My Secret Sauce of Profitable Keywords

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I’m going to share with you my “secret sauce” in today’s post that has helped me become the number one seller with my network marketing company worldwide, both in terms of new customer sign ups, and overall sales!

For this to work you need a blog with some content on it already, hopefully you have followed this advice I gave previously and researched some of the keywords that your potential customers will be searching for. This will start attracting people to your content, both for those exact keywords, and other related keywords too.

So the next step is to sign up for both Google Analytics and Google Webmaster Tools, which is a pretty simple process. This will give you access to the exact keywords that people are searching for that trigger your site to appear in the Google search results.

Follow this advice for details of how to set up both:

I will go into what you can gleam from Google Analytics in a future blog post, but let’s focus on what you can get right now from Google Webmaster Tools once your site is verified. By the way Google now call this the “Google Search Console” – but it is the same thing, with the same functionality, and I’m old school!

Log in to the Google Webmasters page, then click on “Search Analytics”.  When that report loads, click on the Impressions check box at the top, and when you scroll down the page slightly, click Impressions to sort the table by number of impressions from highest to lowest.

You will see something like this:

search analytics

Now the trick is to scroll down the list and see what keywords your site is showing up for. You might not be getting any click throughs for those keywords yet, but this gives you an idea of the keywords that Google believe your site is relevant for at the moment.

See if you can combine a couple of different keywords into a title for a new blog post, or a subject for a YouTube video. I’ve created most of my top ranking content this exact way!

For example, my site is appearing for “make money”, and “mlm leads”. So I can combine those into a title like “Generate MLM Leads on Auto-Pilot and Make Money while you sleep!”, you get the idea?

You can also do this with product and company keywords just as easily.

By going with Google instead of trying to game them you will get far greater results!

I hope you find this tip useful, let me know what you think in the comment below.

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