I have two more questions. I've been on the Adword page a few times (thanks to two or three of you and your information) but when I bookmark it, the next time it's just the sign in page and it's for the advertisers to sign in to. How do I get there every time without being blocked. I'm talking about the page where you put in a phrase and it tells you what an advertiser would have to pay for that phrase approximately. Thanks.
My second question is about sources. I'm familiar with the need to put sources on an article, but I don't see it done here except for once by Mr. Watkins, I believe it was. And when I tried to footnote or reference my work properly for Ezine Articles, I had to do everything different and take out most of it or it wouldn't be published. I'm confused as I know that none of us can carry so much information in our heads. We have to get it from other sources and legally we're supposed to reference those sources. Does anyone have a good hub they could point me to on this subject? Thanks again.
I just visited Adwords and had the same issue. I noticed that there is a small link on the right hand side of the page (near the top)to say "previous interface" and I was taken back to the earlier version. Voila!
Get an adwords account. You can complete the signup process without even paying $5. However, I can research keywords without even signing in to the Adwords.
I believe if you are not copying someone else's work, then its OK if you don't provide a reference to them. Its like reading a book and writing a small part of what you read there in your own words.
When I want to visit the page I think you are referring to I go to Google and type in -
Keywords external tool
that takes you to the page I think you are looking for.
The other one is I think for people placing adverts.
I cannot answer the second part of the question as I do not write my hubs in that way.
Hope this helps, someone may have a better way to answer both questions soon.
Great question. I use the keyword tool as well. Have you tried the spyfu tool that has some great information on keyword costs, click through rates competition and many other pieces of data.
Just enter your keywords and the site will bring back heaps of good stuff for you to consider.
Here is the link: http://www.spyfu.com/
Its free to use too.
I love this tool and find it is the most accurate on costings and trends.
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