Is there a replacement for the old Google Keywords tool?
Before Google revised their Adwords tools, a user could search for a term like "science fiction." The tool would report the number of searches for that term by month. And, it would recommend other, related popular search terms, like "fiction", "science fiction books," and "best science fiction movies."
Is there another tool, free or paid, that will produce reports like this?
May I know why are you searching for other keyword research tools apart from Google Keyword Planner?
Because Google shares almost 70% of the search market, therefore I believe that relying on a third party keyword research tools may not be a good idea.
Yes there are some keyword research tools available but you won't get the quality like Google keyword planner and moreover most of them are paid and show you only a partial result in free version.
Therefore I'd always recommend you to stick to Google Keyword Planner as far as your keywords research is concerned because there's nothing like it.
Google Keyword Planner is a tool which only allows you to determine how much to bid for a word you already selected. Google revised their tool box so that they all direct you toward paying for clicks.
I use Bing for my ads and get better results.
What I want is something very much like the original keywords tool.
I am not interested in the keyword planner at all. That is completely different.
It doesn't matter that Google is the platform through which a majority of searches flow. What matters is getting the data. This can be collected in many different ways.
So, the question again, is not, "Please tell me what to do." The question is, "Is there a tool similar to the old Google Key word search tool?" I loved that service, and want something like it.
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