Keyword Research Ideas For Vacation Rentals

I think keyword research is the most important first step in building your online vacation rental business. This is where battles are won and lost… Choose the wrong keywords (ones with no traffic) or pick keywords too competitive & you will never rank for them.

The first thing I like to do when choosing keywords is to brainstorm… I try to think of anything and all keywords related to my vacation rental.

Be sure not to limit yourself here. I like to ask family & friends to get in on the brainstorming session with me… Free pizza & beer for an hour of brainstorming!

Here are some ideas to help you get started:

That list should help get the juices flowing.

You might be tempted to lump all your info on say, Theaters, onto one page, but you must resist the temptation.

To optimize your site and your keywords in the best way possible, you need to dedicate a separate page to each item. So if you have 30 National Parks in your area, you will write about each one on its own page. Got lots of events? Write a review of each event. You will be amazed at how much traffic (and renters!) you will start to attract.

It’s a lot of work, I know, but that’s the way it is. Don’t be a whiner. 🙂 I have some writers on staff if you need help; as of now they charge $20.00 bucks for a single 400 word article.

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I believe that adding restaurant info and restaurant reviews will generate traffic and these articles will also be good resource for guests who may only want to dine out once or twice — this helps them find exactly the type of restaurant that suits their needs and budgets.

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A great list and it does get the mind going. Shopping Malls is another one I would add – us Brits love to shop.

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