what if a keyword gets 10-100searches per month low competition is it worth to make a site for it?Ofc it is worth it. Just check yourself monthly search for a certain keyword and you'll find the answer to your question.
With low m/s keywords, you should analyze long tail keywords and see how many monthly searches it will be. And you can't judge a keyword just by its monthly searches. I'd prefer to rank a website for the keyword "best website host" with 1K m/s than ranking a website for the keyword "free iPhone" with 100K m/s for the same cost. Some keywords are profitable some are not.what if a keyword gets 10-100searches per month low competition is it worth to make a site for it?
you no when ppl go and do there stuff on the afflicates side , is it possable get them shove the user back to a email form?There's indeed a lot of traffic in social media but it would be wise to redirect it to a property you own and have full monetization control over (your website). Get people to sign up on an email list and stuff like that so you can reach them if you want to and don't have to pay facebook to reach all your followers.
Obviously it is worth making a site. There is nothing possible in online marketing without a proper website. It's just like the offline one. You can't buy and understand things unless you go to the shop same as you should visit sites for purchase and knowledge for anything mate.Is it worth making a Website anymore or all the traffic is in social media these days?