Question on keywords. When selecting keywords should you consider the competition?
How should you select keywords? Do you go with the least competition the most? The highest searches? How should you select your keywords? Is the keyword used in the title or the url?
Highest competition, average pay rate for ads are the basics i used.
I try to them on titles but also depends on the subject.
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