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1,65,000 searches and Low competition by adwords tool, is it worth making niche site?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Nirmal, Aug 10, 2013.

  1. Nirmal

    Nirmal Regular Member

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    Hello Friends,
    I am bit new and don't know how to exploit this opportunity. I just made random searches in adwords tool and found one keyword had 165000 searches and competition mentioned was "Low" by adwords. Do you think this is good opportunity to make money out of it? Please advice me what are the option available with me ? i.e. making niche site or some other way to monetize.
    Thanks for any advice and input.
     
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    1. The searches won't be that high, Google Adwords tool is highly unreliable.

    2. I also wouldn't go off the competition on there either. You need a tool that will get you the top competition so you can judge for yourself. I would go and buy "Micro Niche Finder" You can buy it here on BHW.
     
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    SkyrocketSEO Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Low competition in KW tool means not a lot of people pay to advertise for these KWs. Low SEO comp is something else...learn the basics
     
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    stfrank Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Check out the top 10-20 results and analyze the sites with their PR, Backlinks and DA.
     
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    edgematch Elite Member

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    Does that number represent "Exact" search count?
     
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  6. Nirmal

    Nirmal Regular Member

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    hey mate, in adwords tool, I inserted the phrase , then entered google.com.au in website, then clicked on search directly. And got this results. I have no idea if its exact or not. any suggestion?
    Thanks for comment
     
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    Cad01 Regular Member

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    Hi, on the left part of the screen, there are 3 options "broad" "exact" "phrase", check only "exact" and that will get you the exact searches for your keyword.
     
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    Thanks for help
     
  9. neo

    neo Power Member

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    If you are thinking of monetizing the site with adsense, then low adwords competition is usually a bad thing.

    Use traffic travis or market samurai to check keyword competition. You can also use that thing between your ears to get an idea about the keyword.