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keyword research. There are few things less entertaining to read about than keyword
research. It never seems like there are enough keywords, and if you’re doing
something like Pay Per Click advertising, there really aren’t enough.
Luckily for you, I have a few tools and strategies I use to make this a whole lot
easier. It’s all about having a process and being willing to invest the time and energy
into developing lists that will actually be useful to you.
Where to Get the Best Keywords
Okay, so if you’ve been interested in Affiliate Marketing for any longer than a week or
two, you should have a good idea of how important keywords are. They are the
foundation of every good website and since you’ll be diving deep into a hyper
competitive field, you pretty much need to have a good strategy in place for making
sure the keywords you choose can be marketed successfully. Patience is important
in this business, but you don’t want to pour hundreds of hours and thousands of
dollars into ranking for a simple affiliate site.
I like to find my keywords in a number of ways. In my opinion, there are three types
of keywords that hold the most value:
1. Product Names
2. Author Names
3. Crisis Keywords
In addition to these three very vital, basic groups of keywords, you can also search
for keywords in the following categories:
4. General Specific Keywords
5. Longtail keywords
How you use these sets of keywords will ultimately determine how successful this
part of your preparation will be. To give you an idea of what I normally do though, I
will focus my energies into the first three almost entirely. It’s not that general specific
keywords and longtails are not effective (they’re vital for PPC campaigns), but
they’re just not going to covert as well. If you were about to buy something like a new
DVD player, would you be more likely to search for “dvd players” or a specific review
of a model you liked such as “Oppo DV-980H DVD Player Review”? The same goes
for your info products. People will search for product and author names when they’re
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