Getting Thousands of Actual Keywords

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Ask just about any Internet marketer and he’ll tell you about the value of his keywords. For affiliate markters looking to maximize conversions while minimizing expenses, keywords represent their livelihood. They could be the difference between thousands of dollars every month and barely enough cash to handle the hosting.

Finding the right keywords can be quite the challenging experience, especially when you start running out of suitable ideas for your chosen niche. Need some help? ActualKeywords is a keywords suggestions tool and it serves as the subject of today’s review. This tool could be a very powerful addition to your Internet marketing arsenal.

Getting Keywords Suggested to Marketers

The service offered by ActualKeywords is to help marketers with keyword research. The service helps to provide suggestions as to which keywords and keyword phrases you want to try, but it does not provide information about how effective these keywords may be. You’ll still have to do that yourself.

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To get started, you can try the free keyword suggestion tool. This produces a list of 100 keywords related to your target term. “Make money online” yielded the list shown above, which includes information for number of Google results and the relative popularity of the keyword.

Subscriptions and Projects

A hundred keywords (and keyword phrases) may sound like a lot, but when you’re competing against so many other Internet marketers, you need to find every edge that you can get. Going further, you can order a subscription, receiving keyword packets several times per day. These come at a price, of course.

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Instead of receiving period packages, you can opt for online projects instead. With these projects, which range considerably in price, you get a much larger batch of keywords all at once. The “Auto Brands” project ($99) contains 2.4 million keywords, for example.

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Of course, there are cheaper projects as well. The “Billiards” project, shown above, is just ten bucks and it contains nearly 7,000 keywords.

What Exactly is a Full Base?

I understand that the service offered by ActualKeywords is very text-based, but the website is decidedly plain in its appearance. That would’t be too much of an issue if all the information was there. However, I found that there is a lack of supporting documentation. You’re left to assume certain things.

For example, the page for full keywords bases doesn’t explain what that entails.

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Based on the numbers provided, we may assume that these are the full databases of all the keywords. Assuming that the information is suitably organized and searchable, I can see the kind of value that you’d be able to derive from such a list. Naturally, you’ll need to add your own Internet marketing savvy to generate any real monetary success.

Actual Keywords for Actual Success?

Keywords represent the livelihood of all Internet marketers. If they’re looking to send traffic to their websites, they want to find keywords that offer the best value proposition. You want to get as much traffic to your site for as little money as possible. In this way, the most commonly used keywords also create the most competition, pushing the bid price into less attainable levels. You need to be more creative.

And that’s where a service like ActualKeywords would come into play. By generating hundreds and thousands of keywords for any given niche, you are able to unearth keyword phrases that may not be considered by (too many) other marketers. This is just one part of the equation, but it’s an important part.

The data provided by ActualKeywords is quite barebones and some marketers may find themselves yearning for more information. The same can be said about the on-site documentation and help, but more experienced users will likely find what they need.

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39 thoughts on “Getting Thousands of Actual Keywords”

  1. understanding “keywords” has always been important for my online stores. now, I understand how this applies to blogging. Especially if you want to make money from your blog, you need that traffic that can only come from keywords.

    I need to put more time and energy to my keywords. 🙂

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    1. Ryan McLean says:

      Understanding keywords is important
      You need to choose buying keywords if you are selling something.
      That is what will make it most effective

      Great review of what looks like an awesome service

      1. I think keyword is used to SEO, so we want to appear in google list for that keyword. The keyword must be buying keyword.

  2. Nishadha says:

    Doesn’t Google Keyword tool provide a similar service for free ?

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    1. dimok says:

      Google Keyword tool show results similar to our free keywords tool that also give you information on concurency in Google for every keywords.

      Also you should always keep in mind that Google Keywords do not show keywords with brand names and adult related keywords – so if you need them, you should go to Actualkeywords.com or so.

      1. Lee Ka Hoong says:

        Oic, now I know the different. So for those who want to create an adult site, they should do research on Actualkeywords. Anything else that we can’t get in Google Keyword Tool but can get in Actualkeywords?

        Regards,
        Lee

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  3. For those kinda prices I’d much prefer to use Micro Niche Finder, which is just a one off payment!

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  4. Wow! What a powerful tool! I will use this in my real estate business and to put tags on my blog posts!

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  5. Philip Nowak says:

    Keywords are critical for anyone that has a product, service or “make money online” website.

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  6. Hey John
    second line you will get that keyword also 🙂
    For affiliate markters looking to maximize
    Hope all is well

  7. Hey John
    second line you will get that keyword also 🙂
    For affiliate markters looking to maximize
    Hope all is well
    Stumbled

  8. Mayooresan says:

    Finding and keeping updating on Keywords will drive you more traffic and money!! No doubt on it…

    this is one hek o a post…! Thankz a lot Jhon 🙂

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  9. Tinh says:

    I think understanding the targeted keywords is very important and how to get it on the top

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  10. Paulubiadas says:

    You can also get this result on Google adword tool.

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    1. Yep, so I dont know exactly what´s the difference.

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      1. dimok says:

        At least we show the competition in Google for every keyword. And as I mentioned above Google Tool have some restrictions.

  11. Sounds like a great tool, but I prefer free ones like google adwords

  12. David says:

    Great tips but I think that understanding the keyword is the key

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  13. This is really useful tool in order to understand density of keywords & decide Niche of website in case if any one is building website right from base.

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  14. Melody says:

    Keywords are of course important to know, but as David mentioned above–it’s more important to understand why certain keywords for your particular marketing plan will work as opposed to others–ultimately saving you time, a headaches, and possibly money..

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  15. Dean Saliba says:

    Although it is a great source I pride myself on promoting my blogs completely free. 😛

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  16. google adwords has this also and will just spit them out into a excel or .txt file for later use also.

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  17. Lee Ka Hoong says:

    John, can I know what is the different between ActualKeyword with the Adwords Keyword Tool? I think Adwords Keyword Tool is good enough to produce suggestion keyword, number of searches, and estimate CPC rate, am I right?

    Regards,
    Lee

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    1. And you can also check what keywords Google suggest that your site it is about. They cannot ban you with their own suggestions or they can? ooops, I wonder if we can trust enough on Google.

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      1. you can get banned for having keyword?

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  18. Technolik says:

    Well…traffic is generated using keywords so they are very important to your blog or website and this website has tools to help you understand how to use them…is pretty cool actually I this is the best I know.

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  19. Looks a good tool to get keywords for a niche site. But also the free tool from SEObook like wordtracker and the like can do a similar job.

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  20. Jake says:

    Most do not realize the importance of keyword research.. I’m with some that have already mentioned the free google tool. I think I would spend my $$ on wordtracker or MNF.

    Good to know there’s another alternative though!

  21. Brad says:

    people are putting too much focus on keywords. You really should be focusing on turning more of you current traffic into buyers.

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  22. I believe that this can be done for free with Google Adwords…am I missing something?

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    1. soda says:

      yes but here u get huge amounts, so it worth

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  23. I was going to mention Google Adwords. I thought they had a free tool that does the exact same thing?

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  24. blinkky says:

    It seems that people like to search for making money online….I’m one of those =)

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  25. Since I started my affiliate blog a couple of months ago my fingers have been itching to make a real niche site that relies only on keywords and the SE traffic for them. So Ive been taking note of the various keyword tools out there but this one wasnt on my list yet. Maybe I’ll give it a try, so thanks for posting!

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  26. I am always confused with what they actually mean by high bidding keywords and do we mainly choose the ones that people search more on or search less on. I still have so much to learn about SEO it’s a joke but I am sure if I read up here often I will learn a lot. Thanks for this post John. I will try to experiment with a set of keywords and see how it goes.

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  27. Michael Zhao says:

    I still have a lot to learn.

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  28. Caden Grant says:

    Looks like a great tool but I’d rather use Google.

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  29. Jack Clarke says:

    Really like the simplicity of the tool. Some keyword tools are very confusing. Thanks for the link.

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