Don’t look now but Chris Carpenter is (for a limited time) offering a free service that will help you make money online. Google Cash Detective 2 gives you free access to a searchable database of keywords that shows you how many times something was searched for in a month, plus what the average cost per click (CPC) was.
So, how exactly can this make you fast cash?
If you know what people are searching for, and if you know what advertisers have, on average, been bidding for those keyword phrases, then you can publish content that targets those particular keywords.
And if you are able to attract to your blog or web page the kind of targeted traffic that advertisers want to reach, then you can earn a bit of online advertising income.
For example, when you sign up for the free trial of Google Cash Detective, you can start searching for the performance of certain keywords.
The main idea here is to first begin with broad terms. Typically, these will be single keywords instead of three- or four-word phrases. Once you have a list of such keywords, you can easily sort them in ascending or descending order, in terms of either monthly search volume, or average CPC.
You can also view the advertisements that Adwords marketers have run in the past in connection to each keyword. Plus, you will see when GCD first spotted the ad, and when it last saw the ad online. Based on the length of the ad run, you can more or less guess the profitability of that ad.
For example, if you see that the ad first appeared in October 2008, and still appears in June 2009, then you can reasonably assume that the advertiser is profitable enough to continue running that ad for so long.
You can then start blogging about the topics targeted by that advertiser, attract a lot of traffic to your blog or website, and earn a portion of the ad spend made by those advertisers monthly.
You’ll need to keep in mind, however, that those are average CPCs. Given the developments in the global financial markets, plus the advertising budget cuts, today’s ad spend may be less than the average CPCs shown in the Google Cash Detective database.
Is this guaranteed to bring in fast cash from the internet? Let me put it this way: access to the GCD database is free. So why not give it a try, right?
If you’re wondering what topics to write about in your blog, make a list of topics you are interested in and run those through the GCD database. See what comes up, and how profitable each phrase may be. Then go ahead and blog about it. Next, monitor your AdSense earnings and see what happens.
What are you waiting for? Sign up for the free trial of Google Cash Detective while it is still available.