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Step by step guide on how to track your search engine rankings

I know personally how daunting it can be to try and use the Google keyword planner to track your search engine rankings. It can be confusing and overwhelming- but it doesn’t have to be. In this post I’ll go over step by step on how to find all of your keywords and how to use them in your Google keyword planner dashboard.

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I know personally how daunting it can be to try and use the Google keyword planner to track your search engine rankings. It can be confusing and overwhelming- but it doesn’t have to be. In this post I’ll go over step by step on how to find all of your keywords and how to use them in your Google keyword planner dashboard.

Step 1 of 3: Find Your Websites Organic Keywords

Head on over to your webpages and use CTRL F to find and highlight all of the keywords (and variations) that you’d like to use with the service.

Step 2 of 3: Export Your Keywords

Once you’ve finished doing your search with CTRL F, navigate to the Excel ribbon and click the “data” selection. From there, select “data analysis,” and click “data analysis.” Hit “enter” and select “keyword extraction.” Once you do, you’ll see the following window:

Click “settings” and set the following settings:

1. Match Case: NO

2. Punctuation: YES

3. Microphone: NO

4. Stop Words: NO

5. Make a copy: Checked

6. Word Delimiter: Regular

7. Ignore All Words (*): NO

8. Look at each word from each document: Checked 9. Start with all words in document: NO

10. Export in: Plain Text

11. Enable: YES

12. Extraction Method: Mutual Information

13. Type of extraction: Averaged Mutual Information

14. Learning Method: Greedy

15. Number of Conversations: 1

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Step 2 of 3: Find Your Websites Organic Keywords from Google Adwords

Once you have your Excel file open, click “patterns” and type in your keyword in the “keyword to search” box. Hit “enter” to start the keyword extraction, and you’ll see something similar to the following window:

Download the “Content” tab to see your keywords.

Once you have your Excel file open, click “patterns” and type in your keyword in the “keyword to search” box. Hit “enter” to start the keyword extraction, and you’ll see something similar to the following window:

Download the “Content” tab to see your keywords.

Step 3 of 3: Clean Up and Use Your GKP Data

to Find Keywords


Once you have your Excel file open, click “patterns” and type in your keyword in the “keyword to search” box. Hit “enter” to start the keyword extraction, and you’ll see something similar to the following window:

Download the “Content” tab to see your keywords.

Once you have your Excel file open, click “patterns” and type in your keyword in the “keyword to search” box. Hit “enter” to start the keyword extraction, and you’ll see something similar to the following window:

Download the “Content” tab to see your keywords.

Once you have your Excel file open, click “patterns” and type in your keyword in the “keyword to search” box. Hit “enter” to start the keyword extraction, and you’ll see something similar to the following window:

Download the “Content” tab to see your keywords.

Conclusion

Now, once you have your keywords you can use those in the Google keyword planner. I hope this guide has made it easier to understand all of the information in the Google Keyword Planner and how to easily track your search engine rankings.

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