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Harvest Keywords in Your Sleep And Make Big Money

Keywords are essential for all aspects of online marketing.

  • If you’re a blogger, you want to optimize your post titles and/or categories to include keywords so you can be found easily.
  • If you’re an affiliate marketer, the optimal keywords will help you target your paid ad to a searcher’s preferences.
  • If you’re an Internet surfer, type the right keywords into the search engine will ensure that you will find relevant information.
  • If you’re a product creator, you might like to create niche websites based around high value keywords.

A whole industry has sprung up around providing these keywords.

You have expensive software, with costs running into the hundreds as a norm, rather than an exception.

You have web-based services providing keywords for a monthly subscription.

But how would you like to harvest keywords in your sleep?

In many cases, these could either be low value, high volume (in terms of number of searches) keywords.

Other times, they could be high value, low volume keywords.

What’s best is you’ll get these keywords delivered to you every day.

And they’ll deliver it to you free.

Who’s this service provider?

Frankly, I haven’t a clue, but I suspect it could be Super Affiliate Marketers.

If you’ve a sub-50,000 Alexa-ranked blog, you get the priority service, with hundreds of freshest keywords and keyphrase combinations delivered to you, 24-7.

It’s easier if you have a WordPress blog and the Akismet spam plugin.

Just look through the spam catcher and look through the spam comments you’ve received.

Build your keyword list from there.

For example, if you were looking at a pharmaceutical-related niche site, you might like to take the spammers benevolent keyword providers suggestions to include gems like:

  • Smallpox Vaccine
  • Valsartan
  • purchase viagra
  • cialis soft tabs
  • levitra online

If your tastes lean towards Japanese animation (huge demand there), take the spamming idiot’s animation specialist’s advice to build content based on:

  • sexy anime
  • anime boy
  • inuyasha anime picture
  • anime guys
  • anime image
  • free anime wallpaper
  • anime art
  • one piece anime
  • anime toy
  • anime torrent
  • anime icon
  • japan anime
  • anime expo
  • advanced anime
  • anime news
  • anime avatars
  • death note anime
  • anime series
  • anime cartoon sex
  • yaoi anime

There’re about another 100 keyphrases, which I’ll spare you for the moment.

With so many handy helpers on the Internet, I’m just awestruck that keyword providers continue to do a roaring trade.

And on a long boring evening, I might even be tempted to google for “fruit basket anime” to see what the keyphrase pulls up.

3 comments on Harvest Keywords in Your Sleep And Make Big Money

  1. Andrew Wee
    December 30, 2006 at 3:27 pm (4896 days ago)

    Hi Cygnus,
    It’s interesting to use misspelling, though it’d make for opportunistic income rather than a regular income stream.

    i guess one could go down the path to having 100-200 misspelled domains and go from there, though it’s not something i find very appealing.

    but yeah, a $8 annual domain could pull significant income if you do it right.

  2. Cygnus
    December 31, 2006 at 8:05 am (4895 days ago)

    Actually, the misspellings can be used rather effectively on normal, branded domains, in a pseudo-doorway page fashion. I’ve seen some pretty successful results where the misspelling is used to capture a visitor and turn that visitor into a repeat customer — for most of the stuff I do, it is about repeat business; as such, it tends to be pretty effective.

    Imagine if you dedicated some pages just to common misspellings and mistypings of your core products, and explained on the page how the visitor landing there may have landed there because your competition didn’t care enough about the consumer to provide every opportunity to cater to that visitor? Even on one-time transactions, it can certainly add up.

    You are correct in that many using this technique do so with throwaway domains at far less than $8/yr registration & hosting, making it a pretty easy break-even proposition. Just another tool for the toolbox as far as I’m concerned though.

    Happy new years!

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