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What do you consider a great niche keyword/field?

 8:37 pm on Mar 20, 2007 (gmt 0)


- It has average business/aff. marketing/adsense potential (not bears or butterflies or something)

- You know the topic enough to actually create content about it

- the #1 ranking site has about 300 backlinks

I know, I know..I'm a bit too thorough lol but I'm really just curious what other webmasters' expectations are as I don't know any other webmasters/online marketers in person...

How high would the search volume per month have to be to you, so you'd consider it a great niche?



 11:08 pm on Mar 22, 2007 (gmt 0)

I really donít think that I aim that high:

Between 3000 and 15000 searches a month

With up to 15 million results in Google. Also has to have a high payout for each lead/sale/click/referal, etc.

Then it depends on how relevant and authoritive the sites that appear are. If they are a bunch of myspace profiles, obviously I fancy my chances.

I suppose there are guys here that wouldn't get out of bed for less than 50,000 searches a month.

What does it take to interest you?

[edited by: PaulHudson at 11:10 pm (utc) on Mar. 22, 2007]


 9:18 pm on Mar 26, 2007 (gmt 0)

I'm not sure about that, yet, that's why I was asking to see what other people consider a good keyword ^^ (but I see, that it's hard to tell because long tails have better conversion rates..and some might sell high ticket items, whereas others can only make a few bucks..)

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