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Free Longtail Niche Finding Tools

Discussion in 'General Affiliate Marketing Forum' started by Linda Buquet, Apr 10, 2007.

  1. Linda Buquet

    Linda Buquet <span style="color: #daa520;font-weight: bold;">Me

    Easter Sunday I teased you with the fact that I had some <a target="_new" href="http://affiliate-blogs.5staraffiliateprograms.com/2007/04/08/amazing-free-niche-finding-tools/">Amazing FREE Niche Finding Tools</a> you probably don't know about and would release one a day throughout the week. Yesterday I shared the 1st one with you - <a target="_new" href="http://affiliate-blogs.5staraffiliateprograms.com/2007/04/09/buzz-niche-research-tool/">Wheres the Buzz? Web 2.0 Niche Research Tool</a>.

    <strong>Discover <a target="_new" href="http://www.longtailadwords.com/">Long Tail Keywords</a>!</strong> This FREE tool is quite different as you don't enter keywords to start the process, you enter a web site. It's designed to help you find the long tail keywords on your own site. <strong>However it's also very interesting to use for niche research, but you need to think outside the box a little! Plus I'll save you some time by warning you about how NOT to use this tool.</strong>
    <blockquote>The site states: "Quickly see the Long Tail Adwords and Keywords you could be missing out on. We use those keywords, their synonyms and keywords from similar competitors in your market to generate thousands of 2-word, 3-word, 4-word and 5-word keywords."</blockquote>
    This tool does not work by inputting a keyword, you enter a URL. HOWEVER it's pulling from an internal database that I believe uses keyphrases from Adwords campaigns. If you enter a huge well known site like Edmunds if you are researching the word car - you'll get an error saying there are too many keywords to calculate. ON THE OTHER HAND if you enter a site that it can't find keywords for Adwords keywords for, you'll hit a big round 0 goose egg.

    So let me give you an example. Lets say we want to find a deeper niche related to the saturated and competitive topic of arthritis. I Googled arthritis and just randomly went to page 4 to eliminate the big sites that may come back with too many KWs to show. Hit a couple sites that gave me goose eggs, then found one to use for this example. <a target="_new" href="http://www.longtailadwords.com/"> Type Freederm, Freederm Cream, arthritis treatment, arthritis treatment Cream in the long tail search box</a>, just for an example. See the fairly long list of long tail keywords it spits out at you? From there you may be able to generate ideas for a sub-niche or related niche for arthritis. Then after you think you've found a good niche, use Wordtracker or Google KW tools to do traditional KW research.

    Additionally you can buy a complete list of 18,816 keywords for $19.95! If you are using this for long tail research on an existing site, it may be worth the money. However for your own site, I'd also recommend checking out the free or paid versions of <a target="_new" href="http://www.hittail.com/">HitTail</a>. The paid version is only $4.95 a month.

    <em>Stay tuned to the 5 Star channel for more Niche-O-licious treats! Today's long tail keyword research tool, <strong>combined with the one I'll be sharing with you tomorrow</strong> could be a pretty powerful combo to add to your niche finding toolbox.</em>

    Be sure to share your feedback or other nichey ideas in the <a target="_new" href="http://affiliate-marketing-forums.5staraffiliateprograms.com/niche-marketing/">NEW 5 Star Niche Marketing Forum</a> to give me the motivation to keep finding and sharing stuff like this for FREE.
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