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    As per my practice i always try to

    1.Find low competitor keywords and post enough post based on the keywords.
    2.Find informative keywords that has also low competitor and write more about the topics regularly basis.

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    I think almost everyone will agree with me on that Instagram account is a must for coffee shop owners. But if you want to go deeper and get the attention of wider audience, there are different tools that will help you with promotion and are able to do many things automatically. That's a good way to spread information about your business and make potential clients interested. I won't specify everything here, but you can just check their proposal by the link.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaman4mbd View Post
    As per my practice i always try to

    1.Find low competitor keywords and post enough post based on the keywords.
    2.Find informative keywords that has also low competitor and write more about the topics regularly basis.
    This is good advice. For suggestion one, can you be more specific on how to find low competitor keywords?

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    At Black Ink Coffee Company, we utilize ahrefs (google search) and try to write content that'll bring in viewers based on keyword difficulty. This is quite expensive for a monthly subscription, and time consuming, but it's gotten us better results than ads. You can start a free trial though and look use it to get the info you need before cancelling. Paid ads hasn't gotten us anywhere since our budget is small. Social media can be good for branding and engagement but it takes a lot of work/time as well.

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    I do content marketing for a living, but I usually suggest coffee shops and roasters focus heavily on social media first. Lot lower barrier to entry, easier to delegate to employees, and it's the best way to build a community around your brand. Getting into seo content, like BlackInkCoffee said, can be very time-consuming and expensive.

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    Starting a blog is always a good idea for SEO purposes. Google Analytics is a useful way to help keep track of how much traffic you have received and from what sources.

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    as a fly on the wall I just want to say thank you to everyone for this helpful information. I guess I should chip in with my two cents... As a new blogger I've learned that content is the KEY. You have to write good, helpful posts at the beginning. If you are writing something that is 1000 words that probably wont cut it. I'm not saying it wont work but as a new blogger you are going to have a hard time with ranking on search engines with small posts. If you look up the SERP on any topic around coffee the first page is always filled with articles of at least 2000 words or more. When you're done that I suggest making a Pinterest and FB page. Utilize Tailwind to post on both platforms simultaneously to get eyes on your blog posts. Its a long process and but it does work and its free. Also avoid paying for Keyword search tools when you first start out. they are great but you should focus on content if you are blogging. The only keyword search tool you need is the google search bar auto fill in and suggested searches section. If you look at my blog FreshCoffeeHouse you see about 30 posts I've written over the last month which are seeing traffic. I don't have any blogging experience, any keyword search tool, or any idea of what SEO is. I am learning as I go along. I hope this gave you an idea of how to get traffic to your blog for free. its not easy buy then nothing worth doing ever is. At the very least I hope i gave you some ideas for what blog post tiles work and what you could write about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ddubicki View Post
    As a fly on the wall I just want to say thank you to everyone for this helpful information. I guess I should chip in with my two cents... As a new blogger I've learned that content is the KEY. You have to write good, helpful posts at the beginning. If you are writing something that is 1000 words that probably wont cut it. I'm not saying it wont work but as a new blogger you are going to have a hard time with ranking on search engines with small posts. If you look up the SERP on any topic around coffee the first page is always filled with articles of at least 2000 words or more. When you're done that I suggest making a Pinterest and FB page. Utilize Tailwind to post on both platforms simultaneously to get eyes on your blog posts. Its a long process and but it does work and its free. Also avoid paying for Keyword search tools when you first start out. they are great but you should focus on content if you are blogging. The only keyword search tool you need is the google search bar auto fill in and suggested searches section. If you look at my blog FreshCoffeeHouse you see about 30 posts I've written over the last month which are seeing traffic. I don't have any blogging experience, any keyword search tool, or any idea of what SEO is. I am learning as I go along. I hope this gave you an idea of how to get traffic to your blog for free. its not easy buy then nothing worth doing ever is. At the very least I hope i gave you some ideas for what blog post tiles work and what you could write about.

    Welcome to the Coffee Forums website. It looks like you are gradually finding your way as a new blogger.

    One note of caution. Please don't consistently reference or add links to your blog location in each of your posts to the Coffee Forum. If you do, it will look like you are using the Forum to generate activity to your blog. Then you will be considered a Spammer, and that's not a good thing.

    ~ Rose

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    Low competitive keywords

    Quote Originally Posted by grynds View Post
    This is good advice. For suggestion one, can you be more specific on how to find low competitor keywords?
    To find low competitive keywords without any paid tools is the best way is: use google auto fill suggestion. For these purpose you need to use any keywords volume suggestion tools like surfer seo. install it in your browser and type your keyword ideas first in the search box. Try to find 10-50 search volume keywords from the suggestions. after that search by the same keywords in google and look how many people already wrote about it if the list is huge then just ignore it and search again by another one. Just remember find the keywords which has 3-5 or less article already published. I have a coffee niche site and working since 2018 on it now my aim is to find very very low competitive keywords and working on it.

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    1. Build a social community.
    2. Invest in your website.
    3. Encourage customers to come and stay.
    4. Ask for customer reviews.
    5. Use events to bring people in.

 

 
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