How to Analyze Top 10 SERP [INFOGRAPHIC]

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I wanted to have a quick and easy way to analyze the top 10 SERP in Google. A way to quickly find out if a niche is worth digging further into or I just should look elsewhere. In order to maximize the readability and easy-to-use factor, I made this infographic that displays exactly how to do this.

To speed up the process even more, I suggest using a tool like Long Tail Pro. That would give you the complete overview.. well almost.

If you are doing keyword research, there can’t be too many initial steps. Because if there are you will run out of steam before you land on a gem. I believe that 10 steps are perfect and quick to use if you want to find a keyword or a niche that can be used for an Affiliate site, a web page, or in your copy SEO perhaps.


Want to use this infographic on your own site? No problem, embed this on your site:

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Robin Wiman

Robin Wiman

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5 thoughts on “How to Analyze Top 10 SERP [INFOGRAPHIC]”

    • You do not have to have an interest in the niche per se. But you should ask yourself: “is this something I can become interested in?”.

      We all have something of interest.

      I have an affiliate site within the pet-niche. I have always LIKED animals and had pets myself. But not a strong passion or interest for it before. When I started the site (because there was a huge demand) I got my eyes up for the niche and now I can write freely about many topics within that niche and I really enjoy it too.

      Have a little patience. If you find yourself bored with the niche, change:)


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