Is there an easy way to learn how to choose and use keywords that make money?
I just finished reading the Keyword Crash Course ebook by Courtney Tuttle and now my head is floating and I feel like throwing up. While I was reading it, I felt like a kindergartener trying to learn elementary Mathematics.
In a beginners terms, maybe not easy but it doesn't have to be hard either. You can determine the value of a good keyword by using the Google Keyword Tool to determine the level of competition for that word and how often it gets searched monthly. You are basically looking for high search levels with low competition. Passive Income has a high search but also a high competition which means it will be harder to compete with other similar sites.
Something such as "Acupressure" gets searched for 8,100 times and has low competition which means it shouldn't be as hard to rank high in the search engines.
Hopefully that helps somewhat.
I agree with TechTrendy, Google Keyword tool is the only free tool available worth using it.Or else one can also go for a paid tool like Market Samurai.
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