The following video is a snippet taken out from our Long Tail University Course. In it we share a cool trick which you can use to steal your competitors keywords and find an unlimited stream of new keywords to target. If you have a hard time finding new keywords to target or struggling to boost your sites income to the next level, then this post has come at just the right time for you!

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“Stealing” Your Competitors Keywords

Ray Kroc, the founder of McDonald’s once said:

“If any of my competitors were drowning, I’d stick a hose in their mouth”

While you don’t have to be quite that brutal.. There’s something to be said for doing whatever it takes to surpass your competitors and take your site to the very top of your industry. One way in which you can push your site ahead is to find the keywords which your competitors are currently ranking for and then create content to target these keywords, then outrank them.

This is an amazing way to piggy-back on the KW research efforts of others

We all know that Keyword Research can be time consuming (unless you’re using Long Tail Pro), so being able to highjack the keywords which others have gone to the effort of ranking for is a powerful tactic.

Find VALUABLE keywords which you can rank for

The great thing about this method is that if you find sites which have a similar domain strength to your own site, you’ll be finding VALUABLE keywords which you can also rank for without excessive effort.

That’s crazy.

That you are being shown keywords that similar strength sites are able to rank for.

The next stage is where you’ll really increase the distance between you and your competitors. Now you’ve got your competitors keywords, you can put them all into Long Tail Pro and find the Keyword Competitiveness of each. This will allow you to be more efficient, by deciding which keywords you should target first.

Long Tail Pro will also provide you with even more keywords.

That’s powerful.

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