by pldata
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Hello warriors,

As all of us know that keyword research is the base of intenet marketing to get your site on high by attracting the viewers at your site.

But here I have a question to all of us at here that how can I get closer keyword research? I mean is this possible through any kind of software or any web service?

Actually, I am also planning to launch a website but I am facing the problem at here only and this is first point of start.

So, I have put this query at here to get impressive results. I believe it would be useful for lots of people.

Your precious informations will be really appreciative.

Thanks to all in advance
#internet #keyword #marketing #research
  • Profile picture of the author Tasso Pepi
    Hey pldata..'

    I still think that most keyword tools don't offer you true results..
    They tend to be very erratic at the best of times. I have always used googles keyword tool and have found it gives me the best results...

    Plus Google is a very powerful FREE tool..

    By the way here is a great keyword research tutorial I got here on the Warrior forum you should take a look at...

    Market Research - Vendiva.com - Frank Haywood

    I hope this helps...

    Tas
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    • Profile picture of the author pldata
      Originally Posted by Tasso Pepi View Post


      Plus Google is a very powerful FREE tool..

      By the way here is a great keyword research tutorial I got here on the Warrior forum you should take a look at...

      Market Research - Vendiva.com - Frank Haywood

      Tas
      Hi Tasso,

      Really thank you for sharing such a great useful info between us.
      More thoughts also welcome......
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    • Profile picture of the author FabianSmith
      Originally Posted by Tasso Pepi View Post

      Hey pldata..'

      I still think that most keyword tools don't offer you true results..
      They tend to be very erratic at the best of times. I have always used googles keyword tool and have found it gives me the best results...

      Plus Google is a very powerful FREE tool..

      By the way here is a great keyword research tutorial I got here on the Warrior forum you should take a look at...

      Market Research - Vendiva.com - Frank Haywood

      I hope this helps...

      Tas
      i just wanna thaks
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    • Profile picture of the author zacky218
      Originally Posted by Tasso Pepi View Post

      Hey pldata..'

      I still think that most keyword tools don't offer you true results..
      They tend to be very erratic at the best of times. I have always used googles keyword tool and have found it gives me the best results...

      Plus Google is a very powerful FREE tool..

      By the way here is a great keyword research tutorial I got here on the Warrior forum you should take a look at...


      I hope this helps...

      Tas

      Thanks for this one!
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  • Profile picture of the author rapidscc
    Hi Pldata,

    Honestly, one of the most time consuming task is keyword
    research, and before that you must also give time to Niche Research.

    The truth about doing your niche research plus keyword research
    in just a few minutes isn't true, even with tools you'll still take 5 to 10 minutes
    at the least to check 20 to 30 keywords for competition.

    Also, one of the most reliable keyword research tool for me is Google's,
    simply because they own the search engine where people do search.

    However, some of their figures could be a bit bloated due to the fact that
    a lot of people are using their search engine for keyword research, it actually
    adds up to the search performed.

    Here's a decent way to do your niche research + keyword research.
    Actually what I'm going to tell you is what I did a few hours ago
    after a friend asked me for a possible niche.

    1. Niche Research: (super fast technique)

    I was asked by a friend, he was wondering what niche we could go into.
    What immediately came to mind was the "desperate" niche. So what I
    did was think of a "desperate" niche. After I thought of one, I immediately
    went to Amazon's bestsellers list to check if there was a best selling product
    for the "desperate" niche. Luckily there was and not just one.

    So, it proved that there is a "buying" demand in the niche.

    2. Keyword Research:

    What I did next is go to Google's External Keyword Tool and
    feed in the keyword phrase describing the "desperate" niche.

    It returned a list of phrases. I saved it in CSV format and
    then analyzed each one. First I removed the keywords with
    searches lower than 2000 per month.

    So I was left with about 30 keyword phrases, the next thing I
    did was analyze the competing pages for each phrase.

    I checked "broad" competition, "exact" competition, "all in title"
    and "all in url". I did that in about 5 minutes because I have a
    tool.

    Then I looked for keyword phrases with low "exact", "all in title"
    and "all in url" competition and highlighted it. (less than 50k competition)

    I noted the keywords and sent the results to my friend telling
    him that those are interesting keywords.

    So, that was basically it. It took me about 10 minutes or more because
    I have the tool. However, if you do it manually, it would probably take
    you from 30 minutes to 1 hour.

    There's one more thing missing in this instruction. You should still
    check the strength of the competition for each of the keywords.
    The fastest way to do this is via Yahoo's site explorer. It gives
    you the backlinks for each site.

    Another way to also gauge the strength of competition is by checking
    the page rank. Though Google claims it no longer values page rank, it
    is still a fast indicator of how strong a site is. The higher the pagerank
    the harder it is to unseat it in the search results.

    I hope I was able to help you through this post.

    All the best,
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  • Profile picture of the author lineds
    Thanks for the link Tas. That's a great video, and very helpful. I've also found a lot of really good stuff in the Eric's Tips lessons. There's a lot more besides keywords, but might be useful for pldata as well. (Sorry I can't post the link because I don't have enough posts, but Google works. It's ericstips.com, go to Lessons. They're all free.

    Lin
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    • Profile picture of the author Tasso Pepi
      Originally Posted by lineds View Post

      Thanks for the link Tas. That's a great video, and very helpful. I've also found a lot of really good stuff in the Eric's Tips lessons. There's a lot more besides keywords, but might be useful for pldata as well. (Sorry I can't post the link because I don't have enough posts, but Google works. It's ericstips.com, go to Lessons. They're all free.

      Lin
      No problem.. if you need anymore help just pm me...
      I would be glad to help...
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  • Profile picture of the author pldata
    Hi rapidcc,

    Thank you very much for sharing such a great information. I'll definately try it out and will update this thread once I get the success.

    More opinions are also welcome.....
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  • Profile picture of the author apocalypsereturns
    I am using Market samurai .. And it is giving quite good results.
    it is very helpful.
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  • Profile picture of the author brendanglanville
    Wow who would have thought just one of the areas -keywords- would have so much depth. I walk away from these forums smarter than when i walk in.
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  • Profile picture of the author jaiganeshv
    Ill also consider to make sure i dont have the keywords "free" "cheap" or any copyright name in it as ive burnt myself in these freebie keywords.


    Thank you
    Jai
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    • Profile picture of the author Targeted Traffic
      Here's a way too in order to determine your main keyword:

      a.) Prune your list to the best, most relevant (10 to 15) keywords in your list. So, look at your keyword list AND remove those that are not too closely relevant;

      b.) Keyword Popularity: Use Google Keyword tool to determine the estimated search volumes of your keyword list. Select "exact" (under 'match type') and also select "only show ideas closely related to my search terms".

      c.) Sort the Results by the highest to lowest search volumes (or vice versa). You can see in the generated table which has the highest search volumes.


      d.) Spot Your Main Keyword: Make the keyword with highest search volume your primary keyword which is the most relevant of those with the highest search volumes.

      e.) Pick your top 3 to 5 keywords (for a post between 300 to 500 word length). The keywords popularity will give you a clue here - pick the top 3 to 5 with highest search volumes.
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  • Profile picture of the author samples
    check for market samurai software is the best for keyword researching
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  • Profile picture of the author Affiguy
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    hi!

    Keyword tools offer to much irrelevant keywords. What works best for me is researching with adwords. While buying ads in adwords, you will have a great opportunity to check what particular keywords are converting for you and what bring just non-quality traffic for you. Be sure to take some time to distinguish really good converting keywords which to use when doing your SEO.
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  • Profile picture of the author Crystal_Jobs
    @Rapidslc.

    Impressive research pal.

    You are already making me think of a great idea with your detailed explanation. Thanks man.
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  • Profile picture of the author Reed7
    Thanks, some great detail here. I start with G. kwd tool, then for the most part with market samurai, and a final check with MNF...but now after reading everyone's approach, I have to rethink a few things here...
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