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[Tutorial] How To Find Millions Of Keywords That Google Doesn't Tell You About.

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by GimmeMoney, Feb 27, 2011.

  1. GimmeMoney

    GimmeMoney Regular Member

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    The google keyword tool is lying to you. It actually knows about a ton more keywords than it's telling you about. And because almost all of your competitors rely on the google keyword tool or software that depend on it, they're never going to find out about those golden keywords the tool doesn't tell them about. After this tutorial you'll know how to find thousands upon thousands of long tail keywords that...



    1. the google keyword tool doesn't tell you about, and as a result....
    2. few of your competitors know about, which means....
    3. more money for you.


    You don't need any expensive software for keyword research. You should know how to do it manually before you start paying for things. With that said, just use the google keyword tool in combination with the technique I'm about to tell you about.

    Step 1. Use the google keyword tool to find keywords related to your niche market. Don't worry about competition.
    Step 2. Type in every keyword in the google search box and append it with every letter in the alphabet like this:

    mykeyword a
    mykeyword b
    mykeyword c

    and so on....

    For every letter you append, a dropdown list will appear where google suggests search terms for you. These are what you use as your long tail keywords. Here's a video of me doing it...



    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EvIDyF4iOuE



    Now here's where google lies to you....
    If you go ahead and search for these search terms in the google keyword tool, it will probably tell you that they're barely getting any searches at all. Don't trust that though. It's been proven that google's keyword tool is wildly inaccurate with the search numbers it gives you. These search terms DO get a lot of searches. After all, why would google suggest search terms that are never searched for to their users? Enough babbling and on to the next step...

    Step 3. The keywords in the dropdown list are ordered by popularity with the most searched for keyword at the top and the least searched for keyword at the bottom. So while you won't know the exact search numbers for the keywords (because google doesn't tell you about them most of the time) you'll still know how many searches they get in relation to each other.

    That's all you have to do. If you're not satisfied with the keyword list google gives you then you can get a 30 times bigger list by doing the following...

    Instead of only typing in...

    mykeyword a
    mykeyword b
    mykeyword c

    you can type in...


    mykeyword aa
    mykeyword ab
    mykeyword ac
    mykeyword ad
    mykeyword ae

    and repeat for evey letter in the alphabet. Check the video...this time we use youtube instead of google...


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W-bZG-AAdA0






    This will give you a HUGE list of long tail keywords that no one but you know about. Granted, this is extremely tedious work and would take days to do...but the rewards are handsome. You can always outsource the process but I'm strongly against outsourcing keyword research. After all, what keeps the outsourcer from trying to rank for the keywords himself? Or even worse, sell the keywords to others?


    Because of this I suggest that you automate the process. That's what I do. Let me know if you are interested and I'll share the tool I use to automate this with you. But be warned that I'm not a professional coder and I'm not big on bug testing so don't be surprised if the tool acts strange every now and then.

    These techniques work as well for youtube as they do for google. I got 4760 long tail keywords to work with just from the keyword ?how to?. That's ONE keyword and I got 4760 more from it. What if you have 400 keywords? Using this technique you will never struggle to find long tail keywords again in your life.


    If you have any questions about this technique or if you're looking for a future JV partner just post in this thread or send me a PM.


    Good luck
     
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  2. haridasz

    haridasz Newbie

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    It's a neat trick little trick. it gonna be tedious to do it manually for sure.
    Please share the tool. PM ed you.
     
  3. Dumper

    Dumper Supreme Member

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    PM me the tool as well, i'd like to check it out.
     
  4. crazyflx

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  5. wpbacklinks

    wpbacklinks Elite Member

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    I ever think about this... but what do you think about google trend results?
     
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    cyberzilla Elite Member Premium Member

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    You can also use Keyword scraper add-on in Scrapebox. The reason why I recommend this add-on is it scrapes keywords not from Google but also from various sources!
     
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  7. ekologic

    ekologic Registered Member

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    sorrry for a noobish question but in order to rank for them i should create pages for the keywords and build backlinks???
     
  8. GimmeMoney

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    Thanks for that suggestion, I'll check it out. And thanks for the rep btw, you're a good man.

    For those of you who don't own scrapebox, just use the tool suggested by crazyflx because it's probably more stable than the one I created in two hours with no bug testing.
     
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    hbeezy Newbie

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    This is amazing. Now I can end my search trying to find long tail keywords.
     
  10. Gene78

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    i would like to learn that too.
     
  11. GimmeMoney

    GimmeMoney Regular Member

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    You would like to learn what?
     
  12. docdizzle

    docdizzle Newbie

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    Do you happen to know what those other various sources are?
     
  13. cyberzilla

    cyberzilla Elite Member Premium Member

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    1. Google Suggest
    2. Yahoo Search Assist
    3. Amazon Suggestions
    4. YouTube
    5. Bing Search Suggestions
    6. Google Product Search
    7. Shopping.com Search Suggestions
    8. Yahoo Shopping
    9. Ask.com Search Suggestions
     
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    cyberzilla Elite Member Premium Member

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    Check all his post. He is just running his post count. Just ignore!
     
  15. docdizzle

    docdizzle Newbie

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    Lol as soon as I said that I looked and found it for myself. It scrape from all of these places....

    google suggest
    Yahoo search assist suggest
    amazon suggestions
    youtube suggestions
    bing search suggestions
    google product search
    shopping . com search suggest
    yahoo shopping suggest
    ask . com search suggest

    So that should be pretty damn sufficient IMO
     
  16. docdizzle

    docdizzle Newbie

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    Lol you must have been writing that at the same time as me...oh well
     
  17. klaxxon

    klaxxon Junior Member

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    That is very cool trick. I never thought of that. Thanks for the share.
     
  18. Simas9

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    Sounds great but am I right thinking that is only suitable for subpage on your website cause it sounds a little bit to risky to register an exact match domain with the keyword generated by this technique and do seo - it is like doing an almost blind keyword research since you don`t know the real search volume - don`t you think?
     
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    cyberzilla Elite Member Premium Member

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    This can be used in both ways. As you said, these long tail keywords can be used to created sub-pages if the search volume is some what low for generating additional traffic and revenue. If the search volume is very high( more than 1500 exact) with low competition there is no harm in buying EMD and building a site. And of course, no body is going to use those keywords without checking the exact search count and competition:)
     
  20. readingaddict

    readingaddict Registered Member

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    so what does the wonder wheel do?
    srs question.