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I may have found my niche, but I need a little advice.

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by koltenrowe, Nov 20, 2015.

  1. koltenrowe

    koltenrowe Newbie

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    Alright, so earlier today I made a post about keywords etc. and received really great responses.

    After narrowing down my niche I think I may have it, but I need someone to explain to me if my findings are worth it or not.

    On expired domains I found an expired page rank 2 site that is almost the exact match of my keyword, the only thing issue it has is the number 100 in front of said keyword. I'm not sure if an expired page rank 2 is good or not, and I also don't know if the number in front of the keyword will make it worthless.

    Here is my google keywords result on the niche, minus the number 100 in front, obviously.

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    This is my Learn2Rank Result

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    I've been researching persistently for a week now on the whole internet marketing business, but the whole keyword aspect seems so alien to me.

    So to summarize for those who don't want to read this wall of text:

    My keyword has average 18k searches a month and low competition according to google, and learn2rank says it has low competition as well.

    The exact domain of my keyword isn't expired but the exact domain with the number 100 in front of it is, for example:

    mykeyword = not expired 100mykeyword = expired

    The expired domain with the number 100 in front says it has a page 2 rank on expireddomains

    are these good findings or not worth it at all?
     
  2. M4XW3LL

    M4XW3LL Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    The adwords competition doesn't tell you the competition in the SERPs, it shows how many advertisers are bidding on that keyword on adwords. Low means that there is not a lot of competition on adwords for bidding on that certain keyword.

    As for your expired domain, have you checked its backlinks? Have you checked the domain history on archive.org?

    Check this guide about finding good expired domains for free:
     
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  3. Sherbert Hoover

    Sherbert Hoover Jr. Executive VIP Jr. VIP

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    I'd take massivepenistrains.com over 100massivepenistrains.com any day, OP.
     
  4. randybishop

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    What Maxwell...said check that backlink profile and ignore PR.
    PR can be faked and google no longer updates it.