You’ve learned the basics of do-it-yourself SEO, written content for five of your keywords, and published those blog posts to generate sweet, sweet traffic for your website. You check the search results after a few days… and panic sets in.
Your competitors are already on page one, but your content hasn’t shown up. Hundreds of companies are fighting over the same keywords and you’re buried on page 7. How do you get a leg up on your competitors?
That’s where learning how to find low-competition SEO keywords comes in. You can’t just target any old keyword for traffic and leads–they need to have the right search intent for your goals, have enough volume to be significant, but have a low enough competitive level. You also need to give SEO time to work.