• beulah752

    like Thomas explained I am stunned that anybody able to get paid $6178 in 4 weeks on the computer. did you look at this page w­w­w.K­E­P­2.c­o­m

  • Jeremy Niedt

    Article makes a great point, I’ve been thinking about this a lot lately. Understanding that different types of intent should yield different kinds of content, do you have any method for determining what type of content to engage first? For example, “Bathroom Design” has “Blog/Video/Online Design Tool” listed. Obviously blog is the lowest hanging fruit from a production standpoint, but is there any way to gauge initially whether it would be the most successful method? It has been suggested to me to simply look at the SERPs to see what else is being returned, but that does not totally reflect user expectations either, just other other offerings.

  • Nathan Safran

    I think it’s a case by case thing. Some queries might be better suited for visual answers (eg video) whereas others with a blog post. I’d test and try different things and see what resonates best.

  • Jeremy Niedt

    That’s pretty much what I figured, case by case. I was thinking possibly about pattern emergence from the set of keywords. For example, if you analyzed for intent for a selection of the higher volume keywords, and were able to glean that video was a recurrent content type, you may want to lean that way. Definitely still thinking on this one.