Tuesday, 15 March 2011
Creating new affiliate content can be a bit tedious and sometimes restrictive, especially if youíve chosen a niche that isnít that wide. How much content can you really write about fence posts for example?
One source I find very helpful is the list of search terms used to find my websites. They show what keywords and phrases people are using to find your website and this information can be gathered from local stats scripts from your webhost or third party plugins such as Google Analytics.
What I do is search through the logs looking for trends. Thereís probably a faster and more accurate way of doing this but I prefer skimming through the full results set to find gems contained within.
For a niche website, your keywords and keyphrases should be fairly tight to the content youíve written. Using the fence post example above I would expect the vast majority of queries to be things like:
You may also be interested in reading:
Comments are manually approved and hence can a while to appear. Questions, informative posts, and feedback comments are gladly accepted. Spam is deleted. Spam-type comments have their links removed (Comment Policy)
I do exactly that but use Google webmaster search queries. More info on key phrases and keywords please.
Written on Thursday 31 March 2011 at 11:35:35 GMT (Permalink)
@penny ciocchi - What sort of info on key phrases and keywords are you after? :-)
Written on Thursday 31 March 2011 at 19:42:32 GMT (Permalink)
Thank you to all previous commenters.
Comments are now prohibited for this post.
This could be for a number of reasons but is most likely due to prevent the discussion from digressing.