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suggestion for keyword with CPC greater than 1

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by devil_disaster, Apr 25, 2011.

  1. devil_disaster

    devil_disaster Newbie

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    recently while searching for rich keywords I stumbled on a keyword with nice stats..see below

    global monthly searches [exact]: 33k
    avg CPC: $1.35
    Results on Google (with quotes): 41,500,000
    total search result pages: around 55
    inlink: "keyword" : 439,000 results on google
    inurl: "keyword" : 114,000 results on google
    inlink: "keyword" inurl: "keyword" - zero results on google
    as per spyfu there is only one advertiser that advertises for this keyword though the advertiser is trustworthy organization so I guess I can assume that they will never stop using this keyword for adverts..fingers crossed..

    Below is the PR of top 10 websites:
    PR4
    PR0
    PR5
    PR3
    PR2
    PR4
    PR3
    PR4
    PR5
    PR0

    I can target the PR0 spots but here are the issues that I think might work against me:

    • the domain that I can see available is org...does a org look good with domain that is related to cellphones? I don't think that search engines use the combination of TLD with keyword to see if they look good..or do they?
    • too much search results on Google which means it has huge traffic..will it be possible to beat that?

    any suggestions? I have been reading a lot on BHW and I really need to get this Micro Niche thing working..any help is appreciated
     
    Last edited: Apr 25, 2011
  2. IntensE

    IntensE Power Member

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    look at local exact searches.

    It will take you some time though but it's a good keyword, however it's hard to say it by just looking at statistics...