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Finding niche worthiness.

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by thesilent, Apr 4, 2009.

  1. thesilent

    thesilent Supreme Member

    Mar 21, 2009
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    How do you determine a particular niche's competition.

    Say if the keyword I am targeting has 1k searches per month and if google shows 10k results is the niche extremely competitive or moderately competitive.

    If you have a ratio (No of searches:no of search results) to determine whether the niche is worth entering what is it.

  2. needlinks

    needlinks Regular Member

    Jul 21, 2008
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    you never have more than one competitor. That is the number one spot on page one. check your competitor's links, anchor text, pages indexed, etc. As far as searches go it all depends on the term. if it is a generic term that could be a research term or someone looking for a review why worry about it. I want people looking to buy something. If there is 10k people looking for "shoes" a month who gives a shit. If there is 2k looking for "mens size 12 shoes" and it looks like i could take page one, now your talking.
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