Buyer Keywords Generator

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Does anyone know how useful this new keywords product is. It doesn't go into too much detail on the site?

Regards
Bobby
#buyer #generator #keywords
  • Profile picture of the author angyclick
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    i don't really know this product. I just did a quick scan at the slik sales page.
    I also did a who-is on it and the sites been registered since June 14 2009. So now it has been over 2 months and the sales page indicates that less than 1% will be sold. Just my observation.

    Personally my little secret place for buying keywords has always been the Table of index found on any niche book at Amazon! When I go into a niche Amazon is the first place I start.

    angy
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    • Profile picture of the author robkat
      Originally Posted by angyclick View Post

      i don't really know this product. I just did a quick scan at the slik sales page.
      I also did a who-is on it and the sites been registered since June 14 2009. So now it has been over 2 months and the sales page indicates that less than 1% will be sold. Just my observation.

      Personally my little secret place for buying keywords has always been the Table of index found on any niche book at Amazon! When I go into a niche Amazon is the first place I start.

      angy
      I've just spend time at Amazon looking at books in one of my niches. By 'Table of Index' do you mean the 'Table of Contents'? If so,thank you - you have just handed me some long tail phrases to target If you meant something different, could you please explain further? I'm trying to decided on Buyer Keywords Generator but can't really afford it at the moment. Something that could give me similar results for nothing would make my day complete.

      I've never really searched Amazon this way before. I tended to stay clear as the payout margin is so low. I have used it to do a broad search for niche ideas in the past.

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      • Profile picture of the author Joe2
        Has anyone experience on the support level of these two tools

        Joe
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      • Profile picture of the author Joe2
        Originally Posted by robkat View Post

        I've just spend time at Amazon looking at books in one of my niches. By 'Table of Index' do you mean the 'Table of Contents'? If so,thank you - you have just handed me some long tail phrases to target If you meant something different, could you please explain further? I'm trying to decided on Buyer Keywords Generator but can't really afford it at the moment. Something that could give me similar results for nothing would make my day complete.

        I've never really searched Amazon this way before. I tended to stay clear as the payout margin is so low. I have used it to do a broad search for niche ideas in the past.

        Kathy
        Hi Kathy

        Would it be possible for you to go into your 'table of contents' strategy in amazon a little deeper? Do you select actual words from the table of contents and use them for keywords. Could you give an example?

        Hope you can find the time and would very much appreciate your help.

        Thanks
        Joe
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      • Profile picture of the author PR0042
        Originally Posted by dzoaffiliate View Post

        yes that's what i meant - table of contents!
        good luck - i've been using this technique for years now
        I have an amazone affiliate account. I would like to know how to get at "Amazon API" . Can someone help... I suspect it is looking me right in the face.. As I suffer from newbee blindness :-)) I guiding hand would be appreciated.
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    • Profile picture of the author Joe2
      Originally Posted by angyclick View Post

      i don't really know this product. I just did a quick scan at the slik sales page.
      I also did a who-is on it and the sites been registered since June 14 2009. So now it has been over 2 months and the sales page indicates that less than 1% will be sold. Just my observation.

      Personally my little secret place for buying keywords has always been the Table of index found on any niche book at Amazon! When I go into a niche Amazon is the first place I start.

      angy
      Hi Angy

      I'm sorry my last post was addressed to the wrong person and should have been addressed to you:

      Hi Angy

      Would it be possible for you to go into your 'table of contents' strategy in Amazon a little deeper? Do you select actual words from the table of contents and use them for keywords. Could you give an example?

      Hope you can find the time and would very much appreciate your help.

      Thanks
      Joe
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    • Profile picture of the author PuppyLove
      Originally Posted by angyclick View Post

      i don't really know this product. I just did a quick scan at the slik sales page.
      I also did a who-is on it and the sites been registered since June 14 2009. So now it has been over 2 months and the sales page indicates that less than 1% will be sold. Just my observation.

      Personally my little secret place for buying keywords has always been the Table of index found on any niche book at Amazon! When I go into a niche Amazon is the first place I start.

      angy
      Thanks Angyclick for the tip about using the Amazon table of contents. That is a real goldmine for my niche. That is going to save me loads of research time!
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  • Profile picture of the author age_magician
    FINALLY! someone created this software!
    I already got it.

    Here is a screen shoot :-
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  • Profile picture of the author Gary Pettit
    I purchased the PRO Version of this software last night. Please be aware that you will be charged $77.00 for the software but if you want to buy the completed Version(Pro Version) you will be charged an additional $77.00. So in all honesty if you want the complete Buyer Keywords Software it will cost you a total of $154.00. They also have a membership offer of $39.00 monthly they try and get you to sign up for after that...which I declined on.

    I'm still trying to wrap my head around the whole benefit(subjective) of this software but it will probably take me a few more days. However I will say this: My first impression of the overall look of the software itself was a little dissapointing and basic(boring) looking compared to some of the other software products out there for the same price point($154.00). It appears that they put most there efforts into a beautiful highly graphical well written sales page and PDF book but no effort into the actual overall look of the software. It already has an outdated look to it compared to other programs like Keyword Elite 2.0 or Market Samaurai. I think a lot of people will agree with me on this point.

    However with that said...it's how the software functions more than how it looks. I will have to find this out within the next couple weeks to determine if it's worth keeping.
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    • Profile picture of the author Asher
      Originally Posted by sparkie2260 View Post

      It appears that they put most there efforts into a beautiful highly graphical well written sales page
      They don't have "a" beautiful, highly graphical,
      well-written sales page... they've got a lot!

      They've got EIGHT sales pages... Mad.

      And age_magician... that screenshot is the
      exact same one on the salespage, is it not?
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    • Profile picture of the author PR0042
      Originally Posted by sparkie2260 View Post

      I purchased the PRO Version of this software last night. Please be aware that you will be charged $77.00 for the software but if you want to buy the completed Version(Pro Version) you will be charged an additional $77.00. So in all honesty if you want the complete Buyer Keywords Software it will cost you a total of $154.00. They also have a membership offer of $39.00 monthly they try and get you to sign up for after that...which I declined on.

      I'm still trying to wrap my head around the whole benefit(subjective) of this software but it will probably take me a few more days. However I will say this: My first impression of the overall look of the software itself was a little dissapointing and basic(boring) looking compared to some of the other software products out there for the same price point($154.00). It appears that they put most there efforts into a beautiful highly graphical well written sales page and PDF book but no effort into the actual overall look of the software. It already has an outdated look to it compared to other programs like Keyword Elite 2.0 or Market Samaurai. I think a lot of people will agree with me on this point.

      However with that said...it's how the software functions more than how it looks. I will have to find this out within the next couple weeks to determine if it's worth keeping.
      While I am seriously considering buying Micro Niche Finder, I will wait out your review of Buyer Keywords Generator
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  • Profile picture of the author bobcath
    Sparkie2260

    Thanks for the feedback, appreciated. I've just purchased Market Samaurai, and then noticed this and thought it may be more relevant to fing what buyers are searching for.

    Bobby
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    • Profile picture of the author Gary Pettit
      Originally Posted by bobcath View Post

      Sparkie2260

      Thanks for the feedback, appreciated. I've just purchased Market Samaurai, and then noticed this and thought it may be more relevant to fing what buyers are searching for.

      Bobby
      Your Welcome Bobby...

      Cool....Market Samurai is AWESOME! I've been using it the last 9 months and love it. Guess, I'll see if Buyer Keywords compliments Market Samrai
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    • Profile picture of the author the rider
      Originally Posted by bobcath View Post

      Sparkie2260

      Thanks for the feedback, appreciated. I've just purchased Market Samaurai, and then noticed this and thought it may be more relevant to fing what buyers are searching for.

      Bobby
      You can just get the free version of the market samurai and you can do the keyword research using that and google keyword.
      Thanks
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      • Profile picture of the author genietoast
        Good reviews on this. I got an email for this product, and it was very sales pitchy. Nothing more. So I felt I better check the Warrior Forum.

        Plus, if you look at the purchase agreement in the footer of the product, it specifically states that there are NO refunds.

        Buy with caution.
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        • Profile picture of the author Votoshka
          I'm glad I searched for this in the WF! I was seriously considering buying it for $77, so I'm VERY glad I found out that I wouldn't get the whole package for that price!!

          I am using MS so I'll stick with that for now! Sure it'd be handy to get those "buyer keywords" straight off the bat, but there are other ways of getting them, so I'll stick with that.
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          • Profile picture of the author liita
            I think that some of you are missing the point.
            BKG and BKG Pro must both be used in conjunction with the free course to fully understand the software, and get the best results.
            You have this free video training course offered through the pop-up at the sales page. You can use just that, and do everything manually, or use BKG to automate some (non-Pro) or most (Pro) of it.

            You need the video training to learn and understand the software.
            BKG (i.e. non-Pro) does only partially replace the manual work taught in the training course. But you need the video training course initially to effectively do this partial job.
            BKG Pro, does the full job for you, but you still have to use your brain to actually select, and filter. So it is not fully automated. But it is easy. And again, initially you still need the video training course to understand and use the software effectively.

            Alas, the guy who does the video training (Bob Chambers"The Multimedia Guy") has a pretty irritating way of speaking, which is the only downside of the video training. To me of course, you might think differently.
            I gave up at first, because he starts every video with : Hello, Bob Chambers "The Multimedia Guy". For goodness sake.
            The training is pretty thorough though in explaining the concepts behind the program. It almost hammers it in, by repetition of the same phrases explaining the concepts, and a short review at the end of each video.
            When you actually start using BKG, you can still hear the guy repeating the corresponding phrase(s) of the summary.

            BKG shows you the keywords which actual buyers are using.
            So not people doing initial research, or even people comparing candidate product models or product series side by side.
            But people actually looking to buy one specific brand and exact model. The people who already know what they want.
            They are most of the time only looking for "in stock". Either through Google, or directly at shopping sites.

            The video training teaches you first which words are used by people researching, people comparing, and people buying.
            Then it shows you how to combine these words with actual product specifics, like brand, series, model, etc.
            Effectively showing you how to use and combine these keywords with product specifics to target each specific group of people. But the main focus is on the group of buyers.
            It also reminds you that each group can be profitable. Especially the group of people in the stage prior to buying (the comparing types).
            Did anyone mention review sites ?
            Effectively you drill down to what words to add before, between, and after a specific brand and model of a product.
            You'll learn that a series within a brand is not good enough to classify the searcher as a buyer. But only a specific model will do.

            And the traffic you can expect from these (sometimes extremely) long keyword phrases is pretty low. But that shouldn't be a surprise because you are targeting buyers.

            The software also gives you a pretty good idea if your buyers are to be found in search engines, shopping sites, or sometimes both.
            Both require a different approach.

            When you have your buyer keyword phrases, plug them into Market Samurai, and finish the job or just to get a second opinion. But again, the traffic columns will probably show low numbers.
            Another thing is that if BKG indicates (by the numbers) that searches are mostly done at shopping sites, and Market Samurai confirms this, you will have to find out yourself how to resolve this.
            There is a good hint in the training video though.

            One last thing. When I emailed support and asked them straight out whether my researches went to the actual shopping sites and the search engines, they admitted that this was not the case. You are connecting to their database.

            If you want to really find out what BKG is about I would suggest to subscribe to the video training course, and following along with pen and paper, or electronic pen and paper.
            That's what I did anyway, before buying the Pro version.

            If you look at how comprehensive the video training is, I honestly do not think that anyone can explain/review the program in 1 or 2 forum posts.
            This software can make you lethal when combined with Market Samurai or its competitors.
            But you still need to get indexed first for those buyer keywords.

            If there is someone still awake after this Mark Twain sized post, I hope that s/he found it useful.
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  • Profile picture of the author Greg Jacobs
    Can somebody give a detailed review of exactly what this software does. It looks very intriguing, but the sales page is completely useless. (benefits, benefits, benefits.. but how bout some features for people that want to actually use it? )

    Does it use the Amazon API? Do you need to input a Key? Or maybe it is scraping from Amazon Suggest or the product pages?

    It is %100 self hosted? or does it work off their server?

    What kind of keywords does it return and from where?
    Can these keywords be filtered down into only product names?
    Are there any stats or data to go along with these keywords?

    And whats up with this Shopping Site Analyzer?


    Thanks for your input.
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    • Profile picture of the author Gary Pettit
      Originally Posted by Greg Jacobs View Post

      Can somebody give a detailed review of exactly what this software does. It looks very intriguing, but the sales page is completely useless. (benefits, benefits, benefits.. but how bout some features for people that want to actually use it? )

      Does it use the Amazon API? Do you need to input a Key? Or maybe it is scraping from Amazon Suggest or the product pages?

      It is %100 self hosted? or does it work off their server?

      What kind of keywords does it return and from where?
      Can these keywords be filtered down into only product names?
      Are there any stats or data to go along with these keywords?

      And whats up with this Shopping Site Analyzer?


      Thanks for your input.
      Hi Greg,

      I've only had the software for 2 days now but I believe it does work off the Amazon API...you do not have to input any keys!

      and Yes...if you purchase the Pro Version for an additional $77($154 total) you will get the benefit of drilling down to product names.

      The shopping analyzer is a monthly membership that costs and additional $39 per month. I didn't get this!

      As I learn more about the software I'll post again!

      Best Regards,
      Gary
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      • Profile picture of the author Greg Jacobs
        Originally Posted by sparkie2260 View Post

        Hi Greg,

        I've only had the software for 2 days now but I believe it does work off the Amazon API...you do not have to input any keys!

        and Yes...if you purchase the Pro Version for an additional $77($154 total) you will get the benefit of drilling down to product names.

        The shopping analyzer is a monthly membership that costs and additional $39 per month. I didn't get this!

        As I learn more about the software I'll post again!

        Best Regards,
        Gary
        Thanks for you reply Gary. If it is not requiring you to input a key, it is most likely scraping using cURL. I am very interested to hear your results after you have a few more days to test it.

        -Greg
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      • Profile picture of the author age_magician
        Hi,

        Yes, sparkie2260 is right.

        There are 3 things :-
        1- Buyer Keywords Generator standard version. "One time fee"
        2- Buyer Keywords Generator Pro version. "One time fee"
        3- Shopping Analyzer. "membership site"

        First the difference between the standard version and the pro version that the pro version can go to the product level and can search in niche shopping sites.

        The software can search in 5 different types of sources :-
        1- General Shopping sites "Amazon, Shopping, Ebay, Yahoo shopping, and others".
        2- Quick Search Database "They don't saying what is the source is".
        3- Search Engines "4 sources".
        4- Product Names "Apparel, Baby, Jewelry, Video games, etc... (27 sources)".
        5- Niche Shopping Sites "Books, Clothing, etc... (26 sources)".

        The 4th and the 5th is features in the pro version only.

        The software also gives SEO data like "search volume, adwords, time, etc...".

        The last thing in the software it gives the hot keyword list so if you don't know where you can start then you can check the hot keyword list so you can check what is the hot keywords that buyers search for.


        That's about the software, about the membership site. I am still investigating about it but as I am understand it crawlers the authority shopping sites in the internet as well as in dmoz to gives you the top seller product in every niche.

        That's all for now and I will try to provide more information soon. For now I think this software is better than keyword elite because the software gives you what buyers looking for not what users looking for.
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        • Profile picture of the author age_magician
          There is something else the software is not require you to enter any api key but it connect every time to the server to check your username and password.

          I think they should update the GUI of the software but in the other side the software gives an amazing results.

          I will provide some screen shoots for the software soon "God willing".
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  • Profile picture of the author bobcath
    Age-Magician

    Thanks for the great feedback. I've decided to stick with MS for now and perhaps return to Buyer Keywords Generator later. It certainly sounds as though it would be good for very specific product searches.

    Bobby
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    • Profile picture of the author seanybyrne
      I just got this today!

      I realized that the darn thing only works with Windows.. and use a mac!

      I asked to see if they can produce a version for mac users..

      So far... design is horrible!! But I am not concerned about that! I want to see what this does... will it really produce buyer keywords?! I went for the pro version also...

      I think this is a cool tool...

      BUT.. I'm wondering if you could just find these keywords just as quickly and easily doing it yourself! I am going to test it out and I'll be back later!!

      Cheers guys!

      Sean
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      • Profile picture of the author teleam
        Has anyone test it out yet? How does it compare to "Market Samurai" and "Micro Niche Finder"?
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  • Profile picture of the author jcoon
    I to purchased the PRO version and every thing that sparkie2260 says is mostly true only problems I have with this producd is I NEVER GOT A Fing DOWN LOAD LINK!!!

    I have been to their help desk and entered like 5 or six tickets since (Aug 28) and they keep telling me they emailed me a link to my palpay email address and I have NEVER gotten it.

    after today I can only say; I don't jack because I can not get the software after paying for it.

    good luck!!
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  • Profile picture of the author abelacts
    Never heard of this product. Is it only applicable for Amazon? Or something else?
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  • Profile picture of the author Sumaryan85
    Good software, but you have to buy the one time offer to get full feature. Which is the backside, people dont expect to buy the one time offer.

    It is more suitable if you want to promote physical products ( Amazon, ebay, CJ etc ).

    For affiliate marketing I recommend Keyword Elite 2.0
    But that just my opinion.
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  • Profile picture of the author ezinedomain
    Buyer Keyword Generator Is one of the best 2009 tools to get Targeted traffic to your sales Page,
    My review : best Keyword tools in 2009
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  • Profile picture of the author Doiron
    webmind - you're absolutely right. This is a highly manipulative and borderline-dishonest approach. The attraction for me was that the sales page says we will be able to drill down to specifics. It turns out you can't do that without buying the upsell. I actually can't remember any other product that misrepresents so badly.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sam101
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    Just got an email from Andrew Hansen, who is touting its benefits via a video.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tony Hayes
    I was going to buy this but changed my ind when i read the review stating that they do not provide the full version as advertised unless you pay another $77.
    Too Sneaky and Sleazy for me!
    That's another two IM names off my list to buy from now or any time in future.
    Its not even manipulation, its misleading and arrogant to think they can do this to people who wanted to buy from them and expected to get as was advertised or what they were led to believe on the sales page.
    Hope you get a refund webmind.
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  • Profile picture of the author liita
    On 7th June 2010 in response to robofx, I received this error message when making the post :
    To reply to threads in this forum your post count must be 20 or greater.

    You currently have 2 posts.
    But previously, in May 2010, I had already made post #36 in this thread :
    http://www.warriorforum.com/internet...ml#post2099681

    Apologies to robofx, who also PM'ed me about it on July 21st.
    I could not post in this thread anymore, and I could not reply to your PM, I required at least 50 posts for that. But I had only 2 posts at the time.

    Today I received another PM about my earlier post above, from tzimukim.
    While I can post in the thread now, I can still not send PM messages. Should I go out on the forum and post some meaningless one-liner quality posts I see in some other threads ?
    No thanks!

    I left the forum. In July this year, I started posting again. I'm over 20 posts now. (Pad on the shoulder.)

    But I refuse to elaborate on BKG anymore.
    I'm pointing those who are interested to the people who want to monetize this forum at any cost.


    This forum is seriously broken.
    One day you can post in a thread, then shortly thereafter you can't anymore.

    The funny thing is that the reason given for these posting limits was to fight spamming.
    And these limits could be lifted instantaneously by buying the paid membership (War Room).

    To me both reasons actually encourage spamming the forum, and have ulterior motives.

    Encourage spamming :
    I could have gone on the board and spam it with the 18+ one-liners and cliches that were required to respond in the thread, like some others do by copy+pasting the same/similar lines, thread after thread.
    Or worse the 48+ posts required to be able to send PM messages.
    But I decided to digress.

    Ulterior motives :
    We all know that forum monetization is far more profitable when done with memberships, than it is with ads.
    So how convenient can it be that spammers targeted this forum just before introducing a payed membership ?

    I get a feeling of Déjà vu.
    Five years ago, I joined a small IM forum based in The Netherlands. The forum membership grew rapidly. And after 9 months the forum was spammed with Pron, Pharmacy posts, Viagra, Rolex, Mr. Ojuwande, Ms. Nigeria, etc, etc, etc. Posts and PM's.
    We asked questions by email about this, and to clean it up because it was difficult to find the real posts. And all we got as replies were "probably scriptkiddy this, xrumer that" excuses. In the 11th month the owner re-opened the forum at a new URL, at the end of the first week after, the spamming started again.
    The owner then introduced a new forum, not indexed by search engines, and with a new business model : 2 payed for memberships. One-time, and monthly payments.
    To fight the spamming it was said. Most of us refused, and as we found out later, from his business partner, he had spammed the old free forum himself. To help sell the membership forum to us more easily.
    So the "plan" is not new.

    I invite the one-line trolls, and copy+pasting cats to grab this opportunity to inflate their post count after my post.

    Let me give them a jump start with some meaningless unhelpful one-liners. Ready to be copy+pasted. :

    "Wooaaaaaah. no need to get hostile!"
    "I'm sure the real reason was to fight spamming."
    "I think you have it all wrong."
    "Who needs Buyer Keyword Generator anyway."
    "The money is in the list anyway."
    "Get the niche, or the keywords wrong and your site will not get profitable."
    "Wrong thread, please delete."

    Good luck to you.
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    @tzimukim:
    Like I wrote earlier, I'm not elaborating on BKG anymore.
    The best I can do for you, is point you to the videos which introduce the software program. So you can determine if it is what you are looking for.

    Software Video Tutorials for Buyer Keywords Generator

    And you will still need to go through the free course (for giving up firstname + email) "Buyer Keyword Profits Exposed!" to know how to understand and use the software at its best.
    But as I said before, the free course is all you need. If you develop a quick(er) way to do things you can save yourself the $77 standard version + $77 (upsell to Pro) + $50/month (upsell for researched and ready-made monthly niches).
    If you want to flush out a whole site quickly with Adsense or Amazon, based on highly searched for buyer keywords, say Canon Powershot S/SD Series digital cameras (the ultracompact point-and-shoot cameras) you can with BKG.
    Stick the found keywords it lists, in the titles and your articles/reviews.

    Buyers keywords work also better with Adsense because people in buying mode are more trigger happy then info seekers/researchers, who come more to read.

    Oh, and you still need to build backlinks.

    Go to Alexa's Top Sites list : Alexa Top 500 Global Sites
    Find a site that's on-topic, or has a section that is on-topic to your site.
    The site should allow you to post freely after joining, or directly without having to join. And the site should also allow you to post backlinks in your posts/comments to your inner pages. Bare in mind, that I'm not telling you to spam.
    A site like Topix.com, has all these features and is always ranked somewhere around #900-#910 in Alexa's Top Sites list.
    (You only get to see past #500 now I think if you pay Alexa.)
    They have an extremely active and busy forum, with (opinion) polls and very many subjects, and where right after registration you are allowed to participate and make posts, with links.
    Google and Alexa love/hump Topix. Just type site:topix.com into Google and look at how many results, over 42,000,000
    Pick an on-topic forum and start making meaningful/helpful/serious posts, with links to your inner pages. It's useless to keep posting backlinks to the same inner page of your site from the same page at Topix, so use the same backlink URL only once on each Topix page.
    The backlink stays, but the problem with sites like Topix is, that the surge in traffic is temporary. The threads there are hundreds of pages. people don't page back, I guess. So you have to keep at it.
    You can expect to see traffic coming in from topix within 2 hours max after your first posts. The more on-topic and interesting, your posts are, the more benefits you'll see at your own site when they come.
    I left this method long time behind me. Too time consuming and boring. But it's a good start to get traffic initially.
    Just go where the traffic is, and re-direct it in a whitehat way to your own webpages.

    P.P.S. So I got carried away, I did elaborate a bit.
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