Mesothelioma, Asbestos, Annuity: Google’s Most Expensive Keywords

google-adwords-square-logoMarkus Allen posted what will be a monthly report documenting the most expensive keywords you can by on Google AdWords.

Leading that keyword list this month, according to the Google AdWords Keyword tool include keywords in the category of mesothelioma, asbestos, annuity and auto donation.

For example, [mesothelioma settlement] goes for $142.67 and [auto donation] goes for $84.51. The chart also shows how much the cost per click increased or decreased from the previous month. The [mesothelioma settlement] increased over 3% whereas [asbestos attorney] dropped about 1% in cost.

For the full list of the most expensive keywords on Google AdWords see the Fetch123.com blog.

Related Topics: Channel: SEM | Google: AdWords | Top News

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  • http://www.facebook.com/sensign Scott Ensign

    Wow. That Fetch123 blog is selling links on that list.

  • Alan

    Seriously Barry there are hundreds of sites that do this and they have been doing it longer than this guy. This article seems contrived or bought or something.

  • robthespy

    I usually expect better from SEL

  • sergiuliano

    Nice article, but if you need to find-out how to get high quality traffic on HIgh CPC Keywords by doing Local SEO you should take a look to the next article:

    http://www.keywordsearchrankings.com/blog/is-local-seo-a-solution-for-ranking-on-high-cpc-keywords/

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003091474232 Gestoffle Van Eerden-Vark

    It is actually appalling that this article is allowed to be published; clearly SEL is associating itself with spammy and affiliate based websites. You have lost my vote.

  • http://www.facebook.com/mr.larry.kim Larry Kim

    i did some research into this last year – but took a slightly different approach. rather than looking at individual keyword prices (which you can just get from google keyword tool) i looked into the top 10,000 most expensive expensive keywords and factored their estimated volumes (to apply some weightings to the different CPC’s), then categorized the keywords into buckets of similar keywords — since close variations of the same keyword tended to show up over and over again on the list — this was a way to de-duplicate similar keywords – so for example, mesothelioma and asbestos were grouped into the legal category, etc. i posted the results here: http://www.wordstream.com/blog/ws/2011/07/18/most-expensive-google-adwords-keywords

  • Rajesh Magar

    Nice as always… But I think need little correction in the content- in the very first paragraph “Most expensive keyword you can (by) need to be as BUY”. Right!

  • tounsi kais

    I am winning 3 dollars per day only!!
    could you help me?
    i have a blog about annuity

    http://annuity-best-buy.blogspot.com/

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