The number one traffic source for webpages is by far Google. I want to have many visitors (we all do) so I somehow have to attract the attention of the worlds biggest search engine. One way of doing so is to use the words people use when they search (a.k.a Keywords).Found Rajalakshmi who will give you 10000 most searched keywords on a nice.He also writes that smart people use this to make huge amount of money. I like how he is feeding my ego, I want to be a smart person with huge amount of money. Of course I’m going to press “order now”.
The message sent to the seller:
Hi Rajalakshmi! I just started this site: http://fiverroftheday.com and I’m wondering what keywords I should pursue in my content creating activities. I guess my niche is “fiverr”, “outsourcing” and/or “freelancer”. What top 10 000 words are searched for in my niche? Best regardsTore
I recieved the following file: wordstream_keywords_20110325_freelancer.zipThe zip-file contains two csv-files with 10 000 words in each (yes, it’s true, he delivered twice as much as promised!). One containing a lot of versions of “freelancer” and the other “outsourcing”. Nothing about fiverr though. There is a number connected to each keyword, but I don’t know what it’s about.I got curious, who is Raymond Weil and how come everybody wants to hire him? It turns out he is not a third world country php coder but a watch maker in Switzerland. Freelancer is also a video game where you can roam the galaxy as a bounty hunter. I thought my niche was “digital services traded online” but it seems like I’m also competing with old school watches and games from Microsoft when it comes positions in the search result.I don’t know what I should do with the 20 000 words I got. I don’t know what the number is (searches per hour/day/month/millisecond??) and I don’t know what to do with all the words. I can’t figure out how I am supposed to make money using this list. I guess I’m not such a smart person after all.Maybe I should ask somebody on fiverr.