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Article Marketing Google "Secret" Code

Discussion in 'Associated Content & Writing Articles' started by danadams27, May 6, 2010.

  1. danadams27

    danadams27 Newbie

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    I got this off another site. Figured I'd share it with you guys. It seems pretty useful.


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    This takes no more than 3-5 seconds to
    do and will reveal some super hot niches
    to dive into...with traffic stats for proof.

    Step 1: Open Up Google.com

    Step 2: Type a "Seed Topic" word

    This can be anything like:

    wedding
    fishing
    online marketing
    baby crib
    microphones
    photography

    Step 3: Insert the "Secret Google Code"

    Code: (copy the entire string)

    Code:
    site:ezinearticles.com "This article has been viewed 2000..199999" "Article Submitted On: * *, 2010"

    Do you know exactly what this code does?

    If not, I'll explain it in detail for you
    in just a second.

    Step 4: Click Search

    You're going to notice something super
    awesome in the results: Topics that are
    grabbing thousands of eyeballs!

    This method is so powerful because it allows
    you to see first hand what topics are traffic
    magnets...so you can "Clone & Profit"

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    This probably should have been posted in the Article/Associated Content secion but I didn't see it until after.
     
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  2. mitdrissia

    mitdrissia Newbie

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    where will i find the google secret code?
    I only see sites when i search for a topic?
    please explain in details so i can check

    thanks
     
  3. hardinflash

    hardinflash Regular Member

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    I was trying to figure out which search operators to plug in to get exactly that. if this works then you will most def get a thanks from me.
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  4. Bross

    Bross Senior Member

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    Deserve a thanks. Thanks.
     
  5. bannedfree

    bannedfree Regular Member

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    Great tip. Thanks Buddy..
     
  6. shadowman

    shadowman Registered Member

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    Thanks for this method.

    I don't get how you're going from Step 2 to Step 3. How does the 'seed topic' tie into step 3? To me it just looks like a separate search on Step 3. I must be missing something here.
     
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    I just wish I could scrap DogPile into a spreadsheet and add to it daily on autopilot.
     
  8. coinbox

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    Type in google search bar like so: <seed topic> <code>
    e.g.: baby crib <code goes here>
    Simple as that. It's just using some google search tips to get less but relevant search results.
     
  9. lived66

    lived66 Regular Member

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    Danadams27... Dude, super nice tip!
     
  10. danadams27

    danadams27 Newbie

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    NP man...I never really use articles for anything but I figured that you guys would be able to figure something out with it and put it to use.

    I'm trying to figure out the same type of thing for the WSO forum so I can search out by "views" on the threads...see whats popular...but thats a tough one.
     
  11. tygrus

    tygrus Supreme Member

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    Good search method, but that doesn't tell you anything about ranking those terms. For all we know, all those terms could have millions of links to them.