So, you’ve decided that you want to make money online. Maybe your goal is to produce a series of smaller websites that target high-paying keywords, but you’re not really sure where to start. You’re not really sure what keywords you should be targeting to make the best use of your time.
If that’s the case, then today’s review is right up your alley. We’re taking a look at a new service called Keyword Kick. Working as a keyword packet service, members are provided with a well-researched list of keywords that can prove to be remarkably lucrative.
Taking the Guesswork Out of Keyword Research
Maybe you already know a thing or two about researching the best keywords to target, but the task is far too time consuming. Maybe you don’t know where to start and you’d rather someone do the grunt work for you. Whatever the case, Keyword Kick wants to give you a hand.
When you subscribe to this service, you gain access to several high-paying keywords. A new packet of 250+ keywords is released each and every week, so there is always a new opportunity to make more money. These keywords are carefully selected from a list of more than 2,500 premium keywords.
Perhaps even more interesting is the fact that these lists are not a part of some random algorithm spitting out random results. Keyword Kick has a three person team doing this manually.
Logging Into the Member Portal
After you sign up for an account, you can then visit the main portal home for Keyword Kick.
Through this portal, you’ll be able to update your own account details, submit a support ticket, check the server status, read the latest news and announcements, and sift through the knowledge base. The added bonus is that new e-books and other useful information should be added to this repository over time.
By far the most important section of the portal, of course, is the the library of downloads. This is where you get to see the keywords that you paid for.
An Example List of Keywords
Rather than restrict you a specific web-based interface, Keyword Kick provides the list of 25o+ keywords in the form of an Excel spreadsheet. If you don’t have Microsoft Office, you can easily open this file in something like OpenOffice or Google Docs.
Here is a snippet from the first batch of keywords released by Keyword Kick. By default, the spreadsheet sorts the list in alphabetical order, but I used the “sort” function in Excel to re-order the items based on CPC. You can also see the data for monthly searches, as well as the relative difficulty to rank for that keyword.
As you can quite plainly see, the most lucrative keyword in the list pays over $30 per click. That’s a lot of money! The smallest CPC was $0.10, so you’ll likely want to focus on the keywords that pay more than that.
Perhaps even more important than the list of keywords is the competition report generated for each keyword phrase. When you download a keyword packet, you also get all 250+ reports too. In this report, you can see the current top ten sites that rank for the keyword phrase, the domain age, PageRank, backlink count, .edu backlink count, and other pertinent info.
There is also a “secret” promotion that is not being actively advertised to the public. Once a month, you will also receive one exact match domain suggestion. This is unique to each member, giving you a potential head start on the SEO side of things.
How Much Does It Cost?
Keyword Kick is available exclusively as a monthly subscription, ringing in at $27.95 per month. If you consider the amount of time that it would take you to do the same kind of research, that sounds like a pretty good deal. They’ve also promised to limit the number of members to avoid saturation and having 250+ keyword phrases each week helps in that cause too. If you get just one click on that $30 CPC keyword each month, you’ve already made your money back.