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30-Day SEO Plan
Total: 4 minutes
DAY 1-6
Total: 3 hours
Seed Keywords
30 minutes
Competitors' Keywords
30 minutes
New Keywords
30 minutes
Filtering Keywords
30 minutes
Mapping Keywords
60 minutes
DAY 7-12
On-Page SEO
Total: 3 hours
Landing Page Audit
30 minutes
Title & Meta Description
30 minutes
& Alt Texts
30 minutes
Optimizing Copy
30 minutes
Taking Page Live
30 minutes
Mobile Optimization
30 minutes
DAYS 13-15
Technical SEO
Total: 1.5 hours
Website Audit
30 minutes
Crawlability & Indexing
30 minutes
Redirects & Code
30 minutes
DAYS 16-18
Total: 1.5 hours
Backlink Audit
30 minutes
Penalty Risk
30 minutes
Disavowing Links
30 minutes
DAYS 19-29
Link Building
Total: 5 hours
Competitors' Backlinks
30 minutes
Guest Blogging
30 minutes
30 minutes
Forum Link Building
30 minutes
Verifying Backlinks
30 minutes
DAY 30
Tracking Progress
Total: 30 minutes

Mapping keywords to relevant web pages

Today and tomorrow are your last days of working with keywords.

There's one last task to be done — keyword mapping.

Keyword mapping is the process of assigning all the keywords you've found to relevant pages of your website. So a keyword map, in its most basic form, is a spreadsheet with your keywords and pages of your website that are relevant for these given keywords. Well, it was a spreadsheet before WebSite Auditor got a dedicated module that turns days of work into a few minutes.

WebSite Auditor helps you build these maps quickly and plan keyword distribution across your website wisely.

It's a very important step of your SEO Plan because without a proper keyword map you're likely to have the following issues in the future:

  • Pages that don't rank because they lack relevant keywords.
  • Different pages that rank for the same search query because the topic is the same or they are optimized for the same keywords (keyword cannibalization).
  • Unused keywords that are very cost-effective but you've missed them because they lack relevant pages to target with (content gap).
  • The same content appearing on more than one page of your website (duplicate content).

All the above can hurt your rankings, so it's definitely worth avoiding such unwanted scenarios by creating a keyword map.

Before you jump to the mapping in WebSite Auditor, let's first group your keywords by theme in Rank Tracker.

Here's how it's done:

  1. Go to the Keyword Sandbox module, click Add New Group, and name it to your liking, e.g. "WebSite Auditor".


Yesterday, you filtered your keywords, and left only good ones. If you tagged low performing keywords rather than deleted them, make sure to adjust filtering settings accordingly so that you see only profitable keywords in your sandbox.
  1. Now select the keywords that are relevant to the topic of the group and drag them to the created folder.

  1. Create more keyword groups to further organize your keywords. To create a new group, click on the dedicated icon in the lower right corner of the screen.

  1. Then drag and drop your keywords to relevant folders, the same way you’ve done that in the second step.
You can automatically group your keywords according to different levels of semantic similarity. To do this, simply right-click the Ungrouped folder and choose Regroup by Topic.

Moving next to keyword mapping in WebSite Auditor:

  1. As you've already grouped your keywords in Rank Tracker (don't forget to save your project), go straight to WebSite Auditor.
  2. Jump to the Keyword Map submodule under Content Analysis.
  3. Click Import from Rank Tracker and select your saved Rank Tracker's project. Also, if you need it, you can enter your keywords manually or add new ones later at any time.

  1. Once keywords are imported, you'll see a dashboard with your keywords, relevant pages of your site, and the information on their optimization rate, organic traffic, along with a list of their mapped and ranking keywords. To map a specific keyword or keyword group to the relevant page, pick a keyword or a keyword group, and the page you want to map it to, and click Map.

It's better to assign more competitive keywords to "stronger" pages like your homepage, for instance. And make sure to only assign keywords to semantically relevant webpages.

Also, if you want to do some out-of-school learning on keyword mapping in WebSite Auditor, make sure to check this ultimate guide.

Congratulations! That's all for the keywords part of your 30-day SEO Plan. By now you should perfectly know how to:

  • Define seed keywords and check their rankings
  • Spot your competitors' keywords
  • Discover thousands of new keywords
  • Filter your new keywords based on various SEO metrics
  • Map your filtered list of keywords to relevant pages of your website

If you need to revise any material, make sure to get back to it by using the navigation bar on the left. If you have any questions after finishing the Keywords module, make sure to drop them in the comments section below.

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