August 26, 2009

Profitable Keywords

Profitable Keywords

Here is a site which lists the top 500 profitable current keywords.
7 search top 500 profitable keywords

Remember that keyword profitability is a combination of per click amount and search traffic.
Profitable keywords are always changing day to day and even hour to hour.

Go for keywords which have little competition. You can determine this by going to a major search engine and typing in your keywords in quotes. You will find out how many competitors there are.
Make sure you also see advertisements on the search page. This will show you that advertisers are bidding for them. The large the number of advertisements the better.

The first step to making money online is to find profitable keywords.

The second step is to build your site around those keywords.

The third step is to tweak your site around those keyword to get a higher search engine rank to get more traffic.

The fourth step is to convert that traffic into money. This can be done by a number of ways.
Use google adsense ads, affiliate links, charge for advertising space or sell your own products.
Selling your own products is the most profitable. The easier product is what you already know or have already built. If you can create an e-book then that is great.

Use google adwords tool to find profitable keywords, keyword ideas, and keyword suggestions.

Another useful tool is the google traffic estimator


After keywords are place in the url, title and post title then we need to talk about keyword density. This is the amount of times your keyword is repeated in terms of the words you have on the page. Not enough and you won't rank well. Too much and google becomes suspicious. Ideally one needs between 2-4% keyword density in each article.

This can be determined simply by doing a word count of the page on your site and then multipling that number by either .02 or .03 or .04. This should give you an idea of how many times to repeat your main keyword.


It is a good idea to use other similar keyword in your article as long as it doesn't take your article off-subject. Google Adwords tool is good for finding that. It will take some time to go through the often long list that the tool produces. Try to find words that fit your conent well that will please both humand and robots alike.

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