A fairly vital flaw in my plan to make money online is that I hate doing keyword research. I downloaded Market Samurai this week and it has made the chore mildly more entertaining.
I feel like I am panning for gold - siftting through loads of rubbish to find that one gleaming nugget.
So how do you cope - do you bite the bullet and do it for hours at a stretch? Or do you pace yourself and do a little bit at a time?
I proceed to https://adwords.google.com/select/KeywordToolExternal and then call it a day. It’s all I know. Other tips would be much appreciated.
I spent nearly all last week doing keyword research and it can get a bit tiresome. The analogy of panning for gold is a good one - it's finding the odd nugget that can potentially earn me lots of money that keeps me at it!
I tend to do stuff in batches - this seems to be more efficient and less stressful. Once I get tired of a particular task, I move on to the next
The other tasks I have loned up to distract me are: backlinking, washing up, and laundry - really hard to choose which bit if excitement to get on with next Gonna go get some sunshine while doing the school run instead.
Got an entire child (& distraction) free day tomorrw - I fully intend to find at least one golden nugget and I am not stopping until I do.
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