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How You Can Easily Compile A Gigantic Keyword List


It doesn't matter what kind of marketing you are involved in.

Having the most keywords for your market or niche is a surefire way to win over your competition, and that's a fact!

The most important place to have thousands of keywords is in your pay-per-click campaigns, as you want to hit as broad an audience as possible, within your market or niche.

If you are using pagemill software to automatically build websites surrounding a particular market or niche, you know that the more keywords you have, the more pages your site will contain, and ultimately the higher pagerank and position your site will have.

Therefore, having as many keywords as possible is absolutely critical to your online success.

Luckily, there are a several free resources you can use in your quest.

3 Great And Free Keyword Resources

The most widely known resource is Overture's Keyword Tool:

http://inventory.overture.com/d/searchinventory/suggestion/

Type in a phrase and all related searches on yahoo for the past month will be yours for the taking.

Another great resource is Google's Keyword Tool:

https://adwords.google.com/select/KeywordSandbox

Simply type in your phrase and out comes a large list of related searches on Google.

What's even more cool is that Google's Keyword Tool will also give you a list of similar searches. These may not be exactly for your market, but they will be highly revelant none the less.

The Last Free Keyword Tool is Good Keywords:

http://www.goodkeywords.com/

This is actually a free piece of software that you download and install of your computer.

It's an excellent tool for digging out even more keywords.

The Killer Keyword Resource

The all time number one keyword resource is WordTracker. It's a paid service, but you are getting much more than what you pay for.

You can sign-up for 24 hours of access at http://www.wordtracker.com for only $7 and pump their system for as many keywords as you want!

Within WordTracker you feed their system with your main keyword, e.g. "gardening" and they will show you all related serches and phrases for the past 60 days.

What To Do Next

Once you have all your keyword lists from wordtracker, good keywords, overture and google, you simply combine them into one gigantic list.

Naturally, some of the keywords will be identical, but you will definately end up with a huge list, and depending on your market or niche you easily can go from a few hundred keywords to several thousands using this method.

How Quickly And Easily Combine Keyword Lists

There's a new keyword tool available that will handle this task for you in seconds.

It allows you to simply paste in your various lists, and voila, you will end up with a neatly formatted and clean keyword list.

It can do a variety of other tasks, such as format your entire list for Google AdWords, adding i.e. brackets to all phrases.

Read more about this great keyword tool here:

http://www.keywordjuggler.com

I hope this article has helped you in your search for more keywords, and ultimately, more traffic and sales.

Martin Enevoldsen, a certified software engineer, specializing in developing highly useful and in demand solutions for internet marketing. Read more about his latest invention, Keyword Juggler, that is currently helping hundreds of internet marketers worldwide.


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