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Googe Keyword Tool [Quick Question]

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Cynical, Jan 21, 2011.

  1. Cynical

    Cynical BANNED BANNED

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    When doing keyword research on Google's new keyword tool on broad, I noticed that a lot of the times I get stats like below:

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    Now the keywords are sometimes the same, just in different orders which is why I think they show up as the same approximate searches.

    So does that mean that the searches are shared between all of the keywords with the same stats? So in reality it would be around:
    49.5k Global Searches / 10 keywords = 4.95k average searches per keyword?
     
  2. backflip7531

    backflip7531 Registered Member

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    Use [exact] to find out. Also keep in mind all this data is just approx.
     
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  3. teeniegenie

    teeniegenie Supreme Member

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    OP, don't over analyze the ky tool. Ignore the broad match and stick to exact match, unless you want to end up disappointed. Google doesn't give exact numbers on the keyword tool but there aren't too many good alternatives out there.
     
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  4. Cynical

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    Alright thanks guys, will use exact from now on.