Women clothing store keywords

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A friend of ours wants to create a website for her women clothing store. How would I find out what keywords are used to reach such websites?
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  • Originally Posted by jacksarloks View Post

    Keyword research tools (software) help you to do that, most common one is Google Keyword Tool, which is free from:
    https://adwords.google.com/select/KeywordToolExternal

    Paid tools I prefer tough because I can find more keywords, and do more in depth research... For paid I like
    keywordelite.com
    nichefinder.bradcallen.com

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    Merhba Jack, I use Adwords all the time. I'm at pre-keyword stage. Dress retailing is new to me so what I'm trying to figure out what potential customers might use to reach such a website, once I have hold of a few keywords I can then do research on them.
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    • Profile picture of the author Velant
      Originally Posted by Toyota Hilux Dealer View Post

      Merhba Jack, I use Adwords all the time. I'm at pre-keyword stage. Dress retailing is new to me so what I'm trying to figure out what potential customers might use to reach such a website, once I have hold of a few keywords I can then do research on them.
      Jack gave you the right tool - it's capable of doing what you need, but you have to use your brain as well.
      Just enter any keyword that relates to your topic and don't tick "Only show ideas closely related to my search terms", and then analayse and think, think and analyse.

      It's best to be logged in into your google account when doing this as this will allow you to get keywords sorted by groups - the groups will give you ideas on possible relevant kyewords. When you spot something - use at as a new seed keywords to find new keywords & keyword groups until you hit the gold mine. It's an intellectual task, so you do need to use your head for this.
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      • Profile picture of the author thecableguy
        Do a search on Google or other searchengines, womens clothing related websites, etc. Paste the resulting URLs into the "Website" field of Google's keyword tool and you'll have some keyword phrases you might not get with the keyword search feature, use those to find even more.

        Keyword suggestion tool — Google suggest scraper — Übersuggest

        There's also some keyword tools that will generate searched for phrases using Google suggestions. I think there's one for Amazon and Youtube as well.
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  • Thanks for all your help Jack and thecableguy. Let me be more specific, she sells Indian dresses in Dubai so I thought this key combination would be a good starting point but not getting many stores when I type this in G. so existing stores must be optimizing for some other keywords and this is what I'm trying to hone in before I start finding LSI and long keywords related to this primary keyword combo.
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    Originally Posted by Toyota Hilux Dealer View Post

    A friend of ours wants to create a website for her women clothing store. How would I find out what keywords are used to reach such websites?

    Well, they don't just sell womens clothing. They sell something like dresses, skirts, high heels, jewelry, etc...

    Be specific on your pages for the product your selling, then track the incoming search phrases to find longtail keywords.



    Example, nobody searches for the keyword bolt (hardware).


    They search for part of the following (the details):
    • Set screw
    • Allen
    • Steel
    • Black finish
    • Right hand threads
    • Coarse threads
    • 1/4" diameter
    • 20 thread count
    • 1/4" length
    • 1/8" drive size

    The longtail keywords are in the small details of your specific product descriptions.
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    • Profile picture of the author thecableguy
      seodigger.com used to have a free service that gave all the keywords that was generating traffic for the individual domain. It morphed into a paid service that I can't recall (age), maybe someone else here remembers? Then you could research the domains in your niche that you can find and get a seed list. To bad Wordtracker doesn't have the daily/weekly subscriptions any longer, they were great at building lists.


      edit: found it http://www.semrush.com/sem.html
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      • Profile picture of the author thecableguy
        Something I just thought about that might work. Use the sites that you are able to find use the GAKT and paste several of the URLs into the "Website" field. Generate a list of keywords with decent traffic and use a rank checker to check which keywords are ranking. I used to use a similar method to look for ezinearticles long ago.
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