10 tips to use keywords

Getting a high rank on search engines through user keyword searches can be difficult, but with proper focus on writing your blog posts for search engine optimization (SEO), you can boost your rank for specific keyword searches and your blog’s traffic. Follow these tips to get the biggest results.
1. Check the Popularity of Keywords

In order to obtain traffic from keyword searches on the major search engines like Google and Yahoo!, you need to be writing about a topic that people want to read about and are actively looking for information about. One of the easiest ways to get a basic idea of what people are looking for online is to check the popularity of keyword searches on websites like Wordtracker , Google AdWords , Google Trends or the Yahoo! Buzz Index . Each of these sites provides a snapshot of keyword popularity at any given time.
2. Select Specific and Relevant Keywords

A good rule to go by is to select one keyword phrase per page then optimize that page to that keyword phrase. Keywords should be relevant to the overall content of your page. Furthermore, choose specific keywords that are more likely to give you a better search results ranking than a broad term would. For example, consider how many sites use the keyword phrase of “punk music.” The competition for ranking using that keyword is likely to be tough. If you choose a more specific keyword like “Green Day concert,” the competition is a lot easier.
3. Select a Keyword Phrase of 2 or 3 Words

Statistics show that nearly 60% of keyword searches include 2 or 3 keywords. With that in mind, try to optimize your pages for searches on keyword phrases of 2 or 3 words to drive the biggest results.
4. Use Your Keyword Phrase in Your Title

Once you select the keyword phrase you plan to optimize your page for, make sure you use that phrase in the title of your blog post (or page).
5. Use Your Keyword Phrase in Your Subtitle and Headlines

Breaking blog posts up using subtitles and section headlines not only makes them more visually appealing on a text heavy computer screen, but it also gives you additional opportunities to use your keyword phrase.
6. Use Your Keyword Phrase in the Body of Your Content

It’s important that you use your keyword phrase in the body of your blog post. A good goal to try to achieve is to use your keyword phrase at least twice in the first paragraph of your post and as many times as you can (without keyword stuffing – see #10 below) within the first 200 (alternatively, the first 1,000) words of your post.
7. Use Your Keyword Phrase in and Around Your Links

Search engines count links higher than plain text in their search algorithms, so try to create links that use your keyword phrase. Avoid using links that simply say, “click here” or “more information” as these links will do nothing to help you with your search engine optimization. Leverage the power of links in SEO by including your keyword phrase in them whenever possible. The text surrounding links is typically weighted more heavily by search engines than other text on your page as well. If you can’t include your keyword phrase in your link text, try to include it around your link text.
8. Use Your Keyword Phrase in Images

Many bloggers see a large amount of traffic sent to their blogs from image searches on search engines. Make the images you use in your blog work for you in terms of SEO. Make sure your image filenames and captions include your keyword phrase.
9. Avoid Block Quotes

There are differing opinions on this issue with one group of people saying that Google and other search engines ignore the text included in the HTML block quote tag when crawling a web page. Therefore, the text within the block quote tag won’t be included in terms of SEO. Until a more definitive answer can be determined to this issue, it’s a good idea to keep it in mind and use the block quote tag cautiously.
10. Don’t Keyword Stuff

Search engines penalize sites that stuff pages full of keywords simply to increase their rankings through keyword searches. Some sites are even banned from inclusion in search engine results because of keyword stuffing. Keyword stuffing is considered a form of spamming, and search engines have zero tolerance for it. Keep this in mind as you optimize your blog posts for search engines using your specific keyword phrase.


2 popular keyword tools

One of the first things you need to do is set up an analytics tool on your blog so you can track the keyword phrases people are using. (Th Once configured, you’re ready to start writing keyword-targeted content and tracking the results of your efforts.
To determine which keywords you should focus on in your blog content, you can use two free tools offered by Google:
Google AdWords Keyword Tool: https://adwords.google.com/select/KeywordToolExternal
Google AdWords Traffic Estimator: https://adwords.google.com/select/TrafficEstimatorSandbox

Analyze the list of keyword ideas to find the ones best related to your blog and offer a good balance between traffic and competition. Click the Columns button and be sure the Keyword, Competition, Global Monthly Searches, Local Monthly Searches,Local Search Trends, and Estimated Avg. CPC columns are selected and visible. (It’s likely you’ll only have to add the Estimated Avg. CPC column to your display.) Click the Global Monthly Searches link at the top of the column to sort the results by the number of global searches conducted for that keyword each month. You can sort by clicking on the Estimated Avg. CPC link to view the results from a different
perspective. You want to find a keyword term that gets a decent amount of traffic but doesn’t have a massive amount of competition. The Global Monthly Searches column gives you an idea about traffic, and the Estimated Avg. CPC column gives you an idea of how
much advertisers are paying for that keyword. Higher average cost per-click typically equates to more competition for traffic. Find the middle-ground sweet spot. That’s the place to start your search engine optimization keyword efforts.

14 techniques to promote your blog

11 Ways to Promote a Blog Post
Note: please be careful in using these techniques. Don’t use them all with
every post you write. Choose your best posts and promote them selectively,
in ways that are helpful to other people.
1. Pitching to Other Bloggers—ask another blogger to consider linking
to your post. There’s a real art to this; read more on how to do it at 11
Ways to Increase Your Chances of Being Linked to By a Blogger.

You should also post your blog to various Free Blog Directories:
Blog Catalog
Blog Flux
Globe of Blogs
2. Social Messaging—what social networks like Twitter and Facebook
are you registered with? Attempt to leverage these to promote your
post. The key is not to incessantly spam your followers and friends
with your link, but use your network to seed the link and let your
followers spread word of it for you. This won’t happen every time but
as your network grows, it can become more and more powerful.
3. Social Bookmarking—promoting selective links on sites like Digg or
StumbleUpon can lead to amazing results. Further reading is available
on this topic at How to Get to the Front Page of Digg and Using Social
Media Sites to Grow Your Blog’s Traffic.
4. Internal Links—rather than just promote your post on other people’s
sites, think about where you can link to it from within your own site.
Perhaps you’ve written on the topic before and can add a link for
further reading, or maybe adding a section in your sidebar for “Latest
posts” could work. Internal linking won’t drive heaps of new traffic
but it can help with SEO and increase page views.
5. Newsletters—if you have an email newsletter list, shoot out an email
about your latest post.

6. Other Blogs’ Comments Sections and Forums—leaving helpful and
insightful comments on forums or other blogs can be great at driving
traffic if your comment is genuine, relevant and sensitive to the
discussion. Leaving a link is sometimes appropriate provided it is
highly relevant.
7. Email Signatures—adding links to your blog on your outgoing emails
is fairly commonplace, but include links to recent posts instead of just
your blog’s front page URL.
8. Follow-up Posts—write a new post on your blog that picks up where
your last one left off. This builds momentum and if you inter-link the
posts, drives more page views.
9. Advertise Your Post—for posts that you’re particularly proud of and
are well-received by readers, you might even consider a mini ad
campaign with a small budget using a service like AdWords or
StumbleUpon advertising. There’s further reading on this at Run a
StumbleUpon advertising campaign on your blog.
10. Pitch Mainstream Media—occasionally posts will be relevant to the
mainstream media. You’d want to pick a really interesting post for
this; it’s not advisable for every day.
11. Article Marketing—I wouldn’t recommend submitting exactly the
same article you’ve posted on your blog to article marketing sites (this
can get you into trouble with Google where you could face penalties
for duplicate content) but I know of a few bloggers who rewrite their
key articles for article marketing.
Note: I repeat, don’t do all of the above suggestions for every single post on
your blog. I tend to pick 1–2 posts a week to push and let others grow

12.” Your “About …” page—the “About …” page of a blog (if you haveone) is one of the most-read pages of a blog by first time visitors. It’s an ideal place to communicate what you’re about and sell to potential readers why they should subscribe and come back.”

13.” Business Cards—I receive a lot of business cards at conferences and to be honest, at the end of the day I can’t remember who gave me most of them. Adding an elevator pitch to a card can help trigger who you are and what you do in the mind of those you chat with at these busy events.

14.Multiple blogs

Use multiple blogging accounts (free) to attract more people. This means you should have a blog with JournalHome.com and others. The more blog
accounts the better (be sure to read and adhere to the Terms of Service for
each site). You can copy/paste from 1 blog to all others. Having different blog accounts is like having a publication in different newspapers. This enables you to attract more visitors and this also increases the chance that of your blogs will be in the search engine results for your focuse keywords.

Amazing keyword tool——google adwords

Write For Low Relevant Competitive Keywords For New Bloggers
YIKES! Keywords, low competitive keywords what is this you may be asking? For new bloggers this can be kind of scary, but don’t worry it can be something to learn and accomplished. Yes, even by you! (ha!) Keyword research is the most important part of blogging and writing your posts. You need to do some research on your keywords for your niche. Make sure they are relevant to what your blogging about. Keyword research needs to be completed before you do any writing because you don’t want to waste your time on something that is not going to work. You want to write for the low competitive keywords because it will be easier to get Google and other search engines to index your article.just come to here ,no sign in and free——https://adwords.google.com/

Find out what topic are hot ,and what people care about.



What is Adsense

Google AdSense is a program of Google Inc. that allows you in the Google Network of content sites to serve automatic text and  media adverts that are targeted to site content and audience. These adverts are  maintained by Google, and they can generate revenue on either a per-click or per-impression basis.

It is easy to figure out that Advertisers pay Google to promote their products and services through the Google Adwords program. The ads are meaning the content typically fits with the theme of the site or the page they are displayed on. For example, A blog about Real Estate would typically have Google Adsense ads that relate to real estate,Work from Home blogs will usually display ads relating to home businesses.

Here is their website:http://www.google.com/adsense

When your website have visitors over 100 per day,i advise you go to google adsense and creat a account.