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Click Happy Adsense Keywords Exposed

Published May 7, 2007, 12:00pm



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Click Happy Adsense Keywords Exposed


Many people sell expensive lists of keywords that are supposed to make you tons of cash for each click. Before you run out and buy one of those keyword lists, I want to ask you a question.

Would you rather buy a list of keywords that pays you $25 per click, but only get you 1 click a day ($25 profit per day), or would you rather get a free list of click happy keywords that you can easily find yourself and get paid $4 a click, but get 50 clicks a day ($200 profit per day)?

Of course you want the click happy keyword list. Anyone would pick $200 a day profit over $25 a day profit! So, exactly what is a click happy keyword?

A click happy keyword is a keyword that will cause someone to click based on emotions that that keyword causes. Emotions like fear, anger, greed, disgust, sadness, and more are all emotions that will drive people to click like crazy. People look for answers when they feel an emotion.

When an over weight person is made fun of, and they go home to their computer and look for a weight loss solution, they go to their favorite search engine, and start clicking.

When a child comes home with lice a panicked mother will jump online and try to find a quick solution to get rid of the lice on her child. She will become click happy in her panic to find some instant solution.

By finding click happy keywords and building your site around them, you can tap into these click happy people. You can take a keyword that only pays you $4 a click, and make it make you more money than any other keyword you would get off of some list of high paying keywords.

Finding these click happy keywords is super easy and will take you no time. I simply open up my favorite keyword research tool, and type in some of the following words.

Easy
Quick
Create
Prevent
Fix
Relief
Instant

There are literally hundreds of these words. Now I'd take one of these words, and plug it in to my keyword research software. For example, when I do research for the keyword prevent I see a good click happy keyword phrase which is "prevent hangover".

If you've ever had a bad hangover, you know that you would do anything to get rid of it. Don't you think that someone suffering from a hangover wants the prevention fast and is going to click like crazy until they find their answer? Of course they are, and that's why finding these click happy keywords is so profitable.

The key to really using the power of click happy keywords is to make sure that you only provide enough content on your site to send these click happy visitors clicking off your site via one of your Adsense ads or affiliate links. You then make these click happy visitors profitable to you.

Start searching today for these click happy keywords, and you'll never again have to worry about spending a lot of money on those high paying keyword lists that will keep you making less money.

Are you ready to start learning to make money with Adsense the right way? Then I've got an incredible resource to tell you about over at Adsense Newbie Videos. If you want to learn how to find a niche, get great paying keywords, build your site, and get traffic to your site so you can start making money with Adsense, then you need to check out Adsense Newbie Videos right now.

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