If you want to be heard, then answer the questions people are asking using these topic-finding tools — EASTWEST Public Relations

TopicSeed, which comes from the UK. By simply inputting a keyword or URL into this platform, it will analyze the content on that web page and provide you with target keywords, support keywords, co-occurrences, questions, and content ideas, all for free. It not only provides keywords, but it also provides context. It comes up with words that search engines use to create relevance and to show how comprehensive a blog post is. In other words, if a blog post is only full of keywords, then it’s been SEO-written only and won’t be very good for the reader itself.

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