First Niche Site results

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ToryFX, Oct 24, 2011.

  1. ToryFX

    ToryFX Newbie

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    So using google keyword tool my first niche has these results:

    Competition: High (bar is 80% full)
    Global Monthly Searches: 6,200
    Local Monthly Searches: 1,900
    Approximate CPC: $4.40

    I am spot #1 on the first page on exact word search, is this decent for a first website?

    Now if only my AdSense work. Also, with this much traffic, should I use AdSense or should I use something like ClickBank (they offer products aimed at my target traffic).

    Also, what website shows my page's PR?

    Thanks guys.

    EDIT --

    A non-match that gets 9,500 global searches monthly and 2,000 local searches monthly has me as spot #2 on the first page! I never noticed that!

    EDIT #2 --
    Wasn't using Exact like I thought I was, new numbers (not so impressive now) :(
     
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  2. jass11

    jass11 Elite Member

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    Are these broad searches or Exact searches ?
     
  3. kkll78

    kkll78 Junior Member

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    Great Job! What are you doing for backlinking? Are you using any tools? Just asking for help to others. I would say CPA also, maybe even a clickbank product. I have had good success with CPA and Clickbank too. Keep up the good work.
     
  4. ToryFX

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    Exact searches
     
  5. PinkyX

    PinkyX Power Member

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    I smell 2 things.
    Broad search and customized search results :)
     
  6. Zemanel_

    Zemanel_ Regular Member

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    This somehow crossed my mind as well, though I'd replace the "and" for "or"...