Is this a niche I can attack?

by MoaddinFM 7 replies
Hi, I´m a little bit excited and here is why:

After doing some keyword research in a market where money can definitely be made I found out this:

A long-tail keyword with > 1000 searches a day ( Checked with Google KWTool)
Google competition for this is big -> over 3 million pages
If I put the keyword in quotation marks -> 10% of it, so around 300k pages

Now its getting interesting:

Doing the research with "" I found out for the first 5 spots on Google with the links command: 1 page has ~ 2k backlinks (not #1), the other 4 under 1k each. <- This is definitely doable

Doing the allintitle research there were 30k/1k competitors (w/o and with qoutatation marks)


That are the facts:

What are the chances of getting a peace of the cake? Can I attack this niche or is the competition too hard to get something out of it.

About the fact that searching with "keyword" the #1 spot can definitely be taken over by me. Does that make any sense? Are people actually searching in google with "" marks?

Any answer would be appreciated
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  • Profile picture of the author jhongren
    Before attacking on the niche, if I were you, I would ask myself these few questions:
    1. Do I have enough knowledge in this area?
    2. If yes, what are my strategies?
    3. Do I see myself doing this niche for the next 3 to 5 years?
    4. Am I happy doing this?

    My 2 cents,
    John
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    • Profile picture of the author MoaddinFM
      I can answer all with yes, experience, knowledge, fun, writing skills and ideas, a service to promote etc.

      I also have a strategy. I am doing the flowcharts right now and want to tweak them here and there, because I have to implement a backlink strategy. But there are alot of forums and blogs and I know about the topic, so this would not be a problem and linking strategies are longterm.

      But as the efforts could take 1-2 months to take effect....

      I want to know: How does the fact of the top spots in google for the keyword in quotations affect my strategy?

      I can make it there, no questions asked, but does this make sense? Are people actually searching for sites with quotation marks?

      Sorry for being so newbielike, but I don´t have experience in SEO, cause I´m more a product creator than a SEO expert and membership sites are promoted via PPC

      So basically I am doing a research and don´t know what to deduct from my results
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      • Profile picture of the author tj
        Originally Posted by MoaddinFM View Post

        I can answer all with yes, experience, knowledge, fun, writing skills and ideas, a service to promote etc.

        I also have a strategy. I am doing the flowcharts right now and want to tweak them here and there, because I have to implement a backlink strategy. But there are alot of forums and blogs and I know about the topic, so this would not be a problem and linking strategies are longterm.

        But as the efforts could take 1-2 months to take effect....

        I want to know: How does the fact of the top spots in google for the keyword in quotations affect my strategy?

        I can make it there, no questions asked, but does this make sense? Are people actually searching for sites with quotation marks?

        Sorry for being so newbielike, but I don´t have experience in SEO, cause I´m more a product creator than a SEO expert and membership sites are promoted via PPC

        So basically I am doing a research and don´t know what to deduct from my results
        Martin, a little bit off topic - I assume that you check keywords from a german ip address. So will get anyway different results as when you check keywords from an ip address in the USA.

        Timo
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        • Profile picture of the author MoaddinFM
          Nope, I made the reserch in Google - english

          In the keyword tool I used language: english, wordwide. I think this should be okay as german google delivers different results.
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          • Profile picture of the author Frank Bruno
            Just do it and quit over analyzing. Thats the best way to approach it.

            By the time you finish answering all your internal questions you could have a few webpages up and started on some articles & videos.

            You got to get things to the market fast and move on. Don't make it your life love or marry it. Put it up then move on and do it again in another niche or sub niche.

            keep the momentum going...

            Then go back and add to it, or tweak it for conversions,etc.


            Frank Bruno
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