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Keyword research

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ducktragedy, Dec 22, 2013.

  1. ducktragedy

    ducktragedy Newbie

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    I'm in need of some advice on keywords.
    -What do you use to research a keyword?
    -What do you use to see the search results, (how many a month, competition ect ect.)?

    If someone could point me in the right direction, I would greatly appreciate it. I have some ebooks, if someone wants them(free of charge).

    Duckfaceslapper - skype

    Thanks for checking this out, I appreciate it.
     
  2. Absurtuk

    Absurtuk Regular Member

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    My preference is combining some of the greatest tools with each other like (Ultimate niche finder,Market samurai, etc).
    I'm basically looking for, traffic, cpc and some of the competition metrics.
    Hope it helps.
     
  3. ducktragedy

    ducktragedy Newbie

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    Is market samurai worth the 250 dollars, upfront when your not making money with an internet based company?
     
  4. danms

    danms Regular Member

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    No, I bought it only after I had the money.

    You have the G keyword tool, you have free plans on majetic/ahrefs -> that's all you need really.
    Invest the money on domains, hosting, good content and good backlinks. Always try to outsource what's taking you too much time, like content creation and backlinking. Start with earning 20$ a day -> now you have 600$ a month to invest back in your business. 20$ a day can be achieved fairly quick if you know how to work. SEO isn't the only way to get traffic you know..
     
  5. tony_d

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    It depends what I'm looking for... if it's for an amazon site, all I care about is how many clicks I can send to Amazon. That's it... I'm not really worried about the competition, or the search volume (provided it's at least 1k/mth) or the value of the products.
     
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  6. Aksa786

    Aksa786 Registered Member

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    Well, first research yourself. What are you interested, ready to spend time and will never drop from it. Choose that niche, and you can read even journey of khero. Best of luck
     
  7. flipzseo

    flipzseo Regular Member

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    Market Samurai for 250?

    I first figure out what type of niche I want to be in. Then I use Market Samurai to get a list of keywords. Pop that into Gkeyword tool to get the search #'s. I then use the free keyword revealer tool to check competition as well as manually look at the sites in the top 10 (if I'm only going for SEO/organic traffic)

    If it's going to be an Adsense site, I look at CPC #'s closely.

    Longtailpro is also a good keyword research tool.
     
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    manking Regular Member

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    I usually click on amazon categories until i find something
     
  9. MadStacks

    MadStacks BANNED BANNED

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    I use Googles keyword planner that they have available for Adwords because it is
    the most accurate. What you are looking for is low competition keywords with high view rate
    that is relevant to the product you are trying to promote.