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Keyword Planner – How does the Google Keyword Planner Differ from the Keyword Tool?

Keyword Planner is different from Keyword Tool.


Here is how as stated on the Adwords site.

keyword plannerWith Keyword Planner, we’ve combined the functionality of Keyword Tool and Traffic Estimator to make it easier to plan search campaigns. As you start to use Keyword Planner, you’ll likely notice some differences between Keyword Planner and Keyword Tool.
Historical search volume statistics

With Keyword Tool, we showed you statistics for broad match by default with the ability to get statistics for other match types, like phrase and exact match. With Keyword Planner, you’ll get historical statistics only for exact match. To decide what match type to use with your keywords, add the keyword idea to your plan and review the traffic estimates for each match type.

In general, you’ll notice that the average search volume data is higher in Keyword Planner as compared to the exact match search volume data you got with Keyword Tool. That’s because we’ll show you the average number of searches for a keyword idea on all devices (desktop and laptop computers, tablets, and mobile phones). With Keyword Tool, we showed you average search volume for desktop and laptop computers by default. Read More….

Hope this info has been helpful. Here is more information on WebSeo and being found on Google.

 

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Keyword Search – Whats the Best Way for Finding Good Keywords

Keyword search is the foundation of being found.

 

 

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What is keyword search? Find out here.

As quoted by  TJ McCue at Forbes online is “Content marketing is one of the hot buzzwords and concepts for 2013. In order to get traffic and visitors to your website or marketing campaign, you need good content.” He continues…”But I’d like to take one step back and suggest that before you start producing any content, you think about your audience, and after you do that, think about the keywords you will use in your title and throughout your post.” And yes, without good words the keyword search will never get your target market to your website.    Read More

 

Here is a great keyword search tool that in spite of the new Google changes will be very useful for your keyword research moving forward.

A lot of folks use the Adwords Keyword tool. But what exactly does it do. click here to find out more.

 

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Adwords Keyword Tool

The Adwords Keyword Tool is now the only way to get your research from Google.

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 What was the old Adwords keyword tool all about? Find out Here.

Check out info on the Bing Keyword Tool

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Bing Keyword Tool

Bing Keyword Tool is following in
Google’s footsteps?

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Is the Bing keyword tool going by the wayside now that Google has changed everything up and is doing away with their keyword tool and switching over to the Adwords keyword planner?

Bing Keyword Tool

 

Here is a good start to get keyword ideas on the internet to use in your online marketing efforts.

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Good Keyword Ideas are Now Harder to Find

keyword ideasWhere to find good keyword ideas:

As marketers, we all agree that the foundation for any online campaign, be it for affiliate products or for offline businesses, starts with research and the process of how to find good keywords. Keyword and niche research can make or break your marketing efforts, so it’s very important to get the right keywords. Targeting wrong keywords equals wasted effort and lots of time and a site or page relegated to the outer reaches of the universe as far as the Big G is concerned. And thats about it! No way around it.

There were a lot of keyword spy tools available that were highly useful for keyword research. But, with the google keyword tool being replaced, a lot of folks are wondering just how they will be able to come up with good ideas for keywords. Watch out for many new and innovative tools coming out on the market to help solve the dilemma of finding good keywords. But in the meantime, there are some already existing solutions to help you come up with great ideas for keywords. Here is a short list of suggestions that may help.


#1: Google Search Suggest and Bing Search Suggest — when you type in the search box on Google and Bing, you get up to ten suggestions for searches that you might want to perform. The data comes from other people’s searches, i.e. these are actually the keywords that other people are searching for that start with your search string. VERY valuable info!

#2: http://www.keywordeye.com/ — Free online tool to search for keywords. The free option limits you to ten searches per day, and the paid (expensive!) plan gives you unlimited. The returned information includes cost per click from Bing and Google, search volume, and more.

#3: http://lsikeywords.com/ — This tool takes your suggested start keyword and generates keywords that are related and that appear in the top results in Google for your start keywords. In other words, these suggestions are highly relevant to the start keyword and worth considering!

#4: http://ubersuggest.org/ — Uber Suggest is like Soovle, but again ups the ante. You can select suggestions in lots of languages and in separate categories like web, news, images, etc. Wow.

#5: http://www.semrush.com — Another free and paid tool. The free option is restricted of course, however it provides a LOT of good data including the comparative cost of clicks in each geo-location, trends, related keywords, the 100 top-ranking domains, etc etc. Lots of stuff to dig into.

#6: http://soovle.com/ — This tool takes drop-down suggestions to a stratospheric level — it allows you to select which search engines and sites to send what you’re typing to, and it dynamically displays the suggestions. Shows suggestions from up to 7 sites at once, and click the engines link in the top-right corner to explore alternative sources.

 

Hope this list will be helpful and give you lots of ideas for the perfect keywords for your web seo related online endeavors. If you are interested in the new keyword planner tool go here.

 

 

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