How to Find Easy Keywords the Right Way

how to find easy keywords to rankKeyword research is very crucial for the success of your website. Spending extra time on learning and understanding how to find and choose good keywords can be the reason your site does really well.

Keywords are words or phrases that people type into the search engines when they’re looking for something.

Remember, the basic goal of your site is to drive potential customers to your site so that they can see, and buy the products you’re promoting.

One key way to do this is by having your site appear on the front page of the search results when someone searches for a keyword related to your site and the products you’re advertising.

So if you are targeting the keyword “how to make a solar panel”, then your goal is to have you site appears in the first page of search results when someone enters “how to make a solar panel” into the search engine.

So, how to find easy keywords? Is there any effective method or software to make this boring task easier? Where can I find that method or software so that I can start building my profitable affiliate site faster and easier? The answer is absolutely yes! Keep reading…

Now, I am going to show you how I personally find easy keywords, and show you how I personally work out how competitive a keyword is in Google. If you focus on easy keywords, then your website will rank faster in Google and you will get Google traffic faster.

To use my method, you need to download Traffic Travis. It is free with no catches. If you download it now, you can follow along with my instructions. I use Traffic Travis V4. If you have an earlier version, I recommend that you download the latest version through the following link:

How to Use Traffic Travis to Find Easy Keywords

  • First, open up Traffic Travis.
  • Next, click on the ‘SEO’ tab.
  • After this, click on the ‘Competition’ link in the submenu underneath the SEO tab.
  • In the ‘Keywords’ text box, type in the keyword you want to check. Select which search engine you want to analyze, and finally click ‘FETCH.’
  • Traffic Travis will automatically analyze whether a keyword’s difficult is easy, medium or difficult. It automatically works out how competitive a keyword is.
  • Repeat this process for as many keywords as you like, identifying which keywords

Should I Go After Difficult Keywords?

Sometimes it can be tempting to go after a difficult keyword because it might get a lot of searches, or it might be very valuable. The problem with going after difficult keywords is it is very hard to rank for them.

I would only suggest going after medium or difficult keywords if you have a lot of experience in SEO and building links. If you don’t have a lot of experience, I suggest going after easy keywords.

Medium-difficult keywords require a lot of work. You will probably investing more money into ranking for it than you will in how much money you make back. You will rank faster for easier keywords, and you will make money faster.

How Can I Make Money From Easy Keywords?

You can create a Google Adsense website. You should only focus on easy keywords for these websites. You can create an affiliate website that focuses on bringing in traffic from easy keywords, and then promotes affiliate offers to website visitors.

You can use this to find easy keywords that local businesses can target, and then use Traffic Travis to build backlinks to their website and improve their ranking. You can charge a fee for this service, and run your own SEO business.


Probably one of the reasons many new affiliate marketers fall over so early is that one of the hardest task to perform that is also the first crucial task you need to complete: Keyword Reasearch!

Knowing your market and preparing targeted keywords are the key to getting sales, and everything from here hinges on this critical task.

A lot of people think that choosing keywords is as simple as picking the ones with the most people searching for them, better known as high search volume. But I can tell you that it’s definitely not that simple.

You could spend years trying to get your site ranking on the first page of Google for a keyword like “golf” or “dog”. You may think that a lot of traffic will equal a lot of sales. This is simply not the case.