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Google Keyword Tool 2010 – Adwords Keyword Research

How to use the Google Keyword Tool to perform Order Generic Accutane Online without Prescription keyword research. Includes info on how to use the interface properly. www.terrapin.ws Google Adwords Keyword Tool – Keyword Research Tutorial 2010 How to use the Google Keyword Tool. Details the advanced functions of the Google Adwords Keyword Tool so you can get the most of this best of breed Keyword Tool. Keyword research looks at the particular words and phrases users enter to search for solutions to problem, products and services … this research for keywords related to your interest will also include the analysis of which ones yield the highest return on investment. Ultimately we want to find the phrases that have the best combination of • Demand — higher is better • Competition — lower is better • A clear intention tightly related to your market or potential solution This includes researching the number of times a keyword or keyword phrase or it’s derivatives (plurals, etc) is searched for and the competitiveness of it. These best keywords, or search terms are targeted for a website’s search engine rankings. During this process you will record and analyze your results. Why it’s important to your business: • You can find the problem within your broad interest areas • You can analyze these problems to learn what trends of problem exist • Determine if your discovered problems indicate potential niche markets • The ability to build a website on what people truly are looking for from the ground on up Good keyword research
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25 Responses to “Google Keyword Tool 2010 – Adwords Keyword Research”

  1. TerrapinMarketing says:

    @TheExcelExpert Thanks for dropping by. Yes the autofilter is ultra handy for wrangling large amounts of data.

  2. TheExcelExpert says:

    Fantastic video, wish I watched the filtering bit before drilling down through 10,000 keywords

  3. TerrapinMarketing says:

    @LastHiredFirstFired Your most welcome.
    Do you have an video requests?
    I make videos on demand if the topic is similar to the ones I have already.

    Or shoot me a list of questions and I will make you a video response!

    Just for you pal!

    Cheeers!

  4. LastHiredFirstFired says:

    thanks for much for using the most recent 2010 adword tool in your video all those other people are showing the old version makes no sense.

  5. TerrapinMarketing says:

    @mboneit Thanks for dropping by. I am glad I could help you out.
    I also do video requests if you have one.

  6. mboneit says:

    Nice very useful

  7. TerrapinMarketing says:

    @goldennoah1

    Thanks for dropping by.
    I also make videos upon request too.
    So if you have any thing you want to learn more about just let me know and I will make you a video.

  8. goldennoah1 says:

    man this was a really great video thanks a lot. come check out my page if you want but i am subscribing to your because it is legitimately useful thanks again.

  9. TerrapinMarketing says:

    @TarheelJ
    Thanks for the kind words.

  10. TarheelJ says:

    Good stuff here. Thanks, Terp. I’ve been using this tool for a while now and definitely learned a few things. Incredibly valuable program, I agree.

  11. TerrapinMarketing says:

    @relligence
    I made you a video called:
    religence – made for this user
    It should be up by noon PST.

    Search this in YT or my channel.
    Its a response just for you.

    As a way of saying thanks could give me some thumbs up on my videos. subscribe and maybe add me as a friend.

    This way you can help me out a little.

    As always let me know if you have any questions

  12. TerrapinMarketing says:

    @relligence

    I got it figured out.
    The tool has changed since I made that video.
    I now have all the same issues that you do.

    So that explains all the problems we a re have now.
    Its still a great tool you just have to use it a little differently.

    What is a is important:

    1) Keywords returned
    2) The “phrase match” demand
    3) CPC for knowing the competition levels.

  13. TerrapinMarketing says:

    @gwatts2617

    You simple type in a term like “cat food” and supply a url.
    Google will then tell you all the keywords that it “thinks” is related to “cat food”.

    I might make a video for that, but I dont think its a great tool.
    Its good brainstorming I guess but that is about it.

    Thanks for dropping by and as always let me know if you need more help.

    Cheers!

  14. TerrapinMarketing says:

    @relligence

    You need an Adwords account. Then you will see it.

    Logon into adwords first then open the tool and all these options will appear for you.

  15. TerrapinMarketing says:

    @relligence

    Ok so go in a category.
    Then you will many keywords with tick boxes beside them.

    Say you see “organic” in a category because your original search was say “cat food”. If you un-tick “organic” then all keywords that contain organic are then removed from the results.

    This is a useful method for removing non relevant terms.

    Again click the category, then you see terms with tick boxes, then you tick off what you dont want to see in the results. Contain was just a term I used.

  16. relligence says:

    @TerrapinMarketing Also, under the advanced search, I don’t see any show results for all keyword ideas/ideas containing my search terms. i remember seeing them months ago.

  17. relligence says:

    @TerrapinMarketing
    hmm.. I have the categories sidebar, but i’m lacking the Contains below the categories. Is it because of the new google keyword tool or?

  18. TerrapinMarketing says:

    @relligence
    On the left you see:

    All Categories

    Computers
    Consumer Electronics
    Finance
    Food
    Hobbies & Leisure
    Home & Garden
    Sports & Fitness

    Click the + sign to open a category.
    Then click off any categories you dont want results from.

    Let me know if you need more help!

    Good luck!

    Geoff

  19. relligence says:

    Hi Terrapin, I was trying out the Google Keyword Tool and typed in the same keyword as you. However I do not see any Contains function at the sidebar.

  20. gwatts2617 says:

    Would like to know more about using the website option for finding keywords.

  21. TerrapinMarketing says:

    @reason31

    Thank you very much.
    I just added a new video on my channel that details how to organize your keyword data. Thought that might be of interest to you since you expressed interest in this video.
    Thank for dropping by!

  22. reason31 says:

    Great stuff

  23. darkestglobe says:

    I also want to learn how to organize this data.

  24. TerrapinMarketing says:

    @10viewer1
    Thank you.

    OK you got it.
    I will make a video that tells you how to organize this data and what you do with it.

    Adwords is a big can of worms and I will think about some basics one should start with.

    Feel free to message me any marketing question you might have and I will do my best to help along.

    Cheers!

    Subscribe to my channel and you be notified when she up.
    I think I can do it by end of next week.
    Send any questions now and I will include them in the video.

  25. TerrapinMarketing says:

    @10viewer1
    Thank you.

    OK you got it.
    I will make a video that tells you how to organize this data and what you do with it.

    Adwords is a big can of worms and I will think about some basics one should start with.

    Feel free to message me any marketing question you might have and I will do my best to help along.

    Cheers!

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