How you do you guys do this?

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Hi guys,

I'd be interested to hear how you work out if a keyword is a buying keyword or not?

There used to be a great commercial intention tool on that adlabs site, but this doesn't seem to be working anymore.

So how do you go about accessing this?

At the moment I've been looking at adwords average cost per click estimates, but this isn't really bulletproof. Anyone know of another tool out there?
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  • Profile picture of the author iAmNameLess
    Originally Posted by TBInternetMarketing View Post

    Hi guys,

    I'd be interested to hear how you work out if a keyword is a buying keyword or not?

    There used to be a great commercial intention tool on that adlabs site, but this doesn't seem to be working anymore.

    So how do you go about accessing this?

    At the moment I've been looking at adwords average cost per click estimates, but this isn't really bulletproof. Anyone know of another tool out there?
    Man.. I just go for it and see, 30 days and you should know if it is or not. I have had major success with keywords that supposedly were not buying keywords, but ended up being great.

    Obviously anything with BUY in it, will do well. There are many buying keywords... if you're looking for something unique and different, you might want to look to use a program in order research and save some time. Otherwise, you may just want to dive into it, test out the market, and if it doesn't go well, sell it on flippa.
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  • Profile picture of the author hurn
    Simple, check adword competition or you can see how many ads are in google first page for particular keyword.
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  • Profile picture of the author NastyBlast
    you need to connect the visitor with what they're looking for. I think it's far too general to try and seek buying keywords. I mean if you have a shop selling roses and you drive traffic to it that is seeking automobiles, they are not going to buy much.

    I guess this is where basic relevance comes into play? this is actually Google's job to connect people with the keywords they are searching for.

    For you, you just need to have what they are searching for in order to sell it to them.

    Did I in some way Miss the simplicity of the situation?
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  • Profile picture of the author RichardF
    I don't use a tool, I just think "If I was searching this, would I be ready to buy something?". Aside from obvious keywords mentioned before, like "buy" "discount" etc., it also matters how specific the keyword is. That's why product names in general convert so well - the user is on the fence about buying and just needs a small push.
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  • Profile picture of the author AlexSafie
    I use a 3 step process:

    1. First I try to figure out and understand what is the searcher thinking about when typing in the keyword into the search box. Is she / he looking for information, to solve a problem or to buy something?

    2. Check the average CPC & competition (the higher the better)

    3. Finally type the keyword into Google and see how many Adwords ads show up. More than 3 is a good sign.
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  • Profile picture of the author escortbayan
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    is there any true site for buying one way backlinks?
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