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Best Mesothelioma Lawyer an Expensive Keyword

Updated on February 23, 2018
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Best Mesothelioma Lawyer
Best Mesothelioma Lawyer

It is a well known fact that lawyers make a lot of money. They live in expensive homes, drive expensive cars, wear expensive clothes and even their keywords on Google is quite expensive. Take for instance the keyword "Best Mesothelioma Lawyer." This keyword is known to have an average of at least Two hundred and fifty dollars ($250) per click. What that means that if you are a blogger like I am, and let's say that you have a website called Mesothelioma Miracles dot com. If you place Google ads on that blog, and those ads appear when a user searches for the keyword "Best Mesothelioma Lawyer." Then if the user finds the ad interesting and useful. That user will click the advertisement allowing you, the website owner to generate revenue from that click. The higher the Cost Per Click (CPC) the more money you as the blogger can make.

Sounds easy right? But it takes much more than that. If it was that easy everyone and their mamas would have mesothelioma websites up and counting google cash. But if you plan to rank well for this keyword, it is going to take blood sweat and tears and probably crossing the ice barrier to other lands on the plane. Your blog has to be very Google friendly and not just put up to generate clicks. Your content has to be long, accurate and meets the needs of Google searchers.

Why Law Keywords Are So Expensive

Many may wonder why adwords which has to do with "Law, Claims, Attorney" have to be so expensive. Well, the lawyers charge a hefty sum to their clients for each case. One click from a potential client can make that lawyer millions of dollars. If a website ad can pay $50 to $250 dollars per click for a $50,000 to $1 million dollars return, then the cost for click is absolutely justified. Yes, keywords which involves law are expensive because of the potential return. But law keywords don't stand alone in this category as there are several other expensive keywords which provide strong returns on investment.

Why Best Methothelioma Lawyer Keyword is So Expensive

This is a well targeted keyword. People will always do searches for the best of anything. if a user searches for these specific keywords and finds and article giving you pointers on how to identify the best mesothelioma lawyer, and a Google ad is displayed showing same. The lawyer or law firm which placed that ad will sure to get business from this search and click. Adding the word "best" to the keyword is a much effective way to drive traffic from the ad click to the website and hence drive sale of service. What this means is that if a keyword has potential to drive much more sales, the price paid per click may be a bit more expensive.

Best Mesothelioma Lawyer
Best Mesothelioma Lawyer

How To Target This Keyword

Don't just go put up a blogspot blog call best mesothelioma lawyer and write a couple articles and throw in two to three ads on each page and believe that Google is going to award you with high quality ads. It just doesn't work that way. You will have to ensure that your blog is an authority in the field of practicing Mesothelioma Law or that the content of your blog is extremely informative and well put together. You will need more than a dozen quality articles all stocked with useful information on Mesothelioma to get any useful ranking from the search engine giant. . Your blog has to have good age, well designed and easily navigated.

Best Ad Placement For keyword "Best Mesothelioma Lawyer."

If you plan on using these keywords on your website, you should look at places on your page which will generate the most and valuable clicks. These spots on your webpage are called hotspots. Many webmasters have indicated that you can make good revenue by placing large banners above the fold of your website. this means ads are positioned in the upper (or lower) half of a web page and so visible (or not visible) without scrolling down the page. Another good placement is to place these ads within the content of your page. Some bloggers will choose to place Large sky scrapers at the side of their blog and banner ads at the end of the post. You can mix and mingle to see which ad placement is best for you.


You can use the keyword " Best Mesothelioma Lawyer"to make money. But it will not happen overnight, it may not even happen in short term especially if your blog is brand new. This ranking will take post after post. effective social media shares which can lead to link building. You will have to write good guest post with links to your blog and use many more strategies to get your blog seen.

© 2018 Clive Williams


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    • Frank Atanacio profile image

      Frank Atanacio 

      3 years ago from Shelton

      really.. hmm .. clive honestly I kind of learned something here..

    • nikkikhan10 profile image

      Nikki Khan 

      3 years ago from London

      Hahaha,,nothing is impossible Clive,, just keep up writing.Everything will set up sooner or later :)

    • clivewilliams profile imageAUTHOR

      Clive Williams 

      3 years ago from Jamaica

      Thats true Nikki, beleive me, I have tried. The only thing left for me to do now to get Google to really notice my blog is to buy Google.........which I doubt will happen in any of my lifetiimes!

    • clivewilliams profile imageAUTHOR

      Clive Williams 

      3 years ago from Jamaica

      Yes, flourish. But as I said, It is hard to get google to give your blog these expensive ads if you don't put in the sweat. I would love to have a blog that is getting these ads. chi ching ching!

    • nikkikhan10 profile image

      Nikki Khan 

      3 years ago from London

      Amazing Clive, this is really good one, clicks give money of course but as you have said nothing happens overnight.One needs lots of patience and hard work to let it work well.

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      3 years ago from USA

      Who would have imagined a keyword would snag that much? Love the topic.


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