I can't do exact/broad and other keywords suggestions don't show. Is it my browser? The suggestions showed up one time only. Forgive my typo on IPhone ))
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by Will Apse 2 years ago
This is one way of getting traffic from Google. The old hands know this but the newbies might benefit.First choose a subject you know about or are interested in. I am going with 'rocks'.Go to Google, type something about rocks. I chose 'rocks with'.You get search suggestions like this:Go to the...
by Andria 8 years ago
So, as I'm forced to use it, I have been.The good news is that alterations wise - it just looks more collected. Professional. Nothing obvious software-wise stands out. I'm no techno-geek, that's just my opinion.The bad? I did a shed load of keyword research recently, using the old interface. I'm...
by Liz Elias 2 weeks ago
In today's email (11-26-18) I received the following from Google:"Your Google Ads account was cancelled due to no spendYour Google Ads account XXXXXXXXXXX was automatically cancelled on 11/26/18, as it has not spent for over 15 months. Learn more about inactive account cancellation.Ads will...
by Audrey Selig 8 years ago
Did I get lucky or what? The only problem is that there is not much traffic. I spent a lot of time with Adwords Keyword tool, and I bought an SEO book by Michael Miller and asked a lot of questions in the forum. Thanks for all your help. Any comments?
by Elayne 8 years ago
I recently published a hub which was rejected for different reasons. I am not totally sure what the exact problem is was given this reason:Deceptively Tagged/Titled/Categorized â€“ Hub is improperly categorized, has a misleading title, or has tags that don't match the Hub's content; possibly...
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...
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