Ad Words Part II

Welcome everyone! It's actually sunny in the garden today, a very nice change. Still too cold for outside though. Find some goodies and a beverage, then find a place to settle in for a short chat.

A couple of weeks ago I posted something on Ad Words, and this is part two. Several helpful people have given me advice on what they are and how to use them. And most of you probably know what they are. They are used for search engines (now this is my idea of what they mean) to grab. Meaning, in my own head that is, when a person is searching for something and the put in the word recipe or Barbecue they will find recipes on barbecuing, makes sense. But there are thousands of recipes on that subject. The key is to find unique words that single your site, book, recipe, and whatever else you want found, out. That's the key to Ad Words; unique.

You also want your subject, whatever it is, to be with the top selling competition. If you write historical romance, you want your book to come up with the bestsellers, you need to use some of their same ad words. Your goal is to be grouped with them. How do you do that? Well I have found--someone shared it with me--something called the KindleSpy! Here is the link. I cannot wait to try this out.

Have you tried it? Let me know if it works. Or if you haven't please check it out and let me know what you think.

Good luck with all of your promotional endeavors, I know I always need help and appreciate ANY help someone can share with me.


Melissa Keir said…
Thanks for the information. I will have to look into it!
vicki batman said…
Good stuff. I'd seen Kindle Spy a while ago.
Brenda Taylor said…
Good info, but seems you have to buy the program.
C.C. Wiley said…
This looks interesting. Thank you for sharing the information.
stanalei said…
Sounds interesting to look into. Thanks, Mary.
I'm checking out your link for the Kindle spy.What a great idea to link with the best.
Thanks, Mary!
Mary Martinez said…
Thanks for dropping by. I hope it helps everyone. I'm going to be checking it out. Brenda, I could see where you had to buy the program, but then maybe I missed something.


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