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Chicago personal injury lawyer

chicago personal injury lawyers
Normally I try to write in Dutch. And most of the time that isn’t flawless. Now I will try to post in English, so let me warn you in advance that a lot of mistakes are about to occur. There is a reason for writing this post in English. Olaf pointed me to a list of high paying AdSense keywords. The top 5 is listed below.

1. $78.30 chicago personal injury lawyer
2. $73.01 chicago personal injury attorney
3. $69.17 lasik new york city
4. $64.27 new york personal injury lawyer
5. $64.17 new jersey car insurance

As you can see, the number one and two are about lawyers specializing in claims for clients with personal injuries, the number four is also a personal injury lawyer. And I am wondering if these high paying ads will also show up underneath this post. When you search in Google on the mentioned keywords, there are lots of ads. Exactly why lawyers in Chicago are paying that much for their ads remains unclear. The crime rates in Chicago are much higher than the nations average. But that seems largely due to all the problems that come with Chicago being a big city. I couldn’t find the number of actual accidents. Maybe they just want bloggers and other webmasters to be happy. And now they even get some free publicity from me 😉

UPDATE: I doesn’t seem to work, in the WordPress preview I see the desired ads, when posted nothing seems to show up.

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5 comments for “Chicago personal injury lawyer”

  1. great entry on your blog! google does a good job filtering relevant sites :-( i think u need more english posts on your site…

    Door: olaf | May 5, 2006, 19:58
  2. Ofcourse those law companies are geotargeting. So, you wont see any of those ads outside the US. You should fix this first!

    Door: Brubaker | May 5, 2006, 21:11
  3. @Brubaker, you’re probably right. It’s hard to move to the US, but is there a technical way to change the location of my blog?

    Door: Sipke | May 7, 2006, 10:25
  4. Eh, Sipke, targeting in AdWords means you target a user, not a website :)

    So people coming from the US (or only from Chicago probably) visiting this page, might indeed see the superkeyword targetted ads…

    Door: Ruben's usability | May 8, 2006, 14:06
  5. That was kind of stupid wasn’t it :-).

    Door: Sipke | May 9, 2006, 09:42

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