I decided to have a bit of a play with the google keyword tool just now as I was a bit bored. Just put in a really wide topic type of keyword in and had it organized by estimaged CPC value, most expensive on top and found one worth $327.86!!!!
A related keyword might actually be worth trying for too, worth $153.35, with better global monthly searches and 120,000 organic hits in google.
What is this keyword!
Maybe you should write a hub about it - one click and payout!
My'n is around £180 or $281, but if you can't rank for the keyword its irrelevant really, but o well.
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