Tuesday, 7 May 2019

4 Brainstorming Tips For Keyword Research

When I did my first keyword research tutorial on my site, it was poorly done. Now I come back with more information and inspiration to share with you my preferred methods for brainstorming. Let me tell you this first, if you give up you’ll never going to make it. My motto in life is: “Never Give Up!” – stay focused on what you do and you’ll eventually succeed.
This tutorial/guide, call it what you want, is aimed at newbies who don’t know where to start, and want to get into niche sites monetized with Amazon and AdSense.
You have two ways to get started (brainstorming):
  • Get into a niche which you like to write about and really love to discuss it.
  • Find a profitable niche. Find something that people are interested in.

Let’s get started:

1. Forums

Go to Google (I have Google) and type in the following:
keyword + forum/forums
Once you found a popular forum with a member online, write it down into a notepad or Evernote. Next thing to do, is looking at the forums, you can find keywords just by looking at forums. 

2. Amazon / eBay

Amazon and eBay have a good source for anyone who wants to do keyword research, I’ll tell you where to find keyword ideas, pssst: look into the categories!
Category links for:
eBay – Link is here.
Amazon – Link is here.
Another secret tip: best seller section on Amazon.

3. Bond, James Bond

Next tip is to spy on the competition for your preferred niche.
  • Go to Google Keyword Planner
  • Sign in to AdWords
  • Click on “Search for keywords and ad group ideas
  • At “Your landing page” enter the URL of the competition

After you put the domain name into Google Keyword Planner (GKP) it will show you plenty of keywords.

4. KeywordTool.io

I made a review for this tool, and it is really awesome, I have to say that. If you can to check it out, just click this link. This is a auto suggestion tool, it will give you keyword suggestions based on the Google Auto Suggestion.
Go directly to KeywordTool.io.

More tools for brainstorming, go ahead and check them out:

Let me know in the comment section what do you think of this methods and if you have a question please ask.