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Ultimate niche finder tutorial

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by rockme12, Nov 15, 2012.

  1. rockme12

    rockme12 Regular Member

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    I am wondering. What stats make a good keyword. Like a really good keyword. I want to know what monthly search range etc. How many search results and those kinds

    Thank you.
     
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    rockme12 Regular Member

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    Bump. Anyone?
     
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    IMPromocoder Newbie

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    I think you question is just too general for anyone to relate to.
    A good keyword? It depends on your budget and experience (some keywords are worth a lot of $$ , so you just can win those as a small marketer),
    It depends on the $$ value of those keywords, it depends on the competition for that keyword and it depends on you - how can you monetize a specific KW. For example, maybe there's a KW that is searched a lot, but its not a monetized word, but you got a great idea of how to turn that traffic into money, so to you it's a great KW.
    So, in sum, you should be looking for moderate amount of searches (depends on your audience) but to me its anything below 30,000 a month, and I look at the competition and what is the earnings potential of that KW.
    There are obviously plenty of KW suggestion tool to do that for you, find good words with descent traffic, search for competition and etc.
    Good luck.