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Posted by MartinMacDonald Despite keywords being slightly out of fashion, thanks to the whole (not provided) debacle, it remains the case that a large part of an SEO’s work revolves around discovering opportunity and filling that same opportunity with content to rank. When you are focusing on smaller groups of terms, there are plenty of tools to help; the Moz Keyword Difficulty Tool being a great example. These tools function by checking the top results for a given keyword, and looking at various strength metrics to give you a snapshot as to how tough they are to rank for. The problem is, though, that these tools operate on the fly, and generally only allow you to search for a small amount of keywords at any one time. The Moz tool, for instance, limits you to 20 keywords.
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How to Build Your Own Mass Keyword Difficulty Tool