How do people find there initial keywords?

Discussion in 'General Advice' started by sahota7, Sep 17, 2008.

  1. sahota7

    sahota7 New Member

    Hi, I was wondering how people find there initial generic keywords. What inspires you, how do you come up with it?

    I have the resources and tools to analyse the competition of a keyword or et of keywords, but I have no clue on how I come up with initial idea of keywords. I do look into amazon categories and things like that, but I still find it so hard! Any ideas?
     
  2. pip87

    pip87 New Member

    This is a topic that i wanted to know about to and was going to post a question today so thanks Sahota, i hope people come back with good responses! [​IMG]
     
  3. sahota7

    sahota7 New Member

    its really frustrating when u do all the ground work for a keyword but then come to find that it isnt appropriate for some reason! so i just wanted an idea of how poeople choose!!

    glad to see im not the oli one in trouble lol [​IMG]

    ajay
     
  4. BillChechel

    BillChechel New Member

    Coming up with the root keyword can take time and just exploration on your part.

    The keyword will have to make sense for you product or niche. See where your competition is.

    You have to get into the heads of your customers/prospects. Thats really the only way to get the starting point. From there you can use keyword tools to expand on your intial idea.
     
  5. jhbizman

    jhbizman New Member

    I use google adwords keyword tool. It's simple and works great for me. You would just enter the product title in the search bar and then it will give you ideas for keywords. It is best to use a keyword or two that has a great number of hits (at least 1,000 per month). It is also important to note the competition level, it is best to find a keyword with minimal competition. I hope this helps.
     
  6. brandi11

    brandi11 New Member

    does google adwords cost anything to use
     

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