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Keyword competition question

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by lagger, Mar 5, 2015.

  1. lagger

    lagger Power Member

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    What yall think?
     
  2. bartosimpsonio

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    Is that a question?
     
  3. lagger

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    Yes, what do you think easy or hard?
    Websites that are whited out are not very targeted. But yes there is alot of authority sites.
    Been out of the game for awhile. Wanting to get more input before I start wasting one domains.

    more info:
    inurl: 1000
    buying keyword
    half of top 10 are just articles related to product. Other are stores.
     
  4. furtaasi

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    It looks easy as no one appears to be exactly targeting.
     
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    Probably difficult given all the authority websites selling that product. However it may be more niche then I am suspecting, but given the current algo and my thought that you don't have an aged website in that niche.
     
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    The more you look, the less you understand.

    TT metrics is pretty okay but that doesn't necessarily
    mean that term is less competitive and can be ranked with
    one eye closed.