Documenting your findings – Semrush Topic Research

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Document your findings

In our analyzed results in the Topic Research Tool, we highlighted some headlines and questions. From these findings, you are now able to come up with a relevant headline for your blog article.

We zeroed down to “What are the benefits of an SEO audit” from the topic research results, as our article headline. You can edit any result to something that fits your need, add to it, or make it into a question.

Our reasons for this choice are that it is relevant to our topic keyword and our niche. Secondly, this headline includes our primary keyword. It also has a high volume and a low keyword difficulty rating.

Now that your keyword research is done, save your findings. These will act as reference points and a source for content keywords when creating your article.

  • Go to Google Drive and upload your downloaded files and any other research into the relevant folder.
Documenting Topic Research findings
Documenting Topic Research findings
  • Once all that is done, head back to your blog checklist and mark this process “Semrush Keyword research” as complete. Leave a note identifying what was accomplished.
Marking Semrush Topic research complete
Marking Semrush Topic research complete
Lesson Summary

In this lesson, we searched for more keywords for our headline and content. We were able to identify a headline for our article, “What are the benefits of an SEO audit.”