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keyword research: "on sale" vs. "for sale"

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by SmartBoyZ, Jul 17, 2016.

  1. SmartBoyZ

    SmartBoyZ Regular Member

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    I am not native english speaker, so if anyone "keyword on sale", I know he is searching for something at a lowered price and I know it's a good "buying keyword", which means I can promote that product with my amazon review site, but if someone is searching "keyword for sale", does it mean he is searching for sellers around him locally and he will not buy from amazon?
     
  2. SEMWORLD

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    Hello. Most of these keywords are always tied together. That is the reason why it is advised to mix them wheneverc you see they are related. Just search for the top three keywords in your field and then you can work around them. For you to increase the chances of your blog or what you are selling, then be sure to use bothe because you never know what they meant.
     
  3. affiliatemoney

    affiliatemoney Newbie

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    Nope.. "for sale" isn't specific to wanting to buy locally.. It's just a general intent to want to buy something.
     
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