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How to Sell your Products with the right keywords

Updated on February 21, 2013
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Selling Products Online isn't an Easy Task!

If you are an Amazon Associate, EBay Affiliate Partner or you are just trying to sell your own products, you are definitely grappling with tons of ways and techniques to build traffic to your website, blog, and/or hubs. You have certainly heard about Google AdWords and you're confused about how to pick keywords that are search-friendly. This isn't easy as you have to make lots of research to single out keywords that are likely to be visible in search engine results. You have also deployed many marketing compaigns to make your products more accessible to a large audience. You may have used bookmarking, and social network sites like Pinterest, Twitter, Facebook and still your products are not selling, however appealing they are. This of course needs lots of work, lots of research, but the best way ever is to work on your products and reviews' titles, while using buying keywords.

Increase your Sales with Buying Keywords

Buying keywords are simply keywords with a purchasing content, keywords that visitors type in search engines with an intent to buy particular products with best prices. This means that visitors of your website or hub will be more targeted. You are not going to make sales with random visitors looking for information or fun in your website, but you're definitely going to make sales with visitors who have credit cards in hand. Your keywords are then going to be loaded with words like '' buy'', ''purchase, '' discount'' and the like. This makes your products more accessible to visitors who are trying primarily to buy. Your keywords will be then targeted to a specific kind of visitors. It's not the number of visitors which matters in selling products--20 targeted visitors are much more important than 1000 random visitors! Focus on the money generating keywords while stuffing your content with keywords, and that's the key to be a successful seller.

List of Buying Keywords

The list of buying keywords I myself will consider is this:

1- Affordable prices....

2- Cheap.........

3-Best price......

4- Low cost....

5......For Sale

6- Daily deals.....

7-Compare prices.....

8- Where to buy......

9- How to buy........

10- Discounted........

11- Discount...........

12-Price Comparison

13- Bargain...............

14- Get the best price for.......

15- .........For sale on amazon

16- ........For sale online

17-........ What is the best price for......

18- Best reviews of certain products

19-...............Who sells........

20-Low cost...............

Those are some of the keywords that could make your products visible to targeted visitors, still you have to make research to avoid competition, but with keywords with purchasing content, your surely going to make significant sales with targeted visitors!


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      Rusty 4 years ago

      Interesting post - thanks for sharing. Before you decide on buying AdWords/Keywords/EtcWords, take a look at OpinionAmp. OpinionAmp gets reviews from my real customers and takes those reviews online to the culture and target audience we're trying to reach with our product. I've got nothing but positive things to say about the process - incredible results for my small business!


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