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#1360953 by Nathalie from Big River
Thu Dec 22, 2016 8:13 pm
Hi dear SBIers,

I am trying to gather and sort my keywords to make my site blue print and I just can't seem to find the information anywhere about what the recommended numbers for T2 and T3 pages would be!

Can anyone clarify this for me :) ?

Thank you very much, I so much appreciate your support and guidance!

Nathalie :)
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#1360966 by Mary from Mico
Thu Dec 22, 2016 11:17 pm
Hi Nathalie,

'Just a quick answer here in case you have time to work this evening and tomorrow.... I have two general answers and a more detailed one below:

[list=]The best places to look are in the Action Guide entries using Ctrl F for the term brainstorm on the main Action Guide page:

In this section of the TNT HQ:

And Maria's answer here: With further clarifications in the same thread.

I hope that these are a quick help.

#1360972 by Jacki from Macleod
Thu Dec 22, 2016 11:55 pm
There have been a lot of discussions about the numbers. One thing to remember is that there are no hard and fast rules, sometimes a page just needs to be written, even though there doesn't appear to be much demand, and it will serve as a hub for your T3 pages. T3 numbers that I look for are above 1000 demand, and below 50 (or even lower) supply. T2 pages can be higher supply. The higher the demand, the better. I also look for some really low numbered keywords, such as 2-300 demand, below 10 supply. These are 'cherry picking' keywords, and can get some early traffic to the site, which hopefully sticks around to see more. :wink:
#1365224 by Scott from Clarence
Fri Feb 17, 2017 3:53 pm

I wanted to add that I used to ponder this question for the longest time when I started out. You've got some really good answers from your prior reply... seems I could never get a ball park idea from anyone like you did from your replies.

My answer is that over time you see the whole picture, including what are and aren't good #'s, and at which times #'s do not matter... it's what fits at the time and it's relevency...

Of course, you need to know now I understand. But, I think you will write a few pages in the beginning that you will look back at later and say "darn... if I would have used this page instead... it has better #'s and did't know it." It's ok... just keep moving forward.

With me, sometimes I need to do certain things before I learn, no matter how much I study the A/G or advice I get.

Scott & Nimble.
#1365391 by Nathalie from Big River
Mon Feb 20, 2017 11:34 pm

I just wanted to thank everyone who posted an answer to my question! It is very much appreciated! I apologize for the delay!

I just wanted to say how much I appreciate your help!

Nathalie :)
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