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Google Keyword Tool -> 7Search

Discussion in 'Pay Per Click' started by Ron214, Mar 26, 2012.

  1. Ron214

    Ron214 Affiliate affiliate

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    Hi, can I use google keyword tool or any other KW tool to search for keywords for my 7search campaign? Or do I just have to use the KW tool provided my 7search?
     
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  3. david15923

    david15923 Affiliate affiliate

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    My suggestion: use both. 7search tool will very often give you weird super long tail keywords... Ad all that the main keywords that they have in that list and then use also google keyword tool which gives you more "realistic" keywords. Than just optimize your campaign and you'll be fine. BTW, always bid on phrase/exact match, never go broad.

    But wait for more sugestions and make up your mind ;)
     
  4. Ron214

    Ron214 Affiliate affiliate

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    The thing is, I tried using LSI keyword tool but it won't let me add some keywords to my campaign as it doesn't have any searches according to 7search.
     
  5. david15923

    david15923 Affiliate affiliate

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    When you click "add keywords" to your campaing, in the right section you'll have a "2.Keywords to add" and you put the keywords there, 1 per line. If that didn't had any searches just put those that have searches... Ask for support at 7search
     
  6. Parry

    Parry Affiliate affiliate

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    7search keyword tool is very comprehensive. I would use both so that I don't miss anything out.
     
  7. rangeradith

    rangeradith Get your fix Ninja! affiliate

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    you can use conversion.7search.com for keyword tool in 7search :)
     
  8. DennisKnows

    DennisKnows Get your fix Ninja! affiliate

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    Man I wish I would have known this before I spent..... LOL.. It's all good.. Thanks for the info.. I'll definitely keep this in mind
     
  9. LukePeerFly

    LukePeerFly Super Moderator Super Mod moderator Affiliate Manager Service Manager affiliate

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    Parry Affiliate affiliate

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    It is a good idea to use Google Tool also if you're more comfortable with it. The more tools you use the more information you will have on keywords.
     
  11. unholyempress

    unholyempress Affiliate affiliate

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    u must use both simultaneously
     
  12. cucr3

    cucr3 Affiliate affiliate

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    hey luke, do you mind if i ask where that list came from? or is it a trade secret of yours? also, is there a way to find out the volume searched of each?
     
  13. smilodon

    smilodon Affiliate affiliate

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    Luke actually wrote the answer to both your questions. The answer to the latter one is found in reply to this topic that you quoted - namely, the 7Search Keyword Tool is the one that shows volume for each keyword. It is found here: 7Search.com - Keyword Suggestion - Login

    As for the origins of the list, if I remember correctly on the blog post where Luke advertises these 10k keywords he wrote that he got the list from people @7Search.
     
  14. cucr3

    cucr3 Affiliate affiliate

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    thanks. But I actually meant if there was a way to obtain this list, with volume next to each kw. 10k kws is a lot to go through one by one :p
     
  15. smilodon

    smilodon Affiliate affiliate

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    You know, it only took me 20 seconds to find this ...

    7Search.com - Keyword Suggestion - Login


    You can enter multiple keywords on that link.
     

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