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For years, the ability to rank high in SERPs seemed to rely heavily on two things. First, pick keywords that are high traffic and low competition. Then, practice keyword density.
This is no longer true.
In fact, Google views too high of a density as keyword stuffing, which they will punish.
Keyword research is still important, but the way we should be implementing it has changed.
First, SEMRush did a study of Google’s ranking factors and found keywords were pretty far down the list. The first keyword related metric came in at 12th place.
That’s well below customer engagement metrics such as time on site and bounce rate.
Second, although meta tags are useful for users, they no longer influence rankings.
Google’s algorithm has become more sophisticated. It’s now smart enough that it no longer has to rely on simple keywords to tell it what your content is about.
If you want to be rank high in SERPs in 2018, you’re going to need to start targeting your customers and not just keywords.
Don’t worry. I’m going to walk you how to do this step-by-step.
But first, let’s look at the algorithm changes that have led to this shift.
Algorithms are becoming more humanIn 2011, Google rolled out Panda which was designed to target and penalize sites that were producing thin and low-quality content.
People had learned that they could follow a practice called keyword stuffing to rank high in search results.
Here’s an example of keyword stuffing for the phrase ‘ALT Tags’:
Keyword stuffing may have helped rank your content in search engines, but it tended to result in an unnatural flow that didn’t resonate with readers.
Google recognized this and decided to find a way to penalize the practice.
This was just the beginning of Google reducing the effectiveness of keywords in SERPs.
The next year brought the introduction of the Knowledge Graph.
This was the beginning of Google being able to interpret strings rather than just isolated words.
For example, Google understands that when someone types in the keyword “Obama,” they probably are referring to the US President Barack Obama.
The knowledge graph can connect this one word with not only an actual person but also with some connections to other people, places, and things.
In 2013, there was even further advancement with the introduction of Hummingbird.
It was a huge change and a big step further in Google’s ability to handle “conversational search.”
Even five years ago, Google was beginning to understand and answer intent.
This 2013 example shows the simple question of, “will it rain tomorrow?”
The question did not have to state a location or ask for a weather forecast. Google simply knew the searcher’s location and knew that rain was related to weather.
In 2015, an even bigger change came, when Google announced the launch of machine-learning artificial intelligence that it had dubbed RankBrain.
Within months of it being launched, Google claimed it was their third-most important ranking factor inside their search engine algorithm.
RankBrain was designed to help identify and respond to intent, instead of just words.
What does this mean?
Well, for example, if I search for ‘RankBrain’ I’m not really telling Google what my intent is, am I? All I’ve given it is the one word.
However, check out the search results:
Now, look at the search results for ‘what is RankBrain?’
They’re the same.
RankBrain has been able to use machine learning to understand that both of these keywords have the same intent for the majority of people.
This is how Google can make sure it’s bringing back the most relevant content to its users.
The first search result is FAQs on RankBrain. If you check it out, the article mentions RankBrain 52 times in 2,660 words, which is just under 2% of the time.
Optimal keyword density in this new world is between 0.5% and 2.5%. There was definitely no keyword stuffing done to achieve ranking.
This just goes to show that keywords alone will no longer grab you the top spot in search results.
In fact, keyword densities that are too high will be penalized.
With the move to mobile-first indexing and the growth of voice search, algorithms have had to get even better at deciphering intent rather than words.
There is an increasing trend toward voice search using apps such as Google Assistant.
It’s available on more than 400 million devices. Some estimates indicate Google sold over 10 million Google Home units last year alone.
This impacts the way search results work in two ways:
1. Digital assistants are beginning to influence search results.Smartphone assistants will answer basic queries with three different listings.
They’ll also blend these requests with your own personal, historical data to tailor results.
Google Home will also provide you with the answer in the featured snippet for that search.
If you want your content to be the result heard by searchers, you need to obtain the featured snippet spot.
2. Voice search allows for conversational phrasing.Users of voice search want to be able to speak naturally and still get the results that they ask for.
That means you need to consider conversation, content, and context.
To meet these needs, algorithms and marketers are increasingly required to focus on conversational language and keyword clusters, rather than specific keywords.
For example, Haahr previously explained that if a user is searching for “Walmart,” they don’t want to see results about the head office.
They expect results showing them the Walmart store closest to them.
So how do we target customer engagement instead of targeting keyword use?
Understand the intent of your audienceI mentioned earlier how Google’s RankBrain was designed to interpret the intent of searchers.
Search engines are putting customer needs, wants and desires first, and we should be doing it too.
So, how do we capture this intention and focus on it rather than specific words?
First, let’s look at what a user intent SEO strategy really is.
We know that we need to understand the overlap between what phrases people are actually searching for and what they really mean.
We also have to pinpoint where this intersects with our content marketing strategy.
It’s important to understand that some general keywords can be classified into either navigation, research or conversion keywords.
These classifications align with the stage of the conversion funnel that a searcher is in.
Content needs to take into account where customers are in the funnel, as well as what keywords they’re using, to properly target intent.
Research keywords are typically used with informational intent.
These searches are likely looking for broad informational guides such as walk-throughs, how-tos, and step-by-step procedures.
Conversion keywords imply transactional intent. Users are getting ready to convert or buy.
Common phrases they may search for are:
- “Where to buy”
- “[product one] versus [product two]”
- “Best [product] under [price]”
- “Best [product] for [consumer group]”
Navigation keywords are typically used when a shopper is already looking for a specific brand, company or site.
For example, “content marketing” may be an informational keyword, but “Content Marketing Institute” implies someone is specifically looking to navigate to that company.
Keywords should line up with customers’ level of interest as well as their intent.
The better able you are to understand customer intent, the easier it will be for you to target customers instead of just keywords.
There are a number of tools you can use to help you better understand the intent of your current customers.
Heat MapsHeat maps such as Crazy Egg allow you to see where visitors clicked on your site.
You can also use them to see which content was scrolled through.
This helps you better understand, even within an article or a page, exactly what it was searchers were looking for.
The more you focus on what your customers really want instead of focusing on just the few words used, the better your content will perform.
Focus on content packagesTo bridge the gap between targeting keywords and targeting customers, we need to look at how we package our content.
As we discussed earlier, Google is getting better at showing searchers the best results that match their intent.
If you want to rank above what’s already there for a certain keyword, you need to create better content.
Short, light fluff pieces will not suffice.
This can be seen by looking at how the length of time taken to create content keeps going up every year.
Just as the time invested has increased, so has the number of words.
According to Ann Handley of Marketing Profs, the big takeaways from this is that quality matters and “we don’t need more content. We need more relevant content.”
You can use Google AdWords Keyword Planner to come up with hundreds of related keywords. But how do you package them in a way that is relevant to your customer interest and intent?
Use topic clusters.A good way to start creating a topic cluster is to select a broad topic and build an initial pillar page about it.
Then you would create a separate post for each cluster content area referenced in the pillar page.
This might sound a bit confusing, so let’s look at an example.
Local marketing is such a broad subject that the intent could be very different depending on who typed in the keyword.
That’s why this was the broad topic Duct Tape Marketing choose for their pillar page, The Ultimate Guide to Local Marketing.
The Ultimate Guide is a page on their website which offers various content across multiple mediums such as the downloadable playbook and an embedded video.
This page then goes on the link out to many other posts on their site. Each one dealing with a content cluster, or a specific subset of local marketing.
Not only that but each one of the ‘subset’ posts links back to the Ultimate Guide.
All of the posts are meticulously linked together using categories, backlinks, and anchor text.
Where the author did not yet have sufficient depth of a subject covered, he linked out to curated content from high authority sites like Moz.
This allowed him to build a deep, insightful topic cluster with a wealth of backlinks and content to answer a “local marketing” keyword search no matter the intent.
Every time a new related post is created, it will be linked back to the Ultimate Guide, keeping the content updated and fresh.
The keyword the author had targeted was “local marketing guide,” for which he currently ranks second overall in Google.
The interlinking has also helped several of the other subposts end up on the first page of search results, such as Adwords for local businesses.
Why do topic clusters work so well?
One reason is that the main page has so much content and so many links that people tend to stay on the page and the site.
Duct Tape Marketing’s bounce rate for their Ultimate Guide is almost zero. Google translates this to be high engagement, which is exactly what it’s looking for.
So how do you create a content package?
There are tools on the market that help you do this.
MarketMuseMarketMuse helps you to identify content gaps within your website and in the market.
It can help you to build, organize, and optimize your content by the topic cluster to optimize your organic SEO.
Content StrategyHubSpot has also launched their own content strategy tool.
They have designed it to help you create, publish, and report on your content by topic grouping.
LSIGraphAnother option is to use an LSI generator such as LSIGraph to identify keywords that are related to each other.
It’s a free tool that will provide you with related keywords for whatever term you search.
Google SearchFinally, Google is always an option.
After all, Google wants to provide searchers with the best results. This means it’s to their benefit to help you create the best content.
You can find relevant topic clusters using Google in three different ways:
1. Auto-suggest. As soon as you start typing, Google starts automatically populating suggestions of what it thinks you might be looking for.
For example, this is what I see when I start typing “search engine” into Google.
2. Related searches. After you hit enter, you can scroll down to the bottom of the search results page.
These are common questions Google is asked that it thinks are similar to what you’re trying to find.
Make sure your pillar topic is sufficiently broad enough to be the umbrella for the rest if you’re going to use a pillar page.
Then create separate linked posts for each potential subset topic that you grouped using one of the above-suggested tools.
Once you have content clusters or groupings, it’s also important to make sure you choose content types that align.
For example, consider the following:
- On-site glossaries and FAQ pages are good ways to tackle simple keywords that may be searched by people in the informational stage.
- Pillar pages, cornerstone content and blog posts are great for in-depth answers related to the informational stage, as well as targeting people in the navigational stage.
- Once consumers are into the transactional stage, landing pages are a great way to use content to help close the deal.
Don’t forget the rest of your SEO arsenal.This post has focused on how and why to transition from keyword targeting to focusing on customer intent and interest.
However, as I’ve mentioned, engagement is a driving factor in how Google gauges quality content that satisfies intent.
Because of this, we can’t forget the other areas of SEO that also impact engagement.
Technical and off-page SEO are just as important for positive customer experiences.
Off-Page SEOOff-page SEO is primarily your internal and external link portfolio.
You need to develop a link building strategy that helps promote your site authority and helps show Google you’re a great match for customer intent.
One way to do this was mentioned earlier through the building of topic clusters and content packages.
However, you also need to keep a close eye on who’s linking to you, so that you don’t end up with backlinks that are spammy.
After all, backlinks are currently four of the top eight ranking factors.
To keep your links clean, I recommend conducting a link profile audit on a regular basis to see how things look.
If you find any questionable sites linking to your content, make sure that you disavow them.
Technical SEOTechnical SEO can sound complex, but I promise it’s not as bad as it seems.
It’s also a critical part of any SEO toolkit.
Here’s an excellent high-level summary from Moz on what parts of technical SEO you should begin to focus on:
When thinking about keywords from a technical standpoint, you need to consider three main areas.
1. Content tagsThere are two main types of content tags you should focus on: H1 (headings) and H2 (subheadings).
H1 tags are your titles.
H2 tags are subheadings.
You should still make sure one of your relevant keywords is in your H1 tag.
However, with the new algorithm changes, it’s less important that your H2 tags are riddled with keywords, and more important that they withstand a readability test.
Your content, including your subheadings, needs to be simple and flow well.
It should be written for someone reading at a 7th or 8th-grade level.
2. Site SpeedGoogle released an announcement in January that starting this July pagespeed will be one of their ranking factors for mobile searches.
Not only that, but 40% of your audience will abandon your website if it takes longer than three seconds to load.
3. Mobile friendlinessI’ve already mentioned the importance of mobile earlier in this article.
Mobile landing page optimization is vital now that Google has switched to a mobile-first index.
The number of mobile users continues to every year. Last year 66% of the population had a mobile phone.
Strong technical SEO will help improve important ranking factors such as time on page and bounce rates, by improving the user experience.
It should not be overlooked in any strategy, particularly as the importance of providing outstanding customer experiences increases.
ConclusionThanks to advances in technology, the algorithms used by search engines like Google are getting more advanced.
Instead of focusing on simple metrics such as keywords, they are now looking for content that provides value and engagement to audiences.
Google’s algorithm is continuing to advance toward voice search and conversational phrases.
This means the exact wording used in search boxes is becoming less important in which results rank well.
To get your content in front of your desired market, you need to focus on intent, interest, and engagement of customers.
You will need to account for the growing use of Mobile and Voice apps and ensure your content is optimized for them.
Then you need to engage your audience is make sure you understand what their intent is.
Make sure you understand what people are really looking for when they use certain keywords.
This means combining their searcher intent with where they are in the conversion funnel and using your content to target them properly.
You can use tools such as Behavior Flow, Site Search or Heat Maps to better understand the interest and intent of your current audience.
Then you can focus on building out in-depth topic clusters and content packages to target different customers.
Create ultimate guides and resource centers for customers early on in the conversion funnel.
Build out leadpages and conversion posts for customers near the bottom of the funnel.
Finally, continue to use keywords, but use them the right way. Don’t keyword stuff your posts. Looking for short phrases and referencing them multiple times is no longer enough.
However, you can use keywords to help you understand searcher intent and to build context into your articles and guides.
What tool are you using to cluster your content around customer intent and interest?
About the Author: Neil Patel is the cofounder of Neil Patel Digital.
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Those of you who have been reading my blogs for a while know I’m a huge advocate of using visual elements to enhance my blog posts.
In addition to being visually appealing, images can actually improve the performance of your articles. That’s because blogs with pictures receive 94% more views than posts without them.
According to a recent study from the Content Marketing Institute, 73% of marketers say their top priority is to create more engaging content.
And 55% of these content creators are prioritizing visual content.
If you haven’t been using images to enhance your content, you should consider starting with some infographics. Even if you have included pictures in some of your old content, you can take this strategy to the next level by building custom infographics.
That’s because infographics are a combination of text and images. Research shows people follow directions 323% better if the directions include both text and illustrations.
On social media platforms, infographics get liked and shared at three times the rate of all other content.
Once you start building infographics, you will drive more traffic to your website. That’s because other people will use your custom images to enhance their own content.
As a result, you will consistently build backlinks, which will improve your SEO.
Now that you understand why you need to create infographics, it’s time for me to show you how. There are tons of tools available, but not all of them are created equal.
I’ve narrowed down the top 12 tools for building infographics.
If you want to create an infographic fast and efficiently, Easel.ly is a great place to start.
Above is a sampling of some of their top infographic templates. All you need to do is select the template you want and plug in your information.
They’ve got a template for everything. Some are designed to fit more text on the page, while others prioritize numbers from any research you may have conducted.
It’s free to use Easel.ly, but if you want premium templates, you can access over 500 of them for a fee. I recommend starting off with the free ones to see whether you’re happy with the platform before upgrading your membership.
Another cool feature of this platform is that they have community infographics built by others. You can plug your information into those as well.
The Easel.ly website features an easy to follow guide on how to create content on their platform. They also offer a live customer service chat option in case you have questions or run into any problems with the platform.
Pitkochart is another top option for beginners. The platform makes it easy to create custom infographics without any design experience.
In addition to infographics, they have other design templates as well. You can build things such as:
Some of my favorite types of infographics on Pitkochart are the graphs. It’s a great way for you to display your numbers in a custom chart.
Pitkochart also has a map feature. You can customize the color options on these maps to show how different states, regions, or countries have varying results for your discussion.
Speaking of color options, Pitkochart has many. You can select colors for each portion of your infographic, or you can choose preset color schemes.
It’s an important feature because different color schemes can impact sales on your website.
They have a library of more than 1,000 icons. You can use these without having to pay licensing fees or give an attribution to the creator.
This definitely makes things less complicated, which allows you to spend your time and effort on building the infographics.
Once you build your infographic on Pitkochart, they help you name your image so that it’s optimized for SEO. Then, you can share it directly from the platform.
They have sharing options for email, ebooks, and social media. You can get an embedd link for your website, share it with your team, or download a high-resolution version of your infographic.
Are you a student? If so, Venngage will let you use their software free. But everyone else will have to pay for the platform.
Their monthly rate is $19 for individuals and $49 for businesses. It may seem pricey, but the business membership comes with premium features such as:
- custom templates
- unlimited infographics
- 100 image uploads
- branding help
- team collaboration
- high-resolution downloads
If you know you want to take advantage of these features for the entire year, you can pay upfront annually and receive a 20% discount off your membership.
Venngage is great because their infographic templates are seemingly endless. With so many options, it’s less likely you’ll have similar to other infographics templates already published on the Internet.
This can make your brand stand out from the crowd.
They also group their infographics based on several categories. You can build the right image for whatever you’re trying to illustrate. Some of the top categories include:
- real estate
- human resources
They even have “fun data” templates to help you display your unique research in a way that’s easy to comprehend.
A list of visual design tools wouldn’t be complete without Visme.co. The platform specializes in all kinds of visual content, including infographics.
If you need to make an infographic that compares multiple variables, Visme.co has more than 20 charts and tables to choose from.
There are a couple of different ways you can input data into these visuals. Your first option is to type the numbers in manually. But if you have lots of information, you may prefer to import your data.
Another cool feature of these charts is the ability to connect with live data.
All of the templates have customizable fonts. You can change the color, size, and style of your text. Don’t see a font you like? No problem. Visme.co lets you upload your own fonts as well.
This software can help you take your infographics to the next level by making them more engaging. You can add video and audio files.
They also give you the option to embed polls, surveys, and maps. You can even add motion features, like popups, to your infographic.
Once your infographic is published, you can track how well it’s performing. The analytics tools tell you how many people saw your infographic, what type of device they used, their location, and level of engagement.
Infogram is another one of my favorites. The platform allows you to fully customize every element of each infographic you create.
In addition to infographics, you can also use this software to create:
Infogram also helps you build images specially designed for your social media channels.
Their platform has more than one million icons and images, all royalty-free.
What I like most about Infogram is their editing tool. You can drag, drop, and move every element on the screen to fully customize your design.
If you have data that needs to be imported, it’s easy for you to upload spreadsheets from Excel, Google Drive, Dropbox, etc. You can even use a cloud service or their API to set up live data integration.
They have interactive charts and maps at your disposal as well.
Ultimately, if you need a one-stop shop for all your infographic needs, you can’t go wrong with Infogram.
Even if you don’t plan on making a ton of infographics, Canva has plenty of other design tools for you to take advantage of. Those of you who are a little bit more advanced will enjoy the graphic design features offered on this platform.
One of my favorite elements of the Canva platform is the versatility it offers. You can use it on the Internet as well as your iPhone or iPad.
They specialize in photo editor, color palette, and font combinations. But their infographic building tools are just as good, if not better. You don’t need to have a design background to figure it out.
Unlike some of the other Canva tools, the infographic builder is free to use. All you have to do is create a Canva account before you get to work.
Their library has more than one million photos, illustrations, and graphics for you to choose from. If you’re not happy with their selection, you can also upload your own images.
Once your image is uploaded, you can select a font from over 130 options. They make it easy for you to change the background and color scheme too.
After you’re satisfied with your custom layout, you can save these unique templates to your account. This makes it easy for you to repurpose the same layouts for your future infographics. It’s one of my favorite time-saving marketing tools.
If you’re not satisfied with all the elements in the free Canva library, they have premium elements available for purchase.
But unlike some of the more expensive infographic tools we’ve seen, the Canva premium purchases cost only $1 at most. It’s an extremely cost-effective way to enhance your infographics.
If you want something a little bit different from the tools on our list so far, iCharts definitely fits the description.
This platform is cloud-based. It’s a visual analytics tool allowing you to organize complicated business information.
You can use iCharts to simplify data from extensive research studies. Since it’s a cloud-based platform, you can access it from wherever you are. Nothing needs to be installed on a device.
They have a feature letting you implement real-time data integration.
This option isn’t a typical infographic builder. But you can still export the charts and graphs to enhance your content with custom images.
Similar to our last tool, Skitch doesn’t necessarily build custom infographics either. But I use Skitch every day to help enhance my visual content.
Some of you may not be interested in building all your infographics from scratch. That’s OK.
If you’ve got a Mac, you can use Skitch to help you customize infographics from other sources. Here’s how you do it.
Once you download Skitch on your Apple device, which is free by the way, you can use it to take screenshots of infographics. Then you can markup specific sections with arrows, boxes, and text to make it your own.
Regular readers of my blog posts might recognize the pink arrows and annotations from Skitch. That’s what I use to mark up the images on my blog.
If you use this tool to help you build infographics, make sure you give proper credit to your image sources.
Creately is a platform specializing in creating unique diagrams for your business.
Although they aren’t exactly the same, diagrams and infographics are very similar, which is why I thought it was worth adding this tool to my list.
I recommend Creately for businesses that have multiple designers producing content at the same time.
With this software, you can collaborate with up to 20 team members on the same project with real-time updates, edits, and changes to your design.
They have over 1,000 diagrams for you to choose from. Even if you don’t want to publish your diagrams, you can use the tool for in-house projects such as building a customer journey map.
10. Google Charts
When in doubt, it’s always a good idea to use tools you’re familiar with. As a business owner, you’ve likely used Google Analytics to help you with your marketing solutions.
Well, Google Charts is another great option offered with your Google account.
Once you determine which types of data sets you want to include, you can customize your design fully. You get to select which type of chart you want to use from Google’s extensive gallery.
It’s easy to add these infographics to your website, email messages, and social media channels.
Their dynamic data feature allows you to connect your data source so the charts updated with real-time information.
Google really stands apart from the crowd when it comes to customer service. There are thorough guides to help you with the tool. Every section has step-by-step, easy-to-follow instructions.
If you’re looking for another tool for creating custom diagrams, Gliffy is a great choice to consider.
The software is extremely easy to use. You won’t need any type of design skills to build your infographics.
Everything is done with an HTML5 editor, so you don’t need to download anything to your devices in order to use this tool.
If you want to get your project done as fast as possible without building your own template, it’s no problem. Gliffy has ready-made templates. All you need to do is plug in your information.
Share your infographic with an embed link, or upload it directly to your social media profiles.
You can also use Gliffy to collaborate with your team members. Grant access to people whom you trust making edits to your design.
Not every infographic needs to be a complicated set of data.
Sometimes, it’s effective to have only one statistic or sentence displayed to stand out from the rest of your content. If that’s the case, Wordle is one of your best options.
This platform is made for creating word clouds. You can use customized fonts and templates to create these unique images.
You can even use Wordle to reinforce a point you made within the text of one of your blog posts.
Images and visual elements are more powerful than words alone.
That’s why you need to be using infographics to enhance your content. But if you don’t want to search for infographics online, the tools I’ve outlined above allow you to create your own.
Don’t get me wrong: there are dozens of other infographic building tools available on the Internet. But from my experience, these ones are the best places for you to get started.
There’s something on this list for everyone—it just depends on what you’re looking for.
Some of these tools are free, while others charge a fee. Certain tools are better for charts and datasets, while others specialize in custom images and animations.
Refer to this guide for all your infographic creation needs.
What tools does your company use to enhance your visual content strategy with infographics?