How do I get to Keyword Planner? I've read several articles, but when I sign in, I get something different. All I see is information about creating an ad campaign. I don't see a Tools drop down menu or anything that says Keyword Planner. What am I doing wrong?
That's it, no Google keywords without an Adwords account. It is a dirty one, but what can we do? I feel as if I am working in darkness without it.
If you have Google account already then you login to access the keyword planner.
by Jonathan Wylie2 years ago
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by Jeff2 years ago
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by Susannah Birch2 years ago
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by Eric Dockett3 years ago
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by EmpressFelicity6 years ago
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by Richard Bivins3 years ago
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