Ultimate Guide to Keyword Research For Gym Owners

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James Breese

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In this episode, James Breese, Josh Kennedy and Andrew Wallis dive deep into the essential world of keyword research for gym owners.

If you’ve ever wondered why your content isn’t getting the traction it deserves or how to ensure your gym stands out in the digital crowd, this is the episode you can’t afford to miss.

Keyword research is about finding the terms and words that people use to search for what you offer.

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Timeline Summary:
00:06Introduction to Keyword Research 00:44Importance of Long Tail Keywords 02:53Finding What People Search For 06:08Creating Specific, Niche Content 08:30Key Points for Gym Owners
Key Takeaways:
  • Keyword Research Simplified: Understanding the fundamental concept of using specific search terms to enhance visibility online.
  • The Power of Long Tail Keywords: Importance of targeting specific, detailed searches rather than broad, generic terms.
  • Tools for Discovery: Utilizing free and paid tools to uncover what potential clients are searching for, including Google’s auto-suggest feature, Answer the Public, SEMrush, and Ahrefs.
  • Content Creation Strategy: The necessity of creating content that answers the specific questions and needs of your target audience to improve search rankings.
  • Analyzing Keyword Effectiveness: Learning how to select keywords based on their search volume and relevance to your niche, aiming for less competitive, niche-specific phrases.
  • Application to Business Goals: Aligning keyword research and content creation with your business objectives, such as selling gym memberships or promoting specific services.
  • Keeping It Simple: The importance of not overcomplicating the process, focusing on what your audience is actually searching for rather than what you think they should know.
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To rank higher, you’ve got to choose keywords with less competition and more specificity.

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Think about the questions your clients always ask; there lie your most valuable keywords.

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