyword Research

SEO for Publishers Webinar, Episode 14

The basics of keyword research, how to create content that can help you gain traffic using long-tail keywords, how long you should take to conduct keyword research, along with tools and resources for conducting keyword research.

How To Identify & Eliminate Keyword Cannibalization To Boost Your SEO

Search Engine Journal

Targeting a specific term across multiple pages on your website can do more harm than good in SEO. Learn how to identify and eliminate keyword cannibalization on your site.

Food Blog SEO Study (2022)

Rank IQ

Rank IQ analyzed the top food blogs with the most organic Google traffic to find out the SEO secrets behind their raving success.

How to Discover Topics That Will Bring Traffic

SEO for Publishers Webinar, Episode 29

In this episode of SEO For Bloggers, the crew shared how to determine what topics your audience wants to see more of and less.

Keywords, Topics, and Intent

SEO for Publishers Webinar, Episode 31

 In this episode recorded live at Tastemaker 2023, the panel of experts discussed why creating high-quality content that aligns with relevant keywords, and user intent is crucial for ranking higher on Google.

SEO Content Strategy

SEO for Publishers Webinar, Episode 19

In this episode, the SEO experts shared how to develop a high-traffic driving content strategy. Check out the replay to learn how to optimize your new content, update your current content, and create a game plan for the future of your content. 

Eat Your Words: Easy Keyword Research Served Up for Food Bloggers


A paid keyword research e-book that covers the keyword research system they used to take their food blog from 70k pageviews per month to 465k views per month within the space of about 1 year.