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What is safe for a noobie venturing into cpa-seo

Discussion in 'CPA' started by besupreme, Aug 3, 2013.

  1. besupreme

    besupreme Regular Member

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    I've been looking around the forum for this answer and only seem to have found one answer to it, but I would like to know a little more before deciding on my next move.

    I've been doing cpa-yt for about 4 months now and know how to rank videos to the first page, but I'm getting tired of getting flagged down and having to restart the whole ranking process again,I've been doing some really hot niche researching to build a website and just move into building a website and just seo on that instead.

    I've read in one thread that you should be targeting somewhere between 10k-20k competition with the keywords checked in brackets on google search, most of the niche's I have found are somewhere between 30K-300K competition which makes me wonder, "would a noobie like me manage to rank anywhere with in the first 10 pages of google".

    I must point out that i'm new to ranking pages but I not so new at building websites as I have build websites in wordpress and standard static pages.

    My main question here is what would you count as safe to target in terms of competition for a keyword if your quite new to cpa-seo and need to rank in google?.

    I've collected soo many niches but they are above the 20k bracket.

    Thanks in advance
     
  2. hvp17

    hvp17 Regular Member

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    Depends on if you do manual seo or you have startup money to buy a seo service (which is highly recommended from me).
     
  3. besupreme

    besupreme Regular Member

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    I was thinking to mix it up, I've been reading around that tier 1 should be done manual and then tier 2 can be semi automated,was thinking to invest in some tools but not quite sure,I've had mixed opinions for such tools as scrapbox,gsa and seNuke.
     
  4. besupreme

    besupreme Regular Member

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    Still a little lost with this one, I'm finding niches but when I check the comp they are like 50k-6Million :(
     
  5. FrontalLinks

    FrontalLinks Newbie

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    How exactly do you analyze your competition?
     
  6. besupreme

    besupreme Regular Member

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    I analyze my competition by typing in the KW in brackets onto google search, and it shows me the Results of the people who are using the exact KW i plan to target.
     
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    ContentLockPro Power Member Premium Member

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    You could switch into getting more videos and putting less effort on each of them, trying more niches. Will help you a little bit more in terms of expanding your experience.
     
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    Lordsenf Senior Member

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  9. Execute

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    Well the main way to start is to just try niches. Most of the time when you start in new niches you stumble onto new ideas without even trying. As well as that you can monitor the work you are doing and learn from it.

    Don't get to worried about choosing the perfect niche. Just start somewhere then perfect your strategies as you go along.