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The Most Expensive Keywords in Google Adwords

Discussion in 'Adwords' started by backlinksrockstar, Oct 8, 2012.

  1. backlinksrockstar

    backlinksrockstar Newbie

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    I found this today while surfing through the web. Very interesting. An infographic on the most expensive keywords in Google Adwords. :) h t t p : // visual.ly/ most - expensive - keywords - google - updates - october - 2012 (can't paste a link).
     
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  2. ice41

    ice41 Power Member

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    Here is the link
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    http://visual.ly/most-expensive-keywords-google-updates-october-2012
     
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    jascoken Senior Member

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    It honestly begars belief, with the amount of wasted/research/illegal clicks that are out there, that any company can make an ROI at those levels...

    It just goes to show the level of profit that must exist in those sectors.
     
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    netmoney1 Executive VIP

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    Those are some CRAZY numbers...really makes you think how large the internet game is :)
     
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    lol, imagine.. what would be the world like if google did not exist?
     
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    doctorppi Registered Member

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    Yeah but on the flip side: imagine how much the webmasters with the ads are making :D

    I see a preponderance of business orientated stuff there interestingly.