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Keyword Research Help

Discussion in 'Hire a Freelancer' started by evilprincess, Jan 23, 2012.

  1. evilprincess

    evilprincess Newbie

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    I have a few keyword programs. But I can't find ANY good kw relating to "Philadelphia landscapers." I tried using different parts of the city like Glen Mills and Newtown Square and surrounding cities. I tried using other terms like landscaping companies, lawn care, grass cutting, etc.

    The best I can find is 90 exact searches per month. If you find something with a few hundred searches per month, PM me with how much you want to tell me the keyword(s).

    Thanks!
     
  2. gmjames

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    well if you don't see any than that kw doesn't have a high search volume..focusing on certain parts of the city would probably return fewer results
     
  3. evilprincess

    evilprincess Newbie

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    Ok, but a city with 1.5 MILLION people and only 90 people per month need a landscaper?? I must be missing something.
     
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    Hi, sent you a PM. Let me know if you are still looking for keywords.

    Thanks
     
  6. edgematch

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    keyword search tools are always good up to a point. beyond that use your mind/imagination and grab that keyword even they give monthly search volume as ZERO.
     
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    Or check the competition...
     
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    I've been doing some kw research for a new project, and the kw tools really only got me started. Either the kws they suggested were totally saturated or were so obscure no one searched on them. So I started looking at the competing sites and took two and three word phrases off of their sites to use as keywords. A couple have turned out to work very well, and they were not things you'd think of using a kw tool.
     
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    keyword finding is so difficult task,,, we need help of BHW senior members they can help me but without money u dont help,,, its my experience about BHW members...
     
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    cwscontentwriter Power Member

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    give me yur website url

    and the KW you are using or want to use let me first study it and give you a report on how you can get more than 100 searches

    Thanks a lot

    Joy

    do check your PM

     
  11. evilprincess

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    None of the competition is optimized for local keywords, I already checked. Edgematch, why do you suggest to optimize for keywords with zero searches? This is interesting.