The best ways to use a buyer keyword list to drive traffic to your site.
Seo – If you want to get free traffic that is looking to spend money to your blog then seo is the way to go. Just plug your buyer keywords in your title blog posts or You Tube videos and sprinkle them in the body of your posts, or You Tube description and they will generate higher converting traffic if your site gets ranked in the search engines.
Payperclick Traffic – If you do not want to do seo and you would rather pay for your traffic then use your buyer keywords in your pay per click ads to qualify your traffic. People who click on the ads that have your buyer keywords are more likely to buy the product you are promoting.
How to create a list of unlimited buyer keywords in 4 easy steps.
In the next few minutes I am going to give you a list of keywords that people use when they are looking to purchase something online. I am also going to as how you how to take this list and expand it so that you can create an even bigger list of buyer keywords.
In short…I am going to show you how to create your own buyer keyword generator! I am then going to show you how to take select the right buyer keywords to target in your promotions.
Steps 1 – Copy the list of buyer keywords I create that are listed below.
Step 2 – Go to: Ubersuggest Keyword Scraper – This is a free keyword tool that takes 1 keyword and multiplies it by suggesting more versions of the same keyword. You will see what I mean when you use the tool.
Step 3 – Add each keyword, one at a time, from the list I provided you in step 1 in the Ubersuggest Keyword Scraper. Once you enter a selected keyword in the tool you will build a even bigger list from that 1 keyword. Be sure to copy each new keyword that the tool generates before moving on to the next one.
Step 4 – Now it’s time to find the buyer keywords that get the most traffic from google searches. To do this…You need to take the list of keywords that you multiplied using the Ubersuggest Keyword Tool and enter them in the Google Keyword Tool. You can decide for yourself which keywords are worth pursuing by looking at how many searches per month that it gets.
Note: Buyer keywords convert 10 times better than regular keywords so it’s ok if there are not many searches for them. So if your standard for selecting a keyword to focus on is 1000 searches a month, then a buyer keyword with 100 searches a month will get you about the same amount of sales.
That’s it! In 4 easy steps you have your very own buyer keyword list generator!
So what do I do next with these profitable buyer keywords?
Now you know what buyer keywords are and have a juicy list of the most profitable ones to use you have to put them to good use.
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Please put these keywords to good use.
Hopefully this has given you some good buyer keyword ideas that you can use on your sites.
Most of these are not actively targeted by 90% of internet marketers because they focus on the obvious buyer intent search terms like “buy”, “review” and “cheap”.
Go hunting and you’ll find some golden nugget keywords you can dominate.
What You’ll Learn:
220 keywords that people use when they are close to making a buying decision – use these in your content to increase conversions and make more sales.
The keyword phrases you should use on your site to convert visitors into buyers.
How to avoid using vague keywords with no buyer intent that people use when just browsing for information.
Buyer Keywords List: 220 Red Hot Keywords with Buyer Intent
Filed in SEO, Ultimate Guides & Resources by Niche Hacks on January 3, 2014
Looking for a list of profitable buyer keywords you can use for your SEO, affiliate campaigns, and in your websites content?
You’ve come to the right place…
I have compiled 220 of the most profitable buyer keywords that exist.
And here’s why….
When carrying out niche research it’s also important to do keyword research (note: find out how to find the best keywords for your niche by clicking here) in order to see what your target audience are searching for online.
It’s not enough just to target broad keywords with vague relevance to what you are offering you need to look to target specific keywords that will actually convert into sales.
One of the best ways to do this is to target “buyer keywords” or keywords that show buyer intent, i.e. that someone is in the phase of being ready to buy and aren’t just browsing or vaguely interested.
The most obvious ones are search phrases that include “buy”, “review”, “discount”, “cheap” and so on but actually there are hundreds more search terms that show buyer intent that most people just never think of.
Below I share a buyer keyword list of 220 red hot keywords with buyers intent.
Be sure to read this post right to the end as not only will you find out some ‘secret’ buyer keywords hardly anyone else is sharing
But you’ll get some ideas on what EXACTLY you can do to profit from them.
So grab a notepad and a pen and start taking notes as you go through this…
So using the above given templates you can easily develop buyer keyword ideas around your own product/niche and expand them further using tools.
However, the above is not a universal list of buyer keyword patterns. Each niche also has its own set of keywords that indicate buyer intent. Finding those would require a little analysis to understand what you audience is looking for.
Now lets see how we can use some of the popular keyword tools to find buyer keywords quickly.
Using Google keyword planner
Google keyword planner has a feature to specify keywords to include and negative keywords.
Both these fields specify the keywords to include and exclude respectively.
How to find profitable “buyer keywords” to get more leads and sales
What are Buyer keywords
Buyer keywords are those specific keywords that indicate a certain level of “purchasing” intent. So here is an example
Cheap hosting for a blog
Those 2 keywords indicates that the person searching, is actually interested in buying something.
Why do you need buyer keywords?
If you are selling something as an affiliate or your own product, you need sales. To get sales you need the right kind of traffic that will buy.
Lets say you have an amazon affiliate site that sells “buyer keywords”. So you would write posts to generate some traffic around “buyer keywords”. Now what kind of keywords you target in the posts would determine what kind of traffic will land on the site.
Consider the following 2 keyword phrases –
- What is a buyer keyword – The user is interested in knowing what a buyer keyword is and what he can do with it. No doubt its a good topic/keyword to write a blog post but it does not have a strong indication whether the user is interested in buying a buyer keyword using your affiliate link.
- Best buyer key word under $500 – The user is probably looking to buy a buyer keyword that costs less than $500. So if you have a blog post listing 10 such products then the chances of making a sale is higher.
Buyer keyword patterns
Getting buyer keywords in any niche is not that difficult. Buyer keywords are found to have a certain pattern. To get buyer keywords you need to generate keyword ideas around these patterns.
Tool to find buyer keywords List
Have you ever wondered, why some of your keywords have higher search results in Keyword tools but wondered , why you did not get many click through on your highly influential products?
It may be because you are using keywords that don’t target buyers.
There are several factors you need to keep in mind when you are looking for buyer keywords List. Buyer keyword tool is one place such place where, you can look for keywords that you need. You can search for keywords that match a particular feeling or mentality state your buyer is in.
How to use buyer keyword tool to find Buyer Keywords List
Buyer Keyword Tool doesn’t tell you exactly what you are, looking for, or will attract buyers but simply tell you how many searches it had recorded on a particular keyword.
Here are few tips, learned through my experience over the years, to help you keep on track for your buyer keywords searches
#1 : Use words like buy, purchase, and get
My Process: Utilize Buying Keywords.
What are “buying” keywords?
These are keywords where the visitor will have a purchasing intent.
I don’t care about the 1,000 random visitors that stroll through my site seeking information, I only care about the 15 that come through, credit card in hand, ready to make my bank account grow larger. At the end of the day, those are the only visitors that really matter.
Ok, that makes sense, so what do I do?
Worry not my young Padawan, it’s simple
Step 1: Utilize Buying Keywords.
You should use keywords with commercial intent. This includes phrases such as “buy”, “purchase”, “order”, etc. These kw’s are especially good in retail settings where you are selling something such as ipad cases or leather jackets.
“Buy leather jackets online” is a great example.
Step 2: Utilize keywords further down the “buying cycle”.
You need to have a high purchase intent. Again with the depression example, phrases that include “treatment” or “how to” are already further down the cycle. They are not just learning about a subject, they are out searching for a product or method to satisfy their need.
The keywords change on a niche by niche basis however.
In the health niche it’s KW’s such as “treatment”, “improve” and “relieve”, in a finance niche it would be words such as “quote” and “sign up”. Let’s see what Jason would have came up with if he had done it this way.
Buyer keyword tool will give you a large list of keywords if you use just one of these but you can combine it with your product to find a list of longer keywords, you can write your content on. Buyer keyword tool may not give you all the keywords for purchase if you simply look under buy so be sure to check each word by itself.
Tip#2 : Avoid using the word free
Free is not what our products are. Buyer keyword tool will give you a lot of great keywords with free in it and many of these have a low number of exact search matches. The reason for this is any percentage of free is still $0 in our pockets. If you are giving away a basic version of the software and have a huge incentive for them to purchase the upgrade then this could be a viable keyword strategy.