Which keyword to choose?

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  1. Janred

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    Hi there,
    Sorry for this horrible first post. I am very happy that I found this forum, since it is full of useful information and people who know their stuff. :)

    I am about to create 3 micro niche sites around keywords with very low competition. I already decided on a keyword #1, created a basic website and started writing the first article.
    Now I am in the process of finding keyword #2. I already found a pretty interesting niche, which has 3 good keywords:


    Keyword 1


    Exact searches/month: 6600
    CPC: $5.85
    Number of words: 4
    Exact maches found via google (by typing "keyword"): 57.800
    Allintitle: 748
    Market Samurai results: KW1.PNG


    Keyword 2

    Exact searches/month: 2400
    CPC: $4.62
    Number of words: 2
    Exact maches found via google (by typing "keyword"): 48.800
    Allintitle: 3530
    Market Samurai results: KW2.PNG


    Keyword 3

    Exact searches/month: 1590
    CPC: $6.03
    Number of words: 3
    Exact maches found via google (by typing "keyword"): 214.000
    Allintitle: 1020
    Market Samurai results: KW3.PNG


    There's an EMD for each keyword available (only .net and .org though).

    So, which keyword would you guys go for? Or is none of them good to make profit?
    I don't want to rely on SEO too much, since I am pretty new to this and feel like it would be better for me to start with an easy-to-rank keyword.


    Thanks in advance!
     
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  2. johndefoe

    johndefoe Senior Member

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    We don't know what are the keywords about... It would be nice if those are product or service based and convert well..

    Btw, all 3 look good, competition is low. Good job! :)
     
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    Google took away the seo tool and now have called it something else.
     
  4. Janred

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    Yes, they are all based around a product which belongs to the health niche!
     
  5. Janred

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    Bump.
    I am still unsure... I decided not to go for #2 though, because looking at the competition it seems too hard to rank.
    Would it be a bad idea to make a separate website for #1 and #3, even though they basically belong to the same niche?

    And another little question: what is the usual traffic percentage for a non-Nb.1 ranking website? Like for example rank 5?
    Because I guess a rank from 5-10 would not be too hard to achieve with either of the two keywords.
     
  6. mickyfu

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    None, I would not base my whole income on AdSense, I would base my sites round other sources of income, AdSense being a bit on the side.
     
  7. Janred

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    What do you suggest then? I felt like adsense would be a good starting point, because I would not have to invest a whole lot, instead of the costs for domains and hosting.
    But I am very open for alternatives! :)
     
  8. mickyfu

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    I just would not waste my time making money for a company which is known to use any shitty trick in the book, not to pay. I would just stick to affiliate marketing for reputable companies.