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Google Traffic Pump 2-Formatting Keywords into Traffic Pumping Questions

    

    

For each keyword term in your final keyword list, create a question that includes the keyword phrase. Try and put yourself in the position of someone who is a potential customer for your product or service and think about the logical questions they might ask that could be answered by your product or service.

This is very easy and doesn’t require any extravagant combinations of special words, simply use common sense.

Continuing with our “Free Web Traffic” niche, this is how you can transform that keyword phrase into a question:

“How do I get free web traffic?”

In most cases, this system will work best is you include the question mark and also put the double-quotes around the question. This will work better in the Google Alerts section when you need to search for the EXACT match for your questions (more on this later).

To build a longer list and increase the volume of leads you receive, create variations of each question. Continuing the above example, you could try:

• “How can I get free web traffic?”

• “Where can I get free web traffic?”

• “An easy way to get free web traffic?”

• “What’s the fastest way to get free web traffic?”

Do this for every keyword in your list.

TIP – How to speed up the question building process

You can use the RevenueWire keyword manager software to wrap your keywords with common questions. Here is how to do it:THE GOOGLE TRAFFIC PUMP SYSTEM 30

Open the software and go to the “Wrap” tab. Then select the 4th “Wrap With:” checkbox from the top. Then enter “how can I get” with the double-quote and enter “?” into the second box and finally click the “Wrap” button.

This will instantly add the phrase “how can I get” to the beginning of each keyword term.

Continue doing this with several other variations to build your list of keyword rich questions.

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GOOGLE TRAFFIC PUMP FREE SYSTEM

  

Can you imagine that 15 minutes from now you could be receiving an unlimited number of laser targeted leads, in any niche to any website, and generate a large number of inbound links to your sites using free Google tools.

 

As hard as it may be to believe, five minutes after reading this document you could have exactly that. This deceptively simple system that I’m about to reveal, utilizes free Google tools that do all the work while you reap all the benefits.         

        This system works extremely well and is responsible for stuffing my bank account with thousands of dollars every month.

But for it to work for you, you must read every page  and then take the appropriate action, for if you take the proper action, you will get free targeted traffic to your website.

I have provided several sections and resources that will not only help pump traffic to your website, but will also boost your sales big time. Some of these methods may require a small start-up fee. I would strongly suggest you wait on those until you have the money to pay for them. Start out with the FREE ones. When you start making good money, you can go after the paid ones.

Without further ado … let’s get started.

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