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local keyword search volumes

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by vayacondios, Mar 19, 2015.

  1. vayacondios

    vayacondios Newbie

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    Is there a tool(s) that allows you to research local searches? Volumes, exact phrases, etc? So if I picked a city and/or county, I could see the top 200 searches, etc in that area.
     
  2. David2k8

    David2k8 Registered Member

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    I know this is an older thread, but was thinking about posting a similar question. Does anybody have an answer to this? Is there anyway to find the top KW's for a a specific city or region? KW's could be anything, just wondering what people are searching in my city.
     
  3. randybishop

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    Google Keyword Planner
     
  4. David2k8

    David2k8 Registered Member

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    OP asked about finding the top searches for a specific area. I dont see a way to type in a city or region in google KW planner to find the top searches for that area.
     
  5. randybishop

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    Click "Search new keywords..."
    Under "Targeting" you can change from the county to city.

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  6. b1acky

    b1acky Newbie

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    U guys should actually read field descriptions in keyword planner. Randy just gave you everything you need.
     
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