Hi friends, has any one written a bub listing some high paying keywords?
Do i just put any word in goodle to see if it is a key word
Ok use this tool ok it gives you the best phrases, but then go to the right and use the pull down menu and pick top clicks and it shows you the top paying related clicks. Its what I use to write my hubs.
Oh snap! Love this link, thanks cabin girl!
Oh I see, so you guys finally got the hook up.
Bit like that Spice Girls song " Two Become One "
I will never chuck you, what you have done for me is too good for a Ugandan man
We are a commmunity my friend, you write well and using that will benefit you 6 months from now. Enjoy yer weekend and take care with yer title, if the traffic isnt good go back and change the title until the traffic is constant. But you will do well, that I know !
Thanx, its midnight here, i have to go to bed. i have added you among my fans
99.9% of keyword lists floating around the web are totally useless.
Google keyword tool is a great first step, but only gives you part of the information you need.
You also need to know how many other websites are competing for the keyword you have chosen.
you'll be very disappointed if you are trying to get ranked for a keyword that a million other websites are also trying to get to the top of Google.
The ideal situation is to find a high paying keyword that many people are searching for, and there are not many other sites competing with you.
These are very hard to find.
The best keywords are those that you research and find yourslf.
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Just play about with it, think of a topic you want to write about then think of a good title. Then see how much it pays, I only realised after I did 2 tattoo hubs that tattoos only pays about 4 cents a click wheras Vasectomy Reversal pays like alomst 7 dollars. Just pick a topic you like but also make it one that pays you and deff get your title right. Good luck !
Now you want to be rated high in Google so go with one that has only like 8,000 views a month because if you hit the top spot that will get you at least 50 views a day. I used it for my Peaches Geldof hub and hit the top 3 in Google but didnt use the click value, use it wisely and in time it will pay you well.
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