What keyword would you target if you were selling ready made websites?

by WorkFromHomeBeginner 21 replies
Hi Everybody,
If you own an e commerce website that sells ready made Wordpress sites in different niches, and targeting an audience who are either interested in website flipping, or simply looking to own a starter website instead of creating from scratch, and you are building a blog that will post step by step tutorials, case studies, advices, flipping blueprints and systems, etc..
Any Idea on what could be the long tail keyword that you would target?
Thanks everybody.
#search engine optimization #keyword #made #ready #selling #target #websites
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
    "Ready made websites" maybe?

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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
    will these step by step tutorials you will be producing include original keyword research?
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  • Originally Posted by MikeFriedman View Post

    "Ready made websites" maybe?

    Thanks MikeFriedman for your help, I was wondering if this keyword will be the good one to start with, because of average earches is a bit low, but it seems easy to rank, 30/100 difficulty in kwfinder, thanks for your help.
    Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

    will these step by step tutorials you will be producing include original keyword research?
    Thanks Mike Anthony, but keyword research will not be among the tutorials in my site, everything that's in relation only about website flipping or wordpress developing, because SEO and marketing is was not a part from my business model during the 5 years I spent in online business. I am making very good money from domain and website flipping in addition to the services upsells I offer. You don't have to be an SEO genius to run a successful business. But I am now here to learn. Thanks for giving a keyword suggestion my friend.
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      Originally Posted by WorkFromHomeBeginner View Post

      Thanks MikeFriedman for your help, I was wondering if this keyword will be the good one to start with, because of average earches is a bit low, but it seems easy to rank, 30/100 difficulty in kwfinder, thanks for your help.

      Two things. First, I wouldn't base anything on KWFinder. Tools like that are notoriously terrible at judging how easy or difficult something is to rank. They usually base their scoring on a bunch of nonsense such as how many results show up in the index for a search query or how old domains are on the first page.

      Second, I wouldn't get too hung up on the number of searches. Yes, of course more searches is better, but if the query is relevant to what you are selling, it should be targeted.
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  • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
    There are several long tail phrases to choose from. You'll need to check out the page one competition, looking at both their on-page SEO and their backlink profile to see which phrase(s) look more worth your time:

    - buy ready made website
    - pre made niche websites
    - ready built website
    - ready made ecommerce websites for sale
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  • Profile picture of the author Naseem Kaloo
    I guess nobody will share this. Its upto you which keywords you want to target and what competition you desire to tackle : low, medium or high. And after all, it is what SEO companies charge for!!
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  • Profile picture of the author Unrivaled Review
    Hi WorkFromHomeBeginner,

    I know this post is regarding Keywords, but it may be difficult to obtain traffic this way.

    My reasoning behind this is that I have ran some analytics on some example keywords above, such as "ready built websites" - this search term is only getting 10 searches per month and the competition is relatively high.

    "Ready Made Websites" also only receives around 390 searches a month; which while could be profit generating, may not get you the kind of revenue you expect.

    Have you considered using other sources, like Flippa/Fiverr etc?

    Great business concept by the way.
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  • Profile picture of the author Steven Henry01
    You can target "Readymade websites" "Niche Website Development" as a keywords. But you should do a proper Keyword Analyzation according to your services.
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    • Originally Posted by Steven Henry01 View Post

      You can target "Readymade websites" "Niche Website Development" as a keywords. But you should do a proper Keyword Analyzation according to your services.
      Thanks Steven Henry, do you think hiring somebody will help for deep and proper Keyword Analyze? Because my copywriter request focus keywords for the homepage sales letter.
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      • Profile picture of the author Steven Henry01
        If you have knowledge about the Google keyword planner, then you can research the keywords yourself otherwise need to hire. You can also target their services as keywords.
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  • Originally Posted by MikeFriedman View Post

    Two things. First, I wouldn't base anything on KWFinder. Tools like that are notoriously terrible at judging how easy or difficult something is to rank. They usually base their scoring on a bunch of nonsense such as how many results show up in the index for a search query or how old domains are on the first page.

    Second, I wouldn't get too hung up on the number of searches. Yes, of course more searches is better, but if the query is relevant to what you are selling, it should be targeted.
    Thanks MikeFriedman for this clarification, I found kwfinder on some keyword research tutorials, and thought it may be helpful to get an estimation of the keyword ranking difficulty (wasn't sure about it by the way), This is why I am here to ask for more experienced warriors opinions.
    Second, I tried to combine between the most searched query that is at least partially relevant to my business, I have 150 queries that I got from Ubersuggest and after filtering in keyword planner I finished with 43 long tail kwds that have good number of searches but high competition, now I am confused between the ones that have 1k to 10k global M/S, but with high competition, and the ones with 100 to 1k with medium competition but higher bids (they told me somewhere that the more higher the bid means more money they make targeting that keyword) but still not sure. Thank you very much appreciate your help.
    Originally Posted by dave_hermansen View Post

    There are several long term phrases to choose from. You'll need to check out the page one competition, looking at both their on-page SEO and their backlink profile to see which phrase(s) look more worth your time:

    - buy ready made website
    - pre made niche websites
    - ready built website
    - ready made ecommerce websites for sale
    Thank you dave_hermansen, that's what I am doing right now, but I am embarrassed to check out some of the competition I have (Shopify, Ebay, Flippa..) , but I see others that are on page one that I can compete anyway when it comes to pricing, they sell ready made Ecom websites very expensive.
    Originally Posted by Naseem Kaloo View Post

    I guess nobody will share this. Its upto you which keywords you want to target and what competition you desire to tackle : low, medium or high. And after all, it is what SEO companies charge for!!
    Thank Naseem Kaloo, I know nobody will reveal, because it depends on niche, market, etc,, and this is something that I should pay for more likely,but I prefer to get some experience,, you know, I sold a website on Flippa that with 34k monthly visitors that I don't know how I did it , 80% traffic is organic. only Yoast SEO with autoposting plugin that curates full posts from news sites automatically, and many articles ranked for keywords I didn't expect, most of traffic comes from page 2 on google and page 1 on Bing.
    Originally Posted by Unrivaled Review View Post

    Hi WorkFromHomeBeginner,

    I know this post is regarding Keywords, but it may be difficult to obtain traffic this way.

    My reasoning behind this is that I have ran some analytics on some example keywords above, such as "ready built websites" - this search term is only getting 10 searches per month and the competition is relatively high.

    "Ready Made Websites" also only receives around 390 searches a month; which while could be profit generating, may not get you the kind of revenue you expect.

    Have you considered using other sources, like Flippa/Fiverr etc?

    Great business concept by the way.
    Hi Unrivaled Review, actually I am on Flippa, and most of my subscribers comes from Flippa, I am also considering using Fiverr, Ebay, FB ads and Bing ads, but SEO is also a good addition.
    Thanks for motivating.
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    • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
      Originally Posted by WorkFromHomeBeginner View Post

      ... now I am confused between the ones that have 1k to 10k global M/S, but with high competition, and the ones with 100 to 1k with medium competition but higher bids (they told me somewhere that the more higher the bid means more money they make targeting that keyword) but still not sure.
      Keyword Planner is extremely bad for estimating the competition for any given phrase. What people pay for ads isn't even close to a correlation for how well they have a optimized a page for that keyword.

      It also does not indicate how much people are making from a keyword phrase. If you were selling a blue and black Brunswick bowling ball, you would likely find that "bowling ball" had the highest bids, followed by "Brunswick bowling ball" and "blue and black Brunswick bowling ball" getting the very least bids, simply because very few people are targeting it. In every case, it is the same exact ball so your profit is the same. In fact, it is usually the case that the more specific a query is, the better it converts. Therefore, in the example above, the query that has the least price for a click probably converts better and is by far the best cost per conversion keyword of the bunch.
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  • Profile picture of the author digember
    There are some keyword suggestions for you:
    websites for sale
    cheap websites for sale
    buy ready-made website
    buy niche websites for less price
    established websites for sale with traffic
    I hope these may be useful.
    You can use keyword research tools like keyword planner and semrush keyword search
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  • Profile picture of the author EPoltrack77
    Probably the keyword everyone else is not using! Really you have dozens and dozens of keywords to choose from. The nice thing is you can build a page around a particular keyword to help with conversions!
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  • Profile picture of the author Facebloggerguy
    you have to do keyword research,There is many tools that can help you to do that,Do research
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  • Profile picture of the author DABK
    If you have a website, you could also go to Google Webmaster Tools and see what keywords (and how many impressions) Webmaster tools says it showed a page on your site to the world...
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  • Profile picture of the author irene chennia
    Tray google keyword planner for further investigation about keywords
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  • Profile picture of the author KylieSweet
    Consider yourself as the buyer in which will think on what query will be use to find my need. It could be "cheap websites" or "cheap ready made websites" "cheap websites in london"
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  • You can find it yourself. It is very easy.
    You can use adward keyword planner.
    + there are many others tools that provide the same facilities.
    there is a video of brian dean of backlinko where he gave a step by step guide for keyword research.
    shud watch it!!!
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  • Profile picture of the author AlexPam
    Keyword Planner is good enough. Though consider the competition on your own and with bids.
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