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    In Wordtracker, what is the smallest number of searches a month or day you have for your disregard point? I've found quite a few terms that get say 5 searches a day and have just a couple of sites competing, but I'm not sure if it's worthwhile to put up pages for so few searches. Any thoughts on it?

    Also, what is the lowest KEI you will use?

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    If NOT datafeed pages: Between 50 and a couple of hundred searches, depending on how competitive the term is. After all, if there's only 10 pages competing, chances are that a lot of those 50 will see yours! But if there's 50,000 competing, your chances of getting a Top 10 listing are lower, and having more searchers helps make up for somewhat nonstellar listings.

    If using a DATAFEED--That's different! Then whatever the merchant has, goes up, regardless of what WordTracker says.

    As for the KEI I ignore it. Some are helped by it as I recall, but I figure I can judge the beatability of the other listings better myself. KEI would look at 10,000 guestbook listings the same way as it would 10,000 merchant sites. But *I* would see pure lunch in one of those scenarios...

    It is a beautiful thing, to do nothing, and then rest afterwards.~Spanish Proverb

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    Super. That's just what I was looking for. Is the 50 per month or day?

    Thanks,
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    Kip- depending on the conversion ration, I have gone as low as 20 a day on some pages and consider those pages successful

    Jessica Hutson
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