Web Market Florida | Affordable Web Design Solutions in Florida


Tuesday, October 11, 2011

How to make Mass number of blogs for various topics.

One of the things I get asked a lot is where to begin as an affiliate marketer.

It can all be so overwhelming. There are so many different ways to get traffic, build sites, and pick products to promote (these are the three components of any affiliate marketing effort). In addition, some of these traffic and site building options can be expensive and highly technical, requiring a lot of training and expertise.

My goal in this post is to highlight a way to get started as an affiliate that’s relatively easy, risk-free, zero cost, has a great chance to make your first money online, and doesn’t require any technical knowledge or experience.

We’re going to use ClickBank for our product, a BlogSpot blog for our website, and search engine optimization to get traffic. If you’re totally new to search engine optimization and want a very quick introduction, you may want to check out this video.

Step 1 – Find 10 products you’re interested in promoting

One of the best parts of being an affiliate for ClickBank is that it’s so easy to get started because there are thousands of unique products to promote. Once you have a ClickBank account, go to the Marketplace and browse it to find products that you have an interest in and/or that you or someone you know would buy.

Make a note of the products, including their Pitch Pages and the custom HopLinks you’ll use to promote them (you’ll get these by clicking the Promote button next to the Marketplace listing). It’s a good idea to save this information in a text file on your computer.

Step 2 – Find potential keywords using Google’s keyword tool

Go to Google’s external keyword tool.
For each product you picked in Step 1, enter the most generic keyword that applies to your product. For example, if you’re promoting a product on how to cure tinnitus, use the keyword “tinnitus” and click the Get Keyword Ideas button.

Go over to the Match Type drop down box and select Phrase Match.
Sort the list in descending order of global search volume by clicking on the column Title.
Make a list of any keyword that is between 10000 and 30000 global monthly searches, and that has something to do with your product.

At the end of this step, you’ll have 10 lists. Some of these lists may be empty, as it’s possible that there won’t be any keywords that meet our criteria. We’re being very careful about selecting only the ones that will work for us, so have patience and don’t get discouraged.

Step 3 – Evaluate the competition for SEO

Now we need to see if it would be possible for us to actually rank in Google for terms that would drive traffic to the product we’re going to market. For each keyword identified in Step 2, head over to Google and type the keyword in quotes. For example, if the keyword phrase was “cure tinnitus,” you’d type “cure tinnitus” into Google.

You’ll see the search results and the words “Results 1-10 of about xx,xxx” on the right hand side. If the xx,xxx number is less than 100,000, move on to the next step. Otherwise, discard this keyword.

Do another Google search by typing inurl:”keyword phrase”. For example, for our keyword above it would be inurl:”cure tinnitus”. Take a look at the number of results again. If that number is below 1,250, this keyword is a winner. Make a note of it.

Step 4 – Pick the keyword you want to start with and build a BlogSpot blog

We’ve picked a BlogSpot blog for 2 reasons: it’s easy to build a nice-looking site quickly, and blogs rank very well in Google.

In general, pick the keyword phrase that has the highest search volume, the lowest competition numbers from step 3, and seems to be the best fit for someone looking to actually buy your product. There are really no wrong answers here, just go with your instinct using these criteria as a guide.

Build your BlogSpot blog. Sign up and watch the tutorials on how to create content like posts. When setting up your blog, make sure that the blog title is your keyword phrase.

Make sure that the blog address (URL) also contains the keyword phrase you’ve picked in some way. So in our example, best-tinnitus-cure, my-tinnitus-cure, etc., all work just fine. Dashes are fine anywhere, so with a bit of creativity you should have no trouble coming up with a name that’s not been taken.

The goal of your blog is to inform and to sell. Provide valuable content from the Pitch Page of the product, as well as outside resources. Add your HopLink to the actual product using text and possibly images. You can often get images from an affiliate page for the product, which can be found in the product’s Vendor Spotlight in the ClickBank Marketplace.

Important: Never make up any information about the product! I encourage you to buy the product or have someone you know purchase the product, so you can give a truthful and accurate opinion of it.

The exact steps to build out the site are too extensive to go into here, but an example should do the trick. Check this page out. It will give you a great idea of what we’re after.

Step 5 – Do some link building

  • Link building is the key to search engine optimization, and the best way to quickly get included in search engine results for the keyword you’re targeting.
  • The process of getting a backlink is a bit different for each option listed below, but you can’t go wrong here. The idea is to do three things: get a link to your site, use your keyword phrase in the description or tag when you’re using a bookmarking site, use your keyword phrase as the “anchor text” (the text that’s clickable…that is the actual link to your site) whenever possible. Don’t worry about getting this perfect…any link is better than a perfect link, and you can do no harm!
  • Blog comment posting is a popular way of getting backlinks. Here’s a nice page that explains how to do it.
  • Social bookmarking can be a great way to build backlinks to your site. Here’s a huge list of them! Just set up an account with them and add your site.
Try to build at least 5-10 backlinks every single day! This will give you the quickest results.


The most important part of this process is the keyword research in steps 2 and 3.  If you have trouble finding the right keyword phrases for the 10 products you selected, go get 10 more and try again. Have patience. If you stick it out and find the right keywords, the rest will usually take care of itself.
After a while… it could be days, could be weeks, you should show up in the Google search results and people will click on your links to the ClickBank product and you’ll make your first money online! Best of luck in your affiliate marketing efforts.

    More Heads Up details about SEO 

    If you really want to be successful online, you have to learn how to create good keyword content that will maximize your SEO ranking with Google. So, before you can sell products that are in big demand with your successful home based business, there are a few things that you must know about keyword research, placement, highlighting, and keyword percentage within your content. This is a standard that all successful home based business entrepreneurs follow, and will laser target your niche with keyword rich content. This will get you ranked on the first page of Google and the other big search engines if used properly, and consistently over a period of just a few months. My keyword research always begins by using: Google AdWords Keyword Tool, which I highly recommend.

    To generate the kind of exposure you need to get ranked on the first page of Google, you will need a specific keyword that is laser targeted to your readers search for information. For this example, we will look at my article to demonstrate this process. You may have noticed I decided to write about Search Engine Optimization and how Keyword content is the most important component in this process. When Google sends out their spiders to look at your content, they will look for your keyword, how much it is used, where it is placed, and the ease at which it can be recognized. They also look at how many keyword phrases are being used, and whether or not it is relevant to your article content.

    In our example, you will notice "Keyword" is highlighted, and Italicized. After doing a quick search for "Keyword" using Google AdWords Keyword Tool, I found that there are 3,350,000 Global Monthly Searches, 1,000,000 Local Monthly Searches, and countless other combinations for the keyword I have chosen for my article. Next, you want to look down the list and select a keyword that is under 20,000 Global Monthly searches if you want a chance at ranking on the first page of the Google generic page rankings. For this example, I have chosen "keyword searches", which is showing 12,100 Global and 6,600 Local Monthly searches.

    Now, look at the left hand column where it says Match Types. You will notice that the default setting is checked for Broad. Delete the check mark in this box and check Exact. This now reveals that both numbers are under 1,000, and that when the same process is repeated for Phrase, which reveals both numbers are under 10,000, so far so good, we are right on target.

    Your next step will be to type our keyword phrase, "keyword searches" in the search bar of Google's Main Page. This reveals 217,000,000 results. Now type this in exactly: intitle:"keyword searches", which reveals 14,000 results. Now type this exactly: inurl:/"keyword searches", which gives us 9,560 results; a resounding success! All of our test results show that we are fewer than 20,000 results, which means we have a great chance of hitting the first page our first time out, and possibly getting that #1 spot!

    Within a few minutes, I easily determined that the keyword of my choice would give me a great amount of exposure, and knowing that if I used it properly within the context of my article, Google will look most favorable on it when their spiders report back. The payoff for doing my due diligence will be a high page ranking that will be potentially viewed by millions each month. This is like finding free gold, so do it once, and do it right!

    It is this very format that Google ranks highest for, because it can be easily recognized. Now, while we are on the topic of recognition, I want to warn you to only use one keyword phrase, and that it fall between 3-5% of your overall body context. Don't be tempted into using several keywords because Google does not like it and will rank you very low if you choose to try it! Make sure your keyword is used in the first and last paragraphs, once in the body, and in your Title; that's it, that's all you need!

    There are many people that would urge you to use your keyword in every paragraph, or several times like I have done here, and that's okay too. But, the technique I have described for you works, because I have ranked many times on the first page, and in the first slot within 24 hours of posting my content to my blog. All the search engines these days are moving away from the old SEO techniques toward a more natural flow in article content, and composition. So choose wisely, and follow this simple advice consistently each time you write, and watch your page rankings grow.

    To Your Success My Friend,

    No comments:

    Post a Comment