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How can I find profitable keywords using Traffic Travis?

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How can I find profitable keywords using Traffic Travis?

Hi I listened to Mr K Strategy last night and really confused about Traffic Travis, aparently there is a tool in there where you can put it your keywords to help see if those words are making money , you watch them for two weeks
does anybody know how or where I can do this?

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Can you point to the part ( Minute )where it talks about this in MR K so we can pinpoint exactly what you are needing to know. Thx.
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Hi, start at 6mins of the recording of Mr K Interview with mark, I think his name is Jason talks about when you are researching your keywords , in traffic travis there is a way of searching for the competition and then you can watch over the next couple of weeks whether those keywords are still be used. If they are then obviously money is being made by those sites that are also using those keywords, but I cannot seem to work out how to do this.
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Yes, That's under the button- "PPC analysis" and you need to create a project.
Watch the video as it explains how to do it.
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This may sound like a stupid question but which video and where do I find that?

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The video should pop up automatically.
Unless you turned it off.
Not sure how you re-enable the video though.
Anyone else know?
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ahhhh,yes thank you I will try again, thanks troy, also are you familiar with the newsletter series?
I am looking for some guidance in that area if you can be of any help I would appreciate it
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Newsletter series?
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Yes, setting up a newsletter series for your site, a sign up box. etc
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Check out this post on using Traffic Travis to spot profitable keywords.

Essentially if you discover there are not many changed advertisers over the period of a week then its an indication the keyword is making them money.

To do this use the PPC Analysis tool in TT. Add (or edit) a project and enter your keywords. Start the update. It will most likely show Changed Advertisers as being the same as Ads Found. Come back to it in a weeks time and run the update again to see if Changed Advertisers is less than Ads Found - if so it shows some of the same advertisers are still using that keyword, and thus you can safely assume they're making money from it.

Hope that helps

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blubutterfly wrote:Yes, setting up a newsletter series for your site, a sign up box. etc


Start a new post for newsletter help under the site building thread.
That way everyone can chip in and help and also learn.
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