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Trendfetch and Marketing with Google Trends

google trends with trendfetchCheck out this quick video about marketing with Google Trends. The author is using a service called to find current trends in Google Trends and then develops one page sites on blogger or any type of site you want. The idea is to grab something that is current and creating a rush of activity online, create a quick site, use your keywords, post an article and submit the article to some of the social bookmarking and web 2.0 sites such as Digg. Do enough and a you’ll sooner or latter hit on a winner.

Monetize the blog or site with Adsense, banners, cpa or anything you think is related.

You can try TrendFetch for free while its in beta!

Sooner or latter somone is going to twitter your story and it just might be what you need for the story to go viral. Get enough eyes on your page and you’ll make some quick bucks using google trends!

Here’s a quick look at how you might accomplish this

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  1. Thanks for your blog post about trendfetch!

    // Aron

  2. scottparat says:

    Hey Aron….no problem. Trendfetch looks like it could be a very useful tool. Hope the post brings you a few clicks :)

    I set one blog up….will try a handfull this weekend. I picked it up at BHW :)

    Take care,

  3. Cool!

    Just one thing:
    Having analyzed over 11,000 different search terms i now KNOW that the example in the video is actually a quite bad one.

    Dead celebrities always hit the Google trends top 20 (or close to always) and that’s mainly because they always get major news coverage – following up with blogs and twitter users writing about the news. So, celebrities and indeed death of celebrities is actually not the best of niches.

    Also, you might want to be a bit faster: The example I used was found trending 15 hours before I wrote about it; so there’s already a bit of competition by other bloggers and news websites.

    Targeting the MOST trending search terms is often not close as good as targeting a few of the less searched trends- as there’s way less competition.


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