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What are the keywords that gives most money per click?

Is there a list?

     

leifwessman

9:31 pm on Jul 8, 2003 (gmt 0)

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In order to earn as much as possible with AdSense I'm planning to create pages (with relevant content) for the keywords that gives most money per klick. But, how can I find those keywords or areas?

I think I've read that the players in the casino-area pays a lot. But the Google Adsense TOS says that Casino-websites may not display AdSense ads. What other areas are there to focus on?

Is there a list somewhere?

Leif

kila_m

10:11 pm on Jul 8, 2003 (gmt 0)

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How long do you think it will be before google rejects your site due to poor quality traffic? Sure your make A couple hundred $ but it wont last.

Symbios

10:33 pm on Jul 8, 2003 (gmt 0)

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If your that good at generating traffic for the high value search terms then your efforts would be better spent in finding partners that would be willing to profit share and setting up a longer term relationship.

leifwessman

10:53 pm on Jul 8, 2003 (gmt 0)

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How long do you think it will be before google rejects your site due to poor quality traffic?

Can they do that? What's the limit? Anyway, as I said - I have good quality traffic on most of my pages.

Leif

europeforvisitors

3:09 am on Jul 9, 2003 (gmt 0)



But will you have good-quality pages if you're choosing a topic simply because you think it has commercial potential? (If Google has any sense, it won't approve quickie sites that were put together to profit from targeted keywords. The last thing the Web needs is thousands of opportunistic half-dozen-page "content sites" on Viagra, weight-loss remedies, hotels, and posters of celebrities who are enjoying their 15 minutes of fame.)

woop01

4:02 am on Jul 9, 2003 (gmt 0)

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Google is going to have to figure out something to do about people like this. Between publishers who want the clicks to open in a new window so they don't lose their visitors and publishers like this who are openly planning on designing sites to 'generated high priced clicks' it's a scary idea for advertisers.

mickmel

4:08 am on Jul 9, 2003 (gmt 0)

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This could become a great example of the answer to many publishers's dreams (high CPM with no pop-ups), only to be crushed by too many publishers getting greedy and saying "that's great, but how can I squeeze even more out of this?"

cornwall

9:47 am on Jul 9, 2003 (gmt 0)

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>>In order to earn as much as possible with AdSense I'm planning to create pages (with relevant content) for the keywords that gives most money per klick. But, how can I find those keywords or areas <<

I had to smile when I read this. You can learn many things here at WebmasterWorld, but the secret of finding the holy grail is not one of them.

Members will talk about many things, but if any of us found/have found the keywords that give the most money per click, then they are inevitably going to keep quiet.

....quiet, just like the guy that discovered the secret of 100% sucess with the Google algo - publish it here and they will change it!

Dave_Hawley

9:53 am on Jul 9, 2003 (gmt 0)



RE: Between publishers who want the clicks to open in a new window so they don't lose their visitors

I can see nothing wrong in that. I would consider it a Win-win situation.

Dave

woop01

1:34 pm on Jul 9, 2003 (gmt 0)

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I can see nothing wrong in that. I would consider it a Win-win situation.

Are you a publisher or advertiser?

springnet

1:06 pm on Aug 3, 2003 (gmt 0)



There are sites making over $3 grand per month. The way to find out is to study their keywords and study their content. There's no "holy grail" except that which consists of blood, sweat and tears. You can find pointers to some of the high traffic sites at <snip> and from there you can study their keywords and content.

But . . .

no magic bullet, sorry.

[edited by: engine at 2:26 pm (utc) on Aug. 3, 2003]
[edit reason] No urls, thanks. See TOS [webmasterworld.com] [/edit]

cornwall

1:47 pm on Aug 3, 2003 (gmt 0)

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Don't know if it is a coincidence, but the registrant of that site is spring.net :(
 

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