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google keyword planner - newbie question

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by joeb1ow, Dec 4, 2014.

  1. joeb1ow

    joeb1ow Regular Member

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    so i know you have to have a adwords account to use gkp
    how the fuck do i get to the google keyword planner after entering my email address?
    it keeps on sending me to create a campaign. i don't want to create a campaign lol
    i never ran into this issue before when i used my old account which i forgot
    how do i bypass this to do keyword research with gkp?

    -joeb1ow
     
  2. freehealthylife.com

    freehealthylife.com Power Member

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    Why don't you create a campaign :D. It takes a few mins. Just put some info and you are in. That's the only way to get in GKP
     
  3. J-S-T

    J-S-T Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    This happens for the first time only... i guess there is an option for Cancel, Don't know the current Interface though.
     
  4. Atomic76

    Atomic76 Registered Member

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    It's been a few months since I set up a brand new AdWords account, but if I recall, I think you just need to hit the back button, or just close out of your browser then log back into AdWords - and it should take you to the standard AdWords homepage/dashboard. I found this rather annoying too that they try to force you to create a campaign as soon as you log in for the first time. If someone is really new to AdWords they may not even know what they want their first campaign to even be.

    It's not a huge deal, since you can just delete or re-use the campaign for something else. But you can never 100% delete a campaign from AdWords. The "deleted" ones will always linger in your reporting - which becomes a pain in the ass after a few years when all these old deleted campaigns start piling up. Especially when you are trying to build custom reports and you have to keep trying to remember which ones are the old deleted campaigns and which are the live ones.
     
  5. joeb1ow

    joeb1ow Regular Member

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    its asking for a credit/debit card and its not taking my fake information like wtf
    can someone help me get bypass this shit?

    -joeb1ow
     
  6. freehealthylife.com

    freehealthylife.com Power Member

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    Okay you can follow these steps below it will by pass creating Adwords campaign

    1. Try to clear your browser cookies and re-login your gmail account or try a brand new browser (I switch from FF to Chrome) and then go to this link:

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    https://adwords.google.com/KeywordPlanner
    until you see this screenshot

    googleadwords.jpg

    2. Click the link (Skip the guided setup) - red arrow in picture you will be redirected to

    ggadwords.jpg

    3. Click the blue button "Save and Continue" and walla:

    ggad.jpg

    4. Final step: Click Tools ->> Keyword Planner and you're in
     
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