by spen
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How do I choose keywords with search volume at least equal 3000? I want to build a site,but I can not find out a fine keyword.
thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author erikoro
    Originally Posted by spen View Post

    How do I choose keywords with search volume at least equal 3000? I want to build a site,but I can not find out a fine keyword.
    thanks.
    Dont need to worry or try to hard in finding a good keyword its really easy but you need to give me more info in what you are building your site about is it to get a physical product commission is it ebook commission is it for adsense. but here I will give you a good way to look for keyword that helps me find a physical product EXAMPLE: playstation 3 it might be over crowded with promoters but its an example make a product review about the ps 3 then move on to another keyword related to the ps3 like playstation 3 move then write about the playstation 3 move product and so on make a website about 5-10 pages google loves content the more content and unique content your website has google will love all you have to do is backlink.
    Good Luck
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  • Profile picture of the author ConsumerBoard
    Have you tried using google adwords keyword tools? google it.. its a very good tools for choosing keywords
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    • Profile picture of the author Bingo123
      Yes any decent keyword tool should be able to help you out here.
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    • Profile picture of the author spen
      Originally Posted by ConsumerBoard View Post

      Have you tried using google adwords keyword tools? google it.. its a very good tools for choosing keywords
      Can I choosing keywords with search volume at least equal 3000 per monthlly and,earn $2 per click using google adwords keyword tools?
      thanks.
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      • Profile picture of the author erikoro
        will if you want to know how to get a good keyword and see if you can rank easy on check out micro niche finder it a great tool I use it to see how many backlinks each website has that is on page 1 for a keyword im trying to rank on and and also has a soc that help you see if it is a key word you should go after. but google keyword tool works just fine too.
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        • Profile picture of the author spen
          Originally Posted by erikoro View Post

          will if you want to know how to get a good keyword and see if you can rank easy on check out micro niche finder it a great tool I use it to see how many backlinks each website has that is on page 1 for a keyword im trying to rank on and and also has a soc that help you see if it is a key word you should go after. but google keyword tool works just fine too.
          I can find out fine keywords with micro niche finder!!!
          thank you
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  • Profile picture of the author adelainewatson
    You'll want to think about who is your target audience, and what the primary focus of your website will be. Need help on this one? Read my article titled Understanding Your Audience.

    Jot down a list of words and phrases that you think people might type into search engines when looking for your site. Don't worry about being perfect: just be creative. This might be a good time to review how to brainstorm for keywords and phrases.

    Each page on your site should have one to three related keyword phrases that are site-specific. For example,say you have a page all about coffee mugs. Good phrases to target on this page would be coffee mugs, ceramic coffee mugs, or unique coffee mugs. See what I mean? They're all related, and they're all pointing at the same general content on the page.

    Your keywords should be used throughout your site copy - where they make sense - as well as in your title tag and various meta tags. Don't go nuts and start inserting keywords every other word, because this is considered bad form. Read more about the title tag, meta tags, and unethical search engine optimization.

    It takes a while to get the hang of finding the right keywords that work, but once you've mastered this skill, you'll really see how this can benefit your site. Want more information? Read my article titled Including Keywords In Your Site Content and Source Code.
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    • Profile picture of the author spen
      Originally Posted by adelainewatson View Post

      You'll want to think about who is your target audience, and what the primary focus of your website will be. Need help on this one? Read my article titled Understanding Your Audience.

      Jot down a list of words and phrases that you think people might type into search engines when looking for your site. Don't worry about being perfect: just be creative. This might be a good time to review how to brainstorm for keywords and phrases.

      Each page on your site should have one to three related keyword phrases that are site-specific. For example,say you have a page all about coffee mugs. Good phrases to target on this page would be coffee mugs, ceramic coffee mugs, or unique coffee mugs. See what I mean? They're all related, and they're all pointing at the same general content on the page.

      Your keywords should be used throughout your site copy - where they make sense - as well as in your title tag and various meta tags. Don't go nuts and start inserting keywords every other word, because this is considered bad form. Read more about the title tag, meta tags, and unethical search engine optimization.

      It takes a while to get the hang of finding the right keywords that work, but once you've mastered this skill, you'll really see how this can benefit your site. Want more information? Read my article titled Including Keywords In Your Site Content and Source Code.
      I understand what you say,but I want "find out" fine keywords,or "choose" fine keywords.
      How to find out a fine keywords?
      If I have fine out keywords,I will decide primary focus of my website.
      think you.
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  • Profile picture of the author sexymarieldon
    The best keywords are 2- to 4-word phrases that accurately describe what you offer using everyday language that searchers are likely to type in, and which aren't so competitive that you have no chance of getting on the front page.

    Choosing your keywords means choosing what type of people you want to advertise with your product.

    Here are some tips in choosing:

    *Avoid Single-Word Terms
    *Avoid terms that are too broad
    *Avoid terms that are too specific
    *Avoid terms that are unpopular
    *Avoid highly competitive terms
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