Use Semantic Keyword Research For Higher Affiliate Sales

In order to promote affiliate products you need to do keyword research. And you have to be sure to choose the right keywords to use in order to get traffic to your site. But is that enough? When choosing keywords, we have to focus on picking the "money" keywords to use in our blogs, ads, websites, and campaigns.

Let's say you are selling shoes. You can't just leave it at shoes because you have a low chance of getting visitors off of just that one word. Then you also have to consider what type of traffic you're trying to target. Some people may be looking for a particular shoe brand such as Vans or Polo. You have to be precise. Plus are they looking for running shoes, dress shoes, or a place to buy them? You have to take all of this into consideration when your looking to make affiliate sales. 

There is a method that you need to be using if you want to better your chances of getting affiliate income. That method is called semantic keyword research

Read what Neil Patel has to say about semantic keyword research.....

What is semantic search?

Basically, semantic search is technology that tries to determine what users mean when they type in a certain keyword.
They explore the semantics of those words…or the meaning behind them.
For example, if someone typed in “laptop” do they mean:
  • That they want to buy a laptop?
  • Have one repaired?
  • Upgraded?
  • Are they even talking about a computer, but something entirely different?
In the real world most people don’t search with one keyword…additional keywords give additional clues.
Even then search engines aren’t always right. Google guesses because all it has to go on are the keywords you enter into their engine.
Semantic search will look at how those words relate to each other and look for clues on how you entered them…location being crucial.
Say you used Google search on your smart phone to find “laptop repair.” Semantic search will recognize your location via your GPS on your phone and deliver you “laptop repair” results based on location.
In other words, results related to “laptop repair + [your city].”

How does this impact SEO?

In your SEO campaigns semantic search means you will have to identify the right keywords based upon user intent in the real world…and then create content around those terms.
This is where the semantic keyword research comes in.
In the world of keyword research you simply sought out the keywords with the highest search volume. The meaning between your list of keywords and the content you created was equal. There was a one to one relationship.
“SEO strategy tools” meant “SEO strategy tools.”
In the semantic keyword world, you build a database of keywords that are full of meaning...”SEO strategy tools” could be used in four different contexts.
Your job is to figure out how.                                                   

What are the advantages of semantic keyword research?

Having a database of semantic keywords to create high-converting blog posts is one advantage…but there are other benefits, like improved CTR and PPC optimization as Wordstream explained
  • Higher click-through rate – Whether it’s in your emails, landing pages, text ads or blog posts, highly-targeted semantic keywords will improve your CTR. When all these elements of the conversion funnel are aligned semantically…your results will go through the roof.
  • Lower minimum bids – Higher relevance and targeted action with your content due to semantic keyword enhancements will lead to lower minimum bids on your PPC campaigns.
  • Higher quality score – When you achieve high relevance around your semantic keywords…the search engines will reward your content with a high quality score that leads to better rankings.

Tools you can use to find semantic keywords

Employing a semantic keyword plan is crucial. But how do you come up with those keywords? Here are five approaches to use…including recommended tools.

Using Google advanced search

Google’s advanced search results provide a quick way to generate some semantic keywords. Just type in a query like “laptop discount codes” and click “Show search tools”: Continue Reading

It takes a bit of work to make money in affiliate marketing and when selling your own products. What would be the purpose of starting a blog, paying for ads, writing articles, or using any type of marketing if we can't get the right people to visit our sites and make a purchase through us? In order to make affiliate sales, it takes work. And performing a semantic research of the right keywords is the way to attract buyers.  

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