With as many as 81% of publishers utilizing affiliate marketing, it is dominating the digital sphere and the future looks bright. However, the only way of profiting from the trend is to use the right toolset.
Many affiliate marketers are using SEMrush to improve their digital presence. SEMrush is a software that offers a host of digital marketing tools in one place. You can use SEMrush for your SEO, PPC, social media marketing, and content marketing efforts.
Keep on reading to this SEMrush review to understand why SEMrush is considered a leader in the SEO industry for affiliates and other online businesses. We will also go over the affiliate marketing tools that SEMrush offers to the affiliate marketers.
How to Use SEMrush for Keyword Analysis
SEMrush offers the easiest way to find ranking keywords with their Keyword Magic Tool. With just a few clicks, the Keyword Magic Tool displays the best keywords in your niche that you can use in your content, PPC campaigns, and SMM efforts.
Here are ways you can use the Keyword Magic Tool (and other tools) to make sure that you rank higher in SERP.
Using effective keywords is integral to any affiliate marketing strategy. People use search queries to discover more about different products. You can optimize your content for high-performing keywords and enhance your visibility in search engine results.
How do you find these keywords? SEMrush offers the powerful Keyword Magic Tool where you can identify the metrics on keywords. You can find the search volume, difficulty, trends, results, and the SERP source of any keyword.
In addition, SEMrush will also provide suggested and related keywords. You can further optimize your content with these keywords to ensure you always rank in search engine results.
Researching PPC Keywords
You can use the Keyword Magic Tool to find out the bid-worthy PPC keywords. You’ll first want to see the cost-per-click (CPC), the average price you’ll pay when a user clicks on that keyword.
Each keyword also has a competitor density on a scale of zero to one with one being the most competitive. This metric shows how many websites are using this keyword in their PPC campaigns.
This article was written by Abdullah Asim and originally published on The Official Cloudways Blog.