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  • Use Google Scholar to Expand Your Customer Base: Search for topics relevant to your industry & see who’s writing about them - this can help you find new people in the industry to do business with. You may also find relevant searches that focus on market research or lead generation strategies for companies within your niche - these could turn into potential prospects or partnerships in the future. You’ll also be able to gather in-depth knowledge about how other players in your industry are creating & interacting with content - this can give you new ideas for content topics of your own.




  • Narrow Your Results by Field Using Google Scholar’s Advanced Search: Fields are controlled by the Advanced Scholar Search function, which lets users can input keywords, phrases, & places where they occur. One can also segment results by authors, publishers, & dates.
  • Use Keyword Research to Inform Your Search: The more relevant satellite keywords you add, the more likely is it that Google Scholar will return good results for your topic.


How Does Google Scholar Work?

Google Scholar is a search engine for scholarly literature at major academic publishers & university presses that lets you find articles/citations on the topic of your choice.

It ranks documents based on the number of times an article has been viewed, printed, or downloaded within a set period of time (usually around 1 yr). Its aim is to rank documents the way researchers would: based on relevance & popularity.

Documents are added to its library when publishers submit them to the GS Metadata Program. From there, documents are indexed, ranked, & made available to searchers in search results.



  • Search by Year/Date to Find Trending Topics
  • Explore Related Articles to a Certain Topic
  • Follow Citations for Additional Ideas
  • Explore the Most Popular Articles & Publications: Browse the top 100 publications, ordered by 5-yr h-index & h-median metrics. Click the h-index number to see the article & citation metrics. The h-index is a number that represents the highest number of papers in the publication that have been cited at least that many times. The h-median metric is the median of the citation counts in its h-core. Articles in the top 50% of citations count towards this metric.


  • Find Industry & Competitor Topics: You could use Google Scholar to find content ideas is to look at what your competitors and other industry leaders are doing. Alternatively, you could use Google Scholar results to write about topics that are relevant to your industry. Lastly, you can use Google Scholar to find ideas for your product or service. 


Deepstash helps you become inspired, wiser and productive, through bite-sized ideas from the best articles, books and videos out there.



What Is Content Writing?

Content writing refers to creating content for online marketing purposes. With content, businesses can attract leads and foster positive connections with their audience, ultimately pushing them down the sales funnel.



How to Write Copy that Generates Results

With content writing, you want to find creative ways to inform and entertain your audience. But you also want to ensure your post is SEO-friendly, that readers will engage with it and that your content drives conversions. Because the fact is: brands that develop well-planned and researched content generate real results.


What Is SEO?

SEO is a method of optimizing the effectiveness of your content for the search engines, in order to help it rank higher than content from other sites that target the same search terms.

Google displays web pages in their search results based on the authority and relevance of the page to enhance the user experience. 

  • Google determines the relevance of your page by analyzing its content based on several factors, including where and how often you use certain words in that piece of content.
  • Google measures authority by the number of links pointing to that page and how trustworthy those links are.