Joined: 23 Nov 09
15 Apr 11 7:20 pm
Buyer Keyword And Domain Name Question?
I have thought about venturing into the physical product market and signing up to amazon and clickbank etc... as well as mixing in clickbank. I have been doing some research on keywords. Specifically buyer keywords. From all our training we are taught to find buyer keywords. That is what I have done. Also, I have found keywords with little competition, in fact I can't believe it.
Now, I was doing domain name searches and for example I found one that was available and it is a exact name match for the buyer keyword. Question is do I purchase the domain for the buyer keyword and reverse engineer the site for a larger keyword.
For example, buy xyz xyz xyz is available. It is generic and only gets about 200 monthly searches. However the main keyword xyz xyz xyz gets 20,000 - 30,000 local exact matches but is extremely competitive.
The reason I am reluctant to spend time on it is because if you look up other sites for example in google like buy xyz xyz xyz all you see are junk on them and people wanting you to purchase the website. For example, I looked up buy golf clubs and it just has links to places to buy golf clubs but it doesn't rank very well. I think it was on the second or third page of google and it doesn't provide any information or value to the reader. I'm wondering if google penalizes you for this type of site or is it because maybe there just aren't very many backlinks going to the site.
I also looked up buy solar panels and when you do a search for buy solar panels you would think it would be at the top but it isn't either.
So is it worth reverse engineering or should I move on?
Second if I was to purchase the exact name domain for buy xyz xyz xyz how would you go about designing a site that would provide value to the incoming traffic yet move them on to the product. I think that is why you see so many of these types of sites with just links on them that provide no value. No reviews or anything like that. Just pushing them through as soon as they hit the site. I have done numerous searches over the years and have landed on these types of pages and I just get frustrated and leave right away because it seems to provide no value as a consumer. Thoughts anyone?