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Found some good keywords, what can I do with these?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by KingMonkey, Aug 1, 2012.

  1. KingMonkey

    KingMonkey Regular Member

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    I was doing some research for a project of mines and by accident stumbled across around 9 or 10 keywords with high local search volumes, high CPC and low SEO competition. The keywords aren't for a product, they aren't buying keywords and they aren't really even information seeking keywords (i.e. they aren't "how to..." or anything similar). Obviously I can't openly state them on here so it's hard to give an example.

    With the high search volumes + high CPC I thought about creating an adsense site, stick up some articles / pages based on the keywords and hope to profit from people clicking on the ads but I'm not sure whether it's a good idea or not. Some of the phrases are kind of generic and it's hard to know what people would actually be looking for when searching these terms so just having a site with some articles based around those keywords might not be much use to them or even relevant to their search. Therefore I'm not sure if they'd spend any time on the site or click any ads.

    Does this sound like a good way to go with these keywords as I can't think what else to do with them? I know it's a difficult question to get an answer to but any thoughts would be appreciated.
     
  2. agente808

    agente808 Regular Member

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    If the competition is low, why not build a basic site, then build it up as the website grows.
    Sucky websites make people click on ads MORE, not less, lol - but they are getting harder to rank even in low competition.

    I would personally look through every website currently on the first 2 pages for your term, get a feel for what people are looking for, and then add a mix of useful information - a blog, a directory of local businesses that are relevant to the term, (even better if you can add "editor's reviews" of those businesses), maybe a mini "store" with CJ links - kind of like a portal to your topic in X city.

    Consider adding content on closely relevant but less optimized topics as well, to round out the topic a bit.

    (so, for example, if your term is:
    dog training in Miami, you could also add stuff about dog nutrition, dog health, etc)
     
  3. Giga_L

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    Depends on Exact search,Competition etc...
    Competition - Low ... Worst thing ever !! Hate it really! 0.02$ Clicks all the time
     
  4. KingMonkey

    KingMonkey Regular Member

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    High local search volume (between 1000 - 4000 exact searches on all keywords), low SEO competition, high CPC ($8-$10) and adwords competition for almost all keywords is high.