How do you find a Group of Niche Keywords for your Web Site?  

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created by Suzie Netten 2009-10-11 08:37:33 am

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Seo for Firefox gets my vote. Not only is this the best free software it is one of the best working software at any price that I have.

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submitted by Rick Imby 2009-10-11 08:49:01 am    


I like just searching for the keyword term and also searching for the term in the Google Keywords tool. The Keyword tool gets my award as the Best Free tool.

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submitted by zbikenut 2009-10-11 08:54:23 am    

Google Keywords tool is the best free tool out there, in my opinion. The best paid tool I've found is MicroNicheFinder.

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submitted by Theresa Mayhew 2009-11-07 12:35:27 pm    

turn on google or yahoo search assist and slowly type in your kewyord and see what pops up as a recommended search!

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submitted by wiseoguy 2009-11-29 11:55:13 pm    

Google Keywords for free searches, and Market Samurai for the best paid solution are my picks. Market Samurai also helps with promotion - an amazing and affordable service!

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submitted by Lillea_Woodlyns 2009-11-12 03:33:47 am    

I am looking forward to building keyword lists with Jonathan Leger's new software. I have watched his new video on Niche Horde and it looks good.

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submitted by Suzie Netten 2009-10-11 08:37:33 am    


I like using the SEO for Firefox free plugin for Mozilla. This plugin tells me a lot about the search engine results with just a quick look. Also if I want to dig deeper into a URL I can put the URL into the SEO Tool in my Toolbar.

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submitted by MissoulaBicycleHangar 2009-10-11 08:45:24 am    

I like to search in Google using the inanchor:"keyword" and the intitle:"keyword" search. This search really tells you how many people are working on ranking for this keyword.

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submitted by MissoulaBicycleHangar 2009-10-11 08:52:01 am    

I use the Free Google Keyword Tool. I like looking at how much the estimated CPC will be on the words and how many top domain pages are in the Search results. If all the pages on the results have a high PR I will move on to the next keyword.

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submitted by MissoulaBicycleHangar 2009-10-11 08:43:23 am    

Google the term and make a note of the suggestions that come up when you start typing. Also note the "related search terms" that Google lists at the bottom of the search results page.

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