2 Strategies To Find The Best Keywords in Competitive Markets

I know this internet stuff is not easy. I've seen many come and go and you are right, it's not for everyone. If you truly have the burning desire and do all the things you have learned, you can make it. AND in this business you will always be learning and growing.

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Find your routine And repeat. It's that simple. You will naturally learn along the way...


Concentrate on getting people through the door... concentrate on setting up campaigns... testing them... letting them go when they're not profitable... nurturing the winners... Continue the process and don't let up.

It's not for everyone, but if you've made it this far you've already done better than I bet 98% of the people that have quit.... you've acted, you've tried, you've worked at this... many people quit before they even started.


Some will find success quickly. Many won't. We all have different experiences depending on our financial situations and backgrounds.

BUT the universal truth is... Don't give up and you will succeed...


There are 2 Strategies you can use to find highly competitive market:


FIRST Strategy:


1) Do some serious heavy research to find all the keywords that might find people that want the product... think outside of the box; outside of the keyword tool as well. Sometimes those tools won't find words that are related or similar to that product... Think like a Thesaurus. What words are out there that mean the same thing, but are different than the main keywords you are researching.

Make this huge list and then plug it in... maybe break it into different adgroups. Niche groups...

Then play the "on hold" "disabled" game. Keep a close eye on the it... clean out the bad performers etc. Take out the winners and put them into their own adgroups...

In doing this, you might be surprised what you find.

From there you can go to step 2...


SECOND Strategy:


OFTEN, when I see a competitive market I don't go through all of the above and can still find quick winning campaigns.

Most of the time I come at a market with a product already in mind... I search for merchants first then I look for markets for the products or services...

Often the merchant itself provides its own niche. Something the competition doesn't have or targets a portion of the market the others don't...

In many cases, I will actually just study the market... make notes of areas that don't look like they have a lot of direct competition or match my merchant perfectly... and set up a small campaign specifically targeted at an opening...

In this method I'm not attacking the whole market. I'm just tackling a small corner of that market. I'll often do better than the competition because I'm more focused.


AND Remember the results you get from your tools are just a rule of thumb. It does not take into consideration Googles matching options.

So you could have what looks like a competitive keyword. Your tool says there are 50 campaigns running for it, but in reality they are all broad matches... you come in with an exact match, excellent ad copy and you will get better CTR and better conversions than the competition..


Much of it is just testing...... You don't know that until you try it. Ya never know. Depending on what you are selling, your product might be more what the searcher is looking for and can do well... if the ad is written right.


Dealing with Pop-Ups… Google Adwords


There isn't much you can do about pop-ups on the landing pages short of contacting the merchant to see if they will give you a special landing page without one... or they might be able to recommend a link for you that doesn't have one... the merchant might have more than one landing page that you can link to as well...

There are a lot of different types of pop-ups so it may not be immediately obvious that's it's even there. Some will be when someone trys to back out and something pops up OR they could be delayed, timed OR your computer may block it without you seeing it.


If You’re Discouraged…


First, don't get discouraged. We've all been there with campaigns... with successes that turn into failures. It's part of it all. Just keep on keeping on.

If you are not having success in a particular market, there are tons of other markets you can branch off into.. In the beginning, I would suggest trying to concentrate on markets with the least competition. It's not impossible to make money in the bigger markets like mortgage, insurance or whatever, but it's MORE difficult and should be something you tackle as you gain experience.

Digital products are great, but don't get stuck there either. There is so much you can do AND...

$100 profit is VERY achievable with a long term, sustained effort. Heck there are people here that make that every few hours.
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