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Google Niche Research Loophole

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by H2oBoy, Jun 6, 2009.

  1. H2oBoy

    H2oBoy Regular Member

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    Since I've learned so much from this forum, I thought I'd share something with everyone here that can help with your niche research, as well as your article (bum) marketing...

    <should this thread need to be moved to a different location, please do, as I wasn't really sure where I should/could post it!>

    This was taken from the 'war room' (Paid membership) over at WarriorForum...Hope you guys like it!


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    Google Niche Research Loophole
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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)

    site:ezinearticles.com "This article has been viewed 2000..199999" "Article Submitted On: * *, 2009"
    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" [​IMG]

    (Hint: Pay close attention to the Title Tag and
    Description Tag...it's what influenced the
    traffic to click the link in the Google results!)

    I made a video that goes into even
    more customization tips, and a full explanation
    of how to exploit this loophole to put money
    in your pocket.

    HTML:
    http://googletraffictriggers.s3.amazonaws.com/GoogleTrafficTriggers.html
    *New Video Added*

    HTML:
    http://ezaspying.s3.amazonaws.com/ezaspying.html
    NOTE:
    This is quite useful. I did a little bit of searching through other directories and for the benefit of everyone here, I will share some of the directories I found

    that this works with and the code that you need (as it is changed for some of them).

    Here you go:
    Search Warp - site:searchwarp.com "This article has been viewed 2000..199999"

    Idea Marketers - site:ideamarketers.com "This article has been viewed 2000..199999"

    Article Sphere - site:articlesphere.com "Views: 2000..199999"

    Articles Base - site:articlesbase.com "Views: 2000..199999"

    Article Pool - site:articlepool.com "Views: 2000..199999"

    Acme Articles - site:acmearticles.com "Number Times Read: 2000..199999"

    Article Bliss - site:articlebliss.com "Number Times Read: 2000..199999"

    Free-Articles-Zone - site:free-articles-zone.com "viewed 2000..199999 times"

    Now here are some that they don't show the view count directly on the article page, but they do show the stats on the category/subcategory pages, so it can

    find some articles on those pages that can be helpful:

    Article Trader - site:articletrader.com "(2000..199999 views)"

    Amazines - site:amazines.com "Article Views: 2000..199999"

    Article Maniac - site:articlemaniac.com "Viewed: 2000..199999 Times"

    And you can also use this to find topics on Quizilla as well. Though Quizilla is not an actual article directory, it can still be useful for market research, and you

    can post your articles there, so I decided to add it to this list:

    Quizilla - site:quizilla.com "Viewed 2000..199999"

    Some of them you may have to make the view count less than 2000 depending on the topic, but otherwise those will all work.

    Hope that helps save some people some time seeing what other directories it works with. (There are probably more out there, but these ones should be

    enough to get what you need)
     
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  2. CheekyChap

    CheekyChap Newbie

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    Thanks - a nice little tip. :)
     
  3. finerpleasures

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    Nice am also into bummarketing this will help..
    pls upload to mediafire
     
  4. H2oBoy

    H2oBoy Regular Member

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    There's nothing to upload to mediafire, as this is NOT a report or a video.
    Everything you need to know, learn, watch, review is listed in the original post.

    Glad you guys like it!
     
  5. rudyvise

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    rep added very cool.

    best,

    Rudy
     
  6. xyberk

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    quite interesting. i wonder if this will work on squidoo and hubpages too.
     
  7. webmanabc

    webmanabc Newbie

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    I gotta say, that's darn clever!

    Thanks for sharing that with us...
     
  8. ukescuba

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    thats pretty neat thanks!

    now its time to go write a nice little scraper ;)
     
  9. MoGreen

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    this is great!!!.....time to steal some traffic...hehehe

    What's the quality of ezinearticle traffic compare to organic? Do they click? I would assume that they're pretty tech savvy and know how to avoid ads.
     
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    Doesn't this guy have the most perfect infomercial voice :)
     
  11. splurgoth

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    Wow, that's awesome. Someone needs to write up a comprehensive guide to searches on google...
     
  12. blackhatjamie

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    nice tip bro. this is awesome
     
  13. str8thustler

    str8thustler Power Member

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    eh.. i get around 25% CTR with ezinearticles.
     
  14. shadowfax

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    Thanks for sharing this trick.. This is exactly what I needed...


    Regards,
     
  15. areyouserious

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    So after reading this guide and watching the videos... I played around with this idea for a few hours. I really like the method and it did help uncover some keywords in my niche that I had overlooked.

    However, I did find one big flaw...

    I had found an article that had over 10,000 views and it was perfect for my niche, so following the video I pasted the article in "rank tracker" and added a list of 200 keywords and filtered only for the top 10 G00gle results.

    Rank tracker said this article ranked (in the top 10) for 111 of the 200 keywords...

    GOLDMINE!

    except for the glaring problem I quickly discovered. The specific article I had pasted into rank tracker DID NOT RANK for 111 keywords... EZINE ARTICLES. COM DID.

    Bummer.

    so here is my review after 3 hours of "trying to break" it. It is a really good and quick way to uncover some keyword gems. However, it doesn't give the complete picture on where the article ranks in google.

    I am still trying to figure out how to narrow that down to specific keywords.

    Overall it is a good method for finding keywords.

    Seriously
     
  16. creztor

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    Have to agree with the above. One article I checked said it ranked in position 6, but the article was no where to be found (it seems to find other ezinearticles ranking as well, not just the one you submit). I did, like the above, manage to find some good keywords that got nice traffic AND had ezinearticles ranking in the top 10. So this is still very useful.
     
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  17. maryoto

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    yeah its great ..
    gimme an idea for niche research
     
  18. vinku

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    interesting tip... it's really out of box...
     
  19. blackhataffiliate

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    Nice share. Always good to have new ways to do nice research.
     
  20. shabang

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    golden tip there mate.thanks given
    It never ceases to amaze me the ingenuity of marketers---sweet