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Ad*sense PPC Rate?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by nam6641, Nov 19, 2008.

  1. nam6641

    nam6641 Supreme Member

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    Is there a list out there that has what the average PPC rate per key*word is? I want to build up a few blog sites, but i want to make sure my content will get me the highest paying ads on the site.
     
  2. checkurself

    checkurself Registered Member

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    ever heard about this one?
    Code:
    h**ps://adwords.google.de/select/KeywordToolExternal?defaultView=3
     
  3. nundinator

    nundinator Junior Member

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    Here's another great research tool -

    hxxp://w3.g00gle.com/sktool/
     
  4. flyingdutch

    flyingdutch Newbie

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    *** Keyword Rolodex ***

    Google Keyword Tool (Free)
    h**ps://adwords.google.com/select/KeywordToolExternal
    This is the best FREE keyword research tool on the
    Internet. What better place to go for keyword data
    than the most searched upon search engine on the
    planet. A few months back, Google also started to
    include search volumes for their keyword research tool.
    This is my number one keyword research tool because it
    is fast and Google provides you with a wealth of
    keyword information.

    KeywordSpy.com ($89.95 a month)
    h**p://www.keywordspy.com
    KeywordSpy is expensive at $89.95 per month, but is one
    of the few web sites that allows you to download almost
    every single keyword that your competitors are bidding
    on. They also take it one step further by giving you
    details on the specific ad that your competitor is
    running for each particular keyword. Talk about
    getting your hands on sensitive information! The only
    thing that I don't like is that they have a limit of
    only allowing you to exporting 50,000 keywords per day.

    Good Keywords (Free and Paid version)
    h**p://www.goodkeywords.com
    This tool also includes a misspelled keyword feature,
    which is great considering almost 10% of search queries
    are misspelled. The free version has key features such
    as a keyword organizer, site popularity gauge and a
    user-friendly keyword research interface.

    Traffic Travis (Free and Paid Version)
    h**p://www.traffictravis.com
    This tool is WAY more than a keyword research tool and
    the free version does almost everything the paid
    version does. In fact, I can't believe how much they
    give away in the free version. This is a *MUST*
    download and I am sure you will be thanking me for
    pointing you to this free resource.

    SEO Book Keyword Suggestion Tool (Free)
    h**p://tools.seobook.com/keyword-tools/seobook/
    From the creators of SEOBook comes a free keyword
    research tool that supplies you with an incredible
    amount of free information by tapping into free
    resources such as Google insights

    KeywordDiscovery.com ($49.95 per month)
    h**p://www.keyworddiscovery.com
    I have never used this keyword research tool, so I
    can't really comment. I did however find a review on
    the Internet that gives a good amount of information on
    Keyword Discovery. Just go to:
    h**p://www.keywordworkshop.com/articles/17/1/Keyword-Discovery-Full-Review[/url]

    WordPot.com (Free and Paid Version)
    h**p://www.wordpot.com
    This is a great keyword research tool that gives
    you related search terms with their daily estimated
    search volumes. This keyword research tool also
    provides you with synonyms and associated keywords for
    the keyword that you want to generate a list for.

    Wordtracker.com (Free and Paid Version)
    h**p://www.wordtracker.com
    Wordtracker is probably one of the oldest keyword
    research tools around. I think it is fairly decent for
    keyword research, but I find that some of the keywords
    generated are not very relevant to the search term as
    the list grows larger.

    KeywordElite.com ($174 one-time cost)
    h**p://www.keywordelite.com
    Keyword Elite is probably the undisputed champion of
    keyword research tools and is the brain-child of IM
    marketer Brad Callen. The tool is actually 5 tools in
    one with advanced features such as analyzing and spying
    on Adwords competition. It is a bit pricey at $174,
    but this is a one-time fee for this software tool.

    KWBrowse.com (Free)
    h**p://www.kwbrowse.com
    I love this free keyword research tool because it
    actually supplies you with keywords from *lateral*
    markets that may be related to what you are promoting.
    This is important because people in related markets may
    also be interested in what you are promoting or
    selling.

    SpyFu.com (Free and Paid version)
    h**p://www.spyfu.com
    SpyFu is another one of those "steal your competitor's"
    keyword tools. With a wealth of information on
    millions of keywords, you can easily find the keywords
    from your organic and paid competitors and start adding
    them to your arsenal of traffic generating keywords.
    They have a limited free version with an option to
    upgrade for full membership at about $279 annually.

    WordButler (Free trial then $19.95/month)
    h**p://www.wordbutler.com
    I know the guys behind Word Butler and they are very
    smart. This keyword tool uses their unique HCE (Human
    Cognition Emulator) algorithm, which simply means you
    get as many related keyword groups in a niche as
    possible. The speed of the program is great and you can
    quickly export the targeted keywords to your clipboard
    or to a text file.

    KeywordExtend.com (Free)
    h**p://www.keywordextend.com
    Keyword Extend is not a keyword research tool, but
    rather a tool that can help you quickly generate the
    different Adwords variations such as broad, phrases and
    exact match. Additional features include reversing
    words, creating keyword lists with permutations,
    removing duplicate keywords and many others. This
    tools is free for you to use and can help you save
    hours of precious time.

    AdCenter Labs (Free)
    h**p://adlab.msn.com/
    This is a great resource provided by MSN. It is more
    than just a keyword research tool. This tool will help
    you *understand* your market. You really need to spend
    some time at this web site to understand the power of
    this free resource.


    Cheers! :)
     
  5. Entrepreneur

    Entrepreneur Regular Member

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    Keyword Country is pretty much the daddy for this from what i've heard.
     
  6. nam6641

    nam6641 Supreme Member

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    a lot of these guides are just about finding keyw0rds.

    but do they say what the average PPC for a keyw0rd is... like is there a top 10 list of highest paying keyw0rds?
     
  7. WickednDivine

    WickednDivine Executive VIP Premium Member

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  8. This-N-That

    This-N-That Newbie

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    Yes...it's located on the landing page at SpyFu.com for Free...with many other useful lists as well.
     
  9. predayshus

    predayshus Junior Member

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    You are looking for Spufu.com. It is at least a nice place to start.
     
  10. peter1988

    peter1988 BANNED BANNED

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    yah..dont forget their monthly subscription fees..also very Nice to start with :D