siick26 — 2013-06-12T09:29:44-04:00 — #1
Whenever i make a site i usually look at the google adwords tool to see how many visitors i can expect on a rough basis each month to my site.
Anyway i did keyword search for a keyword last night and it ranks in 500,000 searches per month, 450,000 of them from the uk and it has low competition, so i went and bought an exact match domain. I did a simialr thing with another site a few weeks ago which had a search of 70,000 a month and i'm bring in about 200 users each day from google so far. So basically this seems a bit too good to be true in the sense that a keyword with 500,000 monthly searches is such a low comeptition keyword. Am i missing something?
dklynn — 2013-06-13T01:00:41-04:00 — #2
And you're paying for all those clicks? Did you get any sales from them? IMHO, there is a place for Adwords but you MUST take care with contracting for click-throughs!
pamela_alina — 2013-06-13T10:57:59-04:00 — #3
We are talking about the exact or broad searches?
Why not use Market Samurai to do some searches more precise and to compare the results? Market Samurai is free for 12 days. Try it on.