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Long Tail Deep Dive – Jon Dykstra


For many people, SEO is synonymous with link building. I don’t like link building. It’s risky, expensive, time-consuming and for me not very fun.

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Discover my 8 methods for finding thousands of low competition keywords in any niche that can potentially rank high up in Google without any link building…

I love SEO traffic but I don’t love SEO in the traditional sense.

For many people, SEO is synonymous with “”link building””. I don’t like link building. It’s risky, expensive, time-consuming and for me not very fun.

I’m a content publisher. That’s what I love, but I can’t earn a living doing something just because it’s fun. It also has to work… as in get traffic.

That’s where long tail keyword research comes in to play.

For years I believed you had to build links in order to rank keywords and get traffic from Google.

What I discovered was that while links definitely work, my sites ranked for a lot of keywords in articles that had no inbound links. They just happened to rank by themselves. Talk about an eye-opener and game-changer for my publishing business.

That’s when I decided I would focus on finding more keywords that I could rank for without having to build links.

The key was and is finding low competition keywords with some search volume relevant to my niche.

I started spending hours, then days and ultimately weeks doing keyword research. Over time I developed systematic keyword research methods I could use to uncover dozens, hundreds or even thousands of keywords in any niche.

To this day my list of articles to be published grows faster than I can get them written and that’s because I’ve come up with 8 proven methods to uncover thousands of low competition keywords for my niche sites (I’m in several niches).

This course (Long Tail Deep Dive) sets out all 8 methods via video tutorials. My videos step you through every detail to uncover a seemingly unlimited cache of low competition keywords for your niche.

I do this stuff for a living.

My sites together haul in around 1 million monthly visitors – all without any serious link building.

The main thrust of what I do is look for and target low competition keywords.

Learn how I do keyword research by enrolling in this course today. This is not the usual methods found elsewhere. These are methods I’ve come up with that have built up my extensive online publishing business.


When you get this course you also get:

Forum access: purchase includes full access to the popular Fatstacks forum; AND

Timeline of events: Access to my timeline of events, changes and experiments. This is my personal in-house real-time listing of changes, experiments and tests I run for my niche sites so you can see what I’m doing when I’m doing it.

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