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Help me about select amazon affliate keyword

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by sabujdc, Nov 1, 2015.

  1. sabujdc

    sabujdc Junior Member

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    Hello, i am trying to setup amazon affiliate site. try to getting best keyword not get good one. Here many expert , Please give me some keyword to work on that. Please help to get thats
     
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    You mean you ask for free keywords ? don't be lazy... the keywords research is 90% of the work for amazon affiliate and no one will give you the fruit of his labor
     
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    Use these keyword tools
    answerthepublic.com
    soovle.com
    serpstat.com
     
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    Hitman Contract Registered Member

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    Hey mate,

    The best keyword tool in the world is Google Keyword tool, so free sign through that and use that.

    Go for at least 1000 searches a month.

    Hope this helps.
     
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    Thank you for sharing that site
     
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    The difficulty of the keyword you choose must be correlated to your ability to rank that particular keyword, so it's kinda subjective for someone to say this is an easy keyword, go and rank it, without knowing what you would consider easy. But i would say that if you do some keyword competitiveness analysis, and you see in top sites that you consider you can personally outrank them - either they are weak, or you have had success before - that's a good sign that that's the keyword for you.