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Youtube keyword research question

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by Lmneozoo, Feb 22, 2013.

  1. Lmneozoo

    Lmneozoo Newbie

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    First, I would like to introduce myself as this is my first post. I've been here a few days researching internet marketing as i am new to the whole topic. I have started my first website within a niche that i am very knowledgeable, music production. I am now interested in driving some traffic from youtube to my review site. My question is:

    Is there any such thing similar to google keyword tool for youtube? I found this something called keyword suggestion tool (i cannot link as i am a new member(i googled youtube keyword tool)) however it is unresponsive. Are there any working youtube keyword research tools?


    Thanks for any help offered :DD
     
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    yeah that is the url i was at. after i type in some keywords the add keyword and get keyword idea buttons do not do anything.
     
  5. frazgta

    frazgta Power Member

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    Yea it's sort of a bug. Try using it behind a proxy and with max 60 keywords at a time.
     
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    He means the YouTube KWT is crap! it spits out errors with "Not enough data" - making it useless when you need to implement keyword research.