To make your Kindle book the kind that answers the questions most people have about a topic, use a keyword research tool. Enter the best word for the main topic into the tool and select the settings so the results will list only keywords that get at least 80 clicks daily at the site listed in the number one position of the search results page. Also filter out any search terms (keywords) that have 30,000 web pages with the keyword on them or more. The keywords found by this criteria will have high enough search volume and the very low level of competition needed for any competent writer to rank on page one of the search results page with the title of his book. The subjects of these keywords are the ones lots of people have questions about. Address your book to those questions to achieve extreme relevance.
If you locate several such keywords run them through the research tool separately. Pick out several from those results in the same way, always testing the most relevant keywords with the highest traffic volume. In this manner you can quickly obtain a list of keywords to base articles on for your Kindle book or niche content web site that will attract the most traffic made up of people very interested in various aspects of the main topic.
To increase the level of interest in your book answer the questions foremost on the minds of that traffic for each keyword with your articles. You can also locate those exact questions by going to forums on the main topic by simply reading the posts of the members. The questions asked most are the ones best to answer. Also, some members will post the solutions they tried and liked and recommend them to the group. Use those too. If you prefer, start with the questions at forums first and then do your keyword research to find low competition terms. You can locate good keyword tools by entering "keyword tool" into the Google search engine at Google.com. To find the forums enter the topic and "forum into the Google search engine.
The purpose of limiting your choices to keywords with 30,000 competing web pages or less is to insure that you can easily rank on page one for your chosen keywords. In other words, work your best keywords into the title and/or subtitle of your book because those are the ones Google will use to list your book on the search results page. But high traffic keywords that have high competition are good for your book, too, as long as the title or subtitle has keywords in it that have high traffic and low competition. This process is for locating the best keywords for your book topic quickly and also indicates which aspects of the topic have very low amounts of coverage but have high interest. They have been over looked by writers in general but you can turn that to your advantage.
This is the quickest and easiest way to find what to write about that people who are much interested in and have questions about. And these are sparsely covered topics so they are ideal for a Kindle book.
Best of success. Crush it with Kindle today!
Terry A Chestnutt is a casual writer with an interest in Kindle publishing. Learn the secrets of top Kindle marketing plans cost free at http://www.kindlewrath.com
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