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 took a glance at it, but will study it more indepth later on. It seems outstanding!
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thanks for digging into the microsoft adlab. I was looking around for such a tool. I will check it today.
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But it doesn't belong in this forum... this is to exchange knowledge about HubPages.
Well, I am sure the admin can move it, if they wish
However since keywords are a part of hubpages, ie: tags are basically keywords
I find it related to hubpages.
With all due respect, I thought this section was for sharing information. Just my take on things. I for one, appreciate the tip.
Hey man thanks for the suggestions - gonna have to give a look.
This is a very useful keyword tool. Thank you so much for sharing. I better check it out now.
Is this really new? I remember using this a while back. I use the Ad Text Writer all the time. Maybe I am mistaken..
its not new, but it is updated and more indepth. 90% of the people haven't heard of it.
So there is new features and new to most people. I looked in the other keyword thread and not one person has mentioned it. Because of the advanced options I chose to start a new thread, so more people are aware of this tool.
From the front:
"Share tips and tricks with fellow Hubbers on how to attract traffic and make money from your Hubs."
Although, I guess this would probably fit in here.
by Isaac Asante 4 years ago
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by Gous Ahmed 9 years ago
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by Susannah Birch 4 years ago
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by Nathan Bernardo 5 years ago
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by schoolgirlforreal 8 years ago
Please help me find it!
by aoiffe379 8 years ago
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