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Low Compeition Blog Idea

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by ZuneBlaze, Dec 10, 2013.

  1. ZuneBlaze

    ZuneBlaze Newbie

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    I have two questions ;

    1. I have been looking for some ideas for a blog with low competition and have found a few. I was wondering, how many views is enough to make a promising amount of money a day from just ads alone? I know it's going to take time to even get ranked first and build an audience, but I mean when I finally do reach that goal, will the niche my blog is, even be good enough to earn?

    2. I have found another really good, medium competition niche and it gets tons of searchs a month (more than 1 million) I was wondering, is it worth my time to get it ranked and do all this hard work, or is medium comp too difficult to rank? PS ; I would say it's only "lower" end of medium from what I have seen on Google, if that makes any sense.

    Thanks for any help, I am ready to work just am a little unsure about these things.
     
  2. netmatrix

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    1. Depends on: CPC, Click through rate, etc.

    2. Only you know the answer to this question. How much work will it take you to rank?
     
  3. motzart

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    Why go for low competition -- that doesn't make it more profitable or easier to earn money?
     
  4. ZuneBlaze

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    Low Comp, means easier to rank on Google. Why try to go after very saturated niche and either never get on top of Google, or take YEARS and spend thousands on doing so?
     
  5. lord1027

    lord1027 Elite Member

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    When you say competition, you mean what Competition in Google AdWords?
     
  6. ZuneBlaze

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    Yeah, isn't it work for checking how many searchs a month a keyword gets?
     
  7. laowai

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    Be sure that its exact searches and not broad ones otherwise you might face a surprise when it starts ranking.
     
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    Hi Mate, if I were you I would do the following

    Choose option number 2 as it has more searches and thus in logic will convert to more visitors coming to your site. Now if you are correct and the niche has over 1 million searches a month then I would imagine its a pretty competitive niche or perhaps just undiscovered.

    Anyhow, start out by choosing a solid set of around 20 longtails that have good volume and begin building backlinks towards those keywords. Once you have built a solid anchor text profile with LOTS of diversification then start targeting those high volume keys.

    Hope this helps! :)
     
  9. ZuneBlaze

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    It was not just one keyword / sentence, it was more of just a category that I guess was a bunch of different keywords having to do with the same thing. When I did search the word specifically for that one word it got like 1,000 searchs monthly, but on the broad side (everything related to my niche / things that would also be in my blog) had around 1,000,000
    Not sure how it works really, hmm. Help?