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Mesothelioma – the latest buzz in CPC niche with high paying keywords

Updated on July 19, 2011

Mesothelioma or malignant mesothelioma has become the latest buzz in CPC niche market with its high paying keyword options. It is a rare form of cancer, mostly caused by asbestos, and damages the protective layers of the internal organs. Being a freelance writer on Odesk, Elance and other freelance writing sites, I was getting more and more assignments on this subject and I was wondering how much competition this niche has. When I searched online for the cost per click value of keywords related to this topic, I was excited to see that list. They are really a great option to earn a lucrative income.

However, one thing to understand while searching for high paying cpc words is the competition they give on the internet. It is very good to research and identify high paying keywords and build a niche website or blog on those keywords. However, if you are not able to make on to the top most pages of Google or other search engines then it is as good as building a website on any topic. It might be a good topic for internet marketing professionals. However, for people who are new into affiliate marketing need to target keywords which have searches more than 1000 per month and cpc more or less around $1. If you can produce great and unique content with a pleasing interface, the conversion rate would definitely increase leading to a more definite monthly income.

Coming again to mesothelioma, I was wondering how advertisers can pay such amounts for any keywords. How much do they earn on a single visitor? However, one thing I understand during my research is that health topics always have a higher conversion rate. If you produce a great article or a hub with factual information, descriptions and engaging people till the end, your readers would enjoy your post and read it all over. However, they might not be interested to buy any product as come to your blog or hub for some information. However, with health niche, people visit these sites for a particular solution to their painful issues and if you are able to produce a good solution to their issues, they would surely get forward and purchase the products you offer. That is the main advantage of a health niche.

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    • suvitharoja profile imageAUTHOR

      suvitharoja 

      7 years ago from India

      Thank you for this useful input. Yes, you are absolutely right. I have learnt a new thing from you today. That is the main reason mesothelioma lawyers keyword has more value.

      Btw, I read your posts, particularly why the tears and they are really great.

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      sligobay 

      7 years ago from east of the equator

      Thanks for the article. I think that the high value of mesothelioma as a keyword comes from the fact that the asbestos litigation resulted in a major Billion dollar settlement fund. Asbestos exposure is the only cause of this disease. Lawyers merely sign up the client and process an administrative claim for money for their client. There is no litigation. Lawyers make certain money on every claim. Their work determines how much compensation is due to their client.

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