Today, his simian greatness will share with you a list of keywords
attracting bids of over $25 a click on Google. Yes, that's right. A single click
on an ad for these sort of keywords will bring you TWENTY FIVE GREEN.
first - a niche of the day for those humans too lazy to think of their own!
strangely enough, there are plenty of peeps out there so
keen on welding bits of old iron together that they constitute over 19,000
searches a month, and a
www.nicheTaxi.com nichefactor of over 134%.
Buy a domain for it fast (how
about 'www.ironwork-welding-class.info'?!) And knock the site up in 30 seconds
for free at www.nicheMillions.com.
Now back to that strudel-straightening list of super keywords paying $25 a pop.
$97 domains yahoo
$79 domain name yahoo
$68 dc hair laser removal
$66 law lemon wisconsin
$51 hair removal washington dc
domain registration yahoo
$40 benchmark lending
$38 domain yahoo
yahoo web hosting
$37 hair laser removal virginia
$36 ca lemon law
$34 best buy gift card
$31 adverse credit remortgage
$30 mesothelioma information
$29 law lemon ohio
$29 att call conference
$29 insurance medical temporary
$28 illinois law lemon
$28 angeles drug los rehab
$28 personal injury solicitor
$28 accident car florida lawyer
$27 google affiliate
$27 at t
$26 100 home equity loan
$26 mcsa boot camp
$26 anti spam
$26 adverse remortgage
$26 chicago hair laser removal
Yowser! The nicheMonkey has NO idea what a 'lemon law' is, but
of some sucker wants to give him $29 for a click from one of my sites, he won't
argue. How do you use this list? Simple. The amount on the left is the amount
the advertiser is prepared to pay for a click on that keyword. You need to find
a derivative keyphrase that you can build a niche website for and that will
therefore attract these crazy advertisers.
How do you do that? Once again,
simple. Go to and enter the phrase. It won't be usable. But you can 'drill down'
to better variations of it. Find one you like, and away you go.
The nicheMonkey has spoken.