Keeping Your SEO Keywords Organized

Keeping Your SEO Keywords Organized

Finding the best keywords to get your blog or online shop noticed doesn’t have to be tricky.

After you’ve determined the best keywords for your posts or product descriptions, you can end up feeling bombarded by keyword phrases, keyword variations, and long-tail words to keep track of… Not to mention hashtags you could be using on social media platforms you may be posting to.

The whole process can seem frustrating and overwhelming.

After all, you just want your totally awesome blog noticed by people out there who will find your expertise useful. You just want to get your products in the hands of those who will find them valuable.

So what can you do?

I used to feel like I was doing something wrong with my teaching resources. Were they not high-quality enough to spend money on? Did other teachers not find them as useful as I did for their classrooms? Was I kidding myself, thinking I could get my resources out into the world to help students learn?

No. I just wasn’t marketing.

I wasn’t marketing enough.

And I wasn’t marketing the right way.

You know in Field of Dreams, when they say, “If you build it, they will come”? Well, guess what. I built it, but nobody showed up.

I found out I actually had to advertise my resources in order to get them noticed and in the hands of educators.

That meant focusing on SEO for my blog, my TpT store, and my social media accounts. If I really wanted my products seen, I needed to figure out what teachers would search for if they wanted to find my resources.

I created this handy keywords organizer to help me and I thought if it works for me, it might be helpful to other business owners, too!

SEO Keyword Organizers
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Katrina Martin

Katrina Martin is the owner of Katrina's Resources and a B-6 certified teacher in New York State. She specializes in elementary education and curriculum development. You can read her blog at or view her educational resources on

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