Until you know what you're doing and use it excessively enough to warrant financial outlay, stick with the free Google keyword tool.
In my opinion the best are
Niche Market finder (free) http://www.seodevgroup.com/products/Nic … inder.html
Stealth Keyword Competition Analyser
Niche Finder http://nichefinder.bradcallen.com/
Thanks for suggesting these websites...but I wanted to know the difference between google tool and the given ones.....Thanks...
by Haunty5 years ago
Can someone explain to me in plain English what competition means with regard to us?It says there that it gives an indication of how many advertisers are bidding for a keyword. But what does that mean?I always thought...
by Isaac Asante24 months ago
Hi guys,For a while I've been using Google's Keyword Tool to research high-paying keywords and their estimate monthly traffic. Normally, what I do is that I look for Low competition keywords with around 1,000 monthly...
by EmpressFelicity6 years ago
...guess what? It seems that unless I'm missing something, you now need to have an AdWords account to get the keyword tool to show the estimated average CPC for a keyword/phrase. If you don't have an AdWords...
by DzyMsLizzy5 years ago
Hi- I've reviewed the video feed from the SF HP meetup/camp...and I'm still confused:Do I want keywords that are UNIQUE, or that have thousands of searches on them?I'm looking in the keyword tool, and it's very...
by Gous Ahmed6 years ago
I've read a lot of hubs on the Google Keyword Tool, and the problem i have is trying to understand how to use it. Now, when i upload the site i type in the words to add as tags for my hubs, which is very helpful.The...
by Stephen M7 years ago
Microsoft has launched their Adcenter, and hard to find buried within is an Adlab.These tools are pretty sophisticated, you can search keywords from current keywords, demographics, anticipated searches. I just briefly...
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