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Keywords You Thought Were Hot But Were Not

Kevin11 asked 1 year ago
Anyone involved in SEO knows that keyword selection is crucial. So… I wanted to get a general consensus on what keywords are hot, and what keywords look good but actually suck.

I’ll start this off with the keywords that I think suck:

  • slots
  • online slots

These were a huge waste of time for me. Got top 10 rankings in Yahoo and the new MSN for both, and get very little traffic and maybe 2-3 real players per month. They seem good in theory, but the reality is, they suck…

18 Answers
Anonymous answered 1 year ago
Hi all,

*to Kevin – damn I thought I’d found a chance to pay you back for all the times you’ve helped me, and posted as such in that thread, only now to realize it was a different Kevin.

<span title=” title=”” class=”bbcode_smiley” /> well so you know I haven’t forgotten.

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To Sharp: I think you’ll find that most of the more desireable players aren’t paying attention to the bonus offer whatsoever. – just my opinion.

Anonymous answered 1 year ago
interesting about msn and google in respect to fresh content. Thanks Sharp. to quote the late Johnny Carson, “I did not know that”..

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sharpgambler answered 1 year ago

MSN sucks. Most of the results are simply irrelevant – like Searchfeed??

I think all suck. Some suck more or less for some keyword.

As I said earlier, if I was an user I would be more happy with the results from msn for the keyword “online casinos”. For other searches I prefer google. It depends. As an user the main thing is to know what is behind each. If I was looking for something really new, I wouldn’t use google, for example.

Another example, if I was a casino bonus hunter I would prefer msn. The reason is that google shows, on the first results, websites that are indexed long ago. It may be the case, webmasters updated the sites with new info, but you will see more fresh content on msn.

Spearmaster answered 1 year ago
MSN sucks. Most of the results are simply irrelevant – like Searchfeed??

Not a big fan of Yahoo either – and not a big fan of Google until recently, since in my opinion the results are better than before, although clearly still not always relevant since one of my sites simply disappeared and I already know that it’s the most relevant on the subject.

antoine answered 1 year ago
MSN. For me MSN draws more traffic than yahoo for equal terms. I dont know about google, i dont personally use that engine or target it.

Spearmaster answered 1 year ago
antoine wrote:
Talking about unimpressive keywords…

#6 for gambling got me 2 hits yesterday. Top 10 for online gambling not 1 click.

Which engine? Surely not Google…

trillby answered 1 year ago
what would be considered as the ulimate top 5 terms to achieve then?

I always thought ‘online casino’ and ‘online casinos’ were supposed to be hot, but it seems that these aren’t so hot these days as well.

antoine answered 1 year ago
Talking about unimpressive keywords…

#6 for gambling got me 2 hits yesterday. Top 10 for online gambling not 1 click.

Kevin11 answered 1 year ago
bb1 webs – that’s too funny…lol

Must be a bunch of Kevin’s roaming these forums confusing the heck out of everyone.

:bigsmile:

Anonymous answered 1 year ago
I had #1 spot for “slot games” on yahoo, and it’s wasn’t such great shakes, either.

Here’s the phrase that isn’t worth anything – “casino bonuses”. You’d think that’d be a ticket to traffic, but it’s a dud.

And if you’re going after any phrases with “free” in it, you are really wasting your time if you want depositing players. Traffic great – no money.