Bovie here. I have created my Second website! Everone always talks about not keeping all your eggs in one basket and all that. IM is not my full time job its just something i do in my spare time, but i'd thought id make another one, plus its good fun.
So anyway!... My website is reviewing a product with the opportunity to buy from Amazon, its not a very competative Niche, and my target keyword gets
- 40,500 Broad
- 8,100 Exact
- 5,400 from the US (exact)
- 1,000 from the UK (exact)
- Less than 20k Competing pages
- Two LSI keywords have 40k Competing and 3k - both 6000 exact search
- Is a buying keyword
- Is Evergreen
Now i haven't made this site with me thinking yeah its going to make me a ton of money, its a subject that i love and its also my job and its quite hard to find information on this product with real reviews, so i wanted to share what i know with people (i really go out of my way to help people in life and work) If it does make money then thats an added bonus.
Onto my question. My Competitor (i could say my only in this keyword) is Number1 on Google US (onsite SEO isn't fully done, and low backlinks - around 100 all PR0. And he or she ranks around 7/8 on Google.co.uk (Where i live) but only Advertises for US Citizens (only $$$)
Should I, on my .com website advertise both $ and Pounds (US Keyboard!)? I know it makes perfect sence to do so, but this being my first Product Niche website i thought i would ask.
Would it be good to do it with two buttons like buy now for $149.99 (link to amazon.com) and one Buy now for £100 (link to amazon.co.uk) with comparable more expensive prices above them - Which arnt links to anywhere
Or Make Two seperate websites?
I had alot of help from James Sides - Niche Predators WSO (NOT an Affiliate Link)