Get Traffic Without A Link Building - KGR Method

Posted by GoogleOperators on July 20th, 2019

A few years ago precisely 2013 Doug Cunnington started his journey as Internet Marketer. Since he didn't know much about SEO, he started to learn from various sources / other people experiences. A year or two passed he managed to come up with SEO keyword research method called KGR - Keyword Golden ratio. The amazing thing with this method is that you don't even need to build links to rank. For the keywords that meet KGR requirements, the competition is so low which results in ranking on the first page of Google in just a few days without any link built.

How does the KGR method work? It's pretty much simple and easy. To calculate KGR you will need to get allintitle number and search volume for a specific keyword. You don't know what is allintitle? Please take look at this photo:


Google operator allintitle

In the example above I used the keyword "google search operator 2019" as you can see I got 6 results from Google. What this actually means? It tells us that only 6 websites use my keyword term in their title. As you can see the ranking for this keyword would be easy peasy. But it's not just allintitle you need to combine both search volume and allintitle number to get KGR score. Basically, KGR tells you if the search volume is high and allintitle number low that ranking for that keyword will be easy. 
Here you have KGR method explained: Keyword Golden Ratio

The only problem here is that calculating everything manually takes a lot of effort and time since you need to combine multiple tools. There is a tool for this it's called allintitle bulk tool: The registration is totally free, they let you test the tool before paying for keywords. The pricing is really cheap only --content--.02 per keyword. It will calculate everything for you and you will be able to easily filter out the KGR keywords.


You probably wondering how to find a list of keywords which you can import in allintitle tool. It's pretty much easy you can use the Keyword Planner Tool offered by Google directly. This way you will always get correct search volume numbers. You can export 700 keyword suggestions for every keyword you put in Keyword Planner. Simply paste those keywords on and it will calculate KGR and allintitle for you.

You still don't get it?

Then simply Google out "KGR method" and "allintitle operator" I'm sure you will find a lot of useful info. Good luck.

Quote from nichesiteproject:


The ratio is this…

The number of Google results that have the keyword phrase in the title divided by the local monthly search volume, where the LMS is less than 250.

If the KGR is less than 0.25, then you should rank in the top 100 when your page is indexed.

You should still rank in the top 250 when the KGR is between 0.25 and 1. And it should be pretty fast.

Quote from mangoolos:


In my initial full-scale test of the Keyword Golden Ratio, I published 200 posts focused on KGR keywords over five months and the results were amazing.

The website went from 0 to ,853 in 12 months and the traffic increased by about 800%.


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