there is a vast list of high paying keywords on the net.Are they HIGH PAYING in reality?
Apparently you published a hub on it. So you tell us.
When you add up the potential to multiply by 100, what do you think?
And If I used high paying keywords in my high paying keywords hub about high paying keywords several times in the first paragraph and then added high paying keywords another time or even high paying keywords instead I think it might seem as though I was stuffing the phrase "high paying keywords.
Im not sure what kind of answer your looking for here.
Yes, the higher the cpc the more you are likely to get for a click.
But the cpc is how much it recommends that YOU BID for a click based on those keywords.
How much you get for that click is likely to be half of the amount. Bear in mind that the cost per click is relative to the competition within the related fields, those clicks are going to be very difficult to compete for.
I think you try different methods of SEM, give them time to work, analyze the results. Keep using the marketing if it works, throw it out if it doesn't, tweak it, if it seems just okay.
they work only when it is a secret, when more than 500 people use these words they become low paying ones
by Info Bucket 8 years ago
I heard that Adsense will even give $30 for one click if we put high paying keywords in our articles, will this work?? If yes, give me some high paying keywords....
by Susana Serer 9 years ago
I've stumbled on some keywords using the google keyword tool that have very high cost per click. How do i use them to create money making hubs? Any input gladly received
by Robthom43921717 9 years ago
Hello, I have found a high paying keyword with low competition but not a lot of traffic. So when i went on google traffic estimator I was expecting it to show 1 or 2 clicks a day but it came up with 150-200 clicks a day.This can't be right can it?????
by Dennis L. Page 6 years ago
Please explain in detail how to pick high paying keywords?Although I have been writing for years, my weakness is in marketing my finished products. For those of us of the older generation, would someone please explain in the vernacular how to pick high paying keywords? Someone asked how they...
by N. Ramius 9 years ago
Is there any downside to using say 2 or 3 high paying targeted keywords and a dozen or so low paying targeted keywords in the same article if they all show up in the article?
by Isaac Asante 4 years ago
Hi guys,For a while I've been using Google's Keyword Tool to research high-paying keywords and their estimate monthly traffic. Normally, what I do is that I look for Low competition keywords with around 1,000 monthly searches, and less than a million results in Google Search, then I look at the...
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