Keywords with a cost-per-click (CPC) of $1,000 are typically very competitive and in high demand, and advertisers may be willing to pay this much for a click on their ad because they believe it will lead to a high conversion rate and a good return on investment. Some examples of high-value keywords that may have a CPC of $1,000 or more include:
- “Lawyer” or “attorney” in a competitive legal market
- “Insurance” in a competitive insurance market
- “Mortgage” in a competitive mortgage market
- “Real estate” in a competitive real estate market
- “Loans” in a competitive loans market
It’s important to note that the actual CPC for a keyword can vary widely depending on a variety of factors, including the industry, the level of competition, the quality of the ad, and the relevance of the keyword to the ad and landing page. Advertisers can use tools such as Google’s Keyword Planner to get an estimate of the CPC for a particular keyword.