Our innovative research tool takes the guess work out of keyword analysis and helps
identify niches within your sector. We do this by retrieving the key phrases related
to your request from the top results returned by a search engine. A list initially
consists of over 200 new key phrases.
You can find a lot of key phrases using the method described above - many of which
you may not have thought about before. To help you test the effectiveness of each
search term we have developed our unique system of measures for this purpose.
The first measure is related to the demand for the idea associated with a given
key phrase. It is estimated by judging by the number of requests to the search engine
for a certain time period which contained that key phrase. This measure lets you
estimate the market niche size. The bigger this value, the more customers you can
attract, supposed you have sufficient budget.
The second measure is associated with the supply of products and information for
a given key phrase. The estimation is based on the number of pages returned by a
search engine for that key phrase. This measure gives you an estimation of how many
competitors are working in the same target market. The bigger this value, the more
competitors you'll have, so the smaller this measure, the better.
The third measure is the demand-to-supply ratio. This measure makes it easy for
you to find the niches that have a high demand, with little competition. The bigger
this measure is the better.
The fourth measure is the integral potential of a business idea. It is calculated
based on the supply and demand measures, and shows the market niches that have a
good demand-to-supply ratio while having a big size. This measure reflects the overall
possible profitability of a given idea, and gives you a hint about what ideas are
worth more in-depth research first. This measure is smarter than the raw demand-to-supply
ratio, because it takes into account the market size. Again, the bigger this measure
is the better.
The fifth measure is the relevance of a given key phrase to your area of interest
(to the request that you entered). It is estimated based on the number of web pages
on the Internet that contain the given keyword together with your initial request,
as reported by search engine. It lets you automatically sort out the key phrases
that match your field of interest best. In most cases, the bigger this value the
better, but sometimes you might be interested in not-so-relevant results, if their
potential is very high.
Once concluded, our analysis will ensure that we identify high volume, traffic generating
search terms that will ensure a positive return on your investment.