How to Search for a Keyword


If you blog, work in affiliate marketing, write articles or have just about anything to do with a website on the internet that you want to bring traffic to, then you need keywords.  I want to show you how to search for a keyword.


You’ve got a great blog written and you want everyone in the world to see it.  You want them climbing all over each other to get to your website and read your blog.  These visitors to your website, whether it be few or many is your traffic.  They are the heartbeat of your website.  It’s what your website thrives on.  The more the better.  But, how do you get this traffic?  How in the world will these people even know you exist?  Well, there has to be something that draws them there.  So, steps in the keyword.

The Keyword

The keyword doesn’t even have to be just one word.  It can be a keyword phrase.  The keyword or keyword phrase is the word or phrase the general public will type in on Google search, Bing search, YaHoo search, etc, when they’re looking for something on the internet.  So, if you’re keyword happens to be what they’re typing in, then your website will show up on one of the search results pages.  Depending on how high your website is ranked by Google or one of the other search engines, it could show up anywhere from the first to the last page of the searches.  (I’ll talk about how to get your website ranked on first page of Google in another blog, soon).

Different Ways of Keyword Searching

There are various ways and tools for keyword searching out there.  I’ll just touch on a few th-41in this blog.  You have the Alphabet Soup technique.  There is the WA Keyword Tool.  And there is Jaaxy.  You can come up with all kinds of keywords in any one of these methods.  And a big plus, especially if you’re on a tight budget, is they cost nothing.

Alphabet Soup Technique

This is a very successful way of coming up with all kinds of ideas for blogging or article writing and of course keywords.  You do this by using Google Instant.  Rather than me going through it all in words, let me take you to a video that shows you how to do this.  Just click here.

WA Keyword Tool

Once you’ve gone through the Alphabet Soup Technique and have your ideas for keywords, you want to run them through a keyword tool to get feedback on what is the best choice.  The first tool I’ll show you is the WA Keyword Tool.  Once again, seeing is way better than reading, so here’s a video on how to use this free tool. Click here.


This is another excellent keyword tool that does even more.  It has a lot more bells and whistles than the WA Keyword Tool.  It is the limousine of keyword tools.  However, it is free to sign up and you get your first 30 searches free to see how you like it.  They then have two different paying membership levels after your free trial.  There is no obligation whatsoever after the free trial.  Go here to check it out!

If you’d like to learn more about keyword research and have free help from hundreds of top notch internet marketers who are already bringing in a good income from the internet and where you get access to all I’ve talked about with no cost, go here to learn more.

For more information on keywords and keyword search, check out these blogs:  How To Use a Keyword Tool  and Finding Keywords For Your Website.

Please let me know your thoughts and if you have any questions whatsoever, leave them in the comments section at the top of the blog.  Just click on “leave a comment” or “comments”.

Happy blogging!


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