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Search Engine Optimization => SEO Services and SEO Tools => Topic started by: limpopoboy on 03-02-2019, 08:48:57

Title: Search Vol - CPC - Competition - KEI - Sites in SERPs - Traffic cost
Post by: limpopoboy on 03-02-2019, 08:48:57
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This is how my head is currently BLANK with all these terms, reading so much with so much contradiction it would seem. Nothing is making sense. Where can I get somebody to explain in plain simple English or to point me to a page that explains it in plain English - the various: Search Vol - CPC - Competition - KEI - Sites in SERPs - Traffic cost etc.....

How do they it all interact/interface? What is the relationship? what do the figures mean? ie... what is .7 competition? .7 of what? for what? what is a good competition figure? Whats a bad figure?  can you get more than 1.0?

In relation to search volume. Generally is 1000 search vol a month good or bad? low or high?  What is the relation of KEI 0-100 to search and competition?  I understand high volume / low competition is good but please put some examples of good and bad in the reply.  I know nothing is fitting nicely in a box but there must be some general rules..

a very frustrated Limpopoboy.  :P :P :P


Title: Re: Search Vol - CPC - Competition - KEI - Sites in SERPs - Traffic cost
Post by: amayajace on 07-09-2019, 00:18:08
Keywords Everywhere is going to save you a lot of time, time that would have otherwise been spent on copying data from one website while finding search volume from another. Keywords Everywhere lets you find long-tail phrases with their accurate search volume, CPC and competition data.
Title: Re: Search Vol - CPC - Competition - KEI - Sites in SERPs - Traffic cost
Post by: billyjhon on 07-19-2019, 01:03:31
Search Vol - CPC - Competition - KEI - Sites in SERPs - Traffic cost ... I see high volume/low challenge is great however please put a few instances of good ...