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Most basic of all questions
« on: October 07, 2010, 11:36:32 AM »
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Newbie question...

What, exactly, could I do with all these keywords if I wanted to take advantage of having this info where someone else may not? i.e. If I really wanted to dominate a niche, what all do I do with these keywords?

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Re: Most basic of all questions
« Reply #1 on: October 07, 2010, 12:22:40 PM »
JON (and others)-

Newbie question...

What, exactly, could I do with all these keywords if I wanted to take advantage of having this info where someone else may not? i.e. If I really wanted to dominate a niche, what all do I do with these keywords?

I personally would put them into the meta tags of a web site, to allow for searching. If I were writing an article about something in which I was interested or wanted to use the article for selling something, I would include the keywords in the article and use them as link text to pages about items relevant to the keywords. No doubt other people have lots more ideas.

Re: Most basic of all questions
« Reply #2 on: December 09, 2010, 10:37:55 PM »
Want to know what people are looking for? It could help drive your research for products that people are most in need of, most willing to pay for.

You can use keywords for this. Here's a few (there are hundreds) to experiment with:

how should i
what should i
how to cook a
how to fix
how to find
how to make
how to

Just a few I picked out of my list randomly. Now run them through KS. People are looking for answers to questions... offer them the products and services that provide those answers.
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Re: Most basic of all questions
« Reply #3 on: December 10, 2010, 03:49:03 AM »
Want to know what people are looking for? It could help drive your research for products that people are most in need of, most willing to pay for.

You can use keywords for this. Here's a few (there are hundreds) to experiment with:

how should i
what should i
how to cook a
how to fix
how to find
how to make
how to

Just a few I picked out of my list randomly. Now run them through KS. People are looking for answers to questions... offer them the products and services that provide those answers.


Thanks Tradeview. I had been putting words in, such as steel, looking for what people wanted of that, rather than looking to see what they wanted overall!  ;D