Will Anyone help in finding the best paid keywords for google?
go to this hub http://hubpages.com/hub/Choose-your-key … mum-return this gives you information on how to choose keywords, what free tools to use, and explains about content. This is my first real hub and took me nearly 4 hours to complete if you like please vote and or leave a comment.
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Do a search on Google. You'll find many links that post the highest keywords.. Mesothiloma is a high paid one for example.
The trick is to finding a balance between a good paying keyword, and a subject that people are actually going to be clicking on..
I use this tool to get an idea about what keywords are going for.
I second sunstreek's recommendation - Adwords is a great tool. It gives you loads of related keywords too. You still need to come up with the original keyword ideas.
But it doesn't just tell you the value of keywords but also how popular the words are in terms of search and how competitive they are from the advertisers perspective.
I have found several high paying keyword lists online but I am wondering if they are just recycled lists that are out of date, some of the keywords are so competitive that there is no way a newbie could rank for that keyword in the search engines, not to mention if the search traffic will actually click on the ads related to the keyword. So I would like to know the secret if anyone finds out.
You may have the best paying keywords but your competitors will be thousands of webpages with a PR of 6-plus. I believe the issue of keywords and evergreen contents is well covered in the hub How to Make Money with Google AdSense by Paul Edmondson.
Testing A Niche With The Google AdWords Keyword Tool - Video Tutorial - Make Money Online Right Now!
http://hubpages.com/hub/Find-the-Niches … ompetition
It's not always the keyword though, it's sometimes getting the phrase right like " How do I beat my panic attack ". So you have to think what would you type in if you were searching.
The best keyword only counts if you rank in the search engines and your copy is so compelling someone clicks and ad or buys a product.
If you go for the high-paying word or phrase, you better be able to beat out a lot of competition.
Couldn't agree more, best going for a niche and putting in loads of phrases over a mumber of hubs and building on that.
I have had very good success so far by choosing keywords that have a lot of relevant ads, but aren't necessarily the highest paying keywords. There is no way that I can write about Mesothelioma and earn because there are millions of pages out there. No one will ever find my site. If I write about things that have lower payouts, but less competition, I'm still able to make fairly good money. I just have to write a lot more content to make up for it.
IMO if a hubber is looking to cash in on Adsense it is best to forget high ranking keywords that are usually for products geared to intellectuals or professionals and best to target the older, and not so computer literate internet population. I say this because everytime i watch one of these persons go online they seem to automatically go for the sponsored links....just my opinion though.
Adsense is good for coffee money and i doubt it will ever be anything but that for me....
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