Using Google Alerts to Create Content For Your Articles

This post was written by Internet Marketing John on December 15, 2013
Posted Under: Article Marketing Information

Try using Google Alerts the next time you find yourself running out of ideas of things to write about in your niche market.

Google AlertsContent as we all know is king, but when you are trying to write two, three, or more articles every day about your niche market, it can be more than a little challenging.

Eventually, after writing several hundred articles, you simply run out of ways of saying basically the same thing.

But what if someone else provided you with a different slant about something in your niche market?

Someone else’s opinion could give you something fresh to write about.  Or at the least, make you think about it in a different way.

This is where Google Alerts comes in.

Google Alerts is a free online service that monitors the Web for interesting new content and automatically delivers the content to you based on the keywords you provide.

Based on your queries, Google Alerts updates you via email on the latest relevant Google results (web, news, etc.).

The service allows you to create a filter to keep spam out of your inbox.

You can specify which messages you don’t want by simply identifying keywords that are contained in the messages.

However, when you create a Google Alert, you can also identify the words found in the content of the messages that you do want to receive.

Google will send you a list of search results with the keywords you identified in them to your inbox.

The problem is that the Google Alert only recognizes a single word at a time.

This means that if you want to get links to content that uses the long tail keyword Mosquito Lagoon Fishing; Google Alerts will send you search results for the single words Mosquito, Lagoon, and Fishing.

Although some of the search results will be exactly what you are interested in; many topics will be just for “Mosquito”, just for “Lagoon”, or just for “fishing”.

You could get links for Mosquito repellant, Mosquito traps, Mosquito netting or for Lagoon Cinema, Disney’s typhoon Lagoon Water Park or for Fishing hats, fishing lures, etc.

You can then create a filter for Google Alerts and have all the results go into a folder that you’ve created for that purpose.

The next time you find yourself running out of ideas of things to write about in your niche market, you will have a ready resource of material to draw on to help you create some fresh content.

Try using Google Alerts to create content the next time you’re running out of ideas and need a fresh slant.

You may be surprised at what shakes out!

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