Are you looking for an easy keyword tool to find keyword ideas for your blog post and new post ideas on a topic you post about? I recently discovered LSI Keyword Generator which is an easy keyword tool.
LSI Keyword Generator is super easy to use with no log-in required or usage restrictions. You simple type in a keyword or keywords, click the captcha button and submit.
LSI Keyword Generator
LSI (Latent Semantic Indexing) is just a fancy way of explaining related words. You know when you search Google for something and at the bottom it says related searches? It figures that out based on LSI keywords.
“What is a LSI keyword?
LSI keywords (Latent Semantic Indexing) are basically keywords that are semantically related to your primary keyword. Contrary to popular belief, they are NOT just synonym or keywords that are similar in meaning.”
How to Use This Easy Keyword Tool
- Type in your keywords and click I’m not a robot and generate.
- Receive keyword ideas.
That’s it. This tool will not tell you search volume or anything but it will give you other ideas. You might see a long-tail keyword you like better or it might give you ideas for future related posts you could make on your blog.
Here is the >>> LSI Keyword Generator.
Example 1: I typed in chicken dog treats.
Example 2: I typed in newborn sleep.
In both of these examples, this easy keyword tool has generated lots of ideas for future posts related to this topic. So you could enter in the main topics you blog about and generate new post ideas. Or you could type in keywords related to a post you are writing and possibly come up with a better way to state it.
Thanks to Neil Patel for bringing this easy keyword tool to my attention.
The Summer blogathon started about 12 hours ago. If you have been wondering where this post is, I apologize. I’ve been unwell.
This blogathon is a much smaller one than normal because of my health but I hope you still get lots done. Here is how things will work:
- There is no photo challenge this time around but feel free to share photos on social media with the hashtag #blogathon2 if you want.
- Twitter Parties are 2pm and 9pm EST starting tonight at 9pm. They will not have certain topics but will be a generic chat where you can ask questions. There IS twitter party prizes!
- Mini challenges will work differently. Tomorrow I will post how they will work.
- There are a few prizes and info on them and rafflecopter form will go up sometime tomorrow too.
- If you want to chat with other participants or ask questions, make sure you join the FB Group @Biannual Blogathon Bash
Please consider making a post on your blog sharing your participation and your to-do list and link it up here. This is NOT necessary if you want to win a prize and it’s also a way to invite others to visit you and tell others of the blogathon.
It’s not too late to join us for the Summer Biannual Blogathon Bash!
What is it?
It’s a free online blogging event so anyone around the world can participate! It’s a blogging marathon so you spend the weekend (as much time as you can) doing blogging tasks (writing posts, going through email, taking photos etc). You can also network through social media including our twitter parties, learn new blogging skills and WIN PRIZES!
July 15-18, 2016 8am EST Friday to 8am EST Monday.
How do I sign up?
Just go to the signup page and add yourself to the linky, it’s that simple! Check out this page for what to do after you signup and if you need more information first, check out the about page or the F.A.Q.
A good way to make sure your blog stays profitable for years to come is to spend at least some of your time working on passive income streams. Passive income is an income received on a regular basis, with little effort required to maintain it. In other words you make money while you sleep.
An example we’re all familiar with is the interest you earn on your savings account. You don’t have to do anything other than letting your money sit in the bank. Of course you’re not going to get rich from having a few thousand dollars sitting in the bank. But thankfully there are plenty of different ways to create passive streams of income online.
Let’s look at a few of them. This is by no means an extensive list. I’m sure you’ll start to come up with other passive income ideas as you read through these examples.
Creating Passive Income Streams
Blog Posts With A Strong Call To Action
Write some evergreen content (content that is good year after year.) SEO it to get free search engine traffic and then wrap it all up with a strong call to action at the end. That call to action could lead readers directly to an offer for an affiliate products, one of your own products, or even better, to a list that you can then monetize further.
Monetized Emails And Free Reports
Speaking of lists and emails… write a series of emails that are monetized, again either with affiliate offers or offers to your own things. Heck, you can even send your readers to more free content on your blog that has AdSense ads on it.
Build your list using free reports that are monetized as well. Then take it a step further and invite them to share the report. You of course can share it far and wide across the web as well. As your report gets read by more and more people, they will find their way back to your site and the offers you’re making in the report itself.
Write Some Books
Write some books and publish them. These can be physical books or Kindle books. Self-publishing has made it easy to do both and it has the added advantage that you get to keep the majority of the income you make from your books.
While the books generate passive income, they also help establish your authority and broaden your reach.
Create Your Own Digital Products
You can also create your own line of digital products and sell them through your own site or places like the Google and Apple App stores. The beauty of digital products is that you create them once and can sell them over and over again.
Yes, there’s a little customer service work to do and the occasional update to write, but for the most part, digital products are pretty hands-off once they have been created.
Setting Up Your Own Affiliate Program
Once you have your own products set up, set up an affiliate program as well. Others will do the marketing and selling for you for a percentage of the profits.
Recommending Other People’s Products
Of course you can work on the flip side as well. Find a few related products to your own, sign up as an affiliate and recommend them to your own customer base. It’s a quick and easy way to increase your income and once those emails are written (or you’ve included the affiliate products in your own products or on your download pages), you just sit back and watch the sales notifications come in.