This will take you to Wix SEO Wiz site. Click on Start Now. After providing your business or website’s name and Location (which you can skip), we are finally on the Keyword tool.
Here you can write up to 5 different keywords, each composed of up to 5 words, separating each keyword with a coma. You should start with broad concepts and words relating to your content, in the example of a writing blog, I began with very broad concepts relating to the site’s content.
These will be refined as you do research and find out a keyword viability, but as a general principle, just remember that longtail keywords (those comprised of two or more words) tend to be more efficient and accessible to rank up on than single, broad words.
Once you are done, click on the Analyze My Keywords button which will display a list of results.
You can scroll down sections dedicated to each of the keywords you provided, and here’s what the tool gives you:
You get one of your primary keywords (the ones you entered) and a green line indicating their “strength.” Long story short, these are an estimate of what Wix considers is the viability of that word. Below that, you can see a few other keywords suggested by Wix related to the primary one you entered, each one with a keyword strength indicator of its own so that you can compare it to yours and other on that section. And finally, it goes into another part showing the same information for the next Keyword you entered.
This generates a wealth of information that tells you which keywords you should give priority when implementing your SEO for Wix strategies and producing new content for the site. In the image from the example, you can see my “Writing Tips” keyword is stronger than my “Flash Fiction Contest” one and stronger than every other suggested keyword in that section, giving me a strong indication that’s the best way to go.
Do this for a while, combine this information with Google’s Keyword Planner’s data, and you’ll end up with a robust set of keywords to work on your sites’ SEO.