Topical Map Service
Achieve Topical Authority And Dominate Your Niche

HOW IT WORKS:

Tell us your niche

1.) Tell us your niche

Topical Map Generation

2.) Topical Map Generation:

Our team will manually uncover all the topics you need to write to be considered a “Topical Authority” from Google. Think of this as a replacement for the keyword research process.

Receive the topical map

3.) Receive The Topical Map

In less than 7 business days in an easy-to-implement format.

What is topical
authority?

Topical Authority is the hottest topic to hit the SEO industry in 2022.

Numerous case studies have shown people getting fast and profound traffic results with little to zero link building.

The technique involves complete coverage of a topic on a website.

If you want to rank an article on “protein powder”, one article isn’t enough.

You need to cover everything related to protein: “what is protein”, “does protein make you fat”, “does bacon have protein”, …

A Topical Map is a complete list of articles that need to be written in a niche.

We use the following sources to scrape for all the possible topics related to your niche:

  • Your competitors’ websites
  • Google NLP API
  • Wikipedia
  • Google autocomplete
  • Google related searches
  • People Also Ask
  • Answer the Public
  • Ahrefs Questions
  • Google Trends
  • Exploding topics
  • Good ol’ fashioned critical thinking

We then take the complete list of topics and cluster them together using industry-standard clustering software.

This groups together the topics that need to be written in the same article (“does protein make you fat” + “does protein have many calories”) and separates articles that shouldn’t be written together (“does bacon have protein” - “do teenagers need more protein”.)

Topical Map

$397

  • Fully clustered topical map
  • 7 business days turnaround time
  • 100% Money Back Guarantee

TESTIMONIALS

Aaron
Green

This has some really great topics and keywords that I probably never would have found otherwise. It’s also very convenient. You won’t have to spend hours collating all the keywords into their proper clusters.

Steve
West

This is quite valuable information. I’d pay at least $500 for this.

Caleb
Johnstone

The topical map that I got for my seed keyword was great and easy to go through! Even for the topic silos with very little volume, you’ll have topics that you’ll be able to cover to achieve topical authority.

FAQ

Before Placing Your Order

What is a Seed Keyword?

Seed keywords are 1-2 words or phrases (max 3) that sums up the topic you wish to explore more keywords for. 

Why is it important to identify a "good" Seed Keyword?

A good seed keyword is the foundation of your topical map. Identifying one that’s most aligned with the topic you wish to explore will result in more relevant keyword recommendations from the SEO tools we use, and will ultimately help us tailor the topical map according to your needs. 

Examples

Seed Keyword Example

Is this for English websites only?

Yes, this service is for English language only.

 

Can you give me a free trial or a sample output before I place my order?

Currently, we don't offer samples or free trials for the service, but we do offer money back if you find yourself unsatisfied with the output.

I have multiple topics I want to cover. Will you be able to include everything in the topical map?

Our topical maps only cover one silo at a time. Should you wish to cover multiple niches, you’ll have to order one map for each.

I want to order multiple topical maps. Do you give discounts?

No, unfortunately, we don’t offer discounts. The price already reflects the cheapest we can do for the service.

After Receiving Your Order

How to use the topical map?

The “Page theme” is the main topic of a suggested article and the “Supporting Keywords” are secondary keywords that should be added to the same article.

The clustering algorithm we use will batch various topics and keywords together by their search intent.  

For example, if the same articles are consistently ranking for the keywords “digital marketing” and “online marketing”, then the algorithm will cluster them together and recommend you write the same article for them.

Please note: The clustering algorithm is good, but it sometimes makes mistakes (<1.8% of the time).

In the following example, the overall intent is pet bird toys. However, we still need to create individual pages for the following because their search intent is different:

  • Best pet bird toys 
  • best cockatoo toys 
  • best parrot toys
  • best toys for cockatiels

  • Since “best toys for pet birds” is the same as "best pet bird toys”, we won’t need a new page for it.

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    What is Avg difficulty?

    This is the average Ahrefs keyword difficulty score. The higher it is, the harder it is to rank theoretically. 

    What is sum volume?

    This is the sum Ahrefs volume of all supporting keywords.

    How should I interlink these articles?

    Interlinking guidance is not something that is covered in a topical map delivery.

    I see a number of topics with keyword volume 0. Are these worth writing for if the volume is 0?

    We’re working on topical authority. You should write about topics, even if they have no search volume - or if they seem too difficult to rank for. The goal is to complete a topical map to achieve topical authority.

    Some rows have no traffic data.

    These are extra topics that we found through both intuition and manual investigation, hence why our software didn’t extract data. Nonetheless, we found them important and included them in there for you.

    Some of the page themes include many supporting keywords. Do I need a long article to cover it all?

    No, not necessarily. Your article's word count should always be the average of your top 3 competitors on Google.

    For the topical map, am I right in thinking that it needs to remain complete and if you remove keywords from the map, it no longer works as well? 

    Based on the theory, you’re not supposed to remove any. That said, sites with higher link authority can get away with smaller topical map coverage.

    Some keywords seem irrelevant. Should I exclude them?

    This depends on the keyword. Due to the number of keywords in the analysis, we might get a few keywords that slip through the cracks and should be excluded.

    Example 1 - If we’re in the kitchen niche and we have the keyword “how to make a stove in minecraft”, we should exclude this

    Example 2 - If we’re in the weight loss niche and we have keyword “What is Leptin”, we should include this as it has a relationship towards weight loss

    Which article should I write first? Do I need to write the articles according to the order of the keywords? 

    The order of keywords isn't relevant. How you implement it is essentially up to you, as we don’t know your prioritizations:

    • Do you need more info content right now?

    • Are you on a limited budget?

    • Are you going to sell the site soon?

     All of these questions would affect the answer to your question. Additionally, the number of articles depend on the number of unique search intent topics there is.

     

    How fast would you recommend that I create the content? 

    Same as above.

    When can I expect results or improvement on my website?

    Once you've conveyed enough topical relevance to google, you should see a positive improvement to your website's organic traffic.

    Results will be most noticeable after Google updates happen. Think of it as an amplifier to your website’s current level. Getting a boost in website traffic might mean your website has a 1.3x multiplier, while websites that get hit might get a 0.7x multiplier.