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Would you try to rank for this keyword or not ?

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by bytzu, Jan 26, 2012.

  1. bytzu

    bytzu Registered Member

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    Hello BHW members,

    i have found a keyword and EMD is availabe (.com net org) but i don't know if i should go for it or not.

    It is a category of clothing products for a specific brand. But here is the tricky part.

    Global/Local Monthly Exact Searches : 720;
    Google Search Network : 74k; !!!
    A CPC : 0.58$;

    allinurl : 8,400
    allintitle : 22,400

    I intend monetize it with Amazon or Ebay.

    So what do you think? You would try to rank it or not ?
     
  2. OzGold

    OzGold Registered Member

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    Say you get it to #1 for it's EMD (shouldn't be too hard if the .com is still available). Say you get 20% SERP CTR, that's approx 140 visits/mth. At CPC 0.58, you'd expect to get, what half that with Adsense. So 29c/click.

    If your MFA page is well organised you might get 30% CTR. 140 visits = 42 clicks = $12/month = $144/year

    Now that's assuming that you don't rank anywhere else for ANY other term and 100% of your traffic is coming though the EMD which is unlikely.

    Anyway, that's the logic
     
  3. marine584

    marine584 Registered Member

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    Then get your site taken down for breach of trade mark. The brand wont be happy you making money of their image. Stay away from brand names in your domain name.
     
  4. bytzu

    bytzu Registered Member

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    Thanks for you answer. My doubt was the about the extremely high number of searches inside gooogle network vs the exact searches.
    I remember reading a post (can't find it now) of a member saying how he almost missed a gold keyword by not checking the no. of searches inside google network and the exact number of searches was very low.