5,000 keywords delivered to you every day…

Posted March 17th, 2014 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Research

NicheReaper 2.0How many hours do you waste on keyword research?

It’s gotta be done, but let’s face it, keyword research is long winded, boring and well, it just plain sucks!

How would you like to have 5,000 pre-qualified, already researched keywords put in your hands every day?

This cutting-edge software does the work for you, including coming up with the ideas in the first place, so no more knocking your head against the brick wall doing keyword “brainstorming” either!

It’s all done for you:

+ Searches through tens of thousands of potential new keywords and niche markets every single day

+ Checks potential competition to find those niche markets that are easily achievable, so you don’t waste your efforts on an impossible target

+ Ascertains the potential traffic and overall “value” of a niche, to make sure you only target niches that will make you a real profit

+ Digs out potential keyword based domain names and Facebook URLs for you to use

The bottom line: NicheReaper 2.0 takes the hard work out of keyword and niche research, handing you every you need “on a plate” ready to use!

Public domain has long been a secret stockpile of content only savvy insiders have kept to themselves and never publicized…until now.

Yanik Silver has just revealed a hidden way for you to literally ‘steal’ an almost endless source of content on practically any subject you could imagine.

Simply put, you can use this insider secret to instantly create e-books, manuals, articles, reports or any other type of information products in a snap. In fact, once you figure this out, you’ll be able to tap into millions and millions of pages of material you can use for anything you want…without asking permission or paying a dime in fees.

Amazing but true…and the best part is virtually nobody knows about this! What I’m talking about is using public domain information for your own profit.

In fact, when you add up all the different sources, there is literally a mountain of public domain information millions and millions of pages) sitting right under your nose—all free—and all yours for the taking!

But only *IF* you know how to find it.

Now let Yanik swing open the hidden, secret door to the vault!

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Amasuite12-year online marketing expert and top software developer Dave Guindon and Amazon affiliate expert Chris Guthrie have teamed up to offer one of the BEST Special Offers of the year!

It is a suite of 3 powerful and unique Amazon research software tools.

The Azon Keyword Generator:

- Generates thousands of keyword opportunities from the Amazon search engine
- Use this tool to find exact match domain names that have high natural traffic

The Azon Top 100 Analyzer extracts the top 100 products for ANY category on Amazon for the following:

- top 100 bestsellers
- top 100 top rated
- top 100 hot new releases
- top 100 movers and shakers
- top 100 most gifted
- top 100 most wished for

The Azon Product Inspector:

- Extracts products from the entire Amazon site for any given keyword phrase
- Very useful for finding hidden affiliate gems on Amazon

Plus Chris Guthrie has included his very own tried & tested methods for earning MASSIVE commissions from the Amazon affiliate program!

This new 3-in-1 Amasuite software with Amazon affiliate training is only available for 14 days!

Make sure to watch the YouTube video on the page to see 3 methods to make money with this software.

New Research Software For Internet Marketers

Posted October 18th, 2013 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Research

Internet Marketing Seeker is not your usual research software.

The IM Seeker is the secret weapon that turns the entire Web into the best Internet marketing treasure box you’ve ever seen!

Simply select a marketing topic within the dashboard or enter your search term and then click a specially-configured link to get tips, how-to’s, videos, e-books, articles, and blogs for the topic. These are free resources you can repackage as your own content or latest info-product!

Anything under the IM sun are covered: list building, copywriting, SEO, AdWords, Blogging, YouTube, Article Marketing, Traffic and more!

Armed with this incredibly powerful research tool designed specifically for Internet Marketers, you can quickly discover tons of great quality content from the Web’s most popular marketing sites FREE!

And with just a couple of clicks you will be able to watch training videos and screencasts. Get all your questions answered and discover FREE e-books and other PDF documents AND LOADS MORE!

Low price offer is ongoing. Watch a demo video of IM Seeker now.

Subscriber DM writes: “Everyone constantly advises: know your market thoroughly—client needs, problems, concerns, worries, fears, desires, dreams etc. But I am exceedingly frustrated that nobody advises and clues you in on just how to exactly accomplish this.

“Nobody ever provides the essentially needed information/advice on how to actually do and accomplish this client/market research that is probably the most critical for marketing success. I think a lot of us do too much guesswork.”

Let me see if I can provide a useful answer…

To begin with, if you work in a niche that does a lot of direct marketing e.g. health, financial, business opportunity, get yourself on the lists of the major marketers in that niche (you can do that by subscribing to their e-newsletters).

Then pay careful attention to the appeals they use in their promotions. Since they are successful, they already know their prospects’ needs, problems, concerns, worries, fears, desires, and dreams. And you can quickly learn them by studying their copy. No need to reinvent the wheel.

In smaller niches that don’t do massive marketing, there are a number of shortcuts for getting a clue as to what prospects really want and what their concerns are.

One way is to read the “letters to the editor” column in that industry’s leading trade journal. You’ll discover the hot topics that people in the business are discussing and what they are saying about them.

I have also found it useful to attend the bigger trade shows in an industry and see what exhibitors are featuring in their booths. This is a good opportunity to be a fly on the wall and listen to conversations between exhibit staff (company salespeople) and exhibit visitors (potential customers).

You can read the popular blogs in your niche market and see what people are talking about. Participating in forums and bulletin boards offers the same benefit.

Many clients diligently compile testimonials from their customers, and these give insight into what’s important to buyers. Ask your clients for their testimonial files.

If I am writing to a specialized audience with which I am unfamiliar (e.g. pediatricians), I ask the client if I can interview a few customers over the phone. These conversations can reveal what’s on the prospect’s mind.

Also, your client is immersed in her target market, so you can turn to her or experts on her team and ask about their prospects’ beliefs, desires, feelings, and concerns.

In addition, there are expensive market research reports published on many major markets such as telecom and health care. You cannot afford them and are not expected to buy them. But if your client has one of these studies, ask him to share it with you.

Become an observer and student of human behavior. For instance, if your client’s target market is teenagers, watch them interact with one another at the mall.

Talk to as many people as you can…difficult for me because I am an introvert.

Another good idea: have your client survey their list. Ask 5 to 7 questions that reveal what’s on their minds. Use Survey Monkey.

I probably left out a few other ways to understand your client’s target market, but I can’t think of what those might be. Any suggestions?

Bob Bly is the author of “World’s Best Copywriting Secrets” and has written copy for more than 100 companies including IBM, Boardroom, Medical Economics and AT&T. He is the author of more than 75 books and a columnist for Target Marketing, Early To Rise and The Writer. McGraw-Hill calls him “America’s top copywriter”.

Keyword Researcher

Generating a list of long-tail keywords is still an essential fundamental skill to attain. Watch a 2-minute video and learn about the coolest keyword generation software on the market!

What are the things you can learn if you conduct effective market research?

Know your customers – Market research will help you better understand your customers in a number of ways including demographic information such as their age, gender and geographic spread. The better you know your customer the easier it is to target your marketing and fine tune your product or service.

Know your target market – Who exactly are your existing customers and where do they live? What age group does your product or service appeal to? Who are your potential customers and where do they live?

Know your competition – Market Research will help you measure your service compared to others. What are the strengths and weaknesses of your organization and are you improving in the right areas?

Products and services – Do you have the products or services that people want? Does your business represent value for money? How do your services and products match up to that of your competitors? Can you, do you, should you deliver directly to your customer?

Ease of doing business – Do your customers find it easy to deal with you and when they visit your store and/or website do they find what they want? Is there sufficient advice and assistance on hand be it in the form of notices, leaflets or human assistance? Do you make it easy for people to buy from you? Are all your staff properly trained, helpful, knowledgeable and available?

Marketing – Is your marketing reaching the right people and is the marketing message clear and effective. Which are the most effective and which are the least effective marketing channels?

Do people understand your marketing message? Does the marketing material properly represent your brand? Do you use the correct advertising channels? Are you reaching the right people?

With the power of the Internet it is now very easy to conduct market research using one of the many online survey software sites that make conducting surveys and collating good market research intelligence quick, easy and extremely cost effective.

Imaging reading the minds of over 200,000,000 buyers.

That’s exactly what this software does and today it’s yours free.


This is the world’s only Amazon intelligence software, it’s not for sale by anybody anywhere and it could be your new favorite toy. I’ve been playing with it for hours.

My friend Ezra Firestone is giving it away to prove a big point. Once you know EXACTLY what buyers want, selling online becomes real dang easy. Ezra knows because he sells millions using slight edge tactics and software tools like this one.

Get it FREE while it’s still available.

$20 Software Predicts Kindle Sales

Posted April 11th, 2013 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Research

Have you seen the new software that predicts which Kindle books will sell and which ones won’t?

It’s amazing! It’s like having a magic crystal ball.

Before you write the book, this software would already tell you whether your ideas will sell or not!

Watch the video demo presentation.

As you are reading this, Backlink Snatcher 2.0 just went ‘live’ with a CRAZY 7-day special.

You can grab the most powerful competition analysis software on the market at an 80% discount!

The first version of this software was released last year and sold in private webinars as a high ticket offer at $229 for a single lifetime license.

But with the launch of the all NEW and improved version, you can grab it at over 80% discount for 7 days only…

With Backlink Snatcher 2.0, you can:

- Uncover Your Competitors & Discover How To Outrank Them
- Import, Track & Analyze Your Backlink Data
- Extremely High Quality, Usable Results in Minutes
- Crush your competition in real-time
- Monitor Competitors Rankings
- Analyze Your Competition per Keyword
- Easily Filter, Track Performance & Export Data
- Best of all…Save HOURS of Time & Make Your Competition Look Pathetic!

Regardless of whether you are into SEO, AdSense, an Affiliate Marketer or an Offline Marketer offering services to local businesses, competition analysis will be a great skill and asset to acquire as part of your business arsenal.

The creator, Precious Ngwu generates over $600 per DAY using this simple, yet powerful piece of software!

He shows you proof too.

Utilize the POWER of Backlink Snatcher 2.0‘s advanced competition research and analysis!

This Keyword Extractor Goes 4 LEVELS DEEP!

Posted February 21st, 2013 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Research

One thing that can make all the difference in your marketing campaigns is Keyword research.

Thing is, a lot of keyword tools out there are half-baked products. While you might be twitching your eyebrows in surprise, consider this: How many keyword tools out there actually find content for you?

That’s right, none!

Keyword tools that are currently being sold for as high as $97 are half-baked. Their keyword analysis does not give you relevant content.

That is because they don’t drill down deep enough! Keyword Digger goes down through 4 layers of search!

So you not only get directly related keywords, but you also get semantic keywords that Google loves!

Keyword Digger Pro gives all the other keyword research software a run for money. Where other keyword research tools might cost you $97 and UP, this one is up for grabs for a low price.

But I won’t lie—it’s on sale for 7 days only, and the price rises every second!

Check out the demo here.

Giving Market Samurai A Run For Its Money…

Posted February 15th, 2013 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Research

We all know that keyword research and content is the foundation for any marketing campaign.

I JUST found a new piece of software that I think gives Market Samurai a run for its money, and provides more in-depth research, and is 8x faster!

Long Tail Pro:

- Uncovers Thousands of Lucrative Keywords in Seconds
- Searches Multiple Seed Keywords at Once
- Applies Advanced Filters
- Checks Domain Availability
- Monitors Keyword Rankings
- Analyzes Your Competition per Keyword
- Best of all, Saves HOURS of Time!

Regardless of whether you are an Affiliate Marketer building out niche sites for profit, Content Creator in search of long-tail keywords to target for your blog posts/videos, or Offline Marketer helping businesses with their marketing campaigns, Long Tail Pro needs to be in your Software toolkit!

LTP has been available for over a year now with thousands of happy customers, however this is the FIRST time its been offered at a 75% discount!

Lock in the lowest price possible.

Every major market/niche has a magazine that focuses on it.

These publications spend MILLIONS on market research and advertising, so you can be sure that the content they’re publishing has been proven to be desired by their market.

Here’s how to capitalize on that research:

1. Make a list of publications in your niche. If you’re not sure what they are, do a Google search for “major US magazines” or “[category here] magazines” (without the quotes or brackets).

2. In Google image search, type “[name of publication] covers”. To make it more timely, you can add the current year. So, for example: “parenting magazine covers 2012″.

3. You should now be staring at a TON of magazine cover images. Go ahead and click on one and see if you can’t use the headlines to generate some ideas.

Among all the cover images, you’re almost guaranteed to find a bunch of ideas you can use!

Hint: If you really want to stretch this, try turning the headlines into templates. For example, “Parents’ top $ mistakes—fixed!” can be turned into “Parents’ top _____ mistakes—fixed!”.

Forum Renegade

When it comes to forum marketing, the more forums and the more content you can post, the faster you build your authority, get yourself more exposure, and build your presence.

Forums are always filled with members in need of help and assistance and it is where you can provide great value to them. Not only can you leave a backlink to your site in your signature, you can also research for information and knowledge for your new content.

To cut short the time for finding the best, most targeted forums, I recommend a new built-for-purpose software to help you out.

This software will not only find the forums you’re best off posting in, but will actively seek out the precise threads you can include yourself in too, so you can hit the ground running.

So your forum marketing plan will then look something like this:

Step 1 – Find keyword-related forums…

Step 2 – Find keyword-related posts…

Step 3 – Post authority content where it will be noticed and best appreciated by a targeted group of that forum’s members…

Attempt to make 5 posts per forum, per day and within a month you’ll have established a very strong presence, and will likely be interacting with the forum’s top members, which opens up a whole world of opportunity to you as well. Check out Forum Renegade.

New software for market research in Yahoo! Answers.

Posted September 6th, 2012 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Research

iSoft Easy Answers

Most research software focus on keywords, but how much are keywords really saying about what Internet surfers are exactly looking for? The keyword research tools available on the market don’t provide you with the very specific questions that these people are desperately seeking solutions for.

Enter the “iSoft Easy Answers“. It connects to the biggest Q&A site on the Internet: Yahoo! Answers. Key in a search term, click ‘search’, and the software displays a list of questions and the BEST answers to them, thus allowing you to utilize the information chosen by voters to create great informational e-books, articles, or other informational products.

You can click to the web page where a specific question is published and contribute your own answer too, as a way of leaving a backlink to your website.

It’s all very convenient, and the state of the target market can’t get any clearer than with Q&As by real people for real people. Try this out with a 30-day money-back guarantee.

1 – Subscribe to RSS feeds from bloggers that cover your industry or speak to your target audience.

2 – Subscribe to e-mail newsletters from niche publishers that cover your niche or market.

3 – Set up Google Alerts for keywords related to your products and your customer’s pain points.

4 – Monitor social media to get a real-time feed of what your prospects are talking about.

5 – Conduct original research, such as a survey.

6 – Repurpose content e.g. combine text from an old whitepaper with new video to create a video e-book.

7 – Keep a list of evergreen content; e.g., ideas for saving time and money, inspirational articles, anecdotes.

Source: Hubspot.

Eben Pagan is doing a ‘live’ webinar Monday evening, to explain how to target your next product or target your niche.

There are easy decisions you can make to narrow down your product idea or niche in a way that makes it a LOT more likely that your product or niche will make you profit.

In this ‘live’ session, you’ll learn some of those methods from someone who has created and sold millions of dollars worth of information products in many different niches.

Also, Eben’s GURU Product Blueprints training can help you get your next product DONE. If you’d like to work with Eben as your guide to creating your next product, then watch this video.

In that video, you’ll learn ideas for marketing that you haven’t seen before and the training itself is excellent.

Finding The Right Keywords by Bob Bly

Posted March 2nd, 2012 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Research

Before you optimize your website or buy pay-per-click (PPC) traffic, you should perform “keyword due diligence”.

That means you must check to see that Internet users are actually searching for information on your product or topic using the same keywords you assume they would use.

When I tell this to people, they often pooh-pooh it. “It’s not necessary for us to do keyword research,” they tell me. “We know our industry; we know our products; and we know what words they would search on.”

To which I say: Oh, really?

With the Internet, there is no need to guess at which keywords are the right ones. There are software tools that can tell you exactly how many Google searches were performed on your keywords this month.

Often, the keywords used most often are not the ones you picked. In addition, small variations in keywords can make a big difference in results.

For instance, I need to optimize a website for people looking to buy and maintain an aquarium.

It seems obvious that the keyword to optimize the home page for would be “aquarium”, right?

And when I used WordTracker to check, sure enough there were 823,000 searches on the term “aquarium” on Google.

But, there were 11.1 million searches on Google on the term “aquariums” which is the plural of aquarium and has an “s” at the end.

This result tells me that I should optimize the home page copy on the word “aquariums” and not just “aquarium”.

I would never have known this had I not done my due diligence and checked the actual search volumes myself.

Of what use is keyword due diligence? There are at least 3 online marketing activities that can benefit from keyword research and discovery.

The first, as already noted, is search engine optimization. Each page on the website should be optimized for keywords relating to its topic. These should be the keywords that get the most search activity.

The second online marketing activity related to keyword due diligence is pay-per-click advertising. Even a good PPC ad will generate mediocre sales results if you bid on the wrong keywords.

The third keyword-related online marketing activity is determining the feasibility of new products.

Example: you decide to write and sell an e-book on how to set up your first aquarium. You think fish-keeping is a very popular hobby, but you aren’t sure.

But even if you were sure that fish-keeping is popular, that doesn’t mean the book will sell. Remember, we are not selling in a bookstore; we are selling on the Internet.

So for a product to be successful, potential buyers must be searching the Internet for information relating to it.

My rule of thumb is that the keyword must have at least 100,000 searches a month on Google to be successful online. “Aquariums” with 11.1 million and “aquarium” with 823,000 both pass with flying colors.

There’s another way to do your keyword due diligence. It’s to spy on your competitors and see what keywords their websites are optimized on. But don’t worry, it’s perfectly legal.

Here’s how to do it: You can see what keywords your competitors are using by reading the source codes on their website. “Source code” is the programming language used to build their websites.

In optimized websites, the source code for the pages includes keyword lists in areas of the code called meta tags. The most important meta tags to check are the title tag, description tag, and keywords tag.

Failure to put strategic keywords in the title tag can result in pages being poorly ranked. The title tag can be a maximum of 95 characters including spaces, but ideally no longer than 6 or 7 words. The description tag should be a maximum of 220 characters with spaces.

To find the keywords contained in the meta tags of your competitor, go to his home page. Click “view” and then choose “source.” A window will appear displaying the page’s source code with the meta tags clearly labeled as headline, title, description, and keywords.

In minutes, you can know all the keywords your competitors have optimized their sites for. You can then use WordTracker or another keyword research and discovery tool to find out how much these terms are searched.

Bob Bly is the author of “World’s Best Copywriting Secrets” and has written copy for more than 100 companies including IBM, Boardroom, Medical Economics and AT&T. He is the author of more than 75 books and a columnist for Target Marketing, Early To Rise and The Writer. McGraw-Hill calls him “America’s top copywriter”.

Are You Targeting Terrible Keywords?

Posted December 15th, 2011 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Research

Stealth Keyword Competition Analyzer

You’ve probably got a nice-sized keyword list for your site, right? And you’re likely already planning to build backlinks, write content, publish articles and stomp on the competition.

But what if all your hard work is based on terrible keywords?

It’s like building a mansion on top of a crumbling foundation! No matter how good things look on the outside, even the most beautiful sites with the best content won’t do nearly as well in the search engines unless they’re built on solid, reliable keywords.

The reason I’m telling you this, is because last week, I discovered a really helpful software tool called Stealth Keyword Competition Analyzer. Keyword research is influential to your search engine rankings and you won’t want to take it lightly.

I’m not saying your current keywords are ‘terrible’. From the minute I used the software and in all likelihood for your own case, I know you will discover even better keywords and key phrases.

I never would have known that if it weren’t for Stealth Keyword Competition Analyzer!

For under $40, it’s an absolute steal, and the kind of program you WANT in your marketing tool belt. It makes keyword research and checking out the competition so seamless and simple. There’s no excuse for you NOT to plug that list of keywords right into it, and let SKCA do all the hard work for you automatically.


How much are you willing to pay for a solid keyword research software?

While you think about this question, may I introduce SerpAttacks. This software allows you to:

1) Find highly searched keywords with very less competition so you can rank and earn faster.

2) Find highly searched keywords and analyze search engine competitions on certain location.

3) Discover how much advertisers are paying for that keyword and how many are competing.

4) Unveil and analyze how many people are searching for your keyword and discover if the trend is going up your down.

5) Discover high-value domain names.

6) Discover highly profitable affiliate products to promote by digging Amazon and Clickbank.

7) Check and monitor your rank across different search engines from different locations.

8) Check the websites that are linking to you or check your competitor’s backlinks so you have an idea where you will put your links.

9) Analyze your website’s weak points for on-page SEO.

Did I tell you it’s free and not a shareware of any kind?

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