I wonder if I miss something, when I pick keyword for post. Usually I look that SEO would be close to 100, KQI would be green, QSR close to 0. How about when Traffic is less 10 and Average numbers is less 10. It is bad numbers for Traffic and Average numbers for search?

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3dandelions Premium
Thank you for asking this question...I too wondered about less than 10, but hadn't thought to ask! Thank you everyone for your responses!
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mijareze Premium
I first use Google search using my site name christian fiction then add a to the end of fiction, Google will begin to suggest key words. You continue with that process i.e., a, b, c, etc. Then you attach the key word (s ) before the site name. i.e., Best Seller christian fiction.Then take that to Jaaxy and run it... I was told to use the key words with the lowest QSR (competition). Hope that helps!
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NemiraB Premium
Thank you for ideas,definitelly will try out:)
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MMail Premium
Jaaxy seems to let users more confuse because it have many variables to check before you probably get what you want .more than this ,You need to use more tools for check the competitivity and ranking of the keywords provided by Jaaxy.
I prefer Long Tail Pro It's a complete and more powerful tool.
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NemiraB Premium
Thank you, I will check out, have a great last of week.
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jvranjes Premium
These days Steve said something about it. You start with such a small number of traffic, but you are in fact ranked by tens of (key)words and the numbers add up, so you may end up with hundred easily, this in particular if the text is long and you have many comments which can bring various new (key)words. So traffic <10 may not be ideal but it can bring good traffic in the end..
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NemiraB Premium
Thank you. My thought was if visitors do not check this page, maybe reason is an other, not that it is not actual or appealing to them, but maybe they do not know what they want. Maybe latter they will tell: Eureka! It is for me:)
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SowAndReap Premium
Hey Nemira, it depends on the keyword. If you select a keyword and noticed that no one is searching for it, then yes it may not be a popular keyword. You may need to dig a little deeper by using the alphabet soup technique and see if you come up with other phrases. Once you find a keyword where you see a number of people interested in that keyword a good low QSR is what you want. I hope I helped. :)
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NemiraB Premium
Thank you for advice. For me is tricky to manipulate all these criteria that it would make a sense. I will try from a new angle.
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SowAndReap Premium
Lol I know how you feel. I use to think the same thing, but once you get it you will have that aha moment. :)
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NemiraB Premium
Thank you fellow members. It is interesting, because mostly my keywords were picked in this way. I liked green color and high number of SEO, but when I do not see real visitors, it means that something is not right.
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NemiraB Premium
One thing that I like that there no competing websites, but maybe it means that nobody is interested in topic.
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Billy621 Premium
100 % correct
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Lb830 Premium
I think someone just blogged about that in the last week or so, from what I remember reading they said that they had used the less than 10 and their post was actually ranking. So why not give it a try, it's not like you can't go back later and do some editing.
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Billy621 Premium
I don't see how but if you think it's worth a try go for it :)
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NemiraB Premium
Some of my pages are in first position in Google. Just I do not see results from it, I mean referals.
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Billy621 Premium
How long in first position in google? Sometimes takes a little longer to Rank, you know how the market is,
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NemiraB Premium
First place in first page, I have few pages as it. I used the same criteria as it was described in my question.
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Lb830 Premium
Maybe no one is searching those particular keywords. Try different keywords and reword the article a little bit, see if that helps.
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NemiraB Premium
2, 3 or 4 months
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Shawn Martin Premium
Yep, less than ten is too low for searches
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