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Have I finally found a good Niche?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by the5thace, Jul 20, 2012.

  1. the5thace

    the5thace Registered Member

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    Hello, I'm a total noobie and I have been struggling a long time to figure out a good Niche to start on I would like some advice please!

    I'm just going along a particular method of finding Niche's and it seems that I'm checking off all of the boxes for a profitable niche yet there is something nagging me about the method I'm doing. Here are the stats and I'll explain further.

    Google Adwords: 2400 local monthly and 9900 Globally
    Google Search plain keywords: 13,200,000 results
    Google Search with "keywords": 19'800 results
    Google Search with inurl:"keywords":1900
    Google search with inurl+intitle"keywords":600

    SEO quake also shows that most websites are rather unoptimized with the average PR around 0 and few SEO links. Yet what is bothering me is the huge volume of normal "plain" searches. I see that I might be able to help myself optimize a site to beat the odd 600 websites but 13'200'000. I just feel something doesn't add up with the method. The keywords are in the mental health/disorder territory. Also, the top result for the keywords I choose is the affiliate product I will be promoting but it only shows up in a plain search.
     
  2. berthfield

    berthfield Newbie

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    Sounds good, as long as those are "exact" volumes then it would seems that keyword has potential. You should also pay attention to the CPC and Advertiser competition however, as these also play a big role in estimating your potential earnings.
     
  3. goldencrownz786

    goldencrownz786 Regular Member

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    take into concideration how easily you can monetize the niche. i have had countless blogs page 1 on google with simple seo only. but then i had to sell them becuase i couldnt really monetize them. i saying this becuase i had alot of medical niche blogs as well.


    also with the medical niche area you have to think high level authority wise, regardless of the size or income or stats of the site. this is because most people who come to your site are serious and want a quality product. some dirt cheap crap ebook is a bad idea in this niche.

    simply my 2 cents
     
  4. the5thace

    the5thace Registered Member

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    What do you mean by "exact" volumes?
     
  5. the5thace

    the5thace Registered Member

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    Yeah, the product I'm marketing seems to be pretty solid and the CPC is medium!
     
  6. VHSEO_Mike

    VHSEO_Mike Junior Member

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    Don't get scared seeing the huge volume of searches. All you need to do is focus on your competitors' website. Medical niche is very lucrative and usually, the competition is very high. Use tool like Market Samurai to target your keyword well because you will get much more information than SEOquake.