John Alexander, who, by the way, is giving away his ebook, Wordtracker Magic, which I paid good money for a couple years back, gave some great tips for finding keywords using Wordtracker.
When you attempt to research a specific phrase that is lodged in the front of your mind, you are limiting the results you will see to those that using that exact two word combination together. In the meantime, there could be hundreds of searches being done that you will never ever see or find, because you are logically guessing at a specific phrase that you ***think*** may be important.
He begins by using a single keyword rather than a keyword phrase which allows Wordtracker to show him how that keyword is being used in keyword phrases.
Many people take the approach of checking all of the keywords that make the most logical sense, rather than using a root word that is not illogical or not the most obvious.
As with WordTracker you can also try the KeywordDiscovery – Keyword Research Tool which has a much larger keyword database. Great for tail end and niche keyword research.
How about using KeywordSpy? – This will give you an opportunity to immediately track down your competitors and gather keywords for the promotional campaign of your online business. It offers Free trials.
KeywordSpy is keyword research technology where you can also earn and even surpass what your competitors are making with Google Adwords and Overture. KeywordSpy gives you the key to their success: a good ad-campaign with the right keywords.
It also has a ClickBank Affiliates Search Engine where you can see the actual market landscape at ClickBank.
Graham English says
Did you both notice that this post was about using Wordtracker and not about spamming my blog with whatever product you happen to be pimping? Stick to the subject. My blog is not the place for you to get free advertising. You’ve been warned.