Mirco Niche Site

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  1. ryfizzle

    ryfizzle Newbie

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    hi guys im making a micro niche site is there a certain number of what the results in google should be for the keywords?
     
  2. Asgardian

    Asgardian Regular Member

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    Mostly long tail keywords, few of them per article, meta tags, h1, h2, h3, etc... If this is your question?

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  3. brchcar1445

    brchcar1445 Regular Member

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    Sounds more like he's asking about how to tell how many people search for a certain keyword. Just go to google and type free keyword tool. Use googles, make sure to select "Exact" instead of broad to get a more specific number. Not sure if this is what your asking, but maybe?
     
  4. ryfizzle

    ryfizzle Newbie

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    actually i meant what is the "magic number" for this

    say the keyword is blackhat i go type it into google and i get say 100,000 results hope this specific's it
     
  5. bontii

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    For micro niche i'd go 1000 exact match
     
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    1,500 exact match at least is what I would say.
     
  7. ryfizzle

    ryfizzle Newbie

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    ok thanks
     
  8. nikomesh

    nikomesh Newbie

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    use the google keyword tool to perform your searches, than look for those that has a decent monthly searches. If you atr targetting local people, look at the local data as opposed to global.