A New Twist to Blogging!

In my technology in public relations class, I got a chance to learn about SEO and SEM. Search Engine Optimization and Search Engine Marketing go hand in hand to increase viewers on a website. Using Google Ad Words, I was able to find some interesting words that I should use to increase my blogs visibility.

Original 5 Words:

  • “Blog”- 1,000,000 global monthly searches
  • “Technology”- 301,ooo global monthly searches
  • “Student”- 165,000 global monthly searches
  • “Advertising”- 135,000 global monthly searches
  • “Public Relations”- 90,500 global monthly searches

5 of Googles Suggestions:

  • “Technology News”- 74,00 global monthly searches
  • “New Technology”- 60,500 global monthly searches
  • “Blog Sites”- 40,500 global monthly searches
  • “Blogging”- 40,500 global monthly searches
  • “Public Relations Agency”- 880 global monthly searches

Examples of how I would incorporate these words into my blog:

  • In my technology class, we are learning technology news that may benefit public relations students.
  • New technology is being made everyday; which will eventually impact our society.
  • Blog sites such as WordPress, Weebly, Tumblr, etc are all examples of free blogs.
  • Many public relations professionals use blogging as a way to express their work.
  • Public Relations Agencies look for young and fresh individuals to represent them.


  1. zahmv · March 3, 2016

    Good Keywords, they were similar to mine. I like the nice, simple look here. Remember to add a tag and picture.


  2. Kayla Bucci · March 4, 2016

    Great post! It is very well laid out and organized!


  3. Proofreading24 · March 4, 2016

    How intriguing! 🙂


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