How does adwords search help us for key words?
I am still confused that while I go adwords keyword search it displays columns competition- global monthly search - local monthly search. so what is better in my search I see low, medium or zero so what is better to choose from.
pls someone can detail me.
Ignore competition - that's for paying advertisers.
Make it "exact" search.
Find a keyword between 2500-7500 searches/month for global.
Click it to see how much competition you have in Google search (Better on incognito or a browser that doesn't track your history.)
I don't really use keywords anymore, I've found the keyword tool inaccurate and although learning about them was good, I've now learnt enough to get a "feel" for what works.
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