It keeps kicking me over to log in at Adwords. It'll give you about a minute, long enough to start a search and be scrolling through results, and then it'll switch you over.
So I guess this means no more keyword tool without Adwords account, unless you do your search very quickly.
do a forum search ..a discussion on how to revert exists
Happened to me today too. TQ darkside and sunforged for the heads up.
Cool - thanks for the link - it has been driving me nuts too !
Darkside, thanks for the link. I was asked to sign in today when i wanted to make use of the keyword tool. But, through this link, i gained access as usual.
Thanks for the link. That login page was getting on my nerves and I dont like the Google SKtool
Thank you Darkside for this link! I could not figure out why mine was all blocked, we can't do without you, please never leave hub pages!
Thank you! Whatever version I was using worked fine till yesterday. This morning it was driving me crazy.
Nice link, its the better one I think
I ended up signing up for adwords but the new tool is worse than the old one
the new tool still has a drop down feature that shows the same options as the old..its just in a different spot.
I keep clicking the button to go back to the old interface, because every time I try to add the CPC column on the new one, I get an error message.
The new interface is awkward, a lot of stuffing around to try and get the results I was used to.
you can check results by country and has a quick link to insights, it also saves your presets so you dont have to change the view each time.
I dont use the tool so much anymore so perhaps my opinion isnt as valid as someone who used it daily
I don't like the new version, I am signed up to Adwords though, I just find this one cluttered!
Thanks for the link! I did not like the new tool set up. Plus I can't get the CPC to show either!
Thanks for that the new one was a pain.... not helpful or friendly for user
always swimming against the tide ...
but I like the new tool because the suggested keywords are clickable - it saves a copy/paste step to find level of competing pages with google search
The traffic travis keyword tool still seems to be working okay!
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