Google Keyword Planner

  • Using Pinterest For Keyword Research

    One of the foundations of good SEO is making sure your site content is relevant to what you offer and that this content is optimized to use the same language commonly used by consumers. For example, most outfitters would be advised to develop content and optimize around their stock of cowboy boots rather than referring to their items as western boots or roper boots.

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  • 7 Cool Tools for a Blog That Will Rapidly Increase Your Traffic

    … that is well worth checking out. 5. Google Keyword Planner for Keyword Research Google Keyword Planner provides you with an estimate of the number of monthly searches for particular keywords in particular countries, or globally. This is not 100% accurate, but it will generally give you a good indicator if there is organic traffic for any particular…

    Ian Cleary/ RazorSocial- 22 readers -
  • 3 Ways To Use Keyword Planner To Improve Your Mobile Search Visibility

    … more visible to mobile searchers. Data-Driven Mobile Configuration Strategy The first thing you should do is look at your high-revenue, brand keywords to see how the majority of searchers are finding you and your competitors online. This can help you determine what mobile strategy makes the most sense for your business: responsive, adaptive, mobile…

    Bryson Meunier/ Marketing Land- 20 readers -
  • Google’s Keyword Planner Updates: Looking Trendy

    … Almost exactly one year ago I posted about Google’s then-new Keyword Planner tool. Now they’re back at it, releasing a new set of features with little to no accompanying fanfare. All of the updates seem to revolve around adding better visualization to assist advertisers with creating highly targeted campaigns from the ground up. Will it Trend?continue reading … The post Google’s Keyword Planner Updates: Looking Trendy appeared first on Dex Media. …

    Jonathan Larkin/ Dex Media- 6 readers -
  • What Can Keyword Planner Tell Us About Mobile Search Behavior?

    … If you were to ask the question posed by the title of this article a month ago, the answer would be: nothing. Unfortunately, when Google sunsetted the Keyword Tool and replaced it with Keyword Planner in July of last year, one of the things marketers lost was the ability to see traffic by device. But mobile keywords are back! Well, sort…

    Bryson Meunier/ Marketing Landin SEO- 17 readers -