Just wondering is it advised to ONLY concentrate on the low hanging keywords or should I spread out my options to 100-300 QSR? For some product reviews, I find it hard to get good low hanging keywords
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Kingfisher Premium
Hi Jason
My advice would be to go with Shawn's recommendation; if you write lots of good quality 'pillar' content, then don't be afraid of the competition: otherwise, stick to the low hanging fruit !
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omoeniolufe Premium
I agree with what Tommy and Shawn said about the quality of your content. Though I am still new to the system when I tested my website with low hanging QSR it was ranked 47 and on the 5th page, but when I tried the higher level, I had 69 and on page 7. I think quality and low QSR is the key on google. Good luck.
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Shawn Martin Premium
This depends on the competition and the quality of your content. If you are confident your content will outrank what is ahead of you on a particular keyword go for the higher ones. :)
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jasontw111 Premium
Very high competition in my field, but not so much in my next website I am planning.
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surenpillai Premium
Pity, I cannot use the Jaaxy. As Tommydillard said, better to go for the lower range. It is difficult to get the lower ones. The keyword I used for my www.supath.net (roadshow / road show) was an absolute failure. The competition is so high that my site gets bogged down. So I dropped it. I started promoting "supath freight" also when searched with quotes, the keyword is a success, the site has not yet quite ranked well. However, the site is still too young and my articles are feeing the content into search engines (reblogging, google+.twitter, feedburner, stumbleupon, ...
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tommydillard Premium
I look for highly searched but low qsr keywords under 200 for my post.
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jasontw111 Premium
Do you get a good ranking with these?
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tommydillard Premium
It depends on you if you can produce a great content filled post about the keyword phrase
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