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[n00b] Gimme a 'Go'!

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by 7thMonk, Jun 24, 2011.

  1. 7thMonk

    7thMonk Newbie

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    Hello BHWers,
    After days of frustrating Keyword Research i think i finally found a sniper keyword i wanna build my site or rather blog around, although i have knowledge of SEO, but im making sure all of the i's are dotted and t's are crossed.

    Please give an expert advice on this keyword, will it be a good keyword to go?

    Here is the screen shot of MS..

    hxxp ://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/860/unledrlw.jpg


    This keyword has 30,000 competing pages, and "keyword" has 3,000.

    Looking forward to hear from you guys!

    Regards,
    Monk

    PS: Sorry can't post links yet!
     
  2. TJ

    TJ Junior Member

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    Honestly, a lot of the time you never know until you try it out. In your case I would definitely say to go for it.
    But still get multiple opinions if you're really not sure about it.
     
  3. 7thMonk

    7thMonk Newbie

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    Thanks TJ for a worthy input. I know it's trial and error, well most of the time.
    but as it is my first 'real' site. I'm taking some extra pre-cautions. :)
     
  4. Chrisss

    Chrisss Senior Member

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    MS is a good tool to quickly get a overview. But to find out the real competition is it necessarily to look at each of the results on page 1.

    Because it's your first site, would I say: Get started and don't think to much about the competition of your kw. You are going to make heaps of mistake with your new site - the important thing is to learn from these mistakes, so you are even better, when you start up your new project.