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How much would it costs for a new real estate website to rank #1??

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by jakkraphong, Jan 31, 2012.

  1. jakkraphong

    jakkraphong Registered Member

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    Thank you guys!
     
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  2. Theodore

    Theodore Power Member

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    Honestly there is no way to tell how much it would take to rank all the keywords.

    Just a quick guess trying to rank 30 keywords can be costly but for a real estate niche as well it would probably cost you even more. I would say $2000+ per month for all 30 keywords.

    I would suggest just picking about 5 keywords and get them ranking well first and start making some of your money back.

    Edit: This is from a service point of view not doing it your self. Obviously if you do it your self it will be a lot cheaper, but 30 keywords can take a lot of time up.
     
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    What Theodore said.

    Sounds like you need to get to work. Is your real question can
    this site be a success? ..all you can do is get going and
    build one piece at a time so not to get overwhelmed.

    Do a MINDMAP and follow it. Look forward to your success.

    JQ
     
  4. BHopkins

    BHopkins Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    I have a client with similar keywords so I can't help you, but for all of those keywords, you're looking at $12k+ per month. Those are all pretty big keywords, and your site is new so that's a hindrance.

    Like the other guys suggested, I would start with a couple of keywords and go from there.
     
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    Side note, if those are your exact keywords you probably shouldn't have mentioned them on the forum. Instead of mentioning the city name you could have put [city] and probably not listed all of them off, just enough to get an idea of what you were going for.

    Not that **I** personally have any interest in targeting a real estate niche, but others on the forum could be.
     
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    BHopkins Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    If someone can't come up with those keywords or a decent niche, they're not going to be any competition.

    Rookies try to snipe keywords from posts like this, real marketers do their own research.
     
  7. jakkraphong

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    thank you guys, really helpfull to get an 'insight' these keywords arent that hard to find. start working then... :)
     
  8. jakkraphong

    jakkraphong Registered Member

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    agree with you... thats why i didnt bother that much showing these keywords here... ^^ especially when each of them have only about 500 searches per month!