When you find a keyword with high CPC then what?
I have seen allot of people going on about getting high CPC keywords with low competition but once you find some what on earth do you do with them? Hub pages chooses its own adds, I don't get it? Do they expect you to make your own website and target the keywords or something?
Google Adsense displays ads based on the content of the page, so if you find a high CPC keyword phrase, then you can expect Google Adsense ads to pay more for that page than on other pages.
The trick is to find keyword phrases with high CPCs, low competition, and lots of searches. Finding one of those three qualities in a phrase is easy, finding two is harder, and finding all three is almost impossible.
well said nocreditneeded I agree totally with you on this one.
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