So I typed google wonder wheel into ..well, google
http://www.google.com/search?q=google+w … =firefox-a
View at EasyCaptures.com
now, thats a damn lucky, clever move
and in unrelated news just found a keyword with these stats
Monthly searches 18,100 eCPC $77.87
Completely unusable, (of course) but its the highest I have seen yet.
Whats the highest you have found? and was it rankable?
I assume a hub on the google wonder wheel is in production now?
nope, Susana S already wrote a very good one.
The term I found was completely unrelated to "google wonder wheel" I was looking for the wonder wheel URL to add to the HP/60Dc toolbar
I cant spill the beans on the term only because its related to others I was pursuing, I hvae a 3 month backlog (if not more) of new terms I want to explore
@sunforged Now I am curious I will have to check out Susana's hub on "google wonder wheel".
That site is for sale, however if you had the audacity to take it on, I think you could beat that site in the rankings in a few months. From a purely on page perspective there is not really much going for that site!
Thanks SF, Susana S has a nice one about wonder wheel!
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