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I found a Micro Niche of CPC $40.xx, Should I use it?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by theMHR, Nov 13, 2011.

  1. theMHR

    theMHR Junior Member

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    Hello Fellow Members,

    I found a keyword with exact match global searches of 590 and broad global searches of 4,400.

    CPC for exact match is $40 and something. This micro niche keyword is available, should I buy that because I think its good to have niche with minimum of 1,000 exact searches.

    What do you suggest?


    If I open this thread in wrong place so please move it to appropriate because I can not find any suitable section.
     
  2. dumdum4gumgum

    dumdum4gumgum Power Member

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    Why not use it? Should be no reason you couldn't get on the first page. even if you got one click a week on it that's still 160.00 a month :p
     
  3. MrVentures

    MrVentures Junior Member

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    If you don't want it, just PM me the details OP, lol. I could always use another profitable keyword. :)
     
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    acotut Elite Member

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    Yea.same shit as the above user,why not use it?
     
  5. kpreet

    kpreet BANNED BANNED

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    $40, why the fuck not.
     
  6. Em][n3m

    Em][n3m Power Member

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    lol definetly go for it
     
  7. rakoom2002

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    I bet I know what it is... =)
     
  8. thedon23

    thedon23 Elite Member

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    Keep in mind, you won't get $40 per click. But you will still get a decent amount. It's also hard to say if you should use it without seeing first page competition. But heck, I'd probably go for it. Can't be that difficult.
     
  9. Greybeard

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    I had that same experience when I found a "too good to be true" niche, but it certainly wasn't CPC $40+.

    I'd say analyze the niche as you would any other one, and if all signals point to go, then go for it!

    Good luck!
     
  10. theMHR

    theMHR Junior Member

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    Thanks all of you for suggestion, I will buy it and only its .NET domain is available
     
  11. theMHR

    theMHR Junior Member

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    Yes! but I can get around 20 to 30% on each click and that will be a decent amount too.

    I search first page competition and its around giving total of 3,310,000 results. In first page I can see only forums pages or yahoo answers pages, nothing like most targeted to that keyword.
     
  12. theMHR

    theMHR Junior Member

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    Ok, I have check first page competition, and things which I mention in first post. Could you please tell that what other things I should analyze too?
     
  13. cornkernel

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    i'd do it. all you have to lose is a little bit of time, the cost of registering the domain, and the cost of hosting, if you don't already have it.

    go ahead!
     
  14. Emmett

    Emmett Junior Member

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    So I'm kinda stumped.. what does "the CPC is $40" mean?
     
  15. theMHR

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    Mate, its short hand for Cost Per Click. This is used for advertising campaign, like Google charge its advertiser $40 per click for some keyword. This CPC is different for every keyword and the keyword which I found having a CPC of $40.
     
  16. Emmett

    Emmett Junior Member

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    I know it's cost per click but, okay they're charging you $40 for a click on that keyword? Where?
    Or are they Paying you $40 for every click?
    Sorry, never really learned about CPC and it's a bit confusing to me.
     
  17. Krazie

    Krazie Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    It means they will pay $40 for every click. Well not in adsense's case, it won't be quite $40.00 but it will be a pretty big amount. Someone else is pretty much paying that much per click though.
     
  18. xxf8xx

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    In my experience with such high CPC's you won't get anywhere near that as Market Samurai and other tools typically gather some faulty data sometimes. This tends to happen when advertisers make a mistake in their campaign. For instance instead of typing $4.00 they could have typed $44.00 or something. However, you still might as well go for it. Just think though, if the CPC is so high, do you think advertisers would actually be paying that much PER CLICK on their advertisements? Most likely not.

    Good luck though.
     
  19. bwman

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    no, G**gle charges the advertiser 40 bucks when his/her advertisement is clicked.
    And the person advertising the ad on their site or wherever gets the money.

    hope this clarifies this a bit :)
     
  20. xxf8xx

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    The person advertising the ad on their site does not receive all of the money. They receive 68% of the revenue and Google gets the rest.