What do you use to research keywords for your articles?
I use to use the Google Adwords keyword tool but as of lately I do not think I like using it anymore because I think it does not give good information anymore. It's just my opinion though. What do you use to research keywords? HELP :-)
I haven't used adwords, but I found google's Zeitgeist as a very good starting point. You just search for a specific word, and it tells you all the hot terms being searched related to that word
I'm partial to Google's keyword tool. I think it works great!
I use google adword and some time i also use traffic travis for it...
First I use the Google Keyword tool, set to "broad" match and global searches. I download 40 or 50 likely keywords, then use Traffic Travis to analyze and refine the list. Then Keyword Elite 2.0 to broaden the list again, then select the final 50 or so keywords to look at competition strength.
by Jonathan Wylie 4 years ago
What are your strategies for finding good keywords for articles, and what factors do you associate with a good keyword or keyword phrase?
by Jonas 5 years ago
Do you research keywords before you start with a new hub page?
by letterme 6 years ago
Do you research for keywords each time you plan to publish a hub?
by EmpressFelicity 8 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 account, you can *sort* by CPC, but you can't actually view the CPC column any...
by Muralidharan 3 years ago
Hi everyone,Share your comments on the keywords research for SEO. Google adwords can be used to research the keyword competition and global or local searches for PPC and not for Organic SEO purpose. Share your techniques how you filter the potential keywords for Organic SEO/Natural search...Thank...
by Nathan Bernardo 5 years ago
On Google Keyword Tool (only keyword tool I've ever used): I understand that competition for that word you're looking for should be low, so that you aren't vying for the top search results with that word; but I don't totally understand what you should look for in terms of global searches for that...
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