Do you want to know an easy way to get visible on the web and get more traffic? Use FAQ Fox, a question finding search engine that lets you choose the sources of your questions and then export them as an excel file.
Take a look:
STEP #1 Enter your subject
In this case, website plan niche is what I’d like to find questions for – I’d like to start answering better questions and this FAQ Fox search site is perfect for this task. Instead of going to each individual site and researching, I get a big list of questions in seconds.
STEP #2 Select Subjects and add any websites that have questions into the scroll-able text area.
I added a few additional websites to get the following results.
STEP #3 Click “Start your Search” or “Download .CSV”
Immediately, you should see the results populate on the webpage, or an excel worksheet will start downloading if you clicked Download CSV.
STEP #4 Choose questions that have some depth.
Now that you have a list, go for questions that have a lot of depth to you. You can mix up a question with a theme, for example: one of the eHow articles that populated on my list is “How to Start a Men’s Clothing Store”.
Using this, I can combine it with “How to Create a Market Niche” and get “How to Create a Market Niche in the Men’s Clothing Industry”.
But the easiest way to use the questions in the excel spreadsheet is to simply answer them yourself, using the exact phrase, perhaps preceded by “Q&A” to differentiate your post title.
- Reuse the questions and provide a more dynamic answer.
- Mix up questions to create highly specific answers.
- Answer questions better using original infographics, YouTube videos and more.
I hope you enjoyed this post and learned to use this new tool to create better content for your website, to help it get more traffic.