Question: When we are trying to choose the right key word, should we choose the most searched one or cheapest one? what if the most searched key word is the most expensive one?
Question: What if our web site is too large to be free
Answer: OK let’s look at this issue of the right keyword. I like to use the example of fish where the fish are. Should you try to catch a large quantity of fish or a high-value fish that is unless quantity? Would you like to eat a bunch of carp which are easy to catch or a bass which is difficult to catch?
Riches are in the niches! Try to identify those keywords that are high-value to you, meaning these are your customers and are relatively high volume. The sweet spot is usually somewhere in the middle, specifically keywords that have a strong connection between what you have and what they once.
Riches are in the niches!
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