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Top 20 Most Expensive Keywords in Google AdWords

Keywords in Google AdWords

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      The Most Expensive PPC Keywords

      How does Google make money? Surprisingly, 97% comes from online pay-per-click advertising. At WordStream we can’t get enough PPC; that’s why we decided to conduct some research and find out what the most expensive keywordsare in Google. Some of our results about the most popular and most expensive PPC keywords were to be expected, while some (like cord blood and mesothelioma treatment) surprised us and our readers.

      Google Keywords

      The Top 10 Most Expensive Keywords are:
      1. Insurance
      2. Loans
      3. Mortgage
      4. Attorney
      5. Credit
      6. Lawyer
      7. Donate
      8. Degree
      9. Hosting
      10. Claim
      You’ll notice that these top ten most expensive AdWords keywords deal primarily with financing and industries that manage vast sums of money. The fact that the educational keyword “degree” is one of the top ten most expensive Google keywords, right up with lawyers and credit, reminds us of the growing cost of education.
      The next ten most expensive keywords complete our total list, resulting the top 20 most expensive AdWords keywords:
      1. Conference Call
      2. Trading
      3. Software
      4. Recovery
      5. Transfer
      6. Gas/Electricity
      7. Classes
      8. Rehab
      9. Treatment
      10. Cord Blood
      There you have it – the highest cost keywords. If you are considering entering into one of these industries, be ready to pay high cost per click rates for the top keyword. While some may start treatment facilities for the greater good, be aware that you’ll wind up in one of the most expensive niche groups, and your paid search marketing wallet will suffer from those high CPCs.
      The most expensive SEM keywords may be frustrating for those in the industries, but they are the best keywords for Google, who makes 97% of revenue from advertising on Google sites (AdWords, AdSense). 

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