Of course, the answer is (as always): it depends upon how much resources you have.
If you have a high-authority site, you can target higher SEOC numbers, but if you want to do small niche sites and get the “low-hanging-fruit”, the easy keywords, then you should look for values below 100,000.
Everything above 100,000 is an indicator that you will need to put in a serious amount of resources into ranking high for that search term in Google.
Less than 30,000 is good, and less than 10,000 is great.
Keywords that have a SEOC value of less than 10,000 are keywords that you should be able to grab easily. So if you are a beginning online marketer, and you don’t know a lot about SEO, or you simply don’t want to invest a lot in ranking for a specific term, then look for SEOC values below 10,000.
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