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SSDI attorney search offer with an alcohoism/co-occurring disoreder angle

Discussion in 'Newbie Helpdesk' started by schleprock, Sep 17, 2016.

  1. schleprock

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    Peerfly has a Social Security Disability offer that I am looking at. I thought I could write up a page on SSDI and alcoholism and co-occurrring disorders and put it on my blog.
    Raging Alcoholic

    social security disability receive plenty of Bing searches but has no searches with addiction/alcoholism included in the phrases
    If I wrote my ad with a headline, and used the 2nd text line to play to the co-occurring/addication/alcoholism like:

    Social Security Disability Help
    for Injuries-Mental Illness-Addiction
    Raging Alcoholic

    could it work or do you think my quality scores would come out to low if I only bought keywords for general (not addiction related) SSDI claims because Bing gets no keyword phrases on addiction and SSDI

    But I would focus the article on addiction and mental illness but do enough general stuff to make the search engines happy.

    Could that work or am I grasping at straws?

    (I guess I could bid on a broad match addiction ssdi claim because there would be no competition, it would be cheap, like 0.05. just in case a search ever did happen)

    Update:
    Adwords does get some searches for addiction and SSDI in the 100>100 range Low competion and they don't even have a recommended bid. So i assume I could go with 0.05. is that the lowest Adwords increment?
     
    Last edited: Sep 17, 2016
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  3. schleprock

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    OK. thanks I can see how that makes sense.
     
    Last edited: Sep 20, 2016
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