Using Wordtracker to find Niche Keyphrases

I use Wordtracker to find niche keyphrases, this example shows how you can start off with a very general term like ‘Christmas’ and find keyphrases that very few sites are optimized for, but lots of people search for. This makes the SEO real easy.

10 Replies to “Using Wordtracker to find Niche Keyphrases”

  1. I have to agree. I really can’t understand a word you’re saying. The audio is terrible. If you do more videos, please get a better mic.

  2. Very informative! Wordtracker should have something like this on their own site, but glad I found it here.

  3. Hi Rick!

    I’ve just bought wordtracker and must tell you that, for a complete beginner (like me) you video tutorial helped a lot.

    The sound is a bit low, but I could still hear you clearly.

    Do you have a tutorial explaining what the keyword numbers mean and how to interpret them?

    Thanks a lot!

  4. I know this guy, he had a cold, no big deal, leave him alone, he lives in Serre Chevalier in The French being a bit ‘bunged up’ in the winter is pretty commonplace. This was one of Rick’s first ‘how to ‘ videos he did. Have a search for ‘rick lomas’ these days, you’ll be amazed at the sort of stuff he is doing at the moment. Rick’s new video is called something like ‘How to get a number one in Google’ and it is wicked. (saved my business!)

  5. I can hear the words just fine snghghsngh And I can also hear lots of snuffly booger-laden nose noises too snnghhghhh I can’t watch anymore!!! snnngghhhhhggghhgghghhgh

  6. Not sure if I am a moron but I too cannot hear a word you are saying – I think rodephemet’s got a valid point…

  7. Another crappy video that nobody can understand. Get someone else to do your audio. This is a wasted opportunity for you.

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