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AdWords Keywords How do I find additional keywords for my campaign?

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Adwords keyword planner hides valuable keywords as it only provide less than 800 keywords. You should research and find more and more long-tailed keywords and add them to your campaign. Try FindMyNiche FindMyNiche Keyword Suggestion and Research Tool Viavert to find relevant kws for you.

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I have used the Google tool and personally I don't think it is too accurate. I have had better results with a Keyword Tool called Jaxxy, best one I have used to date..that's for sure. It gives you so much more information the adwords.

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Https://adwords.google.com/select/KeywordToolExternal
Click on thar link chose your specific area, to whom you want to chose keywords ideas, than select of keyword ideas, it will show you different options

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Type your keywords in it, and click down at keyword ideas then you get the different ideas for your keywords.

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I think most of us use the Word Tracker Keyword tool at http://freekeywords.wordtracker.com/

While the Google tool is excellent too, Wordtracker gives you actual numbers for daily searches and you can tell a bit better which ones are searched more. Tip - type in a partial term instead of an exact one to start. You might find extra phrases outside of what you think are the best ones. For instance, if you are looking at "Mustang headlights", people may call them headlights, head lights, head lamps, etc. Type in "Mustang" first and you will usually find all the top terms in the order of importance.

Another example, "Las Vegas Homes". Do they search for "homes", "houses", "home", "house", or perhaps "condos" is better. Type in "Las Vegas" first and see how many terms are available to choose from and which are the highest in value.

Posted on Nov 16, 2008

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Use the different Keyword suggestion tools, here's one –
https://adwords.google.com/select/KeywordToolExternal

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