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Seo Questions With Monetizing Blog With Clickbank

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#1 iWantaBoat


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Posted 19 June 2013 - 10:54 PM

I've been reading up on creating a niche blog and driving traffic towards it via SEO, and then using it to build an email list, and ultimately promote clickbank products.  Really excited about giving this a try, but first I have a few questions that I could use as much input as possible, to help me get started.
1.  Since my exact match domain is already taken (.com, .org, .net) I'll need to add a keyword modifier.  Does google give different rankings when the modifier is used as a prefix versus suffix?
2.  What about using a domain with multiple search phrases, combined with an "and" ... to capture traffic searching for both keywords?  For example XXXXinformationandplanning.com, therefore the xxx + information and xxx + planning phrases would be read be google.  Does it even work this way?  Any suggestions or cautions with this approach?
3.  The niche of my monetized blog is the same as a large website I already manage.  Will my blog be penalized by google for publishing the same unique articles that are posted on my large website?  I figure this would be the perfect solution for generating content on the blog...And also some backlinks.  Any cautions with this approach?
4.  In using the google keyword tool to research potential domain phrases, what should be the minimum number of global/local monthly searches, that would be reasonable to expect some good traffic?  For example is 2,000 global searches too low to expect decent traffic?  And is that using "Exact" or "Phrase" match or both?
Thanks in advance!!!


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Posted 20 June 2013 - 02:40 AM

Read the articles in  Tips for New SEOs thread.

Edited by chrishirst, 20 June 2013 - 02:41 AM.

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