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Does google keyword tool have this function

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by bing458, May 6, 2013.

  1. bing458

    bing458 Regular Member

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    We can use google keyword tool to see how many times a keyword searched by every country,but I find that if i want to contrast some keywords searched in USA and Canada,I have to export the data for two times,in fact i want to know some keywords searched by every country but i don't want to exprot the data every time I search in every country,does someone can solve this,or any other tool works perfectly,thanks.
     
  2. SmartyPantz

    SmartyPantz BANNED BANNED

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    Have you tried searching google for other kw tools? Also, i'm not quite sure that i understand your question.

    Could you please rephrase your question?

    thnks
     
  3. bing458

    bing458 Regular Member

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    For example,I want to know keyword "clothes" searching data.so i use google keyword tool,i want to know how many times people search "clothes" in every country for a month.Do i need to select location every time?
     
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    siihihi Regular Member

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    if cntrl and location did not help then I'm afraid that you need to do it manually. But I'm no expert :)
     
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    Scritty Elite Member Premium Member

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    It is something I've done before when setting up national sub domains for a product and checking to see which nations it was worth doing it for.
    After an hour of searching either for a tool or a way that Google could do it - I had to do it manually.
    All I'll add was this was almost a year ago so it is possible that a new tools that does this has been released since then - but pretty certain in about July 2012 there was nothing that did this.