How good are you at finding keywords and how important are they. If you are like me that is one of the baffling aspects of internet marketing.
After checking out many keyword tools available, the only useful one for finding keywords is Jaaxy. Finding keywords with Jaaxy is the easiest tool I have ever used.
Most of the keyword tools out there are very difficult to understand and are not very effective. Some have a free starter program for a while and then charge a hefty monthly fee.
At best you have to fumble around and learn their complicated system and then you are lucky if you get accurate information.
One program has a free starter set-up, but try to get into it.
I must have tried 7 or 8 times without any success. I know I am not great working with computers, but it shouldn’t be that complicated.
Google’s keyword tool is o.k. But they are always changing the format which can be annoying. You just get comfortable doing it one way and then it’s changed.
Here is a list of some of the many keyword tools for free.
Uber Suggest (free)
This site is pretty good. Gives you a lot of keywords in alphabetical order.
Very easy to use. Just type in the word you want to use in the query box, select country and target market.
Then click suggest and a large list of suggestions will come up.
You can delve deeper by clicking each keyword for additional ideas. Use the plus button and all of the keywords you want will be added to your list.
Pretty simple but does not give you searches or competition.
If you are a newbie, you might be better off starting with a free program.
Traffic Travis will
1.Preform a health check on your site.
2.Find mistakes that could affect rankings
3.Help find why competition outranks you.
4.Keeps tabs on competition for keywords.
5.Monitors search engine ranking to find link partners.
I find this program quite complicated, especially for a beginner if you can access the free version.
Market Sumurai (free and paid)
Market Samurai is a good tool for finding keywords. It allows you to enter a keyword and give you many keywords to analyze.
It gives you information about SEO traffic, Ad words and value for Adwords.
It’s a good tool, but a little on the expensive side and very involved if you are just starting out in internet marketing.
You have a free trial for 7 days and then the price is $197.00 if you act soon.
My favorite keyword tool is Jaaxy. You have a free trial of 30 searches and 3 different priced tiers, depending on what you can afford. To me it is the simplest and fastest and I have had very good results with it.
So look into Jaaxy here and you will be glad you did.
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