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Planning to create a MNS or amazon site. how to select a low comp keyword?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by shutdown, Apr 18, 2016.

  1. shutdown

    shutdown Power Member

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    Hi,

    I have tried some services of MNS sites on BHW and i wanted to create my own site.

    I know that the crucial initial step is selecting the right keywords so i can easily rank them.

    I have some questions on my mind hope you can help me about them.

    I really need to make money, at least start making money, so which one should i select? MNS or amazon review site?

    I know how to use, adwords keyword planner but for calculating competition how do you check it? or any free service or technique that does both of finding keywords and calculation the comp?

    Any ideas and advices would be really helpful.

    Also anyone really make good money with these? If any helpful person would like to assist me a little about making my first income, i would be grateful! we can contact over Skype. I tried pinterest marketing and so many other techniques but failed :(

    Thanks
     
  2. EddyD

    EddyD Regular Member

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    The key to both which most people don't realise is that finding a keyword is just half of it. What you really want to look at is what is popular right now, or might be in the near future, and preferably is worth a decent amount of money.

    Once you look through Amazon's top sellers, test out some keywords in Google's Adword keyword finder tool. Then check out which one are the lowest competition with a decent number of searches.

    After that you want to get some good and unique content going, and then from there the offsite SEO.

    It's a long and hard grind and out of every 10 sites you make, 1 will probably net you a bit of cash, but it's not easy, and not quick, anyone who says it is, is lying.
     
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    shutdown Power Member

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    Any good tools to check competition or any tricks to find the right keywords?
     
  4. SnoopyDrew

    SnoopyDrew Senior Member

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    I use keywordshitter and look for long tail keywords. Then I check the competition with longtailpro. Works fine for me, just look for competition of under 20 and you will be fine. Rank with web 2.0' buffers and PBN's and make sure the on site is really good.
     
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    Thanks for the reply. Keywordshitter and long tail pro is free?
     
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    long tail pro is a paid tool. shitter is created by a BHW member for free.
     
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    thanks. what do you think about keyword revealer?
     
  8. blackhatpc

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    You can use long tail pro for 10 days for free . That's enough time for me to get 1000 low or no competition keyword.its keyword competiveness is amazing and whenever I find a keyword with its .com .net .org available I find it easy or no comp keyword.However now I have buyed the tool :)