Last Updated: February 15, 2024
Where shall I begin? Crispy Prints by Ike Paz who lives in Japan, is a teacher and now a software developer. I am sure he would not call himself that, but for the sake of this blog post, lets leave it at that. If you know anything about Ike, you know he loves sharing what he knows and its interesting- his success means your success. If he can do it, then so can you.
Before Ike begins teaching you anything about sales on the internet, he always start with “search”. That means he always starts with SEO. SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization and from that perspective you are assured success because by not doing simple SEO- you could be wasting your time. For example for this article or blog post I did not seek any SEO. My motive was to provide information from an interesting perspective, in such a way as to keep you reading my words to discover what happens next.
Ike Paz spends a lot of time showing and teaching everyone who carefully listens on how things such as SEO works. After learning and listening to him on his channel, I discovered something that you are aware of if you do not practice SEO.
SEO is hard, but it does work (on occasion) for me. Let me clarify because I want to be sure you are reading and listening to what I am saying. SEO is good, fine and dandy but it does not work like clockwork. But if you put in the work and allow what Ike Paz is saying, everything eventually works it way through. This is what I have learned.
And that leads me to the next product that came across me in an email. The name of the product is called Keyword Atlas, by Dave Guindon, a product developer or programmer and family man who also loves to teach you about utilizing his products. Now what I like about Dave is that in learning about SEO and utilizing his product Keyword Atlas, be sort of sounds like Ike Paz which is the primary reason I purchased his product. I really like this software because it does work for me and if it works for me, it will work for you as well.
You are probably wondering does Ike Paz use this product and I am very confident and will say NO! However, I would suggest that Ike at least takes a look at it, BUT the tools available today for SEO are good enough for him already. Ike Paz is like a detective, so you can not get a lot of high tech, SEO tricks past him. There is something about the way he thinks and I have to believe that it is because, he has completed the school of hard knocks. Every time he teacher me, or anyone that follows him- he does not rely on a specific tool, only those tools that cost nothing to use and have very little to show in the way of features.
Moving forward, I am sure that Dave and Ike would probably get along very well as their teaching methods are inherently in sync with my received education from the both. For me, something about them both caused me from one person to purchase a product from another. But both would probably say the following:
Keyword research is an essential part of search engine optimization (SEO) and online marketing. It involves identifying and analyzing the terms and phrases that people are using to search for products, services, and information online. By understanding the keywords that are being used, businesses and individuals can optimize their websites, content, and advertising campaigns to rank higher in search engine results and reach their target audience.
One tool that can help with this process is Keyword Atlas, developed by Dave Guindon. Keyword Atlas is a software program that is designed to generate long-tail keywords for SEO and online marketing purposes. Long-tail keywords are longer, more specific phrases that are less competitive and often have higher conversion rates than shorter, more general keywords. By using Keyword Atlas, users can identify and target high-value long-tail keywords that may be more relevant to their business or website.
Keyword Atlas is available through the website keywordatlas.com and claims to generate keywords from over 21 sources of top-searched keywords. This may provide users with a diverse and comprehensive set of options to choose from when conducting keyword research.
Using Keyword Atlas is simple. All you have to do is enter a seed keyword, and the program will generate a list of related long-tail keywords. You can then sort and filter the list to find the keywords that are most relevant to your business or website.
One of the benefits of Keyword Atlas is its ability to generate a large number of long-tail keywords quickly and easily. This can be a time-saving feature for those who are conducting keyword research for their business or website. Additionally, the program’s use of multiple sources for keyword generation may provide users with a diverse and comprehensive set of options to choose from.
Overall, Keyword Atlas appears to be a useful tool for businesses and individuals who are looking to identify and target relevant long-tail keywords for their online marketing efforts. Its ability to generate a large number of keywords from a variety of sources may make it a valuable asset for those looking to optimize their websites and content for search engines and reach their target audience more effectively. So, it is a good choice for those who want to improve their SEO and online marketing efforts.
Obscure Methods Of SEO
One obscure method for using Keyword Atlas is to use it to identify keyword trends. By analyzing the long-tail keywords that the program generates, users can get a sense of which keywords are currently popular and likely to be searched for more frequently. This can be useful for businesses and individuals who are looking to create content that is timely and relevant to their audience.
Another obscure method for using Keyword Atlas is to use it to identify long-tail keywords that have low competition. By sorting and filtering the keyword list generated by the program, users can find long-tail keywords that are not being used by many other websites. This can be a good strategy for businesses and individuals who are looking to rank higher in search engine results and reach their target audience more effectively.
A third obscure method for using Keyword Atlas is to use it to identify long-tail keywords that are relevant to specific geographic regions. By selecting a specific country or region, users can generate a list of long-tail keywords that are specific to that area. This can be useful for businesses and individuals who are targeting a specific geographic region with their marketing efforts.
I have just provided you with the internet marketing gym video. I would encourage you to check out Ike Paz videos and especially his training and be prepared. Have a pen and some paper ready, be sure there are no distractions and I promise you- your treat will be walking away from his content learning software. One more thing. Ike loves Pinterest and if you will send him and email message letting him know you saw a post about him on Mailjam Digital review, he would certainly appreciate it. I have for less than a year wanted to write a blog post about Ike and his new product called Crispy Prints. I am sure he would appreciated it.
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