This is an issue that has been discussed in-depth here, here, and elsewhere. It has been said that naming things is one of the hardest things in computer science, but this goes for person-to-person communication, too. Keywords & web searches come easily for some people, but I find them more of a skill you develop through trial-and-error as well as practice.
Here's my answer to you: I encourage you to *request keyword feedback in your first few question posts in order to get better keywords, have confidence in yourself and your capabilities, and be determined to keep trying.
I haven't yet racked up much reputation through up-voted questions, edits, nor answers. However, I believe in the community, in myself, and I believe in you. Good luck my friend ~
*The point I'm trying to make here is that, you're still only asking one question. With a clear feedback request reviewers are more likely to better understand your situation, and give more precise/targeted feedback, even if the question is to be closed.