I've only used Google's Keyword Tool, and I don't think I'm using it to its potential; I kind of just plug in words and see what I get. So, I'd be interested, if anyone knows, a more fruitful way to use it; particularly when it comes to finding long-tail keywords, which I don't exactly know how to get, except I've done it almost accidentally several times; wouldn't mind knowing how to do it intentionally.
But I know there are other keyword tools out there, though many of them you have to pay for; I'm curious which one is best and why.
Here are a couple keyword tools that were mentioned in an SEO book I came across in the bookstore tonight. I haven't had a chance to try them out yet:
I have seen Jaaxy mentioned as well and have used the free trial. Jaaxy provides more feedback on which keywords have potential for getting traffic than Google Keyword Tool.
I have tried many keyword tool but among all i prefer google keyword tool. It gives you exact search and broad search . You can analyze the searches of keyword according to google as per your needs and select the keyword. There are many other benefits of this tool. Once you tried this tool you can easily rely on it.
That is good to know that it is reliable and accurate because it's easy to find, easy to use and free. I will have to study it more and find out how to pinpoint keyword better with the tool.
Simone said after use that the Google Keyword Tool is not completely accurate. I'm still using it, for lack of knowing of anything perfect.
I can't confirm which is the best Keyword Tool ( I also use Google Keyword Tool most of the time), but here is a link to some options for Long Tail Keyword suggestions (including Google):
http://www.keywordtooldominator.com/k/l … ord-tools/
I use Google keyword tool and Traffic Travis v4.. Traffic Travis v4 actually gives you the keyword competition for specific keywords. The free version (which is what I'm using) has restrictions but its still a helpful program.
by Susannah Birch 4 years ago
I think my last try was over a year ago. I honestly have never had success with it EVER, even with third party tools, bar ONE title about three years back. If you're freaked out by it, don't stress. You don't HAVE to do keyword research to get good traffic. Personally my two go-tos right now are:1....
by schoolgirlforreal 8 years ago
Please help me find it!
by Haunty 7 years ago
Can someone explain to me in plain English what competition means with regard to us?It says there that it gives an indication of how many advertisers are bidding for a keyword. But what does that mean?I always thought high competition meant that too many webpages are after the same keyword, but now...
by readytoescape 9 years ago
What in your opinion is the best key word seach tool to use
by Eric Dockett 5 years ago
I was a little bummed when I found out the Google Keyword Tool was going away this month. I've been using the Keyword Planner, but I can't say I like it as much. It's functional, I guess, sort of, and I figured I was being my usual doesn't-deal-with-change-so-well self, so I accepted I...
by Isaac Asante 3 years ago
Hi guys,For a while I've been using Google's Keyword Tool to research high-paying keywords and their estimate monthly traffic. Normally, what I do is that I look for Low competition keywords with around 1,000 monthly searches, and less than a million results in Google Search, then I look at the...
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