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Is This Keyword Worth Trying?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Quake120, Mar 29, 2011.

  1. Quake120

    Quake120 Junior Member

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    I have a keyword that only has 880 searches per month on Goog, but also has only 5000 intitle and 2000 inurl. The top sites for the search are not major sites (i.e. Amazon, Wikipedia). This is a travel related term.
    Worth trying, or not? Not a lot of search traffic...
     
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  3. hitext

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    A lot of effort for limited reward. And remember that the new version of the Google keyword tool shows only broad match results, so the number of exact searches is probably much lower. There are better ways of getting rich :)
     
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    Ahh, sorry about that. I forgot about that thread. Mods, if you want to delete this to declutter, I can move this to that posting...
     
  5. joefearless

    joefearless Newbie

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    hitext said "remember that the new version of the Google keyword tool shows only broad match results, so the number of exact searches is probably much lower."


    You do realize that you can check "Exact" and un-check "Broad" if you'd like to see the exact match results right? You'll see this option on the left side of the screen after completing a search for a keyword... in the new Keyword Tool.