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How to check the most accurate number of searches for a keyword p/month

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by dkdanielkli, Sep 11, 2014.

  1. dkdanielkli

    dkdanielkli Regular Member

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    So a while ago I used to use the Google Keyword Tool but looking at it now it doesn't seem to be the same anymore. Say that my keyword is 'New York Dentists' (it's not actually), it'll only show me info about 'New York Dentists' and not on how many searches the exact keyword gets, as in [New York Dentists].
    Any recommendations for me, an SEO beginner?

    Thanks in advance.:)
     
  2. rankwatch12

    rankwatch12 Regular Member

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    You can try wordtracker. Maybe that will help you out.
     
  3. manking

    manking Regular Member

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    i'm not quite sure about this, but keyword planner now only shows exact matches
     
  4. arganrecords

    arganrecords Elite Member

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    For me her ein Italy is working all good and not only exact matches are showed.

    @OP if you've problems go with SemRush, there is an accurate keyword tracker with suggestions on that match
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    http://it.semrush.com/info/New+York+Dentists?db=us
     
  5. SEO Power

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    Be sure to click on the "keyword ideas" tab after the results are displayed. You are perhaps using information under the "ad groups" tab.