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how do you get the search volume of a hidden niche?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by behealthy, Oct 28, 2010.

  1. behealthy

    behealthy Registered Member

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    Can someone tell me please. Basically, I have a wicked keyword domain (to be honest i dont know how the hell its still available) but its not showing up in the google keyword seach tool. One of those hidden keyword deals. It is showing in google suggest quite high up so no doubt its getting searches but google wont tell me?

    Is there a way i can find out the search volume in figures?
     
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  2. bytes2000

    bytes2000 Newbie

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    double check your filters... (language, location, traffic)
    When you use the google tool by default the results are sorted by relevance and the first keyword is the same keyword that you used.

    Are you using the Google Adwords keyword tool ?
     
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    You can set up an AdWords campaign and let it run for awhile so that you can calculate the average daily impressions over a week or so. Set your bid high enough so that you appear on the first page but low enough so that you won't get too many clicks. Also, make sure your ad copy isn't too good. :)
     
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  4. behealthy

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    Hey. Yeah i checked those filters already and they are correct. Im using the adwords tool yeah
     
  5. brutang

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    Just make sure that the domain isn't an old domain someone let expire because they destroyed it - I've heard horror stories of people buying nice domain names and never ranking them because they belonged to someone previously who ruined them :)