in SEO Tips by Jeffrey_Smith

This simple SEO Tip shows you how you can use wildcard * search operators to “fill in the blanks” and show you the money based on commercial queries and their search gravity in Google. Once you find a problem, then you can act as part of the solution using affiliate marketing and affiliate products.

Find products using wild card queries like:

  • how to *
  • how to fix *
  • how do I *
  • best way to *
  • best product for *
  • best solution for *
  • * product reviews
  • * affiliate programs

Once you locate your offers, then use the keyword AND affiliate programs.
For example, if you found that teeth whitening products had a tremendous amount of traction, then you would search for :

  • Teeth whitening AND affiliate programs or
  • Teeth whitening affiliate programs.

Simply replace with the market or product of choice, go sign up and start building your empire of sites based on search gravity straight from Google’s internal algorithm (which is programmed to return the most relevant, popular results for any query).

It just goes to show, you need to know what to ask. Enjoy the tips and leave comments below if you can think of any additional search modifiers dripping with commercial intent. 

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About Jeffrey_Smith

In 2006, Jeffrey Smith founded SEO Design Solutions (An SEO Provider who now develops SEO Software for WordPress).

Jeffrey has actively been involved in internet marketing since 1995 and brings a wealth of collective experiences and marketing strategies to increase rankings, revenue and reach.

5 thoughts on “SEO Tips: How to Use Search Queries for Affiliate Marketing
  1. Paul says:

    A wonderful and informative post as usual. I also have a question in regard to SEO ultimate deep link and meta.

    For some odd reason each time I input links and anchors in the DLE and also meta keywords and description into the correct modules, after a couple of days all that was input disapears.

    What could be the cause of this? As you know, making repeated changes within meta description and keywords can set off a filter in google and I would like to fix this before it does.

    Any ideas on how to correct this?
    Thanks in advance

  2. Hi Paul:

    Thanks for the heads up. I would suggest adding more memory with your php.ini file if possible.

    But I will pass this along to John for his feedback.

  3. Now that Google Instant and the new Google Caffeine Algorithm is in place, it seems having high quality P5+ backlinks is not enough ergo we all need to enhance our On-Page Optimization to rank high with the search engines.

    There are 61 million Google searches for On-Page Optimization and your Blog is right there at the top, so I grabbed your RSS Feed and I’ll back for more.

  4. Nice tips…this is very informative post.it is very useful for the SEO experts.Now I would like to introduce our self as a SEO Service provider. We offers a world-class Search Engine Optimization service to help businesses get listed higher in search engines.

  5. This is good information. I would even add quotes around the search phrase to drill down even more. For example,

    “best product for *”

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