So the main thing we’re looking for is a profitable niche where we can make some serious cash per lead we offer. Well luckily for you I’ve pretty much handed everything to you on a plate. We’re going to focus on the dentist niche and I’ve even given you everything you need to get going with this including a set of SEO keywords with search volume.
Now I know there are going to be keywords which you may not make use of but you need to start somewhere. You have two options:
– Choose a large city
– Choose a smaller area to work with possibly somewhere close to where you live personally the general rule of thumb is that the larger cities may pay more per lead but there will be more competition. But competition means there is more money to be made in my opinion.
If you just want to get your feet wet then I suggest you work with your local area. The reason for this is that it’ll be easier for you to begin making money which means you can reinvest and build your empire. So the first thing we need to do is build a set of local keywords which we can use for our campaigns. The way we do this:
– Is to first pick a set of “core” keywords
– Then add our local area to those
– Then create specialized keyword combinations.
The more keywords we have to work with will give us more data to analyze which will help us chase after the best keywords. So to create our core keywords think of the main terms/phrases related to your niche. In this instance we’re looking into the dentist niche so some of the keywords we’ll go for are:
– Local dentist
– Family dentist
– Cosmetic dentist
These are just some examples so do your very best to think of some more. If you’re struggling you can use the Google Keyword Tool or other top Keyword research Websites to help come up with some phrases. Once we have our core keywords we’ll need to add our local area or the area we decide to target.
So if we decide to target Tampa, Florida some of the local keywords we’ll have are:
– Dentist in Tampa
– Dentist Tampa
– Local dentist Tampa
– Family Dentist Tampa
Well you get the idea…..
But if we have a large set of core keywords and multiple areas building this keyword list can be VERY time consuming.