17 Dec 09 3:22 pm
Let me state it this way. I want to rank for the phrase bubbles for kids
bubbles for kids yields 250,000
"bubbles for kids" yields 23,000
Is bubbles for kids a phrase that I would likely be able to dominate just based on those numbers? I have heard you want to have fewer than 50-70K results. In one search I do but the other I don't.
In some of my research I have found cases where the direct search yields more results than not using quotes. For example,
Buy little yellow canaries yields 25,000
"buy little yellow canaries" yields 1,240,000
In this situation the phrase looks good but the direct match makes it look not so profitable of a venture.
Any light on this subject?