Hi guys, Usually when i have some doubts about anything i brows through BHW hoping i would be able to find answers without asking questions, but now i failed to find those answers (could be that i haven't browsed BHW enough, even tho i spent two days browsing). I get that long tail keywords monetize much better, since they are more directly related to the topic of the search, and that those mostly have lower competition than two-word or one-word keywords, but, what if there are two-word keywords with over 100k monthly searches in my niche with low competition (according to google), and with high CPC? Should i still aim for long tail keywords which have anywhere from 1k to 10k monthly searches, low competition and very high CPC (one of them is at $5), or should i mix both. For example: two-word keyword: candy shop - 150.000 monthly searches - low competition - CPC $1.50 long-tail keyword: best candy shop - 1500 monthly searches - low competition - CPC $4 (These stats are just example and are not true). For which keyword should i try to rank more, given that i am aiming to improve visits to the website, and not to sell anything at first. Also, i would be grateful if you could explain why. Thank you very much!