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Autoblog niches (Minimum search to be worth it?)

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by Kryptik, Jan 31, 2009.

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  1. Kryptik

    Kryptik Registered Member

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    I'm just getting starting to start my autoblog farm, and have been searching hard for niches. I have adword analyzer and SENuke, both I have found very useful (other then AA not showing google results anymore, which means I get no R/S rating in it.

    ANYWAYS, when creating autoblogs and trying to dominate phrases what's a good minimum search result?

    Example: Keyword Phrase = Rock Band 2 Song List, Aproximate searches 300+. SENuke, says Easy or Very Easy.

    What I was wondering is that daily or monthly hits? I couldn't find anywhere that said.

    I figure a blog with 100/hits per day would be good, so if i was to dominate the top and want that type of return, I should probably look for 300+ searches/day?

    Sorry I'm just confused about the figures.
     
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    shithappens Registered Member

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    I did not use SENuke, but with the keyword you provided that is monthly

    However you should also focus on advertiser competition. If there is no competition, then the RPM is quite low
     
  3. Kryptik

    Kryptik Registered Member

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    Okay, so I'm a little confused about the formula then.

    What am I looking for exactly?

    I'd like $.50 -> $2 Per Autoblog, I figure that's about 100+ visitors/day

    From that I figure SENuke (showing monthly hits) should be around 3000 searches minimum.

    Can you elaborate on the competition/RPM? Not sure exactly how to tie this into autoblogging.

    For many of the keywords I have found, the competition is very low. Say 2-3 Adword Sponsors, sometimes none.

    If I understand you correctly I should be looking for.

    High Searches (Say 3000+)
    Moderate -> High Competition (Adwords)
    Low Search Results Or Unoptimized Sites in the 1st Page of results.

    Sorry with all the online and offline tools I've been trying they all seem to focus on something a little different, and definately display different results.

    Thanks for any help