Updated 6/6-Google Traffic Loophole...Hot Niches In Under 3 Seconds + EZA Success Spying

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It's Wednesday and time to give back to
all you fellow Warriors who give so much
great info here!




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Google Niche Research Loophole
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This takes no more than 3-5 seconds to
do and will reveal some super hot niches
to dive into...with traffic stats for proof.

Step 1: Open Up Google.com

Step 2: Type a "Seed Topic" word

This can be anything like:

wedding
fishing
online marketing
baby crib
microphones
photography

Step 3: Insert the "Secret Google Code"

Code: (copy the entire string)

Code:
site:ezinearticles.com "This article has been viewed 2000..199999" "Article Submitted On: * *, 2009"
Do you know exactly what this code does?

If not, I'll explain it in detail for you
in just a second.

Step 4: Click Search

You're going to notice something super
awesome in the results: Topics that are
grabbing thousands of eyeballs!


This method is so powerful because it allows
you to see first hand what topics are traffic
magnets...
so you can "Clone & Profit"

(Hint: Pay close attention to the Title Tag and
Description Tag...it's what influenced the
traffic to click the link in the Google results!)

I made a video that goes into even
more customization tips, and a full explanation
of how to exploit this loophole to put money
in your pocket.


Video 1: Watch Secret Google Code Video Here



* New 6/5 Update Video


Video 2: EZA Success Spying For Exact Keyword Influences

(You'll see exactly how to spot hot keywords effectively from these articles...step by step...)


Now Clone & Profit,
Jack Duncan

P.S. Have a great Wednesday!
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  • Profile picture of the author visit_faraz
    Hey Thanks Jack,
    I just received your mail about this too.
    Awesome technique.

    Regards,
    Faraz
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  • Profile picture of the author TLTheLiberator
    Jack strikes again!

    Loved the video and will put to good use.

    TL
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  • Profile picture of the author Thamisgith
    Love it. Great video btw.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jon Alexander
    very cool tip!
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  • Profile picture of the author WinsonYeung
    Hey, i love this tips! Never aware of this method, it's awesome!!
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  • Profile picture of the author Jack Duncan
    Great! Glad to hear you are getting some good use of this technique.

    Just for clarification, doing a search for all articles submitted from Jan-Jun of 2009 with over 1000 views comes back with a whopping 29,000 results...and that is just for ezinearticles.com. You can also customize the search for other article sites that also show this information.

    Also, don't forget that you can change the values lower...and specify a month as well.

    For instance, this code:

    site:ezinearticles.com "This article has been viewed 500..199999" "Article Submitted On: May *, 2009"

    ...would reveal hot articles that were just submitted in May of 2009 with at least 500 views already.

    (Hint...if there is only 1 link in the article, contact the article writer and ask to pay for a link placement. )

    Enjoy and Prosper,
    Jack Duncan
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  • Profile picture of the author PamelaR
    Oh wow! I don't have time to say more, I gotta go use this. THANKS

    Pamela
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  • Profile picture of the author michaelmac
    Hey Jack,

    Awesome information that can only benefit the user!

    Thank you so much.

    Best,

    Michael
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  • Profile picture of the author TimG
    Jack,
    I've been using something similar for the last year or so and you are correct it does work wonders at finding the hidden gems. I do like your little tweaks to control the date of submission - That is pretty nifty my friend!!!

    Tim
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    Great Tip thx mate!
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  • Profile picture of the author bobmcalister
    well..either the server is being blassted or my video will not run to completion
    will try it on my newest idea
    thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author Lindsay Brynn
    Thanks. This is great info!
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  • Profile picture of the author Jack Duncan
    Razer...

    I find some amazing stuff using Google's advanced operands...It's well worth your time to spend some time understanding how each one works...Google is a super awesome resource for some pretty nifty data when you know how to squeeze it out.

    Cheers,
    Jack Duncan
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    • Profile picture of the author Greg Cooksley
      Originally Posted by Jack Duncan View Post

      Razer...

      I find some amazing stuff using Google's advanced operands...It's well worth your time to spend some time understanding how each one works...Google is a super awesome resource for some pretty nifty data when you know how to squeeze it out.

      Cheers,
      Jack Duncan

      Hey Jack,

      Firstly, thanks for the awesome tip....

      Secondly, do you have a link to any further information about how to use Google's advanced operands? Or, in fact, any neat search tweaks?

      Regards

      Greg
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  • Profile picture of the author kaisen
    Oh My God, I just used this...it's unbelievable! THANK YOU!
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  • Profile picture of the author mindspring
    Jack,

    That is why I love this forum. When you think you have figured a lot of things out somebody with a brilliant idea shows up with something out of the box. I like this one. Thanks.

    Steve
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    • Profile picture of the author blackjack
      jack


      you have done it again.
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  • Profile picture of the author virtuallywork
    What great information! Thank you ever so much! I love it ! Wow, things are so easy if you know what you are doing, aren't they?
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    Thank you thank you!
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  • Profile picture of the author DomiS
    Jack, many thanks - great stuff!
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    • Profile picture of the author Jack Duncan
      Great!

      Glad to hear you all are enjoying/using this tip...it's a gold mine when you start working with it!

      There are plenty more sites, though most not as big as ezinearticles.com, that offer their submission dates and stats.

      You can play around with variations and make sure to also use the word "views" in place of "viewed".

      If you spend the time hunting around first for the sites, you can then craft the code pretty quickly using the above code as a template.

      Cheers,
      Jack Duncan
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  • Profile picture of the author fizfaz
    Great share Jack. Thank You..
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  • Profile picture of the author Tony Shipp
    Good looking out.

    Thanks
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    • Profile picture of the author busybee
      Thanks Jack

      Great research method - Now, to apply it

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  • Profile picture of the author abelacts
    You rock, Steven.

    Simple but powerful. Finding topics couldn't be easier.
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    • Profile picture of the author csm
      Great tip - thanks for sharing!

      On my third search, however, I got this response from Google:

      "We're sorry...
      ... but your query looks similar to automated requests from a computer virus or spyware application. To protect our users, we can't process your request right now."

      Just to clarify, my searches were all manual, just three of them over a span of maybe 5-8 minutes.

      Anyone else see this?

      Susan
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    • Profile picture of the author Ray Erdmann
      Originally Posted by abelacts View Post

      You rock, Steven.
      ???
      What did I miss between the lines?
      Who is Steven and why are you thanking him?

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      • Profile picture of the author Jack Duncan



        Here is a code for Associated Content that will give you some great ideas from fast rising articles:


        Code:
        showing result 1 of 1 site:associatedcontent.com "total page views: 200.." AND "published content: 1" AND "published */*/2009"
        Now, that is a little different that the other codes, because as far as I can tell, Associated Content doesn't show their individual article view count...unless, of course, there is only 1 article.

        So, using this, we can get some hot topics for 2009 from the good folks at AC, who always have really creative Keyword Research ideas.

        Cheers,
        Jack Duncan
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        • Profile picture of the author mott
          Jack, I got your email on this method and it is quite clever, thank you so much for sharing it.

          Now maybe I am dumb, but I don't get how to figure out what would make an article have so many views? Like when I search on "dog", "Stop Puppy Biting - Do's and Don'ts" is an example of an article viewed a lot of times. But I'm not sure how EZ works from the readers' points of view. Like, are these people searching for "puppy biting" or "puppies" or "do's and dont's" and this pops up?

          Am I to assume that "puppy biting" is a good theme, and the various similar keywords are good for the theme, because of this? I guess I am confused as to what to do with this tool, how it can help. Also if "viewed" means the article was actually opened to read, or just viewed on a list. Thanks for any help, anyone.
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          • Profile picture of the author Jack Duncan
            Mott,
            That's a fantastic question...so good that I went ahead and created a video that addresses in detail how to go from finding to profiting:

            * New 6/5 Update Video

            Video 2: EZA Success Spying For Exact Keyword Influences

            (You'll see exactly how to spot hot keywords effectively from these articles...step by step...)

            Enjoy and Prosper,
            Jack Duncan

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            • Profile picture of the author mott
              Originally Posted by Jack Duncan View Post

              Mott,
              That's a fantastic question...so good that I went ahead and created a video that addresses in detail how to go from finding to profiting:

              * New 6/5 Update Video

              Video 2: EZA Success Spying For Exact Keyword Influences

              (You'll see exactly how to spot hot keywords effectively from these articles...step by step...)

              Enjoy and Prosper,
              Jack Duncan

              Thanks Jack I feel so important! Thank you for the video, I will check it out.
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  • Profile picture of the author abelacts
    Same here, no problem searching on Google...
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  • Profile picture of the author Nigel Greaves
    Jack,

    Another one of your excellent posts!

    Thank you,

    Nigel
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    • Profile picture of the author shorwood
      Thanks Jack,

      This is quite useful. I did a little bit of searching through other directories and for the benefit of everyone here, I will share some of the directories I found that this works with and the code that you need (as it is changed for some of them).

      Here you go:
      Search Warp - site:searchwarp.com "This article has been viewed 2000..199999"

      Idea Marketers - site:ideamarketers.com "This article has been viewed 2000..199999"

      Article Sphere - site:articlesphere.com "Views: 2000..199999"

      Articles Base - site:articlesbase.com "Views: 2000..199999"

      Article Pool - site:articlepool.com "Views: 2000..199999"

      Acme Articles - site:acmearticles.com "Number Times Read: 2000..199999"

      Article Bliss - site:articlebliss.com "Number Times Read: 2000..199999"

      Free-Articles-Zone - site:free-articles-zone.com "viewed 2000..199999 times"

      Now here are some that they don't show the view count directly on the article page, but they do show the stats on the category/subcategory pages, so it can find some articles on those pages that can be helpful:

      Article Trader - site:articletrader.com "(2000..199999 views)"

      Amazines - site:amazines.com "Article Views: 2000..199999"

      Article Maniac - site:articlemaniac.com "Viewed: 2000..199999 Times"

      And you can also use this to find topics on Quizilla as well. Though Quizilla is not an actual article directory, it can still be useful for market research, and you can post your articles there, so I decided to add it to this list:

      Quizilla - site:quizilla.com "Viewed 2000..199999"

      Some of them you may have to make the view count less than 2000 depending on the topic, but otherwise those will all work.

      Hope that helps save some people some time seeing what other directories it works with. (There are probably more out there, but these ones should be enough to get what you need)

      Shawn
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      • Profile picture of the author magwoi
        Originally Posted by shorwood View Post

        Thanks Jack,

        This is quite useful. I did a little bit of searching through other directories and for the benefit of everyone here, I will share some of the directories I found that this works with and the code that you need (as it is changed for some of them).

        Here you go:
        Search Warp - site:searchwarp.com "This article has been viewed 2000..199999"

        Idea Marketers - site:ideamarketers.com "This article has been viewed 2000..199999"

        Article Sphere - site:articlesphere.com "Views: 2000..199999"

        Articles Base - site:articlesbase.com "Views: 2000..199999"

        Article Pool - site:articlepool.com "Views: 2000..199999"

        Acme Articles - site:acmearticles.com "Number Times Read: 2000..199999"

        Article Bliss - site:articlebliss.com "Number Times Read: 2000..199999"

        Free-Articles-Zone - site:free-articles-zone.com "viewed 2000..199999 times"

        Now here are some that they don't show the view count directly on the article page, but they do show the stats on the category/subcategory pages, so it can find some articles on those pages that can be helpful:

        Article Trader - site:articletrader.com "(2000..199999 views)"

        Amazines - site:amazines.com "Article Views: 2000..199999"

        Article Maniac - site:articlemaniac.com "Viewed: 2000..199999 Times"

        And you can also use this to find topics on Quizilla as well. Though Quizilla is not an actual article directory, it can still be useful for market research, and you can post your articles there, so I decided to add it to this list:

        Quizilla - site:quizilla.com "Viewed 2000..199999"

        Some of them you may have to make the view count less than 2000 depending on the topic, but otherwise those will all work.

        Hope that helps save some people some time seeing what other directories it works with. (There are probably more out there, but these ones should be enough to get what you need)

        Shawn
        Shawn,

        Just wondering, how did you find those alternative codes for the different directories? There are a few directories that I would like to use for this method but which I have no idea how to source the code.

        Thanks
        Mag
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        • Profile picture of the author crafty1
          Thanks for the great tip Jack
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    this is a cool code
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  • Profile picture of the author Waterways2k8
    Hi Jack

    Thanks, you've just made my day better and awesome technique/ method to use on google- got some very interesting results

    Thanks again
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  • Profile picture of the author bwerner
    Hi Jack,
    finally a real useful technique, you have just made my day, thank you very much
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    • Profile picture of the author Jack Duncan
      @shorwood,
      Thanks so much for taking the time to post those others...Searchwarp is one that I was already using..."number of times read" is also good to note as a possible way of designating view count.


      As a side note...the top article (views per month since being written) was this article pulling in a whopping 17,893 views per month since it was written...Shows the power of a well ranked article at the right time. Consequently, you can see what this approach does for your website traffic here (Notice that the estimate is that 9% of all referral traffic is coming through EZA (the author has just 5 articles at EZA pointing to this site...)

      Just some thoughts,
      Jack Duncan
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    • Profile picture of the author warren4321
      Just discovered this post. I can say this is a really good tactic and sure I'm going to try for my site.

      I think I can do the same search for top AssociatedContent articles as well.
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    good enough post to make me join for sure great info thank you and great forum
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    • Profile picture of the author Jack Duncan
      Just wondering, how did you find those alternative codes for the different directories? There are a few directories that I would like to use for this method but which I have no idea how to source the code.
      Mag...post the directories and I'll post the codes for you...

      @Greg

      Secondly, do you have a link to any further information about how to use Google's advanced operands? Or, in fact, any neat search tweaks?
      Honestly, I just spent some time looking over Google's own doc's on this as well as some great books out there that show some awesome hacks...Try OReilly's Google Hacks and books dealing with Google Hacking for Penetration TestingGoogle Hacking for Penetration Testing (Hint: You can get a lot of great codes using the Amazon Search Inside features for these books.)

      Most of the time, you are going to be taking these resources and thinking outside the box a little.

      Cheers,
      Jack Duncan
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      • Profile picture of the author Jack Duncan
        Here's another neat trick:

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        Google Hot Niche Research Alert System
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        Step 1: Setup your search string as above.

        Say I want hot topics around "weddings"

        I would use:
        wedding site:ezinearticles.com "This article has been viewed 2000..199999" "Article Submitted On: * *, 2009"

        Step 2: Change the "viewed value" to 500 or 1000

        i.e.:
        wedding site:ezinearticles.com "This article has been viewed 500..199999" "Article Submitted On: * *, 2009"

        Step 3: Change the date to the current month. (*this works best at the beginning of the month.)

        i.e.:
        wedding site:ezinearticles.com "This article has been viewed 500..199999" "Article Submitted On: June *, 2009"

        Step 4: Setup a Google Alert using the code.

        Go to Google Alerts

        Input the above modified code...and your email address.

        Step 5: Sit back and let Google tell you when a new hot topic arrives.


        Now you will be notified by Google when there is a new breakout article and you can profit from the keywords and niche research...

        Enjoy and Prosper,
        Jack Duncan
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        • Profile picture of the author xiaophil
          Hi Jack thanks for some great search tips.

          One minor tweak: the upper bound of the number range is optional if you are just looking for the maximum.

          i.e "This article has been viewed 2000.." is fine


          Originally Posted by Greg Cooksley View Post

          Secondly, do you have a link to any further information about how to use Google's advanced operands? Or, in fact, any neat search tweaks?
          Here's quite a good one Greg:

          Unofficial Google Advanced Search


          Phil
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          • Profile picture of the author Jack Duncan
            Awesome Phil...thanks for pointing that out.

            Great resource for the advanced searche operands too!

            Cheers,
            Jack Duncan
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            • Profile picture of the author Ryan700
              Thanks for the code Jack! I tried it and it works great! I even used it without a keyword to find the top 13 articles of 2009. It's not surprising that the top articles revolve around weight loss, dating, penis enlargement and **** berry juice.
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              • Profile picture of the author pieman09
                Hi Jack, I have a question about video 2. When you open Rank Tracker for the first time, you enter in the Ezinearticle address for the article you're targeting. My question is should I do that for all of my the articles I'm targeting or is it just a one time thing?
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              • Profile picture of the author valley12
                Thanks! I just tried this code and it works very well. I didn't even know this code existed until now! Thanks again!!
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          • Profile picture of the author Greg Cooksley
            Originally Posted by xiaophil View Post

            Here's quite a good one Greg:

            Unofficial Google Advanced Search


            Phil

            Hey Phil,

            Thanks for the resource...

            Regards

            Greg
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            • Profile picture of the author tgrob
              I just wanted to thank you for this video. You're a very clear speaker and you get straight to the point. This was a wonderful watch and I hope you keep making more videos in the future. (please!) The sooner the better :-D

              I'm new to this forum and I cant wait to start contributing all the great ideas I've been having using all the new technologies out there.

              Thanks again for the vid!
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    • Profile picture of the author Jack Duncan
      Thanks Jack I feel so important! Thank you for the video, I will check it out.
      Your welcome...hope it clears things up for you.


      Someone asked "What do you mean by Title Tag and Description Tag"...

      If you watch Video #2...and you know what rankings are now bringing the traffic to that article...just do a search in Google for those terms, and find the Link (the Title of the article) and the Description below (not always the description tag...but definitely what the user saw that made them click on the link to get to the article.)

      Make Sense?

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  • Profile picture of the author OptionMarketing
    Thanks Jack...Great way to find a niche..can't wait to get home to watch the videos!
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  • Profile picture of the author Johnathan
    hmm, kind of cool... didn't realize google supported 'grep' type searches now!

    Originally Posted by Jack Duncan View Post

    It's Wednesday and time to give back to
    all you fellow Warriors who give so much
    great info here!




    ------------------------------------------
    Google Niche Research Loophole
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    This takes no more than 3-5 seconds to
    do and will reveal some super hot niches
    to dive into...with traffic stats for proof.

    Step 1: Open Up Google.com

    Step 2: Type a "Seed Topic" word

    This can be anything like:

    wedding
    fishing
    online marketing
    baby crib
    microphones
    photography

    Step 3: Insert the "Secret Google Code"

    Code: (copy the entire string)

    Code:
    site:ezinearticles.com "This article has been viewed 2000..199999" "Article Submitted On: * *, 2009"
    Do you know exactly what this code does?

    If not, I'll explain it in detail for you
    in just a second.

    Step 4: Click Search

    You're going to notice something super
    awesome in the results: Topics that are
    grabbing thousands of eyeballs!


    This method is so powerful because it allows
    you to see first hand what topics are traffic
    magnets...
    so you can "Clone & Profit"

    (Hint: Pay close attention to the Title Tag and
    Description Tag...it's what influenced the
    traffic to click the link in the Google results!)

    I made a video that goes into even
    more customization tips, and a full explanation
    of how to exploit this loophole to put money
    in your pocket.


    Video 1: Watch Secret Google Code Video Here



    * New 6/5 Update Video


    Video 2: EZA Success Spying For Exact Keyword Influences

    (You'll see exactly how to spot hot keywords effectively from these articles...step by step...)


    Now Clone & Profit,
    Jack Duncan

    P.S. Have a great Wednesday!
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  • Profile picture of the author Kesh247
    Originally Posted by Jack Duncan View Post

    It's Wednesday and time to give back to
    all you fellow Warriors who give so much
    great info here!




    ------------------------------------------
    Google Niche Research Loophole
    ------------------------------------------

    This takes no more than 3-5 seconds to
    do and will reveal some super hot niches
    to dive into...with traffic stats for proof.

    Step 1: Open Up Google.com

    Step 2: Type a "Seed Topic" word

    This can be anything like:

    wedding
    fishing
    online marketing
    baby crib
    microphones
    photography

    Step 3: Insert the "Secret Google Code"

    Code: (copy the entire string)

    Code:
    site:ezinearticles.com "This article has been viewed 2000..199999" "Article Submitted On: * *, 2009"
    Do you know exactly what this code does?

    If not, I'll explain it in detail for you
    in just a second.

    Step 4: Click Search

    You're going to notice something super
    awesome in the results: Topics that are
    grabbing thousands of eyeballs!


    This method is so powerful because it allows
    you to see first hand what topics are traffic
    magnets...
    so you can "Clone & Profit"

    (Hint: Pay close attention to the Title Tag and
    Description Tag...it's what influenced the
    traffic to click the link in the Google results!)

    I made a video that goes into even
    more customization tips, and a full explanation
    of how to exploit this loophole to put money
    in your pocket.


    Video 1: Watch Secret Google Code Video Here



    * New 6/5 Update Video


    Video 2: EZA Success Spying For Exact Keyword Influences

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    Excellent post! Nice one Jack!
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  • Profile picture of the author Vikuna2009+
    Well, tried the code the other day, did not work. Tried again today, does not work..... I highlight, click page, click copy, then type in keyword, comma, space then paste, nothing, Google finds nothing. Seems so super-simple, why can I not get it ??????????????????????????? Must be missing a brain cell...
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    • Profile picture of the author barbpuhak
      Vikuna2009+ try typing into the Google search bar: your keyword and then the code right after your keyword, here's an example using the keyword wedding

      wedding site:ezinearticles.com "This article has been viewed 2000..199999" "Article Submitted On: * *, 2009"

      Thanks Jack for such great instructions on how to use these codes.
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      • Profile picture of the author Snow_Predator
        Thanks a lot for the info Jack, I especially enjoyed the 2nd video - very informative indeed!

        I do have a question though, I did everything as you described, using the search term 'weight loss' and an ezine article titled 'Your Motivation To Lose Weight'

        I put into rank tracker, all the keywords from the google keyword tool website content search. It showed me that the article ranked first in google for the keyword 'hoodia 57' and 'rss for dummies' .... these are completely unrelated and when I type these keywords into google, the article is nowhere to be seen.

        It's the same with the other keywords that show up too. Now I get the feeling Rank Tracker is using the ezine.com domain instead of the article's specific URL ... any ideas on how I can correct this?

        Thanks in advance
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Hersh
    Unbelievable man!

    Really appreciate this thing. It can really make us money.

    Mike
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    • Profile picture of the author Jack Duncan
      Snow_Predator,
      Yes...it does look like Rank Tracker is now finding only the domain and not the actual URL...

      Let me see if there is a new setting in version 4.7.3 that affects this in some way...

      I'll contact support and see what is up.

      Cheers,
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      • Profile picture of the author annihilator
        Originally Posted by Jack Duncan View Post

        Snow_Predator,
        Yes...it does look like Rank Tracker is now finding only the domain and not the actual URL...

        Let me see if there is a new setting in version 4.7.3 that affects this in some way...

        I'll contact support and see what is up.

        Cheers,
        Jack Duncan
        uh, yeah... it looks like we can't check full URLs now.
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        • Profile picture of the author Bennette
          Powerful info Jack sitting right under our nose. You gotta love this forum because people are willing to share their knowledge. Now the key is to apply it and prosper.

          Thanks again

          Bennette
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  • Profile picture of the author Snow_Predator
    Thanks Jack, I await thy verdict with bated breath
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  • Profile picture of the author annihilator
    Oh my God. You are awesome.
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  • Profile picture of the author camrodri
    hi and thanks for this post, have you got any trick like this but for the spanish or latin market????
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  • Profile picture of the author Tim45
    Awesome trick! I'll use it every day.

    Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author obsidianave
    This is a great tool and I'm sure it'll help me build better articles. I've been struggling writing articles like crazy to make even just a buck.

    One thing I'd like to point out: Take a quick glance down the list of keywords you get from google adwords after the website search. Make sure that they're all relevant to your keyword! Sounds so simple but can really throw the results on rank tracker.
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  • Profile picture of the author GeorgR.
    Great, Great Post. Pure Gold!
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  • Profile picture of the author majidmaskat
    hey thanx this will help me a lot in my success in internet business
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  • Profile picture of the author majidmaskat
    hey i forgot how to utlise this method,can someone explain it to me, do i copy and paste the whole string? what string?
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  • Profile picture of the author Damien Roche
    I can't believe I have missed a trick like this. Absolute genius!! Sometimes you take google for granted, not anymore! There are so many other ways can be using these algorithms.

    Thanks!!
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  • Profile picture of the author majidmaskat
    hey thank you i have found out how to do it, thanx again
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  • Profile picture of the author conners88
    any idea why my post was deleted from this thread?
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  • Profile picture of the author andas09
    wow, this is a cool tip. This is my sunday night sorted then - research!

    thanks for sharing
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  • Profile picture of the author Ryan6
    Excellent work Jack. Very useful tool.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jared Alberghini
    Great share Jack,

    For those who are having trouble with the code Jack shared (or if you want a quicker way to use this technique), here is an easy to use script I put together, with 10 of the top article directories you can search by views/date/exact phrase/intitle... much quicker than copy/paste/edit...

    Affiliate Niche Monster - Hot Article Search

    Let me know of any other top article directories you think I should add to the search list. THX!

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    • Profile picture of the author Marhelper
      Originally Posted by Jared Alberghini View Post

      Great share Jack,

      For those who are having trouble with the code Jack shared (or if you want a quicker way to use this technique), here is an easy to use script I put together, with 10 of the top article directories you can search by views/date/exact phrase/intitle... much quicker than copy/paste/edit...

      Affiliate Niche Monster - Hot Article Search

      Let me know of any other top article directories you think I should add to the search list. THX!

      .jrd
      I have tried to use this but each time it yields no results ... wonder what I am doing wrong as this seems like a great tool.
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      • Profile picture of the author conners88
        Originally Posted by Marhelper View Post

        I have tried to use this but each time it yields no results ... wonder what I am doing wrong as this seems like a great tool.

        yes i get the same problem
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        • Profile picture of the author seriousmny
          I followed the instructions and I even chose the same article as the video and Google gave me entirely different keywords from the video. Every time I put keywords in the rank checker I get 0 results. Does this method work or did the folks at Rank Tracker decide to pull the rug out from under us before we got started with the free software? Maybe they want us to upgrade before it works correctly?? Wouldn't surprise me.
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          • Profile picture of the author badfun
            Originally Posted by seriousmny View Post

            I followed the instructions and I even chose the same article as the video and Google gave me entirely different keywords from the video. Every time I put keywords in the rank checker I get 0 results. Does this method work or did the folks at Rank Tracker decide to pull the rug out from under us before we got started with the free software? Maybe they want us to upgrade before it works correctly?? Wouldn't surprise me.
            I have had mixed success with the google adwords tool finding the right keywords too. I much prefer SEOBOOK's seo xray tool, which is also free. You have to use your own discretion to figure out which keywords are working.

            Rank Tracker works, and you don't need the upgrade. you can't save your projects with the free version, which is a hassle, but...it's free!
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            • Profile picture of the author tgrob
              Here is a question/example I suppose of what I tried while doing this step by step with the video...

              1. I ran the code with my chosen keyword
              2. did everything instructed in the video
              3. results showed nothing on the top10, but all articles i tested were receiving avg 2500+ hits per month.

              How should we interpret this if it no keywords for the article are ranked on any search engine?
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              • Profile picture of the author WealthWinners
                Originally Posted by tgrob View Post

                Here is a question/example I suppose of what I tried while doing this step by step with the video...

                1. I ran the code with my chosen keyword
                2. did everything instructed in the video
                3. results showed nothing on the top10, but all articles i tested were receiving avg 2500+ hits per month.

                How should we interpret this if it no keywords for the article are ranked on any search engine?
                Hey Jack, First off WOWWY!!! Thank you sooo very freakin much!

                Ok, second, I had the same thing happen as the quote above. Where my results pulled NOTHING into the top 10.

                Maybe I am just tired, but what isn't connecting the dots here?
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  • Profile picture of the author Biggy Fat
    F'N amazing. That's all I can say.
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  • Profile picture of the author Eric Transue
    Jack, great post! Thank you.

    I'm going to get started on some new strategies right away.
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    Man I could watch these videos all day!
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  • Profile picture of the author kennyk3
    Awesome awesome ideas. I'm still trying to get it down, but the concept is great. I'm really trying to boost my rankings and I was looking for a good way to do that. I've always had trouble with keyword research. Thanks so much for this!
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  • Profile picture of the author SMP
    Loved the video Jack. I'll definately be putting this to good use in the coming weeks. Thanks for the post.

    Regards,

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  • Profile picture of the author mikestenger
    This is really awesome! Thanks for this heck of a code ;-)
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  • Profile picture of the author upscholar200
    One of the reasons I must be on the WF everyday. Thanks for sharing, trying it now.
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  • Profile picture of the author ClayFranklin
    Thank You Jack! This is awesome information and works like a charm.
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  • Profile picture of the author TaylorK.
    Thanks
    this is a very cool tool. I need all the help I can get with key research
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  • Profile picture of the author TheDebtEliminator
    Hi Jack,

    THis is fantastic information, methods to work on Keywords and Articles to drive traffic.

    I learned much and Apprciate Your Effort and Sharring

    All the Best
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    • Profile picture of the author Jack Duncan
      Thanks!

      Glad you enjoyed it and are getting some good use of it...

      I checked earlier today on my copy and it looks like Rank Tracker is back to the way it used to be in returning only the rankings for the individual URLS...anyone else notice this?

      Cheers,
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  • Profile picture of the author Shana_Adam
    Hey Jack,

    thanks for great share.

    Rank tracker worked first time round, however I get the same problem I dont seem to get any articles that are ranked in the top 10 or 100 anymore. Is there something wrong with rank tracker I wonder?
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    • Profile picture of the author R. Shawner
      Wow Jack, I can't believe you're giving this away for free. You deliver a brillant piece of reverse-engineering here, as always... *thumbs up*

      I played around a little to get the concept working for other well known article directories, here are my results:

      goarticles:
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      keyword site:www.goarticles.com "Submitted by * * on 2009 (2000..199999 requests)"
      please note that this search only spits out author pages containing a link to the article you're searching for, so I couldn't find a completely satisfying solution for this directory. The search result is only relevant if there aren't the 3 points (...) in the description of the result. So for going on with such an article you must use the url of the article itself, not the indexed url. Anyway, there are only a few results that have more than 2000 views and were created in 2009 (surprise, angela is one of them...^^) so you should consider lowering that number for more results. goarticles isn't that SEO-friendly I guess...^^

      articlesbase:
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      intitle:keyword site:www.articlesbase.com "Posted: * * , 2009" "Comments: *" "Views: 2000..199999"
      You can also leave out the "intitle:" operator, however it gives you probably more relevant results for your search.

      You can also put a tilde (~) in front of your keyword, google will then search for keywords and related words.
      If someone wants such a code for a particular article directory or syndicated content site etc, feel free to pm me, I'll try my best...^^

      - R. Shawner
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  • Profile picture of the author dealers
    Thank you Jack. It is difficult to over-stress the importance of knowing the best keywords to target.
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    • Profile picture of the author birddog200
      Ok, please tell me what I did wrong.

      I typed in my keyword and this code;

      site:ezinearticles.com "This article has been viewed 2000..199999" "Article Submitted On: * *, 2009"


      Then pressed enter.

      I got nothing. I must have done something wrong.
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      • Profile picture of the author dealers
        Originally Posted by birddog200 View Post

        Ok, please tell me what I did wrong.

        I typed in my keyword and this code;

        site:ezinearticles.com "This article has been viewed 2000..199999" "Article Submitted On: * *, 2009"


        Then pressed enter.

        I got nothing. I must have done something wrong.
        Add your keyword then a space then site:ezinearticles.com "This article has been viewed 2000..199999" "Article Submitted On: * *, 2009"
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  • Profile picture of the author Joey Babbs
    I have been looking for a way to do this for a couple of years and never saw it descrivbed so well....thank you very much for this information...
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  • Profile picture of the author Joey Babbs
    NOT WORKING FOR ME!

    I have seen a few comments similar to what I am about to say...why are articles with several thousand views in a short period of time not showing any results in rank tracker in the top 10...just for fun I found an article Submitted 2-3 days ago with over 600 views on ezine and nothing in the top 10 results??? This was the article...

    XXXXXXXXXXXezinearticles.com/?Commission-Blueprint-2-Review---An-Alternative-Look-and-Why-You-Shouldnt-Rely-on-ClickBank&id=2855222
    (can't post links yet so remove Xs)

    Nothing in top 10 results? Are they getting links from social bookmarking I wonder?

    It is not Link Tracker Software Because I checked my own site and it worked for top 10 words I know of....
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  • Profile picture of the author warfore
    Very informative post Jack. You and others just continue to confirm the value of this forum. As a relatively new marketer I find these tips and insights by veteran marketers to be extremely helpful (and I guess that is the idea). Please continue the good work.
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  • Profile picture of the author masterbis
    Hi Jack, what can I say, you are genius! Thank you so much for sharing this! It bring tremendous help!
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    thanks man, i love the tips, i am going to use this, i see videos are great for free traffic.
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