My New KW...Tell me If it will work?

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Hey

I am tired, sick and tired, of getting almost no organic traffic.

I want to get good organic traffic and feel good. I see lots of Warriors preaching success and proft. I figure, even if 90 percent are full of beans, thats a big number of warriors making SICK BANK WITH ADSENSE. I want to make sick bank with ADSENSE.

If I have a blogspot that gets good organic traffic and decent Adsense Click money then I will feel good and start snapping up those Godaddy Domains like a boss.

I was searching for something that i could write real good content for that was also LOW COMPETITION.

I found one KW...well 2.

Here are the stats.

Low 1,600 880 $0.97
Low 1,000 590 $1.07



My only question is....the particular KW....i dont see much "sales potential" from my new KW.

For instance....I have a sweet LIPOSUCTION site. I see the value there. Doctors advertising their fat sucking shops to people. Heck yes.


But the competition is too steep, man. Too steep.



For my new key words...I can think of only 1 thing peopel would buy in relaion to the Nitsche. But it is low competition...i could pump out some real sweet knowledge on it.



How are these numbers. How do they look.

Low 1,600 880 $0.97
Low 1,000 590 $1.07


One point is that I could write some real good content.

Here is the skinny on this plan, people.

I want to get some sweet Organic Traffic and some sweet Click money.

I will only be using Blogspot until I can prove to Myself that this Adsense Hustle is legit


I don't want to be backlinking like a dog no more. Check my liposuction site. 900+ backlinkgs and zilch on the organic traffic. Granted, like Hugh, that maybe 80 percent of those 900 bl are dupes.

What you think?


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  • Profile picture of the author RimaNaj2011
    Starting out, I don't think those numbers are too bad. Especially if you build up and rank for a lot of keywords with those search figures. The CPC isn't that bad either for a beginner but search and see if there's other ways to monetize it besides Adsense.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jordan Kovats
    What you think is good traffic and what is good traffic are two different things. What does the Google adwords keyword tool tell you for your keywords in exact match? Over a thusand, a few hundred?

    Years ago, I thought I had a good keyword, several thousand searches, ranked number 1, wondered why I had f-all traffic, realized after choosing exact match, that the 12 times a month that term was search, explained my traffic.
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  • Profile picture of the author James-
    You are wasting you time with those numbers. Get to #1 for a term that gets 1600 a month is not going to bring you any revenue worth having from adsense, unless you are getting seriously high CPCs. That $0.97 I am assuming you are getting from GAKT, we are interested in what is given out for the content network, so you can expect to half that and then take 68% or so from the half value. Doesnt leave you with much!

    Also in my opinion ignore what the CPC says. The contextual CPC is more relevant, but even then the numbers are way off, dont look into it.

    As long as there are plenty of adwords advertisers bidding on your keyword, the keyword is ok to go for if there is sufficient search volume. Ignore all these idiots that say 'go for a term that has around 3000 UV per month' because it will be easier to rank.

    I have a term that brings in 1500+ UV a day and makes me over £100+, (not a high paying niche at all) and it was easy to rank for, you just have to do your research!
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  • hey,
    I think you are lacking because of lack of SEO techniques. If you will improve your SEO techniques then your numbers will deferentially increase.
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    • Profile picture of the author mrgood
      Yes, listen to James, he is right here.
      1600 month views is about 50 visits a day. An this isn't a case even if you are on page one in the first place. Because then you will get 75 % of this number, and that means you will get about 40 visits a day. Lets now assume that you CTR is a 5 % (which is average), that would be a 2 clicks per day. And the ppc that shows GKT isn't accurate, because you will get only 60 % of that in the best case. That means if the ppc is 1$, you will get .60 $.
      2 clicks*.60 $*30 days=36 $ per month. If you are satisfied with this (I doubt you are) then go for it !
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  • Profile picture of the author unikbit
    James, what do you mean by "suficient search volume"?

    thx
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    • Profile picture of the author James-
      Originally Posted by unikbit View Post

      James, what do you mean by "suficient search volume"?

      thx
      I mean, you should be looking at a search term that brings in enough traffic to make a site worthwhile.

      Since we are talking AdSense here, you can expect an average click to be around $0.30-50 (according to what I get anyway, for terms that aren't too competitive). Question is how much do you want to make a day to make a site worthwhile to you?

      Persoanlly I cant be bothered going for terms less than 10,000 exact local searches. To give you an idea, I have a term I am ranked #1 for that gets 9,900 exact local searches per month. This brings me in around £6 a day.

      Before building sites you need to do the math and work out what you expect to receive to determine if what you want to do is worthwhile. As previuosuly mentioned, #1 receives around 42% or so of all searches. So my 9,900 keyword gets on average 130 hits a day (actually it doesnt, sometimes it is 200, sometimes it is 60... but thats expected.

      Anyway... out of that 130 expect a modest CTR of 10% unless you are using a highly optimzied theme. 10% CTR leaves you with 13 clicks a day. 13 clicks at say $0.40 = $5ish. Now you know all that, do you want to go for a term that has 1600 local searches!? I think not! Certainly not for AdSense.
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  • Profile picture of the author GeorgR.
    1600 is as good as nothing. Skip this. Below 6000/month LOCAL/EXACT is a waste...and i am talking that you would already be #1 in Google for a keyword and STILL would not see any traffic for those keywords!

    Also..i would skip blogspot for Adsense for various reasons. (click fraud etc. and other reasons)
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      Originally Posted by GeorgR. View Post

      1600 is as good as nothing. Skip this. Below 6000/month LOCAL/EXACT is a waste...and i am talking that you would already be #1 in Google for a keyword and STILL would not see any traffic for those keywords!

      Also..i would skip blogspot for Adsense for various reasons. (click fraud etc. and other reasons)
      That's not true. I have a keyword that Google keyword tool says gets 1000 searches a month. I'm ranked #10-11 and I get about 150-180 visits a day, 300-400 page views a day. There's crazy long tail traffic.

      Another site I have is 1300 searches a month and I'm ranked #3....doesn't get too many views but I have a good CTR so that site makes $2-3 a day. I don't think it's a waste since it took no effort to rank the site and I don't build backlinks to it consistently.

      Plus since he's new to SEO, I think it's better to go for the low hanging fruit to build up some motivation seeing a few clicks than to try to get something competitive.
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  • Profile picture of the author GeorgR.
    1600 month views is about 50 visits a day.
    Not really. 1600 searches (SEARCHES!) means that if you are #1 on google you will get theoretically 40% of this to your site.

    ( Why you Don’t Get Any Sales! Internet Marketing Math Explained )

    Those are 640 *potential* hits on your site..PER MONTH...which are 20 per day. How many of them will click? If you get more than $0.10/day with this i would be surprised. And as said..this is already if you are #1 in Google!
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  • Profile picture of the author spoiledkid01
    That LOW LOW means there is less competition in between ads. Not among websites (:
    You have to look for the competition for yourself by analyzing the first 10 websites that comes up with the result. DONT RUSH IT DUDE ... This online thing is not a bed of roses
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  • Profile picture of the author bhuff85
    What a lot of people appear to be missing is that those 1,600 searches look like GLOBAL searches to me. Look next to those figures and you will see 880 and 590, which look like LOCAL search volume figures.

    Anything less than 1,000 locally is bad, unless you're selling a high-ticket product that is laser targeted and only needs to bank a few sales a month to pull in a few hundred or a couple grand.

    I tend to agree with George, as I usually shoot for at least 5,000 LOCAL exact searches per month on any keyword. Sometimes this can yield more competition, but that's never a bad thing, as it shows me there is money in that keyword. If it takes a little longer to rank, so be it.

    At these numbers though, I would doubt you'll see very little (if any) traffic from it. There are plenty of good keywords out there - you just gotta dig a little deeper.
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    • Profile picture of the author JuicerFan
      Originally Posted by bhuff85 View Post

      What a lot of people appear to be missing is that those 1,600 searches look like GLOBAL searches to me. Look next to those figures and you will see 880 and 590, which look like LOCAL search volume figures.

      Anything less than 1,000 locally is bad, unless you're selling a high-ticket product that is laser targeted and only needs to bank a few sales a month to pull in a few hundred or a couple grand.

      I tend to agree with George, as I usually shoot for at least 5,000 LOCAL exact searches per month on any keyword. Sometimes this can yield more competition, but that's never a bad thing, as it shows me there is money in that keyword. If it takes a little longer to rank, so be it.

      At these numbers though, I would doubt you'll see very little (if any) traffic from it. There are plenty of good keywords out there - you just gotta dig a little deeper.
      Yes, those are global/local.

      I am new to Adsense hustle. I am looking to get ranked for something and hit the top three spots so I can get some sweet Organic traffic.

      I chose something with low competition ( am i misunderstanding this, I am under the impression there is less competition...ergo easier to rank ).

      I also chose something that don't bore me to tears. I can write super slick and informative articles on. Of course, it aint something I can see much money in, can't imagine what the ads would be fore.

      Also the keyword had actual numbers...

      Turns out my current blogspot, I am ranking for keywords that dont get searched. OH NO!!!

      Once I set this sweet little spot up and I get some ORGANC hits, even like 10 bucks, I will say, hey this Adsense hustle is working real nice.

      Then I might move on to a real domain with cash money.



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  • Profile picture of the author AfteraDream
    Are you even allowed to use Adsense on Blogspot blogs? What you're too cheap to spend 10 bucks on domain and 10 on hosting? Seriously, I don't think blogspot even will let you have ads. If they do, your .blogspot.com domain won't help the ranks as having at least partial match domain would be a nice thing.


    You have to check out the strength of top 10 competition on your Google first page, then you decide if it's good enough. 1600 searches is fine, if it earns you 20 bucks a month that's $240 a year. Take $100 for making it, means it's $140 of profit. Get 10 of those and you're set to get full-time income. Also, target additional long-tail keywords and that will bring in more visits too.

    Check out SEMRush.com and see what stats they show, they seem to be more correct from what I've heard than Google's keyword tool.
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    • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
      Originally Posted by AfteraDream View Post

      Are you even allowed to use Adsense on Blogspot blogs? What you're too cheap to spend 10 bucks on domain and 10 on hosting? Seriously, I don't think blogspot even will let you have ads. If they do, your .blogspot.com domain won't help the ranks as having at least partial match domain would be a nice thing.
      Jesus Christ. Really? You do realize that Google owns Blogspot? Yeah, they are not going to allow their own ads on their own service. That is brilliant. And it really is not harder to rank a Blogspot site as it is to rank anything else. Before you go bashing someone else's plan, you might want to make sure you know what the heck you are talking about.

      Using a free service like Blogspot is not a bad way to get your feet wet in internet marketing. In fact, there are some very successful internet marketers who started by using Blogspot and continue to use it.
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      • Profile picture of the author AfteraDream
        Originally Posted by MikeFriedman View Post

        Jesus Christ. Really? You do realize that Google owns Blogspot? Yeah, they are not going to allow their own ads on their own service. That is brilliant. And it really is not harder to rank a Blogspot site as it is to rank anything else. Before you go bashing someone else's plan, you might want to make sure you know what the heck you are talking about.

        Using a free service like Blogspot is not a bad way to get your feet wet in internet marketing. In fact, there are some very successful internet marketers who started by using Blogspot and continue to use it.
        I doubted the info and I don't see a reason to not buy a hosting and a domain. You can definitely start blogging with Blogspot but does it suit Adsense business model best? Is Wordpress that much harder than Blogspot knowing it's versality?
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        • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
          Originally Posted by AfteraDream View Post

          I doubted the info and I don't see a reason to not buy a hosting and a domain. You can definitely start blogging with Blogspot but does it suit Adsense business model best? Is Wordpress that much harder than Blogspot knowing it's versality?
          There are certainly advantages to hosting and a domain, but there is no reason to berate someone for not going with that model. You can be highly successful without every using your own domain.

          And there are those who would argue that Blogspot is far easier to use than Wordpress. Not saying I am one of them, but there are quite a few people that wouldn't go near Wordpress.
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  • Profile picture of the author BigNorm
    I would go after those keywords, not all low search KW's are duds. If you can rank 12 articles on the first page of Google from one domain you'll get additional traffic from other related search terms which Google feels your site targets and will provide quality content to it's users. I have sites getting over 9000 UV's a month, over 20k+ of page views made up of low search low competition keywords.

    To be honest there is no right or wrong answer to your question as everyone works differently. What works for one person may not work well for another due to their methods. Everyone has their own special secret sauce which helps them make money and it works for the methods they impose. If you feel you can rank these keywords and additional related searches turned articles one the first page of Google and drive traffic to them, then do it. If it doesn't work out, you have an established site with traffic which you can then flip.
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  • Profile picture of the author BigNorm
    To be honest, I would move onto a real domain now. You may think your saving money and time by not using a real domain and using a free service but all your doing is doubling your work load. If it works, you'll have to start over again driving organic traffic to your new domain. Instead, buy a domain and use it to test different methods of driving traffic it to it and write content for update it regularly, no PPC though, thats a big no no in Googles book if you have Adsense on your site. No use driving traffic for someone else and splitting your Adsense revenue with them if you can keep it all to yourself.
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