Wow, I can't believe I'm 30 issues in and still going.

In the last week or so, I've been developing a Node.js app inspired by AJ Kohn's post on Query Syntax. The app compares the search results of a group of related keywords to a primary keyword's search results and evaluates the percentage of results that match. By running this, I can conclude which keywords are really related, and the others which require a dedicated piece of content.

The reason for introducing you to my app is because I've learned some basic Node.js programming in a short period of time, just by having a problem that I needed to solve.

If I can do it, you can too. If you have a complex SEO problem you need to solve, start by learning a programming language and getting involved in the community. There's an article I've featured this week by Hamlet Batista which reiterates that point, and advocates data science and programming in the SEO community to empower people to be more data-driven.

Andrew Charlton

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