i normally use google adword tool to check the importance of a keyword and how much it pays. Do you use it as well?
I have used google adword tool occasionally to check the bidding cost for keywords that I am using in my hubpages. This is one way to maximize your absense earnings.
I don't use it too often there are much better tools out there for providing keyword information, and information on publisher competition.
I use it but haven't found it to be anywhere near accurate for CPC.
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