Google Keyword Tools, How To Use Them?

Want to get the best Google keyword tools to generate the highest targeted traffic?

Lord knows everyone has racked their keywords search volume database brain at some point online to figure it out. Google has a free online keyword tool that offers all the help necessary to get the most hits.

Here’s what to do:
Type in Google keyword tools, click on the first search option that says, “Keyword Tools – Google AdWords – Google Online Advertising by Google.”

Type in the word or phrase and hit search. Results will display the keywords, competition, global and local monthly searches. This shows who is looking for what without hours of manual searching.

There are two things to ensure the highest quality keywords for generating traffic to your website, article, or blog:
– High Searches
– Low Competition

High search volume is proof people are looking for the keywords you’ll be using. Make sure the keywords used have over 2000 monthly searches whenever using Google keyword tools search. You must know people are searching for your words  manga stream.

Low competition guarantees you’ll be seen by the millions of people filing through tons of Google pages. Put your keywords in “italics” and check your Google results below the toolbar. [If your search results are less than about 70,000, you’re in business].

Hot Tip:
There are two types of keywords; long-tail keywords and short-tail keywords. Short-tail keywords are 1-3 words in length. Long-tail keywords are more than 3 words. Use long tail-keywords for all keyword campaigns! This will get you the best results!

After discovering the best keywords for your online advertising, marketing campaign, articles, newsletter, SEO, and internet blogs; upload it to the internet. Get some form of tracking device to follow the visitors that came from your Google keyword tools efforts. Google Analytics works well.

One of the best Google keyword tools for online advertising is this word search database. It tells you how many are searching globally/monthly, how much competition there is, and how many different combinations of the keywords are being searched.

Jeremy MacDonald lives in Scottsdale, AZ and has been a part- time internet marketer since Dec. of 2010.

Sure, I’ve tried internet marketing in the past and only recently learned the few necessary skills that bleed results.

A mentor of mine has walked me step-by-step, using non-technical verbage and easy to follow videos…

 

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