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What should competition for a good amazon-review-site keyword look like?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Minnehaha, May 3, 2017.

  1. Minnehaha

    Minnehaha Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I get people say low competition is best, but what does that mean exactly for amazon-review-sites?

    Using longtail pro i found some keywords with less than 29 competitiveness, good price, and good volume.

    However on the search engine result pages there will be 15+ amazon review sites.

    Is this what I want? Is the idea just to beat these other 15 people by making a more beautiful and compelling niche review site? As long as the SERPs aren't filled with unbeatable authority sites?

    Or maybe a good keyword has a SERP with no other niche review sites? but good price, good volume(if that even exists? and im not looking hard enough)

    Thank you for reading
     
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    When the first page is filled with other Amazon review websites, then I'd work on the keyword as long as I know I can do a better job than all of them. When I see authority sites all over the place, I'd be a little hesitant at first. But do not forget to check the competition for all your target keywords, especially longtails. For example, many use "best X" as their primary keyword. For that term, authority sites might dominate the first page. But for longtails such as "best X for X" you might have a better chance of ranking.
     
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    More than beautiful and compelling, you'll need to beat them with better links. This can get very very expensive. If they have good PBN links, you won't be able to see them so you won't know how competitive the keyword really is. If there are 10 affiliate sites already on page 1, I doubt it's an easy keyword. Most of them (if not all) will have PBN links.

    I personally like it when there are no other affiliate sites on page 1. It's hard to get such keywords but very cheap to rank them.