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06-10-2006, 10:08 AM #1johnislandGuest
Let's say If someone was launching a site industry specific . How would one go about determining, on the keyword research side, how big (or small) the tail of the search terms in that industry are?
Basically, looking to measure the value of being listed in the top for a few, high volume search terms in the head vs. the value of having rankings for the thousands of smaller terms making up the tail.
Other than simply using intuition and logic, one can't seem to think of a good way to do it.
06-12-2006, 02:36 AM #2sudhanujGuest
To approach an "industry," I'd want to get a look at what works for
that industry's longer standing niche publications. What concerns
re-surface regularly? Are they adequately addressed? Would these concerns be of more interest to customers or colleagues?
Would it be helpful to look at how a customer hears about and chooses
who to hire or buy from?
06-13-2006, 10:47 AM #3etechsupportGuest
Adword is better place to find which keyword(s) is working and performing well, now Google analytic is integrated with Adword, it is much helpful to find out the better prospects of your targeted keyword(s).