A discussion of the types of keywords databases that are on the market and whether or not buying one is part of an excellent search engine optimization strategy.
If you go onto Click bank and similar sites that market books and products about SEO strategy you will notice that quite a few internet gurus are selling databases or lists of keywords that are supposed to work to draw traffic to your website no matter what.
These Golden ad sense keywords” have been compiled to help shoot your site to the top of the search engines and thereby increase traffic and sales.
These are top paying ad sense keywords that pay up to $10 per click as opposed to the cent or two per click that seems to be the optimum result of using Google’s keyword tools.
The key selling ploy of the people who offer these software data bases is that it to find these keywords by yourself would take weeks or maybe even months of research to find out by trial and error what works and what doesn’t.
The real benefit of using this keyword software is that it spares you time as well as turns up hundreds of keywords that you would not normally have thought of.
This type of database is usually sold as dynamic software that is usually up and running and minutes. A really good program will also break down the price of each keyword so that you can target keywords that are within your budget.
It will be able to tell you the number of times that a keyword that you may have thought up has been searched for so that you don’t waste time with a keyword that nobody ever bothers clicking on.
However remember that software is useless if you haven’t used your brain in the first place to come up with a product that is in its own searchable niche.
If this program does not cover your category then it is useless as all it will do is bring you tons of surfers as opposed to targeted buyers.
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