The sites you will be building with Google Sniper 3.0 are based on what is commonly called a keyword.
A keyword is a word or phrase people type in Google when they’re looking for something on the internet. There are two categories of keywords : short-tail keywords (1-3 words) and long-tail keywords (> 3 words). Short-tail keywords get a lot more searches per month on Google, which means a lot more people are using them to find what they’re looking for. As a consequence, there are often millions of pages in the search results for those keywords, which means they are very competitive and it might be difficult to get your site ranked for such a keyword without doing any Search Engine Optimization. But Google Sniper 3.0 is not about short-tail keywords.
George’s brown affiliate marketing training teaches you how to build “sniper sites” that have the most chances of getting ranked well in Google’s search results without doing much SEO, or at least off-page SEO. For that reason, it is important to understand two things :
- A sniper site focuses almost exclusively on a single keyword ; that way, it gives the site a very narrow, but razor sharp focus and a highly targeted traffic. The only people visiting your website will be those that are looking for exactly what you have to offer
- Long-tail keywords are far less competitive than short-tail keywords, and by focusing your site on such a keyword you will have more chances of getting the ranking you are looking for on Google (obviously page 1 in the search results)
With that in mind, there are other criteria to take into account when choosing a keyword. Choosing a good keyword for your affiliate site is the most important part of the Google Sniper process : if you don’t get this part right, you’ve limited the profitability of your site or worse, set it up to make no money at all before even getting started.
The keyword we are looking for must come from a niche we can monetize, and the keyword itself must be monetizable. Let me explain. If you choose a keyword from a niche in which there is nothing to sell, you won’t make any money online even if you get your site on page 1. For example, if your keyword is in the cannabis niche, there is hardly any chance you will find something to promote on your sniper site. So you want to make sure you find at least a good product to promote that matches your keyword, which the Google Sniper system teaches you to do too.
But a monetizable niche isn’t enough. Your keyword has to be too. When you’re looking for a keyword in the niche you’re interested in and you think you finally found one that is long-tail, ask yourself one fundamental question : When I type my keyword in Google, am I in a position to buy something ? Let me take another example : if I’m typing “how to make a bong”, I’m obviously not looking to buy anything since I’m looking for a way to make a bong at home, for free. But if I’m typing “how to get a six pack fast”, I’m very much more in a position to buy something : a guide that describes the right work out and diet that I need to follow if I want to get a six pack fast, proteins, etc. See the difference ?
Once you’ve found a long-tail monetizable keyword in a monetizable niche, you need to check if the keyword generates enough traffic on Google so that you can make money out of it, and you have to check if the level of competition on that keyword is acceptable. And to do that, Google Sniper 3.0 teaches you a whole bunch of techniques and criteria to respect when you’re doing your keyword selection process, and much more. If you want to learn how to do it step by step, as well as build your first sniper site and get it ranked on Google, click here and watch George Brown’s video.