Hi guys, I've got a dozen of autoblogs already, some of my autoblogs revolves around keywords that have little and weak competition, others have keywords that are very competitive. I've installed analytics and a bunch of other visual stat tools. Most of the traffic I am receiving is coming from organic search results. But here's the funny thing, I am not getting the traffic because of my targetted keywords but because of some keyword that is present in the posts that my autoblog did. And also, a lot of my autoblogs with high competition keywords get more traffic than the low competition keywords. I picked high competition keywords a few months ago because I did not know how to look for low competition keywords at that time... I am now wondering, all those time I spent looking for low competition keywords, is it just for nothing? Is it the reverse? Should I look for keywords with high competition and high traffic instead of the keywords that have less than 10k exact searches a month and weak competition? I am thinking this way because probably, the shear bulk of the traffic that comes from the high competition/traffic keyword is making up for the fact that I am not ranking in big G? To those who had previous success with autoblogs, I'd really appreciate it if you could present your experiences and opinions here....I'd only had about 20+ autoblogs (lack of experience and data to get an accurate conclusion) so it would really be great if you guys with 100 or more autoblogs would share your insights.