Dear Pay Per Click Marketer,
You should, by now, be aware that having a massive highly targeted keyword list with terms related to your site is a gem. The more keywords you have in your list, the more traffic you will generate to your site, and the more sales you will make. The formula is simple. Many people ask me how I generate hundreds of these high quality, targeted keywords every hour; so I decided to leak my #1 secret to the world. I hope that you will use this secret to your advantage and it will help you tremendously in your Pay Per Click Marketing.
Go to Google Suggest: http://www.google.com/webhp?complete=1&hl=en
Type in the root keyword you’re trying to SEO for or brainstorm around. If you haven’t used this tool before, then listen closely.
[DO NOT PRESS SEARCH]
Just wait, and the results will pop-down with the top 10 most popular searches on google for that phrase and 10 others. This way, you know that the keywords you are collecting are not only highly targeted, but also consistently pulling in traffic.
Okay, now here’s the sneaky part. Let’s pretend our website is about ‘dating’.
Typing in ‘dating’ gives you the following keywords:
Now, here’s how you get your 270 more keyword ideas:-
Type in ‘dating’, space, and then the letter ‘a’, ‘b’, ‘c’ etc. (26 letters in the alphabet, 10 keywords for each letter, plus the keywords from the root list above)
Just for show…
Here were the top results for ‘dating’ and the letter ‘a’:
dating after divorce
dating advice for women
dating a married man
dating agencies uk
And how do I know Google actually gives you the top 10 real searches?
Quote From Google (Quotation comes from: http://labs.google.com/suggestfaq.html)
Our algorithms use a wide range of information to predict the queries users are most likely to want to see. For example, Google Suggest uses data about the overall popularity of various searches to help rank the refinements it offers. An example of this type of popularity information can be found in the Google Zeitgeist. Google Suggest does not base its suggestions on your personal search history.
Now you know my secret; use it wisely…