non small cell lung cancer treatments
|Cost / Click||$10.23||$8.24||$8.91|
- 1 How to Use Dynamic Help
- 2 Basics of Navigating SpyFu
- 3 You Searched for: non small cell lung cancer treatments
- 4 Profitable Related Keywords
- 5 Most Successful Advertisers
- 6 Organic Search Ranking Analysis
- 7 Current Ads
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How to Use Dynamic Tour
With this Dynamic Tour turned on, you can keep helpful tips on every section at hand as you navigate through SpyFu. Watch for this icon on the page to show you how we get our data and what every section means.
Basics of Navigation SpyFu
This video explains what to expect from icons and links across the site. Watch for tips on how to keep your SpyFu research flowing from one set of results into other helpful sections. We'll walk you through steps like using our search bar to navigate the page and even adding your own keywords to our database. You will also find live one-on-one assistance available and in-depth tutorials.
You Searched for: non small cell lung cancer treatments
Anytime you search a keyword on SpyFu, we summarize its core stats along with actionable insights from your competitors. Every piece of information on the page is included to help you build optimized campaign strategies.
Here you'll find this keyword's main stats from the most recent month along with historic trends from the past 2 years. Every stat here is included to help you compare this keyword against others and prioritize your work on it.
How We Do It
We get these details from Google's Keyword Planner and information from the SERP that we update every month. More stats like the Daily Cost and the Cost per Click take a little more calculation. Not every advertiser will pay the same Cost per Click, and not all would get the same number of clicks to have a set Daily Cost across the board.
To account for that variety, we use the Google Traffic estimator and aim for a #2 ad position. That helps you figure out how much you could expect to spend to land in that spot. You could estimate down for lower ad positions, and you can expect to pay just a bit more for more clicks in the #1 spot.
Familiar metrics like costs, search volume, and click-through rate help you see how this keyword fits in your plans. Newer concepts like ranking difficulty and # of Homepages give you a different perspective on how much youâ€™ll be doing to rank on this keyword.
The monthly searches make "local" figures more prominent. On SpyFu.com, "Local" refers to the US market, and "Global" searches include all other geographic searches on Google.com. Our SpyFu.com/UK data sees local searches as everything in the UK.
- We go into even more detail about what all of these terms mean and stats mean: SpyFu Glossary
- along with more information about match types: Read More
How accurate is it?
Serving up all of this data begs a great question. How Accurate is SpyFu? We document the source our data for every claim we make with a screen shot of the original SERP page.: View SERP Page
Further, our budget and click estimates come from careful calculations: Read More
Profitable Related Keywords
By looking at strong competitors in this niche and their most successful keywords over time, we can suggest similar keywords here that we found to be profitable for your competition.
The bold type shows that suggestions are phrase matched from the original keyword you entered. For example "gaming keyboard" gives recommendations like "free games play now," but "illuminated gaming keyboard" is a phrase matched search.
Bidding on the original keyword (with the phrase match setting) would make your ad appear on searches for those bold keywords, too.
The export button in the upper right of this section allows subscribers to export these keywords and their data to a CSV file.
When you click "View More" the page opens our keyword suggestion tool that looks for keywords that your competitors have found to be profitable. You can find new keyword ideas built on criteria that you set like cost per day and search volume.
Columns Data Demystified
All of the column headers are explained in our glossary, including details on Ranking Difficulty - a score to help you prioritize your work. The higher the score, the more difficult it will be to rank on this keyword. All of the signals that make up this score come from both on-page factors and competitive factors. Read more about it and other terms in our SpyFu Glossary.
The last column "Track SERP" is a shortcut to setting up weekly tracking for a domain on the specific keyword you chose. We'll report back on the site's performance across Google, Yahoo and Bing. You can have us track many keywords for a domain, and you can add more domains, too.
Columns for "cost per click," and "click through rate" let you change the measurement from exact match to phrase match or broad match. For "monthly searches," it defaults to exact local (for Google.com, local means the US market), but exact global figures are available. Change any of these by hovering over the column header and clicking the orange arrow that appears.
Most Successful Advertisers (and their best ads)
On the overview tab, this section offers a preview of the top advertisers who bid on this keyword and the ad copy they used each month. Here you find just the top 10 advertisers and their ads. However you can select the Ad History tab or click "View More" at the bottom of this section to access the full list of advertisers and export the entire ad set with up to 7 years of history.
Each colored box represents an ad that ran during that month. You'll see the version of that ad from v0 (the first variation we ever saw from that domain) on to later versions like v4 and v15. The color changes gradually with each variation so you can easily spot where they brought back an older variation after testing new ads. Click the box to view the exact ad copy that ran. Hover over that same box to see where they ran that same ad copy in other months.
Organic Search Ranking Analysis
This section organizes the factors that affect your ranking on this keyword. It starts with a score to help you compare how hard it is to rank on this keyword when compared to other terms you might target. That way you can prioritize your SEO efforts.
Other details in this section include competitive measurements like "Number of Homepages" and ".Gov and .Edu Domains" so you know the types of pages that Google gives preference to for this particular search.
The on-page factors like "Keywords in the Title" and "Keywords in URL" are easier for you to control. When more than 30 of the Top 50 pages that rank on this keyword include the keyword in the title, that's a clear sign that you should too.
The Social Story
The social domains are included to highlight the variety of pages you're up against, but also to remind you of other kinds of content you can create to rank on this keyword. When a social icon is highlighted, that tells you that a social domain is ranked in the top 50 results when this keyword is searched. For example, when the YouTube icon is highlighted, it means that a YouTube video link shows up in the search results. More than one icon can be highlighted at a time. Icons represent Wikipedia, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, Tumblr, and LinkedIn.
The final metrics in this top section include the value of ranking on this keyword at the number 1 position and how many clicks you could expect (780 monthly clicks worth $1100 for the #1 rank). With the number of search results and domain diversity you can measure just how vast the content is on this keyword. Multiple results from the same domain bring down the domain diversity, and you get a sense of whether there is an 800 pound gorilla with multiple rankings that you are competing against.
The stats in this section change when you choose the "View Top 10" link right next to the Organic Search Ranking Analysis title.
In the grid, we list the exact pages (URLs) that rank. You can click the URL link to open a new page and see ranking details for that specific piece of content.
Domains are listed in another column to help you skim the different domains and find multiple rankings from one site. When there are multiple rankings from one site, you will see a blue icon next to the domain that shows how many times that domain appears in the top results. (About.com "x3" tells you that about.com shows up in 3 different organic positions.) The yellow "ad" icon next to a domain tells you that they advertise on this keyword, too.
The Domain Strength column is another option for weighing the competition and understanding the kinds of sites that are considering authorities on this keyword.
Ranking History's "View History" link connects you to a page that tracks this domain's ranking over time on the keyword you searched. From there, you can trace its rankings on more keywords during the same stretch of time, or compare another domain's performance on the original keyword within the same chart.
Cached SERP Page
We keep a SERP screenshot on every keyword we search to confirm all organic and paid results listed. You can click through to see the SERP for this specific keyword. If there's ever a question of how the results appeared or even when we gathered the data, you can pinpoint the exact date we saw these results and see for yourself exactly how they looked.
We go into even more detail about what these terms mean: SpyFu Glossary.
Serving up all of this data begs a great question. How Accurate is SpyFu? We document the source our data for every claim we make with a screen shot of the SERP: Read More
Further, our budget and click estimates come from careful calculations: Read More
Dig deeper into the exact factors that affect rankings: Read More
Find out how ranking history gives you better context to figure out what the competitive field is like: Read More
These are the most recent ads that we saw on this keyword at the time that we did the search. To make this list, a domain would have bid on this keyword or a matching term, and they appeared within the first 2 page of the results. That usually covers the first 22-25 advertisers. If there's a domain advertising on this keyword that doesn't appear here, they might have hit their budget limits before we searched this keyword. Any questions about whether a domain really did run on this keyword are cleared up with a screen shot of the results pages. Look for the "Cached SERP Page" at the top of the Organic Search Ranking Analysis section to see it.
SpyFu updates its data every month. The data in this section is the distinct set of ad variations we've seen over the last 3 months.
Most Successful Advertisers and Their Best AdsSubscribe to Export Ads
Click any box below to show 5 years of Ad Copy Tests on "non small cell lung cancer treatments". See complete 5+ year history
Organic Search Ranking Analysis (Top 50) View Top 10
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02Keywords in URL
Organic Ranking History