But don't get caught up in the literal results that you find!
For instance, if you use the Google Keyword Tool with "Stop Smoking" as an example, you get a great, long list of keyword phrases that people are actually typing into the search boxes:
best way to stop smoking
how to stop smoking
hypnosis stop smoking
stop smoking products
stop smoking aid
free stop smoking
stop smoking program
The two bolded phrases in the list above are great keyword phrases to rank for, but more and more people are trying to rank for the literal phrase by writing and submitting articles with the exact phrase in them...and they just don't make sense!
For instance, someone would write an article with this title:
"Hypnosis Stop Smoking: Getting Help To Quit Easily"
Umm, I'm sorry but that doesn't make a bit of sense! It is gramatically incorrect and is frankly improper English.
Don't write like this to rank for the literal keyword phrase! You will look like an idiot to internet users and your CTR, much less your reader rate, will be somewherejust north of NILL.
Instead, write this: "Stop Smoking Hypnosis: Getting Help To Quit Easily"
Much nicer! You will get readers and click-throughs.
Another example using the list above is "free stop smoking."
Sure enough, people are submitting articles about free stop smoking.
"Free Stop Smoking - 3 Steps To Quit Easily"
Free stop smoking WHAT!?
Free stop smoking suppositories? Free stop smoking doppler radar images?
Hopefully you get the point. If the keyword phrase makes no sense, don't use it literally. Instead, work it into a phrase that your potential buying clients will be searching for...not for somthing that makes no sense or is written in poor or improper English.
Oh, one more thing. I wouldn't suggest that new article marketers go for this niche. The competition is cutthroat and ferocious. Very hard niche to even get a portion of!
Good luck and KEEP WRITING!