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How To Find A Profitable Niche — By Dominating The Right Keywords

By Darcy McCoy

One of the things every new affiliate marketer dreads is receiving yet another report or seeing another video on “keyword research” and “finding a valuable niche.” Within your first four to six weeks on the affiliate marketing learning curve you probably found a lot of conflicting information. Everyone claims that theirs is the “only effective method” of finding good keywords; if you’re willing to pay a handsome price you can learn all their secrets in a mere twenty-four hours (or forty-eight if you’re a slow learner!).

So, is keyword research really that important? Yes, it really is. Take a quick look at the place keywords occupy in affiliate marketing. Your keyword is the “link” that connects you, the affiliate marketer, with your audience, the person who is searching the web for a particular product or service. For you to make an affiliate commission, the person who reads your articles, visits your websites, or gets emails from your email auto-responder must buy something — your commission is a percentage of that purchase price.

The other essential piece of this puzzle is that your keyword has to be one that is used by people who are actually ready to buy a product or subscribe to a service. If your keyword is only used by people who are still just surfing for information the number of readers or visitors that convert to a sale will be small.

It doesn’t sound too complicated, does it? In fact, the concept is not at all complicated. What makes it difficult is trying to sort through the immense number of possibilities — how on earth do you decide what product or service to promote? How do you figure out what keywords to target for a given product? How do you know if your keyword is going to bring in consumers who are ready to buy, instead of visitors who are still just “window shopping”? All these things can become very bewildering and eat up all your time without getting you any closer to generating some income.

Not to worry, though. You can still do very well with affiliate marketing if you’re willing to persevere, to keep learning and practicing. Of course, the ideal solution for new affiliate marketers is to have a source of good keywords that are already researched — for a proven market that has room for your articles and niche sites to do well. By working with a good set of existing keywords you give yourself time to hone the other skills and gain the experience you need to generate an affiliate income. It gives you the chance to follow through and make those first sales, so you’ll want to keep working and learning.

You’re in luck, because you can find an authentic source for profitable keywords. There is a service that provides complete keyword lists, already researched. Each list targets a niche market full of eager consumers who are just waiting for you to feed them the products they need — trying it will cost you less than lunch at your favorite fast food restaurant.

You can get seven smoking-hot keyword lists delivered to your inbox today! See how fast you might succeed at affiliate marketing when you can begin with the best targeted keywords.

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McCoy, Darcy "How To Find A Profitable Niche — By Dominating The Right Keywords." How To Find A Profitable Niche — By Dominating The Right Keywords. 3 Jul. 2010. 3 Sep 2014 <>.

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