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Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by moizk, Feb 27, 2013.

  1. moizk

    moizk Newbie

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    Hi there,

    I am a newbie at SEO and generating money through websites. I have been a silent viewer in these forums for a couple of days now trying to learn whatever I can. Now, Im a filmmaker based in Pakistan and I think I have tons of unique and quality content that I can setup a website with. I am also a graphic designer and motion graphics artist so making a decent layout for the website wouldnt be a problem. I like the idea of using wordpress site integrated with bluehost as it seems the most easiest method.

    Now before I proceed I have a few questions in my mind that I hope some of you can answer for me.

    1. I have been using google adwords to check how many global searches there are for the keywords that I'm aiming for and the result is very good with low competition. My question is that if there is low competition what steps might I take to get to the number one spot?

    2. Secondly I am having trouble choosing a domain name. I want to know if it really matters if I choose a domain name entirely irrelevant to what Im aiming for but is creative and catchy. The reason for that might be because I want to expand the site later on as Im also photographer which is a different field from filmmaking. Should I go for two different sites? One for photography and other for filmmaking? or should I merge them?

    That is it for now. Im a newbie and I would really appreciate the help of this community. Some day, I might just be able to return the favour.
     
  2. Turbo10

    Turbo10 Junior Member

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    2. get two domain names.
     
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  3. Dvarmin

    Dvarmin Regular Member

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    Low competition on google adwords doesn't mean low SEO competition... Aim for the high competition keywords...

    Also, choose a domain name that contains your keyword :)
     
  4. Elmunjo

    Elmunjo Registered Member

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    It does...
     
  5. moizk

    moizk Newbie

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    "Low competition on google adwords doesn't mean low SEO competition"

    Interesting, why is that?
     
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    Jeevs Supreme Member

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