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Keyword Questions

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Chode O' Reilly, Jul 21, 2017.

  1. Chode O' Reilly

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    Howdy everyone! I'm not one of these turds asking for a hand out, but I would like to make some money some time soon so I guess it's time for me to post a question. I was researching into a possible niche and I used Google Keyword Planner to see how difficult the keyword(s) would be and I attached what it came up with. In my attempt of making a comparison, you could say that all the "Low" end keywords are a type of car and the "High" end keywords are the parts. Ideally I would want to sell the parts since it's cheaper/easier, but I don't know if this is a waste of time because of the difficulty.
    My limited thoughts on SEO would lead me to believe that I can make a blog for the cars, get ranked up high there and then just slap adsense on it, do affiliate marketing or create a store.
    What else should I research before making a decision?
    Seeing as I am a noob at this, I hope this post doesn't sound dumb.
    That's all folks. Thanks!
     

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    Adsense competition is for advertisers not for bloggers.
    My experience, even almost every blogger has bad experience in picking wrong keywords at the beginning and waste $$$$ without having any perspective or goal.
    At first I did the same.
    But now I understand the power of keyword research, power if low competitive keywords, how to rank even without spending $$$$ on off-page, rank "decent" without backlinks.
    Lastly, if you need any help regarding keyword research, or about SEO I am there for you.
    And yes, it's free.
    Happy marketing..
    :)
     
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  3. Chode O' Reilly

    Chode O' Reilly Newbie

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    Thank you for the reply! I was going to PM you, but I think as a newbie, I can't . I feel like 90% of what I have read here is just one big circle jerk and not that useful. Where do you suggest I begin if I would like to look into a possible niche? More specifically, what tools are available to do the correct keyword research needed so I don't waste my time & money.
     
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    Don't dependent 100% on ANY tool.
    Most of them are confusing.
    Use them for determining metics, use your BRAIN, it is the best tool.
    Analyse the trend, observe the top 10 and assume what Google likes.
    Determine allintitle: keyword metrics.
    Determine backlink quality of 1st page..
    Analyse onpage of them.
    There are too many things to look into for proper keyword research.
     
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    Ahrefs & Semrush Have Big Data Of Keywords.
    Market Samurai is Best Tool To Analyze Keyword Competition
     
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    100% agree with you, just playing around with the free trails of Long Tail Pro, SEMRush and Kwfinder and i compared the same main keyword in all 2 and got this numbers...

    LTP
    MS: 14.8k
    KC: 28
    PPC: $0.35

    SEMRush
    MS: 1.9k
    KC: 58.22%
    PPC: $0.29

    kwfinder:
    MS: 8k
    KC: 32
    PPC: $0.33
     
  7. Chode O' Reilly

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    Thank you for the feedback, I really appreciate it! At least this can serve as a good guideline for me to start; it can be a little overwhelming.

    So much for the tools being accurate lol.