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Keyword Search Tool: Tricks for Finding Keywords

 Keyword search tool options are often available for free. keyword search toolThere’s no reason that you have to purchase expensive keyword search software right away, especially if you’re new to internet marketing. There are enough free ways to find keywords that even the experts use instead of paid alternatives, so you don’t have to feel as though you’re being left behind by using free versions.

Online keyword search tool options are often pretty straightforward to use. However, once the actual keyword selection process is drawn up, you have to use specific criteria for selecting which ones will work for your needs.

WordTracker Keyword Search Tool

The WordTracker keyword search tool is one of the most effective for finding daily search results that a keyword or keyword phrase enjoys. If you want a more specific calculation of how much search each keyword gets, this is the tool to use.

Naturally, there are free versions and paid versions of the WordTracker keyword search tool. With the free version, you need to sign up with WordTracker by giving them your email address and making a password. Once signed in, you can use the tool for up to 20 searches per day. If you want unlimited searches, then yes, you need to pay for it. However, I would highly recommend trying out the free version as much as possible before subscribing to a monthly subscription to WordTracker.

Google AdWords Keyword Search Tool

If you’ve ever made a Google AdWords campaign, then chances are you’ve used the Google AdWords keyword search tool. This tool gives you much more data than WordTracker and is still free, but the difference is that they don’t show you daily results.

Google works based on monthly search results and search trends. You can also sort by global search versus local search, which makes a difference if you’re selling something that is based in a particular country.

You can use two options when it comes to this keyword search tool. The first is placing your own made-up keywords and keyword phrases into the search box. Google will draw up a list of those words as well as exact, broad or phrase matches. You can sort through the results to see which ones fit your needs.

If you don’t know what keywords you want, however, or if you’ve run out of creativity to think of more, then find a website similar to the one you’re searching for keywords for. Copy and paste its home page or page link into the “website” area of the search tool. Google will draw up a list of results that come from that page or are closely related to topics on that page. You can even do this with your own preexisting pages on a website to see what Google thinks this page is about. In the end, it can be very telling.

Using these free keyword search tool websites, you’ll be able to save a lot of money – and time – on a possibly needless piece of software, as you can get similar results from these free tools.

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  1. Keyword research is one of the most difficult tasks in marketing a campaign.

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