How do you choose the keywords to use in your website’s content?

When you type something into the Google search bar, sometimes Google fills in the rest of your search or has a list of suggestions. It seems crazy or that Google is reading your mind, but they’re not. In fact, those exact terms are searched often. Because of that, Google thinks you might be searching for that, too. When you’re trying to find which keywords to use without using a paid software, use Google’s “related” searches at the bottom of the search results page. When it’s time to write your content, start there.

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