How much of your time have you wasted on doing keyword research?
Quite a substantial amount i?ll bet!
Truth be told, if you?re going to spend time doing keyword research and want to do it properly, it shouldn?t take long, but if done wrong, it can be very time consuming. . . or expensive!
Which leads me to my next question. . .
How much money have you thrown in the trash on PPC campaigns that failed to deliver an ROI?
In most cases for many marketers, the numbers can get prettystaggering!
Thousands upon thousands of dollars wasted simply because they were ?just wingin it? and had absolutely no idea what they were doing.
Most marketers make the mistake of selecting many keywords without having what I like to call ?Buyer Intention.?
In other words, they see keywords getting thousands of monthly visits, load them into a PPC campaign, and just expect to see the money roll in.
Doing this will only roll in one thing. . .
A BIG FAT ZERO in your affiliate
So, after all your time and money has been wasted by following what the so called ?gurus? may have told you to do, can you honestly say to yourself that it was all worth it in the end?
Aren?t you tired of being lied to about which keywords to go after?
Trust me, I was exactly where you are, and it?s not a good place to be.
Keyword research can, most of the time, be a guessing game, but if you know how to research properly, then you don?t have to worry about losing.
Sure, you can just start researching hundreds of keywords, go ahead and knock yourself out, if that?s what you?d like to do.
You may see some progress, but after a while, you will get burnt out.
But what if there was a way that you can pinpoint the exact keywords that will take you to hundreds of buyers?
If you could have your own ?Buyer Keyword Cheat Sheet?, would you be all in?
Hi, Idrees here, and just like you, I?ve wasted a lot of my time and money on keyword research and investing into PPC campaigns that brought back little to no results.
I probably would have been better off striking a match and putting it toevery single dollar I had.