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General Chatter / MOVED: keyword canine
« on: October 19, 2013, 03:55:09 AM »

Instant Article Factory / MOVED: article Builder and senuke xcr
« on: October 11, 2013, 09:46:02 AM »

Keyword Canine / Commercial intent
« on: October 03, 2013, 12:50:09 PM »
It's easy to find key words and niches with KC but how do you know whether people BUY on these keywords? There used to be another tool (no longer sold) that told you the "commercial intent" of people using that keyword to search. For instance, if I do a search on "study skills", I might well be a student looking for free information, so that keyword, while popular, is not likely to have any commercial usefulness, whereas "lego", although it is a child's toy, might be being searched for because Christmas is coming along and people may be searching for toys for their children, so that keyword might well have "commercial intent". So how can you determine the commercial intent of any particular keyword. Is it possible? (Apart of course from the obvious key words such "where to buy ...)

Ask Jon A Question / MOVED: New Signed-Up Member
« on: September 26, 2013, 02:24:34 AM »

iNeedArticles / MOVED: Looking for expert spinner
« on: September 25, 2013, 12:45:23 PM »

General Chatter / MOVED: How TBS works by italian lunguage?
« on: September 18, 2013, 01:52:44 PM »

Ask Jon A Question / MOVED: Determining max length of spun text
« on: September 03, 2013, 05:31:25 AM »
This topic has been moved to [TBS3].

Accurank Tracker / Accurank not working for me
« on: August 30, 2013, 01:02:28 PM »
It starts going but nothing gets updated. The dates still show as much earlier in the year. I started them all going then minimised and when I came back to it, no dates had been changed and some items had not been done. I tried clicking on a star and got an error message - see pic.
error message

Search Engine Optimization / Useful free SEO cheatsheet
« on: August 29, 2013, 11:43:06 AM »
Some may find this useful
It's free and does NOT ask for your email address. Just download and save if you want.


Very interesting article - make sure you read ALL the small print and definitely check out any double negatives. Do't say you weren't warned!

Keyword Snatcher 2.0 / FAQs Keyword Snatcher 2
« on: July 30, 2013, 02:59:15 AM »
Getting Version 2
If you have Keyword Snatcher version 1, you can upgrade to version 2 by putting your license key into this form:

Difference between "Found" and "Checked"
Found is the total number of keywords discovered, and Checked is how many of those keywords it's gone back and run through.

So let's say we have this list:

keyword 1
keyword 2
keyword 3
keyword 4
keyword 5

Once a list is created, KS goes back and runs each of the discovered keywords to see if it will pull any deeper keywords. So there's FIVE keyword "Found" initially. It will then push "keyword 1" through (1 keyword "Checked"), add any additional keywords found, then run "keyword 2" (2 keywords "Checked"), etc.

What Settings should I use?
Just enter your base keywords, click "get suggestions" and let it run until you feel like you've got enough keywords to work with. Then download them and use them as you will.
The video on the homepage shows what to do and it's only 5 minutes 15 seconds long

Where are my downloaded files from KS2 saved?
They should be in whatever download file you normally use. I use Chrome as my browser and it shows downloads at the bottom left of my browser, as well as adding them to my download folder, so i can open them and save them elsewhere if I choose. the file name should be whatever keywords you used plus the file extension of .txt or .csv, so if you searched on Vuitton handbags, you would get a file downloaded called Vuitton_handbags.csv or Vuitton_handbags.txt

Finding Niches

If you leave the keyword box blank in version 2.0 then KWS will find a list of popular niches Jon shows this in the video at 3 minutes 30 seconds on the home page I've just been trying this and I've stopped it at 4750

Are the search results a combination of Exact, Phrase and Broad? Am using the tool for PPC.
Results are "Exact Match"

Keyword Snatcher 2.0 / Using keyword Snatcher 2
« on: July 29, 2013, 01:19:06 PM »
Here are some ideas for how to use the list of keywords you get from KS2. Please feel free to add your own ideas or to shoot mine down, if you think I am talking rubbish!  ;D

NOTE: KEYWORD PHRASES ARE WHAT SEARCHERS LOOK FOR! This means that these are all phrases that have been entered into a search box on Google, Bing, Ebay, Amazon or Yahoo. These are NOT necessarily phrases in anyone's web page (though they might be)

1. I ran KS2 using the phrase Vuitton handbags. (FYI, I chose that phrase because an AWFUL lot of spam has been directed at this forum recently, most of it concerning handbags :o. Personally, I have absolutely no interest in handbags, either in owning one or in selling them, so it seemed a good way of testing out KS2)

2. I downloaded the results in a CSV file, which you can open with any spreadsheet program, such as Microsoft Excel or the Libreoffice (free) equivalent. There were over 2000 results.

3. I used the data function in Excel to sort the keyword phrases into alphabetical order, then went down the list just looking for what might be "interesting" subjects. (Highly subjective  ;D)

4. When I found a phrase that I thought was "interesting", I looked it up in Google keywords, to see how many searches came up for it. I looked at a few that had no searches, then came across the keyword authentic Louis Vuitton handbags and when I plugged that into Google adwords, it came up with 9,000 global monthly searches but that was with the "broad match". Looked good. And there was "medium" competition. I also checked with the "exact match" and it came up with 1600 global monthly searches and "high" competition - not so good.

5. I used a domain name checker and the domain name authenticlouisvuittonhandbags was available as a .com (it probably won't be 5 minutes after I post this!  ;))

6. I plugged it into Keyword Canine to see what that came up with but this is not necessary if you don't have KC. It confirmed that this would be a hard phrase to rank for.

7. If I were to decide to continue with this and to buy the domain name, I would then write several articles using many of the other keyword phrases shown in the KS2 list, for instance, "authentic louis vuitton handbags and wallets" and "authentic louis vuitton handbag prices", etc. Though I would check these phrases with Google adwords, to check out how many searches there were for these phrases too. These longer phrases can suggest articles that could be written and through which a lot of these phrases could be sprinkled very naturally.

What are your thoughts? Do you have anything to add?

I think I would also check any domain name I was thinking of buying through Google "trends" or similar to see if this search was an "evergreen" one, rather than just the latest gossip that will die away in a week or two.

Keyword Snatcher 2.0 / Ran the two versions side by side
« on: July 27, 2013, 06:11:33 AM »
I logged into the new KS2, using my KKS1 credentials and decided to give it a twirl. Put one of my usual keywords in and set it running, then decided to see whether KS1 still worked - it did, so on impulse put the same keyword in there and set it running too and went out. Came back about an hour later and KS1 was finished, with just under 6,000 keywords snatched. KS2 is still running, it has so far found OVER 11,000 keywords and is still going!  ;D

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