In this lesson we will be covering 7 valuable techniques and tools to help you develop the best keywords for your niche.
If you haven’t selected a Niche yet, take a look at the previous lesson, “7 Steps to Unearthing Profitable Niches” to select one or two for basing your keyword research on.
You can have the best affiliate product in the world, but if your buyers can’t find your affiliate page, you might as well try selling a single sock. That’s where keywords come in: to help direct people who might want your product to your affiliate site and offers.
The first stop is uncovering how to use the best super-computer ever known, the human brain (in this case yours!), to come up with ideas.We’ll then give you helpful sources for inspiration to expand on these initial ideas.
Keyword research can be a fairly time-consuming process, so we’ll give a little tip for categorizing useful sources. Buyer intent is an important part of the selection process, to ensure you are finding the most profit-potential keywords, so we give you some insight on that as well.
We then cover how to generate long-tail keywords, which are essential for targeting the most relevant search terms for your niche or product.
Life is always a little easier when there’s less competition. Keywords are no different, so we’ll help you save time by trimming the words with the most competition from your list.
And finally, we’ll cover how to pull all your research into a complete keyword list for optimal effectiveness when you make your website and content.
1. Manually Brainstorm Keyword Ideas
One of the most frequently overlooked methods for keyword research is…Read More
2. Look for Seed Keyword Inspiration
So you’ve got a bunch of basic words and phrases in your brainstorm, and you’re ready to build a more…Read More
3. Save Juicy Keyword Sources
As an extra tip, while browsing these forums and Q&A threads, it pays to save the best ones for…Read More
4. Don’t Ignore Buyer Intent
It’s easy to get swept up with only targeting high-volume keywords. But you shouldn’t ignore…Read More
5. Use Tools to Generate Long-Tail Keywords
Like with buyer intent, the more specific your keywords are, the more likely you are to…Read More
6. Filter Out High-Competition Keywords
This is where the filtering process comes in. We’ve expanded our list further and further to get the best scope possible, and now it’s time to…Read More
7. Make Your Final Keyword Selections
So now that you’ve eliminated low search volumes and undesirable competition, it’s time to make a… Read More