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right keywords for site

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by smiles, Oct 21, 2010.

  1. smiles

    smiles Newbie

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    I have a store, but i don't know which keywords are the best for my site. General keywords aren't suitable. People, who buy anything, don't use general keywords. If I knew right keywords, I would make more purchases. How could I know right keywords?
    My site visit people, but they don't buy. I thing that my keywords aren't right. My site don't visit customers. My site visit just visitors. How do you know right keywords? Do you use a program or anything else for this?
     
  2. Sugirl

    Sugirl Regular Member

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    Yes, the software is ''Learn Engrish''
     
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    hahaha lol

    i echo what Sugirl said, and also use the search function to learn about how to find keywords
     
  4. smiles

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    thanks, but I think, you understand what I have just written. And where can I find software ''Learn Engrish'' ? :D
     
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  5. beazt

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    You need to do some research about how to find the keyword profitability. For example, Keyword "Buy DVD Online" shows the commercial intent of the visitors, whereas "DVD Online" seems more of an informational query.

    The following tool would come handy for you:
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    http://adlab.microsoft.com/Online-Commercial-Intention/
    However, it is difficult to expect a tool to estimate the keyword profitability accurately. Some common sense along with keyword research experience is required.

    You can try the following:

    Use Google Keyword tool to find out keywords with good combination of high relevancy/high search volume(exact match)/high CPC.

    Then type those keywords in Google and check out the meta tags, and backlink anchor text of top search results. What keywords are they targeting?

    This way, your keywords would be much more suitable for improving conversions.
     
  6. smiles

    smiles Newbie

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    thanks
     
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    dashndash Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    ROFL! :p great advice :D
     
  8. ipopbb

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    Not a fan of the humor. I think it makes racism and intolerance seem ok here. I know that isn't the intention and its just meant to be light teasing... its just a slippery slope in my opinion.

    Back to the inquiry of the OP:

    I am very successful at SEO for online retail. If I'm not the best then I'm near the top. The advice I'm going to give you is worth it's weight in gold (technically true no matter what you think of it because abstract concepts don't have physical weight):

    Stop thinking about SEO so hard and go to google and try to shop for the products you sell. Spend at least 6 hours doing this. Visit the top sites. Look at how they organize their products. View source and look at the internals too. Take lots of notes.


    Or pay someone to do it for you and to tell you what to do.

    I strongly encourage doing it for yourself so you at least know what you are paying for.
     
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  9. voldemc

    voldemc Junior Member

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    Stop being so rude!! Instead of posting useless and stupid comments, try to think with ur brains if u have any and say something useful!!


    Peace :cool:
     
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  10. Bryan

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    go and find the software "learn how to shut up"
     
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  11. smiles

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    The people who laugh don't usually have what to say. I have got a few good advice, thanks. I have learned english for three months and I see that people understand me. thanks
     
  12. voldemc

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    Haha nice one mate, i wish i had said this lol :D
     
  13. iphoneunlock

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    My Advice is

    1-Search Google about the best Keyword related to your website
    2- Add Keywords Along The Way with your Products and stuff, After while you should
    Have Tons of Keywords that is Related to your website

    Don't Listen to Non-Sense

    And Good luck
     
  14. joker3000

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    Keyword criteria:


    • based on a product or service
    • commercial in nature (not informative)
    • have less then 100 k in competition when searched for in quotes
    • have at least 100 searches a day in Google
    • have an AdWords cost per click (CPC) above a dollar
    feel free to Hit me up on skype or PM if you need help with your sites' SEO, Keyword Research, or article marking strategy
     
  15. alloy

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    Hey didn't you read in college words like tv are the big money makers?
     
  16. mazri

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    I think u all should use keyword snatcher but this soft is not available anymore. It is closed by owner.
     
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    After finding keyword using keyword snatcher, use keyword samurai to find which keyword is suitable to target. So use keyword snatcher and MARKET samurai