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Market

Research Driven
Keyword Research



Who are you online?



The 7 unique

Points Of Views


Healing Writers block . . . and the “Overly educated shopper”.




The end of “the snake oil days” for
search engine
optimization?


Yes!


The beginning of VEO (visitor enhanced optimization) as
discussed by Colin McDougall in the VEOreport?


Yes!

THEME ZOOM


Why was TZ created?

A deadly cocktail of two reasons:



The “overly educated shopper” epidemic


Combined with:



A sudden boost in Artificial Intelligence from the search engines
called Latent Semantic Indexing.

Latent Semantic Indexing

http://www.seobook.com/lsi/cover_page.htm

Search engines are becoming artificially intelligent!


They are starting to not only understand what you say . . . But also
what you mean!

The “overly educated shopper”

Search engines (and the Internet) have created an epidemic of
longer
buying cycles.


CONSUMERS ARE OFTEN SMARTER THAN YOUR SALES STAFF! Yikes!



People research for 2 months before (and if) they ever trust you.



The “overly educated shopper”


The internet is primarily used by people as an intelligence gathering tool.



In a survey performed by marketing today 1,500 business professionals
took a survey and confessed:


1.
They spend over 4 hours online including time at work.




http://www.marketingtoday.com/emarketing/0305/b2b_importance_sem.htm


The “overly educated shopper”


The internet is primary an information retrieval system.


In a survey performed by Marketing Today 1,500 business professionals
took a survey and claimed:


1.
They spend over 4 hours online including time at work.

2.
93.2% claimed they go online to research about products first.




The “overly educated shopper”


The internet is primary an information retrieval system.


In a survey performed by marketing today 1,500 business professionals
took a survey and claimed:


1.
They spend over 4 hours online including time at work.

2.
93.2% claimed they go online to research about products first.

3.
63.9% use the search engines, primarily Google, to do so.



The “overly educated shopper”


The internet is primary an information retrieval system.


In a survey performed by marketing today 1,500 business professionals
took a survey and claimed:


1.
They spend over 4 hours online including time at work.

2.
93.2% claimed they go online to research about products first.

3.
63.9% use the search engines, primarily Google, to do so.

4.
60% of those buyers are making purchases in excess of $10,000 dollars
and
start research up to 2 months in advance
.



The “overly educated shopper”


The internet is primary an information retrieval system.


In a survey performed by marketing today 1,500 business professionals
took a survey and claimed:


1.
They spend over 4 hours online including time at work.

2.
93.2% claimed they go online to research about products first.

3.
63.9% use the search engines, primarily Google, to do so.

4.
60% of those buyers are making purchases in excess of $10,000 dollars
and
start research up to 2 months in advance
.

5.
46% of the searches are early in the process with little or no product
knowledge.



The “overly educated shopper”


The internet is primary an information retrieval system
-

NOT

primarily
a
BRAND BUILDING device.


In a survey performed by marketing today 1,500 business professionals
took a survey and claimed:


1.
They spend over 4 hours online including time at work.

2.
93.2% claimed they go online to research about products first.

3.
63.9% use the search engines, primarily Google, to do so.

4.
60% of those buyers are making purchases in excess of $10,000 dollars
and
start research up to 2 months in advance
.

5.
46% of the searches are early in the process with little or no product
knowledge.

6.

74.5% of searchers choose organic listings over paid.


The “overly educated shopper”


The internet is primary an information retrieval system.


In a survey performed by marketing today 1,500 business professionals
took a survey and claimed:


1.
They spend over 4 hours online including time at work.

2.
93.2% claimed they go online to research about products first.

3.
63.9% use the search engines, primarily Google, to do so.

4.
60% of those buyers are making purchases in excess of $10,000 dollars
and
start research up to 2 months in advance
.

5.
46% of the searches are early in the process with little or no product
knowledge.

6.

74.5% of searchers choose organic listings over paid.

7.
30% are in the comparison phase.



Johns Smith Online


If you want to know why John Smith buys what John Smith buys, you’ve got
to see the world through John Smith’s eyes.

F
-
scan Eye scan patterns
below.


http://www.eyetools.com/inpage/research_google_eyetracking_heatmap.htm



Ultimately high Pay Per Click outspends are a band
-
aid
solution for lack of content equity.


SEO gets a bad rap


“I believe it is the confusion about this that has lead to SEO (search
engine optimization) having a bad rap. SEO’s confuse tactical and
strategic marketing
-

passing that “inner reality” on to the client.”



Seldom do results match expectation during the SEO (SEM) boom
-

because STRATEGY is too hard to explain to the average client.




. . . and the average client wants TACTICAL (instant) sales results.




That is how unmonitored and wanton Pay Per Click addiction came
to exist. The illusion of long term success through an apparently
direct marketing medium.



What is marketing supposed to do?

1.
Capture the attention of the target
audience. (Beta Interrupt).

2.
Facilitate the prospects information
gathering and decision making process.

3.
Lower the risk of taking the next step in
the sales cycle.

The Internet is low risk:


The internet is a content
-
driven, low
-
risk,
research
-
based, pressure
-
free, DEFENSE
against all sales methods. Mental spam
filters are increasing by the year.






Pay Per Click

versus


Educational Process

(good content)

Strategy versus Tactic


Pay Per Click =
Tactic


Pay Per Click = test a market


Pay Per Click = direct response


Pay Per Click = sales page driven


Pay Per Click = 10% fraud or more.

Visit:
http://www.marketingexperimentsblog.com

for more details. These
folks are claiming up to 20% fraud ON AVERAGE when it comes to PPC.

Strategy versus Tactic


Natural Content =
Strategy


Natural Content = educate a market


Natural Content = own the first impression


Natural Content = build trust


Natural Content = position yourself as
subject matter expert.


Bypass the ever
-
increasing mental spam
filters by distinguishing yourself from trivia.


1. The Entrepreneur


In this case you

ALREADY have your own
product, information product,

or service.




Variations:



You have a money site already and want to expand your themes.



You are planning to have a direct marketing site and already have a successful offline
products and services. Adsense and affliliate level income is meaningless to your value
system.






2. Novice Entrepreneur


In this case you
DO NOT

already have your
own product, information product,

or service.



Variations:



You DO NOT already have a money site and searching for Niches.


You are planning to have a direct marketing site and do not have a successful offline
business product or service.




3. Affiliate


In this case You are selling someone else's
product, information product, or service
and are making money.


Variations:



You have a personal,

well thought
-
out

sales page (click
-
bank etc.), that sells one affiliate
product. (affiliate money website).




You


have a product review website with quality information

that sell multiple affiliate
products.



Your Adsense revenue is of secondary importance to you, or of zero importance.




Your Adsense revenue is of PRIMARY importance to you.





4. Hopeful Affiliate


In this case You are you are not yet selling
someone else's product, information
product, or service.


Variations:



You are still looking for the "perfect niche" or affiliate product to sell. You havn't started
building portals yet. You spend a lot of time looking for the perfect "untapped" market.



You have several hundred dollars worth of "keyword tools“ but have had little or no
success making money online.



You are not yet making money.




5. Non
-
Profit


In this case You are a 501c3 not
-
for
-
profit organization trying
to increase traffic to your website or network of sites.




Variations:


All of this marketing jibberish makes no sense to

you and you

barely follow me.




You are promoting non
-
profit messages, doctrines, and ideas online with no real web
structure or know
-
how but you understand marketing and basic web marketing.




You feel that many online marketing rules do not apply to you and are trying to figure
out which ones (if any) do.



You are highly structured, operating your optimized

501c3 non
-
profit

webring or
website

with business savvy and are flooded with traffic.






6. The Writer


In this case you are a writer or a content producer
who is starting to get the picture about Latent
Semtantic Indexing.




Variations:



You are starting to understand that writers are going to someday rule the search
engines and would like a head start.



You want your content to outlast the search engine transition into audio and video.



You want a way to become a subject matter expert using Search Engine Approved
synonyms.



You want to cure
writers block

by knowing what subject matter expertise the market
demands.





7. The recovering Pay Per Click
addict.


In this case you are spending way too much money on Pay Per click
advertising without any movement towards someday owning the
keywords you are paying for. (Ouch). You are ready to heal.





Variations:



You finally realize that your website has
content equity

and increases in value over time
by reducing the need to PAY for traffic.



You are tired of paying huge prices on Pay Per Click without even knowing if you are
duplicating expenses on the natural search engine listings.



You understand the long term success of natural rankings over the short term success
of Pay Per Click



Welcome Home!





Which are you?

1.
The Entrepreneur

2.
Novice Entrepreneur

3.
Affiliate

4.
Hopeful Affiliate

5.
Non
-
Profit

6.
The Writer

7.
The recovering PPC addict?










Stop the Show






Which Category do you fit into?


There are unique Theme Zoom techniques
that can be customized to your unique
case.

Lifting the keyword confusion.



Everything you ever wanted to know about
market driven keyword research, (but
didn’t know you were supposed to ask).







Keep it simple

200 million daily Google Searches





Amit Singhal (head information
retrieval engineer) at Google claims
that over 50% of the 200 million daily
searches on Google are
unique.







Missing Sales



This means 50% of the online searches are the
same old keyword phrases.







Amazingly the second 50% of searches are
completely unique requests, or they are people
looking for the SAME products and services in a
completely different way. (Phrased differently)




Missing Online Customers




This makes online keyword
behavioral

research

as
important as keyword popularity research.



Popular keywords are more expensive and more
competitive than any other kind of keyword. It is best
to find unique additional keywords that convert sales.




Don’t get stagnant with your keyword list.

Theme Zoom Proprietary Keyword System



Learn about your online market with 7 keyword
types:


1. Contextual keywords (current visible content and
tags)

2. Effective keywords (already used to find your site)

3. PPC keywords (keywords already in campaign)

4. Exotic keywords (discovered from drill down)

5. Money keywords (already closed sales)

6. Swiped keywords (borrowed from competitors)

7. Invented keywords (water cooler untested ideas)


These is your Customized Keyword Database



Contextual Keywords


Contextual keywords
make up the overall content theme of your
website. Not the same as single page keyword density analysis.





Expensive Popular Terms



Theme Zoom is designed to help you develop
content equity for expensive keywords so that you
may eventually own them on natural search while still
driving your business via PPC if necessary. .





Furthermore



Theme Zoom will help you develop a mindset that
prevents duplicate spending and helps you to
dominate your niche. Ultimately high Pay Per Click
outspends are a temporary solution for a content
problem




TZ Rewards


We want your website to survive and THRIVE in the era of the “overly
educated shopper”.



We KNOW the changes that are coming down the pike.

Speech retrieval is coming:
http://singhal.info/


LSI (latent semantic indexing) is only the beginning of the AI revolution.



Audio and Video will dominate the search engines. This means that the
search engines will become MORE educational than they already are.



Google Video is still in Beta, but our associates are receiving huge amounts
of traffic from people searching for educational materials who later PAY for
products based on Authority Criteria. ( They view the teacher as
trustworthy).