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    Newbie Mymu5e's Avatar
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    Researching on my niche product... With alarming numbers.
    Guys!

    When your doing research on a specific niche on Google and I come back with search results like 50mil to 103mil; should that be a sign that it is saturated? and maybe will have a slim ROI?

    Thanks!

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    That's a lot of results yes. To better figure out who is competing for your specific keywords type your keywords in with ""'s as well as typing the following into google to further narrow your competition

    intitle:"your keywords here" inanchor:"your keywords here" Hit search

    The only space above is between " at the end of the first keywords and inanchor

    Check those numbers

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    OPM and Moderator Chuck Hamrick's Avatar
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    Narrow your keyword to long tail terms.

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