Google Keyword Tool Avg Search VolumeHi,
wollowra wrote:It's all important but you should be looking at SEARCH VOLUME.
You want to know how many searches are being done each month.
The higher the better as this most likely means the market is big and there will be alot of customers.
Hope that helps.
fthomas137 wrote:Agreed on many points. First off, just be forewarned that the weight loss niche is one of the four most popular niches on the internet - weight loss, acne, credit repair and internet marketing. You will have a run for your money to be sure. You are best to carve a sub-niche out of that. Something like getting rid of man boobs. (I laughed when I heard that on one of the videos!)
And second, Troy is 100% correct. A buying keyword is 10 times better in sales then a non-selling keyword. You are not shooting for the moon here, you are looking for at least 1500 broad searches per keyword per month. If you have 25 topic keywords, this brings you to a possible 37,500 search listings per month. Knowing what I know, that will bring you about 15,000 visitors if your keywords are in the top 3 or 4 of google. If you are able to convert 1% of your visitors at a profit of $17 per sale, you have a potential for $2,550 in sales per month.
I'll take that all day over a keyword that has a possibility of 150,000 searches per month that I'm on page 20 for. That'll work out to oh about $0 in sales.
Not trying to be funny, just very honest!
.When I choose the 25 basic keyword phrases, can I combine references to products? For instance, when I have a keyword like 'workout at home' which is pure an example, can I in that 'chapter' refer to two products or should I keep that separate. I do not wanna sound like a compilation website but the lessons do teach to pick more than one product.
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