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Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by agag2, Oct 3, 2011.

  1. agag2

    agag2 Supreme Member

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    Hi

    How much money could I excpect to make PER DAY if I rank #1 for that keyword?

    I know it depends on multiple factors - but an idea..?

    $400? Sounds reasonable?
     
  2. Narrator

    Narrator Power Member

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    [Total Monthly Searches]/[30 (days)] * [Position CTR] * [Conversion Rate] * [Amount Per Lead]
    (4,400/30) * .25 * .20 * $1.50 = $11/day

    Of course it depends on your CTR from the search engine and your conversion rate.
     
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    TermsB Senior Member

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    Much higher than $400 per day. $11 a day is just silly. You will be getting traffic from more than just the single keyword, and you will also have a high conversion rate since the offers will be exactly related to what the user was looking for.
     
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    I agree traffic could be higher with more rankings, but OP asked based on that keyword. The conversion rate could be higher but it's hard to guess what it would be, so I used the average from an iPhone cpa offer.
     
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    Free iphone 5 = better conversions ;)
     
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    TermsB Senior Member

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    Oh it was nothing personal. :silly: At least you attempted to use numbers in a logical way to help the OP. I just pulled my number out of thin air, basing it only on my previous CPA experiences with highly targeted traffic.
     
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  7. Narrator

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    No worries, my numbers are usually pessimistic, it helps me gauge if I really want to jump into a niche.

    Cheers!