19 Jun 09
14 Jul 11 8:49 pm
also, be careful of the trap of lazy kw research. I see people that try to do a site with all 20 kw being very similar. You want some variety.
I usually divide my site into categories before anything else. Once I choose a niche, I pick 4 problems within the niche, then I find one product that helps fix each problem, and one general product that covers all of them.
these are the 5 products for my review table/ product reviews
then I take each category and find 6 keywords for each problem that I identified.
it takes a bit more to set up and research that way, but you are ready for a site that is valuable, well laid out, and set up for expansion later on.
the more sites I build the more i realize that these small sites are great as a test for a new niche, but they are not a "finished site" when you finish the course. you keep adding and building over time.
Your Focus Determines Your Reality