Google Showing Fake Exact Searhes?

mervarid

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Nov 21, 2009
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Hey i just ranked my one website for a keyword after 1 month efforts. The keyword has 45000 exact searches a month but i am not getting any traffic at all.

I installed analytics 4 times but same problem.

Even i checked awstat its shows only 100 visitors.

Even adsense and amazon didn't generate any impressions.

Any Idea? or Suggestion or Any Experience will be appreciated.

Thanks
 
By ranked you mean #1? Most likely, if you are not an US citizen, you don't get the same results as us people. Try using a us proxy to search google.com and my guess is that you will be somewhere on second page. Look into it. If you are using Market Samurai most likely you've set it for All countries and territories.

Post back if that doesn't help.
 
well friend m on #3 but still no traffic even not 10 users a day. I think i can expect at least 10 users a day on my site if exact search volume is 45000?

wat you say.

Thanks
 
and yea i checked using proxies i am in first 5 positions in almost all google search engines but here m considering only google.com.

i used micro niche finder and i also checked it manually.

Thanks
 
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Are you No. 1 when signed in with your Google ID? That would be Google personalizing your search.
 
no friend m not sign in even i used proxies. Even i contacted my some friends but they also don't have any clue whats happening.

I am also seo expert.

Thanks
 
Ok i searched and i see first 3 video results then my site on #3rd position.

hxxp://xxx.g00gle.com/search?q=1stletter+2ndletter&btnG=Search&meta=15&num=10&start=0&safe=images&pws=0&gl=US&hl=en
 
means first 3 video results then 2 websites then mine. :)

sorry i am messed up lolzz.

so confuse

Thanks
 
Was it a trending kw? If it is a trending kw, the trend of people looking for that may be already dead.

Anyway, you should not trust the google key tool. Go always for more than one kw.
 
its an entertainment keyword and people search hundred of thousand times thats y i see many results.

Thanks
 
Ok, repeat after me... "The search numbers in the Google Keyword Tool do not show how many people actually search for that term in Google".

The numbers you are seeing are the TOTAL number of times that term was searched for AND had matching AdSense ads shown on across all of Google's partner sites. This does not include AdSense publisher sites, these are big sites with direct deals with Google like Mahalo.

This means that when a site like Mahalo has someone land on a page, they can select related keywords for it, Google shows AdSense ads specifically for those keywords and then logs it in their system as a "search".

Google has this sort of setup on many sites.

So why does Google show you this number in it's Keyword Tool? Because the purpose of that tool is to show you the potential number of times your AdWords ad could be shown for that keyword. That tool is for AdSense advertisers, not for SEO research.

So for a given keyword that has 40,000 exact monthly searches, you can't tell if 39,999 come from Google's partner sites and 1 comes from their search engine or if it's the other way around.

The only tool that Google has which will give you the numbers you're looking for is the Google Search-based Keyword Tool. Only downside is that it's database of keywords is much, much smaller than the AdSense Keyword Tool.
 
Oh, and next month the Search-based Keyword Tool will disapear and it's functionality rolled into the main keyword tool.

My guess is that only the features will be moved over and the data shown will be the same crap (for SEO purposes) that is shown now. Use the search-based tool while you can. Hope they at least offer a way to filter between their partner sites and search engine traffic. Keep your fingers crossed.
 
no friend m not sign in even i used proxies. Even i contacted my some friends but they also don't have any clue whats happening.

I am also seo expert.

Thanks


you are SEO expert.... yet you have no clue?
freaking people rank one site and then there an SEO expert lol. :rolleyes:
 
Ok, repeat after me... "The search numbers in the Google Keyword Tool do not show how many people actually search for that term in Google".

The numbers you are seeing are the TOTAL number of times that term was searched for AND had matching AdSense ads shown on across all of Google's partner sites. This does not include AdSense publisher sites, these are big sites with direct deals with Google like Mahalo.

This means that when a site like Mahalo has someone land on a page, they can select related keywords for it, Google shows AdSense ads specifically for those keywords and then logs it in their system as a "search".

Google has this sort of setup on many sites.

So why does Google show you this number in it's Keyword Tool? Because the purpose of that tool is to show you the potential number of times your AdWords ad could be shown for that keyword. That tool is for AdSense advertisers, not for SEO research.

So for a given keyword that has 40,000 exact monthly searches, you can't tell if 39,999 come from Google's partner sites and 1 comes from their search engine or if it's the other way around.

The only tool that Google has which will give you the numbers you're looking for is the Google Search-based Keyword Tool. Only downside is that it's database of keywords is much, much smaller than the AdSense Keyword Tool.


Well i didn't try it before in professional way but i searched some keywords and i see no results or keywords found may be m missing something.

But i am confused that why all software using these tools if they are not accurate and yes search based tool has not a huge databases for keywords.

At same time i will say that i used this tool every time i made a new site and its trusted resource.

I have more than 200 micro niches the prob i see only with this niche.
 

you are SEO expert.... yet you have no clue?
freaking people rank one site and then there an SEO expert lol. :rolleyes:


well you can say friend i didn't mind as i don't like manual work :) so m a lazy seo expert who know nothing but to use tools :)
 
Ok, repeat after me... "The search numbers in the Google Keyword Tool do not show how many people actually search for that term in Google".

The numbers you are seeing are the TOTAL number of times that term was searched for AND had matching AdSense ads shown on across all of Google's partner sites. This does not include AdSense publisher sites, these are big sites with direct deals with Google like Mahalo.

This means that when a site like Mahalo has someone land on a page, they can select related keywords for it, Google shows AdSense ads specifically for those keywords and then logs it in their system as a "search".

Google has this sort of setup on many sites.

So why does Google show you this number in it's Keyword Tool? Because the purpose of that tool is to show you the potential number of times your AdWords ad could be shown for that keyword. That tool is for AdSense advertisers, not for SEO research.

So for a given keyword that has 40,000 exact monthly searches, you can't tell if 39,999 come from Google's partner sites and 1 comes from their search engine or if it's the other way around.

The only tool that Google has which will give you the numbers you're looking for is the Google Search-based Keyword Tool. Only downside is that it's database of keywords is much, much smaller than the AdSense Keyword Tool.

WTF!? say it isn't so! Dammit, now what do we use?
 
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