These Are The 100 Most Expensive Keywords On Google

Posted: Aug 4 2015, 7:55am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 5 2015, 8:08am CDT, in News | Latest Business News


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These are the 100 Most Expensive Keywords on Google

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Did you know that advertising on Google Adsense can cost up to $670 per click?

A click on an Google ad for "San Antonio Car Wreck attorney" costs the advertiser $670. It is the most expensive keyword on Google according to the 100 hundred most expensive keywords list for 2015 SemRush has published.

The cost per click for legal related ads is incredibly high. Many of them are associated with a location, but also nation-wide terms like Top personal Injury attorneys cost $550 per click.

An odd query listed in top 50 keywords is "Best Business smartphones" with a cost per click of $336. It is one of the few keywords that is not related to legal that can be found in the top 50 keywords.

In fact 78% of the listed terms are related to legal followed by water damage (8%) and insurance (6%).

The reasons for high CPCs is competition and how much a lead is worth.

Another reason is demand that Google's ranking algorithm is creating. When it is really hard to rank for a keyword organically and all SEO means fail than the last resort is buying Adsense ads.

Below is the Infograph SemRush has published listing all 100 most expensive keywords ranging from $670 to $265.

Google’s Top 100 Most Expensive Keywords for 2015 [Infographic] - An Infographic from SEMrush Blog

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SEMrush offers tools and services for keyword research, business intelligence and online competitor analysis.

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