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G00gle insights for search

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by jdog37, Apr 30, 2009.

  1. jdog37

    jdog37 Power Member

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    Sorry if there is a thread already or this is in the wrong place. (please move if needed!)
    So anyways. G00gle insights for search.
    Anyone use this for keyword research? If so I have a few questions if ya dont mind. Otherwise those that dont use it or dont know about it may learn something I hope.

    How accurate are the search results? (Number wise I mean.)

    Does using quotes around the "keyword" mean much with this tool? (Ive noticed a difference in the trends when doing this.)

    I think this would really be an awesome tool if used correctly and if the results are accurate. Especially the local search feature showing which states, counties, and cities search most for specific terms.....ahem! graigs list LOL!

    I got a video about this from Howie (email opt in list) and would be willing to share it but am not sure if it would be cool with the mods here.(cant post a link anyways) But anyone who thinks it would be okay....feel free to do so in this thread for anyone else that could use this.

    Thanks yall.................Jdog
     
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    No insights? (pun intended)
    But was hoping for some suggestions from some of the more advanced marketers here if you dont mind the share.
    Thanks........................J
     
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    okay yall....last bump on this thread (cant someone at least flame me for being such a fuking noob)
     
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    okey...congratulations, I now pronounce u a "FUCKING N00B"...well done
     
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    Insights is nothing more than a tool in the tool box. You don't necessarily rely on it to do everything like a swiss army knife supposedly would lead you to believe. As you already stated, use it correctly and you'll get what you want.

    I personally use it just as a tool along with other tools that all compliment each other. Insights just gives me what the breakout keywords may be, the graph of interest over time, etc. It's pretty self explaining once you look at it.

    The geo-targeting feature of it isn't so powerful in my opinion. I haven't used it to strictly geo-target, but so far in my attempts to use it with a BST method I bought a while back proves to me that Google isn't providing geo-targeting info in a profitable manner yet for people like 'us'. At least for the type of money maker I was looking to do...you still need a "suite" of tools to get what you want in other words.
     
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    Thanks to ya Ab sincerely.....your the 1th person to visit my post (and your a winner)
    Just kidding and being a smartass!
    I was hoping for some input on this. But a flame like that at least lets me know Im not going completely un-noticed.
    Is my post out of line?....too noobish?....or just stupid?
    Help me if ya can.....LOL................J
     
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    Was sorta what I thought. But are the numbers at least fairly accurate as far as the search terms and such? Also as ask does in"quotes" make a difference with this tool?
    Of course I wouldnt rely on this as a main source for keyword research but it seems like a pretty solid tool for those that are too broke to buy something and are just starting out.
    Could you also name some other research tools (free ones) that someone just starting out could use.
    I am a fuking noob (as stated above!) Thanx a bunch Deth..............J
     
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    you're here to make good moonies...not good threads/posts...:amish:
     
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    yes....I wanna make the monies. But I wanna do it efficiently as well.
    I wanna use the tools available. Not stumble around blindly (asking stupid questions)
    Thats why I ask about this tools accuracy so as it wont be a total waste of my time.
    I use the search button and read soooo much here everyday.
    Ill never start a worthless thread or try to inflate my post count (Ive seen tooo much of that shit here)
    Ill never flame a noob for being a noob.....(I dont flame at all)
    But if someones too lazy to use search....Ill lmao while these BHW members cut them to the bone.
    Ill help anyone I can if I can.....but if I cant then Ill learn from the regular (respectable) members that do try to help these noobs!
    UH!......Sorry for the rant.....Well not really!........................J
     
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    you typed a lot..cool...lmao :p
     
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    yep....spare no expense!
    Can you help out with my question in the original post? Or are we just going back and forth uselessly?
    No prob either way (as it inflates my post count.....NOT!).....LOL
    I thanked you for being the first to flame me but no thanks will be going out from here on out.
    In fact if you got nothing productive to say about the original inquiry then you should just go post in someone elses thread and waste their time!
    I got no time for losers like you.....trying to make cash here (understand?)
     
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    1) I was simply answering to the comments you made regarding me in your previous post...
    2) You question has already been answered by death_by_uv.
    3) Think before calling someone a LOOSER & giving them -ive reps. Reported!
     
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    Yep your right, was already answered and I apologize to you.
    The loser thing was completely uncalled for (drunk) but I didnt -rep anyone. Cant as far as I know.
    I just see so many noobs like myself get flamed for asking noob questions that I guess it puts me on the defense automatically.
    You only responded as I ask "fuking noob" so I should only grin and bear it.
    Once again sorry dude.........................J
     
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    never mind, I'd still suggest you to use adwords keyword tool or if u can pay some $$$, go for micro niche finder :

    Code:
    http://www.micronichetool.com/
     
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    ~snip~ double post
     
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