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Not every KEYWORD will make you money

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Not every KEYWORD will make you money

Postby admin » Tue Nov 01, 2011 4:23 pm

Start off with a few domains if you can. You'll get further faster. :)

If you're a beginner it really is in your best interest to throw a lot out there without fear of failing so you can get a sense of what works and what doesn't work.

You learn from the failures. They are not totally worthless if you gain knowledge you can use in the future.

People often ask me to look at the keyword domains they want to buy and I have to say - most times they are domains I would NOT personally buy. :roll:

Does that mean they can't succeed at making money with those domains?

No - it just means that my personal experience leads me to make judgements about the chances of that keyword making money as a web site.

The idea is to find something that works as a web site. It needs to be something you can flesh out and develop when you gain success.

How many articles can you write about a brand or type of a Hair Curler???

I try to find keywords that have lots of related keywords so I can become an authority for that niche.

Now - this is not the place to get into specifics as to how to pick a good keyword that will make you money - as the criteria for picking exact match keyword domains is discussed in great deal in the 12 Step Success Strategy training videos in the Blogging Underground members section.

I would like to say this:

Carefully pick out a good number of them and then before you buy them - look at your list of possible keywords and then based on your GUT along with the fact that they pass the tests I suggest you put them through - pick a few of them.

Not every domain you build will succeed. Not every site that gets traffic will make money.

You need to gain experience and get a feel for what works for you and use that to build a future for yourself.

While my suggestions and strategies are good starting points - you need to take some responsibility yourself and be actively involved in learning how to pick good keyword domains and making money with them. ;)
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Re: Not every KEYWORD will make you money

Postby DruCM » Sun Nov 06, 2011 5:36 am

Good post Mike

I'd also like to add that sometimes a general domain name that is related to the 'overall' content of a site can help to make the site name a sticky one. It may also allow a little more flexibility with the niche content. Short and relevant domains are the best IMHO, even if there is no wining keyword or key phrase in the actual domain name.

An example is a website in Thailand focused on those who teach English over here. Everyone in Thailand knows the word 'Ajarn' means 'teacher' in Thai. So even though this is an English language website, the name ajarn is very apt for its domain name seeing as it caters specifically for the TEFL tribes in Thailand. It's also short, and dead easy to remember, so ajarn dot com an excellent choice for this particular project.

I have a site called MrRoomfinder.com (all one word). There are no great keywords in the domain itself, but all the site's visitors have got to know that 'Mr Roomfinder' is a good place to go and look for local accommodation.

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Re: Not every KEYWORD will make you money

Postby admin » Sun Nov 06, 2011 10:43 am

If you are trying to brand and get type in traffic - a short domain name is good.

Just stay away from dashes in the name :?
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