SCM is a content scraper, the results are only as good as the content you give it. Garbage in, garbage out.
To that effect…
Example 1 Keyword
– Bad choice of keyword.
Likely to have no real usable content, maybe a lot of videos etc.
You want keywords that would bring in articles, reviews etc.
Better “Acne cream reviews” or “how to get rid of acne”.
Example 2 Keyword
– Most likely a bad choice.
Unless its popular widget… SCM (that is Google) is going to struggle to find any real usable content.
You will see the top 10 results are probably e-commerce sites that are “thin in content”
Better “My widget review” or go higher up and use a broader keyword
Example 3 Keyword
Computer Technician Miami
– Another bad choice.
Unless there is a computer technician in “Miami” that has written 25 articles about being a computer technician in Miami, you are going to get sites with very thin content which is not usable for SCM.
Better “Computer Technician” – drop place names. Even better, add the place names in later via custom token.
As you can see there is a science to using SCM.
SCM is capable of finding a lot of content, sometimes you just have to steer it in the right direction.
BTW review keywords are awesome. Eg… My keyword + “review”