Sat Feb 24, 2018 4:50 pm
I've searched for music theory, something I know loads about. It has 26k/34k demand/supply.
It has what look like a lot of good tier 2 keywords:
1. Music Theory Classes (3471/183)
I could develop some structured content that walked through some specific tier-3 areas such as circle of fifths(290/4), blues theory(161/10), and a few others. I added a couple in here from a different vertical brainstorm (Scale) and stumbled across Diminished Scale (2167/197) which looked like a real find.
Is it alright to add in keywords from a different brainstorm? It won't mess up the search engines?
2. Music Theory Online (2238/167)
This could be a good catch-all for my software products, (currently I have a few half developed things, so I could finish developing them in time. People are searching for certain kinds of music theory products
3. Guitar Music Theory (1582/611)
This could be for guitar specific things. Will add some more commonly used guitar scales in here, although they are higher supply.
4. Basic Music Theory (1812/404)
Again, this is distinguished from the "Music Theory Classes" by a broad overview on beginner subjects, rather than a specific focus on a particular topic. Numbers like 185/69 60/25 943/186
5. Music Theory Worksheets (11646/86)
So this has a really high demand but a very low supply. It seems at first glance like it is a slightly different target market than the other subjects (music teachers rather than self-learners, although that's as much a guess as anything). If I have to design worksheets for kids, it might be a little difficult to integrate it with the rest of the site. But then again, isn't traffic traffic?
This is another thing I'm not sure about.
Would really love some feedback from those that have been there before and know what I'm looking at a bit better.