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Do these keywords look profitable?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by UndeadCircus, Jun 25, 2012.

  1. UndeadCircus

    UndeadCircus Junior Member

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    Hey guys,

    While doing some keyword research, I came across four keywords that I think might work pretty well for some MNS websites. These are the stats that I put together for them:

    Keyword Local Searches Search Results intitle: Results inurl: Results inurl: & intitle: Results Average PR Top 10 Median PR Top 10
    keyword 1 2,900 52,400 2,120 7,980 6,340 2 2
    keyword 2 2,400 52,100 2,150 1,420 1,130 1 2
    keyword 3 2,900 193,000 2,710 9,530 5,490 0 0
    keyword 4 2,900 117,000 1,640 4,230 2,450 0 0
    These keywords would all be on their separate domain, so they are not related to each other in the slightest. I just purchased the Ultimate Niche Finder and it seems to be working well, but I want to make sure that the research and due dilligence that I'm doing on the keywords is actually correct.

    Would any of you be interested in using these keywords if you found them? Keyword 1 is two words, keyword 2 is five words, keyword 3 is three words and keyword 4 is three words as well. They all have a .info EMD available, so if these stats look decent to you guys, I may end up purchasing the EMDs and sitting on them for a little while.

    Also, for some of those words, the #1 result is Wikipedia, while the #1 spot for the others is an insanely popular website that targets this kind of market. The stats look pretty good to me, and the only thing that scares me are these super insane authority sites beating out the top spot on the big G00g.

    So anyway.. I'd love some feedback from you guys.

    Thanks!

    EDIT: Also, when you guys check the PR of the top ten websites and get your averages, do you count "n/a" as zero? Or do you exclude it from the average all together?
     
  2. Nexusx2

    Nexusx2 Regular Member

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    Your data seems pretty easy to rank 1st page.

    Here is my data for my keyword and I ranked 1st page, 2nd page for different articles.

    Keyword 6,000 Local Searches - 7,400,000 search results - Intitle: 53,900 Inurl:25,000 Intitle + Inurl: 65,200.


    The only problem I see with your keyword data is that your not going to get a lot of traffic from the serps.
     
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    That's like piece of cake to rank #1 for those, but is it worth to receive 800 visits per month for each keyword, sometimes competition is good - means you can make more money :)
     
  5. UndeadCircus

    UndeadCircus Junior Member

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    Thanks guys. I really appreciate the info. :)