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[NICHES] Orientation needed for Youtube Keyword research

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by marcelomusza, Feb 7, 2013.

  1. marcelomusza

    marcelomusza Junior Member

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    Hi guys,
    I was reading a lot lately about how to find a good niche with low competition on Youtube, and I have some doubts that I cannot answer myself, so I hope you don't mind but I would like to ask them here so you can share your opinion, and not only help me but others as well with the same inquiries..

    How to find a good niche on Youtube?
    I keep reading about people that say, just use YT keyword tool and find keywords with 10k-40k broad searches.
    That's fine, but now, how is the proper method to find more related keywords that are currently being searched using this keyword we found before?

    This is because I want to find a niche, but from that niche I would like to select a couple of long tail keywords to use that get a good amount of searches, but when I try this on YT keyword tool, I just keep getting the "not enough data", so I don't know how those keywords will perform.

    I hope you can get me to the right track, and thanks in advance for your assistance.
    Marce
     
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  2. epicz

    epicz Newbie

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    I would like to know also, thanks.
     
  3. marcelomusza

    marcelomusza Junior Member

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    any ideas guys?
     
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    rlandia Newbie

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    Hello there Marcelo, Did you succeed to find out more information about this or any related threads or advice?
     
  5. no0ne

    no0ne Junior Member

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    Just add the keywords that say "not enough data" too.They simply have low amount of searches, that's why youtube keyword tool says that.

    Also, if you want to be more sure about them use google keyword tool too.