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Researching MNS keywords

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Ed4252, Jul 18, 2011.

  1. Ed4252

    Ed4252 Power Member

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    When using google adwords tool to research kw's, what's the difference between exact and broad search data?

    For example, in my situation there's a keyword that has LOTS of broad monthly searches (100k)+ but when it's exact less than 100.

    When I use google trends for that keyword, it gets good amount of searches - comparable to other good traffic keywords.
     
  2. Ed4252

    Ed4252 Power Member

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    bump,,,
     
  3. Ed4252

    Ed4252 Power Member

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    can anyone answer this?
     
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    buduhpintar Newbie

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    If keyword = "cheapest mouse"
    Then exact search will be = cheapest mouse
    While broad search will be something like cheapest mouse available, cheap mouse, cheaps mouse.
    If I'm not wrong.
     
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    Here I have explained about the match types(Broad/Phrase/Exact) . The data what you see in G0ogle Trends is NOT the actual search count. It's a scale [SIZE=-1] based on the average worldwide traffic. Read this for more information.

    When you target a keyword, always check the exact search count to estimate the traffic.
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  6. Ed4252

    Ed4252 Power Member

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    Is there a way to check if there's a high probability of users clicking on ads for my keyword?

    I think I've found a gold mine of a niche but not sure if users will click on ads.