Does anyone have a site or tool to find out how many times a word or phrase is searched?
I had been using the free version of Google Adtool for the past year, but for whatever reason it doesn't allow me to use it any longer. Does anyone else have a good site or tool that they use for this purpose?
Try this web address:
(the last half of the address should read KeywordToolExternal) and if that doesn't work, open a new gmail account and have that account open while you use it.
I also use Market Samurai for detailed research purposes, it gives me more detail about search terms than just the adwords site. But you have to pay for that. However, the program has paid for itself over time.
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