Google loves you! Actually, Google loves you if you can make them more money!

Guess how you can make them more money?...by having larger campaigns with a broader set of keywords. In order to do this, they had to create the best keyword tool around, and more recently they have added full data to their free external keyword tool.

Did I mention that this tool is free? Yes, you do not need a "paid" keyword tool. I can honestly say that I have never purchased a keyword tool in my life, nor has Carson (or many top marketers that we know). They are over-rated and often times pull outdated data from non-existent search engines like Looksmart???? Who? EXACTLY!

Get the real deal data from the BIG G.

Here is the link to Google's free keyword tool

https://adwords.google.com/select/KeywordToolExternal

On the next page I am going to show you how this tool is useful.


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viyee Premium
Great training. Thanks Kyle!
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dbwork Premium
When I tried to use Google's free keyword tool it takes me to the page "Start Using Keyword Planner" and wants me to create the ad. How do I skip this step and go straight to Google's free keyword tool? Thanks
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PatrickM1 Premium
Just create your campaign and use the keyword tool. You don't have to create an ad or pay. See attached. I used WordPress Plugin as the keyword.
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PaulaKeen Premium
Hi Denys! I went and checked it out, It also sent me to create an ad, so I'm not sure either! Maybe this lesson just needs updated or something. Now I'm curious, lol.

Ok, I went all the way through, creating the ad... you do have to pay to advertise FIRST according to adwords. I don't know why it redirects you now to adwords, but when I clicked on "Use Keyword Planner Now", it sent me to the adwords where I created the ad, then it asked how much I wanted to set my daily budget to. I tried to choose $0 but it said I had to spend atleast $1.64 daily/month
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E-Udoh Premium
Is it still free to use Google Google Adwords? Is there an updated version of this training? SEO change very often and this training is well over 5 years and I am sure many things have changed since.

Thank you!
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Labman Premium
adsense is free. Adwords costs money to buy the ads.
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E-Udoh Premium
Kyle said Adwords in the training...that's why asked...because I did not think Adword is free like Adsense.

Thank you.
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Jim-Bo Premium
@Kyle? Would one have to write blogs about tractor sunshades for the rest of one's life? I think it would be a bit tedious?

Someone elaborate on this for me? I am also wondering what other things I could blog about in my own particular niche which is promoting WA

I go to myself - "What can my next blog be about? WA? Well I already did a blog about WA, oh so then maybe a blog about the WA free keyword tool, oh, but I already did that one too. Then the third is what to blog about next?

I can't write 4 or 5 blogs a week all about the same topic, can I?

Very confused here! heeeelllllllpppppp !

LOL

Jimbo
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Missa3 Premium
Jimbo,

Have you already chosen you domain specific on tractor shade? If not you could broader your domain to cover more tractor accessories.

If you have you could blog about the different sunshades that are offered, your experience with them, or ones you like that have special features (size, width, durability, lighted, compartments etc.) Review differnt shade manufactures.

When you have a tight niche and you feel you have blogged as much as you can, update sone ofthe information to renew those blogs to keep it alive. As well start another bloc with a new domain. This is why WA allows the hosting of so many websites.

Does this help?
~D
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Robert-A Premium
Hello
There are loads of topics mentioned in the 2nd or 3rd Affiliate bootcamp lessons.
Mainly about the different groups of people who would benefit from becoming an affiliate through WA.
Worth a looksee anyway.
Robert
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Jim-Bo Premium
No my domain ain't about tractor shades, that was Kyle's example. Lol.
My domain is promoting WA.
Jimbo
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Missa3 Premium
OH, so sorry about that confusion then.
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Missa3 Premium
PPC eansPay per Click and it is current information.
~D
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renelmiller Premium
Thank you for that; too much to learn these days that isn't covered anywhere.
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johandpl Premium
Hi Kyle, you are truly awesome my friend. This training is really insightful. You have yourself a good day and be blessed...bye...
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renelmiller Premium
I am here in this discussion which began over 5 years ago and the last comment made here was a year ago. Is this information even still current? Someone is talking about PPC; what is PPC? Then they say it can get expensive if not done properly. I don't think we have studied PPC yet have we? This part of the lesson is called the Kill? I'm lost. Help.
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Labman Premium
Google has changed their keyword tool and WA has created Jaaxy. So yes. While this thread still is ongoing and relevant, the tools have changed quite a bit.
As for PPC, it stands for pay per click and is covered in the Bootcamp in lessons six and seven. PPC can get very expensive if the volume of your income does not exceed the amount spent. It is very time intensive to get it set up and operating correctly. If you decide to go this route, make sure you set yourself a budget and see how well the results pan out before you commit yourself to it fully. Do a bit of testing to see if it's right for you. It can be very powerful if done correctly.
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renelmiller Premium
Thanks for this Labman. I think I'll be staying away from the PPC. It sounds a bit like playing the craps tables in Vegas.
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renelmiller Premium
When you say "now all you need to do is find a product or service to promote and you have yourself a nice little campaign"; then you stop. So what kind of a product or service am I looking for to campaign with? The tool is great and I understand how to use the tool now. So, the niche? The niche is john deere sunshade? Are we then going to set up a campaign for john deere sunshades? That's our main product to sell?
If there are only 457 people looking for john deere sunshades I take it that the only reason we are going to promote these particular sunshades is so Google lists us on the first page for those keywords? Am I on the right track still? I feel like I am a blind woman who is groping my way along a wall and I am now at a junction with 5 different ways to go. What do I do next?
I tried going to the tutorial about keyword research, niche and marketing research but that whole tutorial is gone. You have basically shown me here a step by step guide on how you picked a "niche"? Is this also marketing research? I understand the "keyword" and how you picked it and why.
I just don't understand where to go once I pick the niche, keywords? It is the marketing part?
Does anyone have words of wisdom for me? Where to go once I get a niche and a keyword phrase that I know nothing about? Thanks.

























































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rog37 Premium
You already have your Niche "john deere sunshade" so YES that is the campaign you set up.

Am I right thinking that it was you who chose to select john deere sunshades? If so, I think you will find that there are already lots of adverts on Google promoting this product.

Your plan is to now work as hard as you can building your chosen website adding content, content and even more content! It is then that when Google looks for who is promoting john deere sunshades, that because your website is the most informative, it will then be placed further up the rankings. I.E. 'Page One'

Forgive me if I am wrong but I think that you have possibly got lost from within the training that Kyle gives us. If I were you, I would do a little more research within the training as I'm fairly sure you will find the answers to your questions there.

Good luck,

Roger
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glorious69 Premium
I am currently using a free Google key word tool which I registered for this year.
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atalib324 Premium
which one? When i clicked on the link it said something about a "budget" for my campaign. Im alittle confused.
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renelmiller Premium
Yeah; me too, like way confused. But if you look at this lesson, if that's what it is? This happened like 5 years ago. Then I read that Google is now charging to use their keyword tool. Have you gotten any help from anyone about this keyword, niche, and market research? I went to the place where it was supposed to be and there were no tutorials there at all. Just an announcement that the tutorial is below and then I went below and there were only comments? I have been trying to find out where to go ever since but no help. Let me know if you have found anything out. Thanks.
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darrin0629 Premium
I found out the hard way. As of August 2013 Google shut down its key word tool for free public use. But i would read the article anyway, good information.
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PowerQ Premium
This is Very Helpful....
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Alexlie Premium
So should I get Jaaxy also?
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JennPGD Premium
It's your own decision, Alexlie. :) Nobody can tell you what to do.. oh well, everybody can tell you what to do but you have to decide it yourself. :)
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croninweb Premium
It is based on how much you will need to find the information Jaaxy provides. It is always up to anyone to do or not to do anything with IM.

Coach Ed
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Alexlie Premium
Maybe I used the wrong question;-) What I meant was, what extra information will Jaaxy supply? Kyle says: "Did I mention that this tool is free? Yes, you do not need a "paid" keyword tool. I can honestly say that I have never purchased a keyword tool in my life, nor has Carson (or many top marketers that we know). They are over-rated and often times pull outdated data from non-existent search engines like Looksmart????"

So maybe Jaaxy gives information I don't know about? I'm new to WA so I'm still trying to figure out what software will be usefull.

Thanx for your help.
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croninweb Premium
Okay---Yes, use Jaaxy for free and see if you like it. You do get free searches.

It will tell you if your keywords are worth your time to make a website with them and if there is a .com available.
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ChristineRa Premium
You have free access up to 30 searches per month. Sign up for the free account first, watch the video and determine for yourself if this is a tool that will benefit your online business goals.
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Christabelle Premium
I really like this tutorial! :)
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Thank`s a lot Kyle...)
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JohnMaheu Premium
Doesn't look like the google keyword tool is free anymore. I try to go to it and it wants me to open an adwords account.
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emmesinger Premium
(still thinking out loud ... "Next question to plug into the WA search bar: what in heck is a PPC campaign?") !
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degan2014 Premium
wow that is awesome how you can get a brand new niche out of just one keyword I never understood niches or keywords before but now I get it thanks Kyle I love the way you break it down so it is easy to understand
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nichestudent Premium
Thanks for the simple explanation. I never managed to finally put any keyword tool into use.
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yahkeem2 Premium
Now i finally get it, so well explained and ez to understand.
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Kyle Premium
Awesome to hear, once you understand keywords you understand a good deal about this business.
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Nemesi74 Premium
It said it's called Keyword Planner now... "we've combined the functionality of Keyword Tool and Traffic Estimator to make it easier to plan search campaigns". Thanks for the Link. Another intense but useFUL study! :-)
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Kyle Premium
Yeah, it's called the Keyword Planner now :)
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rcbonay Premium
Great tutorial Kyle! Makes me want to create a Snow Blower Sun Shade site...things that make you go hmmmm!
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Kyle Premium
LOL, not a bad idea...or maybe a little too niche.
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Lili D Premium
Thanks, Kyle, this was again very useful. A question, I came up with - if two niches are related to a certain extent, can we somehow combine them? I mean, can we include links to two different affiliate programs in one article, if the products are related? I hope, I express myself well, I am still getting used to the affiliate terms :) Thanks!
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Kyle Premium
Start with one, then as you evolve your site you can diversify into other aspects of the niche. And yes, you will also be able to promote a diverse set of products within any given site.
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Hello Kyle, Which one to choose the high or low competition?
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Kyle Premium
Why would you choose high competition? Always choose the lower competition keyword if you have a choice.
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bike chick Premium
Llamas! I have llamas so I figured that would be something I enjoy writing about. "Llama supplies" is the category I mentioned before that doesn't have a ton of searches on Google Ad Words. I'm building a website "llama barn" through WA, and it will have a blog and llama related products - halters, etc., books, whatever else I can find. Amazon does have some llama products, but not a ton. I googled "llama affiliate" but not having much luck so far finding products to sell. But I figured "if I build it they will come." Am I on the right track? Or should I be selling weight loss products since it's December? :)
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Kyle Premium
I would create two lists here:

(1) A list of things that you could talk about or help people out with in relation to Llamas
(2) A list of things that Llama owners need, are interested in, and would buy online

I would not discredit this as a niche, although a bit more obscure than some, there are still millions of llama owners out there in the world looking for information on them on a regular basis.

I would recommend using the Alphabet Soup technique for your research as well.

https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/training/alphabet-soup-technique-using-google-instant-to-find-keywords
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bike chick Premium
Thanks Kyle! I appreciate your guidance, & will follow up on your suggestions.
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bike chick Premium
Thanks Kyle. I found a niche, and Google Ad Words says I would have "low" competition and 1000 global searches per month .... Is that too small of a market? Or would that be a good thing, because it is very specialized? I'm confused. :(
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Kyle Premium
That is fine. What is the niche? You are not focused on just one keyword, you are focused on a niche as a whole as you can get ranked under any aspect of a niche.
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bike chick Premium
And another question .... so you are selling John Deere tractor sun shades .... do you write articles about that? Or tractor supplies? Or just do a website and work on geting ranked on google?
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Kyle Premium
That was just an example. There is no niche out there with too much competition, choose a niche that interests you and one that you could write about all day, and you will be just fine. Remember, the Internet has 2 billion users, this is not like a local mom and pop shop.
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bike chick Premium
Thanks, great tool. So I think I have a niche with low competition, but how much is ideal? Could it be too low??
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deeprekha Premium
Thanks, This was very useful, I will work on it.
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Kyle Premium
Glad you enjoyed it. Do let me know if you ever have any questions. ;)
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JMasterJ Premium
What is the deal with the statements that the Google data is often outdated as well? And I never see the last months data on there either when you download the CSV... and is there any other way to see all the data in sortable format without downloading the CSV every time? It seems there are tons of expert affiliate marketers who use paid kw search tools, but I have never heard one definitive reason to why or why not over Google.
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westsecondave Premium
How do you understand the numbers in the columns that come up when you research a keyword? what is important---what do they mean---what are you looking for as being favorable?
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shawnb1975 Premium
How do you understand the numbers in the columns that come up when you research a keyword? what is important---what do they mean---what are you looking for as being favorable?
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lovebug Premium
Thanks Kyle this was very helpful.
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rigthpress Premium
Thanks Kyle this was very helpful.
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twalker01 Premium
good. s/ted
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blueocean Premium
good. s/ted
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INTJ Premium
I've seen this exact example before in one of my E-books on Keyword research. Much of this stuff looks like a review and it is important to learn and know. Researching keyword idea's or even key word groups isn't really the problem I have so I will keep reading. What is hard, or at least the part of this that I find frustrating is finding "buyer keywords". The only way I know to find these are to track, and split test the keyword group and keep those keep words that preform well and cut those that don't. This sounds simple, and to a degree it is. What I haven't figured out or learned yet is how long, how much money, and how much time showed one test keywords groups before finding "Buyer Keywords" for that products or service you are affiliating with. I'm sorry if I've lost any of you. I've found the hard way that PPC can be very expensive if done incorrectly. I'll keep reading and researching and perhaps I'll find the answers i'm looking for in time. Thanks for your attention.
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Tzif Premium
I've seen this exact example before in one of my E-books on Keyword research. Much of this stuff looks like a review and it is important to learn and know. Researching keyword idea's or even key word groups isn't really the problem I have so I will keep reading. What is hard, or at least the part of this that I find frustrating is finding "buyer keywords". The only way I know to find these are to track, and split test the keyword group and keep those keep words that preform well and cut those that don't. This sounds simple, and to a degree it is. What I haven't figured out or learned yet is how long, how much money, and how much time showed one test keywords groups before finding "Buyer Keywords" for that products or service you are affiliating with. I'm sorry if I've lost any of you. I've found the hard way that PPC can be very expensive if done incorrectly. I'll keep reading and researching and perhaps I'll find the answers i'm looking for in time. Thanks for your attention.
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cashflow+ Premium
Hmmmmmm sounds simple can't wait to apply this one.
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frodo4eva Premium
Hmmmmmm sounds simple can't wait to apply this one.
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Complutum Premium
Man, what can I say, the world just seems wider! :D Terrific tutorial!
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wau_estrada Premium
Man, what can I say, the world just seems wider! :D Terrific tutorial!
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tony g Premium
Tony G excellent info Kyle many thanks
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Ro45 Premium
Tony G excellent info Kyle many thanks
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reefswimmer Premium
I really liked this, Kyle--big thx ! Drilling down from sun to companies like John Deere that sell sun shares for tractors---what a great teaching example !
and, btw, I like your icon of Scrabble tiles here. Gave me a good laugh.
Diane, reefswimmer
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cmyers Premium
I really liked this, Kyle--big thx ! Drilling down from sun to companies like John Deere that sell sun shares for tractors---what a great teaching example !
and, btw, I like your icon of Scrabble tiles here. Gave me a good laugh.
Diane, reefswimmer
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daledupree Premium
great stuff..
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cj8 Premium
great stuff..
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Zariey Premium
Yeah..Brownie54 is right i also not seen it and "Get Keyword Ideas" where is the button? What is the differences between Google Keyword Tool and WA keyword tool? By the way, good tutorial i have no ideas this thing exist. Thanks Kyle.
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comatthews1 Premium
Yeah..Brownie54 is right i also not seen it and "Get Keyword Ideas" where is the button? What is the differences between Google Keyword Tool and WA keyword tool? By the way, good tutorial i have no ideas this thing exist. Thanks Kyle.
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RocketRick Premium
@Brownie54 Try looking at the top right corner of the page.Just beneath the Help & Sign In links you will see one that says Previous Interface. If you click on that you will be able to find a Use Synonyms selection box which is already preselected. I'm guessing that Google has changed/improved their interface since this tutorial was written. I hope this helps you out.
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destiny7262 Premium
@Brownie54 Try looking at the top right corner of the page.Just beneath the Help & Sign In links you will see one that says Previous Interface. If you click on that you will be able to find a Use Synonyms selection box which is already preselected. I'm guessing that Google has changed/improved their interface since this tutorial was written. I hope this helps you out.
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Brownie54 Premium
I don't see the Use Synonyms in the Google Keyword tool. I tried to duplicate your steps to get the feel of the tool and didn't get anything like you did.
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rgraham Premium
I don't see the Use Synonyms in the Google Keyword tool. I tried to duplicate your steps to get the feel of the tool and didn't get anything like you did.
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reg55 Premium
You did a great job on showing the many paths of Google Keyword tool,,, I new about it but didn't know how broad it was... But I'm still not sure on how PPC campaign works? Do you have to use it to generate traffic to my site? Even if I use the keywords in my domain and content,will it still rack me in the top 10?
Hoping in future lessons those questions will be answered...
Thanks for the information...
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CustomerCatcher Premium
You did a great job on showing the many paths of Google Keyword tool,,, I new about it but didn't know how broad it was... But I'm still not sure on how PPC campaign works? Do you have to use it to generate traffic to my site? Even if I use the keywords in my domain and content,will it still rack me in the top 10?
Hoping in future lessons those questions will be answered...
Thanks for the information...
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Togrul Premium
These are really great Ideas :) Thanks Kyle a lot, I've finally got an answer to my question
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Neef Premium
These are really great Ideas :) Thanks Kyle a lot, I've finally got an answer to my question
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Vicky_K Premium
Interesting, funny and to the point. This might be my favourite tutorial so far :)
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jmaru16 Premium
Interesting, funny and to the point. This might be my favourite tutorial so far :)
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TimmyT Premium
I typed in "john deere sun shade affiliate program" and came up with several companies that sell the product and have affiliate programs like Home Depot. Interesting.... Great short but informative article!
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Christiena Premium
I typed in "john deere sun shade affiliate program" and came up with several companies that sell the product and have affiliate programs like Home Depot. Interesting.... Great short but informative article!
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circledancer Premium
where has this simplicity been all this time? lol...i went through a whole bottle of advil just to get to this!
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jgprov37 Premium
where has this simplicity been all this time? lol...i went through a whole bottle of advil just to get to this!
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Inday Premium
Whew! Finally, something that didn't give me a headache! haha
I'm beginning to see the light.... thanks Kyle! Great post!
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lizrios1 Premium
Whew! Finally, something that didn't give me a headache! haha
I'm beginning to see the light.... thanks Kyle! Great post!
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astroX Premium
Wow! Amazing tutorial Kyle! All this overwhelming keyword search you made it so simple! :D
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settlement2010 Premium
Wow! Amazing tutorial Kyle! All this overwhelming keyword search you made it so simple! :D
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maypromise2011 Premium
i feel like there should be more..
everyone makes keyword research so hard...
i'm not too fond of it all..kinda makes me sad :/
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Davekirby Premium
i feel like there should be more..
everyone makes keyword research so hard...
i'm not too fond of it all..kinda makes me sad :/
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Matcoman Premium
WOW !! that makes it easy.
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bloxxy.com Premium
WOW !! that makes it easy.
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CharlieI Premium
Awesome post, like a jigsaw puzzle, its all starting to come together :)
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tomlamarche Premium
Awesome post, like a jigsaw puzzle, its all starting to come together :)
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Shuye Premium
Great post. Posted 18 months ago and still so relevant!

That's just awesome.
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mohankcbe Premium
Great post. Posted 18 months ago and still so relevant!

That's just awesome.
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clyde Premium
Excellent post, things are now falling into place.

Thanks
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Eldi Munggaran Premium
Excellent post, things are now falling into place.

Thanks
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Pawel Kalkus Premium
wow this is so ridiculously simple :)

tractor sunshades...

awesome!
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sportsmom Premium
wow this is so ridiculously simple :)

tractor sunshades...

awesome!
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Sitha Premium
Useful tutorial, getting slowly there..
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Gary B Premium
Useful tutorial, getting slowly there..
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jatdebeaune Premium
Good tutorial Thank you. Since I've joined WA, I am discovering that I have been over-complicating things, hence, putting the brakes on my progress. I feel the shackles coming off. Bet I have a lot of company here.
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FJB0623 Premium
Good tutorial Thank you. Since I've joined WA, I am discovering that I have been over-complicating things, hence, putting the brakes on my progress. I feel the shackles coming off. Bet I have a lot of company here.
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hiltonm Premium
Nice article Kyle it is weird how you can get something form nothing. The harest part is picking something. Thanks for the info. Mike.
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Mrs. Lozoya Premium
Nice article Kyle it is weird how you can get something form nothing. The harest part is picking something. Thanks for the info. Mike.
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thesue Premium
I need some confirmation
High competition is bad so the squares all filled in under competition column is not good.
Reasonable monthly searches is good- not too high but enough to show people are searching anything over 100ish and less that 1000, correct?
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imosher Premium
I need some confirmation
High competition is bad so the squares all filled in under competition column is not good.
Reasonable monthly searches is good- not too high but enough to show people are searching anything over 100ish and less that 1000, correct?
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kiwigirl Premium
Common sense, we actually all do this from time to time.
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Namaste13 Premium
Common sense, we actually all do this from time to time.
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silver93350 Premium
Kyle,
Great job!
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phoenix_uk Premium
Kyle,
Great job!
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JeffreyChew Premium
Hi Kyle,

I posting my comment as the previous one seems to have "Eaten" off by the system. LOL

I've read that in order to have a profitable niche, the search return for keyword must be less than 5000. In this tutorial, does we take john deere sun shade with quote to determine this niche or does we take the result return from Google Keyword tool?

Thanks
Jeffrey
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fireknot Premium
Hi Kyle,

I posting my comment as the previous one seems to have "Eaten" off by the system. LOL

I've read that in order to have a profitable niche, the search return for keyword must be less than 5000. In this tutorial, does we take john deere sun shade with quote to determine this niche or does we take the result return from Google Keyword tool?

Thanks
Jeffrey
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JeffreyChew Premium
Hi Kyle,

I pretty much new to keyword research. I've read that in order to have a profitable niche, the search return for keyword must be
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fireknot Premium
Hi Kyle,

I pretty much new to keyword research. I've read that in order to have a profitable niche, the search return for keyword must be
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motivated Premium
Really valuable. Thank you very much Kyle.
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Vinie Premium
I love this article, its so simple yet gives so much. The 4 steps makes is seem you could dominate any niche.

Kyle now that you've told us how to discover the 'niche' give some information about 'building' up that niche. Would love to hear more on that.
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Talbot Premium
I love this article, its so simple yet gives so much. The 4 steps makes is seem you could dominate any niche.

Kyle now that you've told us how to discover the 'niche' give some information about 'building' up that niche. Would love to hear more on that.
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Glimmerman Premium
Kyle,
you always make it sound logical and straightforward...almost easy.
Nice job, thank you.

Adrian
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JoeyJ Premium
Kyle,
you always make it sound logical and straightforward...almost easy.
Nice job, thank you.

Adrian
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Kishor Premium
Nice tutorial, clarified some of my doubts.
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martyn Premium
Nice tutorial, clarified some of my doubts.
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Kyle Premium
john deere sunshade is pretty late cycle, fairly niche....whereas tractor sunshade may be more in the preliminary stages of the research. There may even be specific model types of the sunshades for the john deere brand that would be uncovered with a little more research.

A keyword does not have to have "buy" or "purchase" in it to be a late cycle term.
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dc001 Premium
john deere sunshade is pretty late cycle, fairly niche....whereas tractor sunshade may be more in the preliminary stages of the research. There may even be specific model types of the sunshades for the john deere brand that would be uncovered with a little more research.

A keyword does not have to have "buy" or "purchase" in it to be a late cycle term.
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jasontm Premium
other than late cycle keywords like
buy john deere sunshade
purchase john deere sunshade
john deere sunshade review

and so on.

What other terms would you include for a PPC campaign? Yes this is highly relevant as is, but what would you do to take this further?

Something like this a keyword tool may not help too much because it's so tight of a niche.

I'm doing good with late cycle keywords on my campaigns, but I feel I can do more with them, but not really sure exactly what to do. Don't wanna kill myself with broad keywords :)
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Confusciously Premium
other than late cycle keywords like
buy john deere sunshade
purchase john deere sunshade
john deere sunshade review

and so on.

What other terms would you include for a PPC campaign? Yes this is highly relevant as is, but what would you do to take this further?

Something like this a keyword tool may not help too much because it's so tight of a niche.

I'm doing good with late cycle keywords on my campaigns, but I feel I can do more with them, but not really sure exactly what to do. Don't wanna kill myself with broad keywords :)
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