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How To Use A FREE PPC Spy Tool To Legally Hijack Keywords And Make Money Out Of It

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Jan 2009


My Secret Keyword Research Tool

Posted by Noel
Categories: SEO

Most keyword tools are nearly obsolete.  As you may know, there were a bunch of keyword tools that became toast when Yahoo’s Overture Inventory finally died and no longer responded.

Most tools either changed to another source or simply just died a slow death. One keyword service that continued to thrive and had over 3 sources going for it was NicheBOT.

That’s the difference between a keyword service and a keyword tool.

A keyword service that stays on top of all the latest developments and usually has contracts with all the major keyword providers.

If you could look into a keyword and be able to see some history and month-by-month activity, you would be able to better judge whether or not the keyword is worthy to go after versus others, right?

Only makes sense.

And what if you could click one button and be able to pop up a chart that lets you compare a bunch of keywords and shows you which one is on the upward cycle of demand and which is on the downward cycle.

Wouldn’t that be kick butt?

Well — it’s totally possible all within one interface.

If you are really, truly interested in picking winning keywords on a consistent basis, do yourself a favor and check the link below…
Just to give an idea on the power in my hands.      Let me show you how I do my keyword research.

Most of the time, you to a free online keyword tool and key in a keyword.  Let’s say Kate Moss.  You get to the free wordtracker service and you get something like this.

2,515 searches (top 100 only)
Searches Keyword
2,515 total searches
1593 kate moss
233 how much does kate moss weigh
115 kate moss gallery
82 kate moss naked
41 kate moss statue
38 kate moss pregnant
30 kate moss hot
21 kate moss peter sex tape
19 kate moss weight
18 kate moss gold
17 kate moss is haggard
16 kate moss gold statue
13 kate moss pics
11 kate moss dancing
10 kate moss photos
9 how tall is kate moss
8 fashion file kate moss
8 kate moss agent provocateur
8 kate moss calvin klein posters
8 kate moss fan sites

The problem with this is that you don’t have an idea exactly how competitive these keywords are.  But with my secret keyword service that I’m using called Nichebot X,  I get something like this.

With this, I can easily spot that the keyword “how much does kate moss weigh” doesn’t have that many competition.  The value in the competition column is set to the number of sites that used the exact keyword phrase on its title tag (which is a better measure of the competition sites).

So this tells me that if I create a good content for that keyword.  Build up a few incoming links to it,  I could most probably land on the 1st page of google and yahoo for that keyword.

Isn’t that simply AMAZING!?!

Here’s another great reason why I chose Nichebot.    It actually tells me which keywords have practically zero competition.   I’m not referring to zero search engine results for that keyword but zero results for the search for websites that used the exact keyword phrase on its title.

Sort of like this query.

But I don’t have to do such query for each and every keyword.  It is all given to me by this keyword service.

It labeled such keywords as “Jackpot”.

And this is just one of the many features!  You can’t imagine how valuable this tool is.   This is truly a money making tool and is one  the secret tools I use to create adsense sites,  and affiliate sites.

Now that’s why I like Nichebot X.     Don’t take my word for it –  Try it out and see for yourself.

Popularity: 8% [?]

Jan 2009


2008 Top Yahoo Searches

Posted by Noel
Categories: SEO

At the beginning of every year, you always see articles and blog posts about “Top xxxx for 2008”.   Top music, top mtv, top destinations, top this and top that.

In the world of Search Engine Optimization and Search Engine Marketing, we all wait for the “2008 Top Searches”.    These are the sort of keywords that you might want to check out and see if you can rank in either of these.  If you can, then you’ll probably get a whole bucket load of traffic.

In the UK the top overall searches are

1.      Britney Spears
2.     Big Brother
3.     X Factor
4.      Oasis
5.      High School Musical 3
6.     US Election
7.     Amy Winehouse
8.     Heath Ledger
9.     Kate Moss
10.     Eastenders

I got this from yahoo.  The nice thing about yahoo’s top 2008 searches is that it is categorized.  You can actually see the top searches for  Celebrities, News, Music,  Tv programs..etc.   Check it out at

For yahoo philippines

•     American Idol
•     Boracay
•     Charice Pempengco
•     Friendster
•     High School Musical 3
•     Jobs
•     Mall of Asia
•     Marian Rivera
•     MV Princess of the Stars
•     Olympics 2008

For people who are into adsense,  the best tip is to check out variations of these keywords and try to see if it is worth ranking.

For example,  “american idol”.  You might want to check  “american idol 2009” or “american idol 2009 schedule” “american idol 2009 audition”  and similar keywords.

Just think about what other people might search for this 2009 and get ahead.  Create content for those keywords and start building links to have an early lead in the SERPS.

Popularity: 8% [?]

Dec 2008


Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!   I’ve been busy over the  last couple of days apart from the 4 day DSL downtime I got a few days ago.

Anyway,  Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all of you.

I’ll be posting more often this coming 2009 so watch out for more content and exciting stuff on how you can earn thru blogging and other income sources online.

Popularity: 6% [?]

Dec 2008


If you’ve heard the term “house flipping” before, then you probably know by default what “flipping websites mean”.   In the real eastate world,  flipping houses means you buy a undervalued (below marketprice) house, and then sell it at marketprice,  or buy a fixupper then hire a contractor to fix the house and then sell the house for a profit.

The same goes for a website.  A website doesn’t have any real value unless you have visitors on it.  A typical lifecycle of a website being flipped is like this.

1. buy domain

2. setup website

3. upload/fix the template

4. create content

5. add monetization

6. generate traffic

7. measure traffic and income

8.  sell the website.

The nice thing about flipping websites is it costs a whole lot less than flipping houses.   However, if you do a lot of sites at the same time, then you might be on your way for a good website flipping income.

Popularity: 9% [?]

Dec 2008


WordPress 2.7 Is Now Available!

Posted by Noel
Categories: General

WordPress 2.7 is now available.   I’m so excited to implement wordpress 2.7 on some of my blogs.  I think this is one of the best wordpress release ever.

Some of the best features I like about it is

– You can browse/download/install plugins directly from your wordpress installation.

– The one click upgrade.  No more downloading zip or tar.gz files and uploading to my webserver

– Of course, the beautiful dashboard

Those 3 items alone is already a good reason to upgrade.   I can’t wait to get the WordPress Mu version of WP2.7

Popularity: 9% [?]

Dec 2008


Article sites are still, stickiness wise, one of the single best ways to drive traffic and build a name as a expert, all at the same time.  So how does this tie to your blog?

Well, for a start, if you’re blogging on the same topic as you’re writing content on, you should have a fairly good niche to promote into – and can use any of your longer, more coherent posts as article content.  But if you want it to work really well, there are a couple of steps you MUST follow.

1)    Make sure your article is coherent.  Blog posts, by their nature are supposed to be less informal than the standard ‘article’ – like you’re having an intimate conversation with a group of friends, instead of a more impersonal discussion with your readers, but at the same time,  the best blog posts make TERRIBLE articles.  So a blog post that is also going to be used on article submission sites should be both interesting, and slightly more ‘formal’ than standard blog posts.
2)    Post it on your blog, and add your resource box at the end – you can make it clear that its a free reprint if you want, or you can simply post it in a category for your reprints.  That way, you can offer a feed of your reprints too, and include the link in your resource box.  Also include the permalink to the post itself in your post – which means you will need to edit the post after posting the first time.
3)    Wait a month – in that month, submit the article to any bookmarking sites, and ensure that you maximize its impact by encouraging your readers to ‘vote’ for it too.
4)    Ensure your post is in the search engines by searching for the first line of your article.  If its not in the search engines, work on getting it there – read up on site maps and other products designed to get you in the search engines.
5)    Submit your content to a maximum of 10 reprint sites.  Make sure your resource box doesn’t break any of their rules, and make sure that you leave comments OPEN on these posts (if you close them ordinarily.
Following these five steps won’t guarantee your success in using article marketing, but they will eliminate most of the serious beginner mistakes people make when submitting to article reprint sites.

Popularity: 9% [?]

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