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How to do Keyword Research for High CPC Keywords ?

  1. techniche profile image66
    technicheposted 5 years ago

    How to do Keyword Research for High CPC Keywords ?

  2. ShootersCenter profile image73
    ShootersCenterposted 5 years ago

    I use freekeyworddiscovery.com or Google's wordtracker, they're easy to use and will improve rankings.

  3. wqaindia profile image81
    wqaindiaposted 5 years ago

    There is nothing like High paying CPC Keywords for publishers. It is for the advertisers. Try Google Adwords to advertise your published work and see if you will like the high  paying CPC Keywords or Low Paying CPC Keywords. Somebody's Gain in Somebody's Loss. Is it not? Google will never like to drift away its advertisers by telling high paying CPC keywords to the publishers.

    1. techniche profile image66
      technicheposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      I know the basic you have written over there Sir. I want to know how particularly we can search those specific keywords.

  4. Susana S profile image96
    Susana Sposted 5 years ago

    I use google's keyword tool most of the time. Make sure you uncheck the broad match checkbox and check the exact checkbox whenever you're doing keyword research. You can waste a great deal of time if you don't!

    Have a think about products and services that produce high returns e.g. mortgages, lawyer services, credit cards, high tech products.

    Get a good list of ideas together and try out some keywords in the tool to see what the CPC is, plus traffic levels.

    - Remember that even if you are Number 1 in the search results for a particular term you'll most likely only get 50% of the traffic.

    - Usually only 1 or 2 people per 100 visitors will click an ad.

    - Also remember that ads on the display network are usually a lot cheaper than those on the search network so you're unlikely to get the highest amount shown for a click. 

    - In fact you will only ever get 68% of the click value as that is the proportion google pays to advertisers.

    - Check out the competing websites that are currently ranking on page 1 for that *particular phrase* to see if they're actually beatable. (In most cases, any phrase with a high CPC has heaps of competition and would take years and a great deal of money to beat).

    - If you're lucky enough to find a phrase with beatable competition set to work on creating the very best possible page on that query.

    - You may want to experiment with turning off interest based ads (those annoying ads that follow us around) so that your content shows content based ads (the actual ads you have built the page for).

    - If you have found a low comp high return phrase have a look around for a suitable affiliate program that would add value for your visitors. Much more money can be made from a good affiliate program than ad clicks.

    Here's a good hub on the topic of good keyword research that explains it all in far more depth >> http://sunforged.hubpages.com/hub/Keywo … g-keywords

  5. MikeNV profile image81
    MikeNVposted 5 years ago

    If you're looking to make money from Adsense as a publisher forget about CPC.  Look for Industries with deep pockets and a whole lot of Advertisers.

    Here's Why:  Google may charge an Advertiser $5 for a single click, and a click from you page may pay you 2 cents for the $5 click you generate.  Googles magic payment formula is not based on an Absolute Dollar value.

    A high paying low volume industry may have the $5 click for the first 2 positions and could drop dramatically to pennies per click for the others. Again Google will make automatic adjustments.

    So pick an industry with a wide pool of advertisers, generate content that attracts visitors and keeps them on your site.  And that's how you win at the Adsense game these days.