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where can i go to search

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words that are relevant to my service so i can pick a good url. I buy and sell houses and need to get on the web asap.  but i want to find a great URL and keywords that will connect me to the sellers that need a quick sell.  pls help

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September 2015

Re: where can i go to search

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Hi Edward,
First of all, you should consider brainstorming. Put yourself in your potential customers shoes and think of keywords.

Then consider ASKING your customers.

Maybe some basic competitive research.


You can then try the AdWords keyword planner tool here: https://adwords.google.com/ko/KeywordPlanner/Home

You'll need an AdWords account to use it.

Finally, I would highly recommend that you choose a business name/url that makes sense for YOU and YOUR business, no based on keywords. Personal branding is much more important than having a keyword in your domain name.

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Accepted by Theresa_Zook (Rising Star)
September 2015

Re: where can i go to search

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Hi Edward,
First of all, you should consider brainstorming. Put yourself in your potential customers shoes and think of keywords.

Then consider ASKING your customers.

Maybe some basic competitive research.


You can then try the AdWords keyword planner tool here: https://adwords.google.com/ko/KeywordPlanner/Home

You'll need an AdWords account to use it.

Finally, I would highly recommend that you choose a business name/url that makes sense for YOU and YOUR business, no based on keywords. Personal branding is much more important than having a keyword in your domain name.