If you are seeking information and help on how to use the Google Adwords Keyword Planner then we recommend watching this useful video tutorial.
In this video I'm going to show you how to use the Google Adwords Keyword Planner to find more keywords and to find the search volume. At the end of the video I'll also show you a cool free tool that we use to take all of our keywords from all of the different keyword research sources and group the keywords into tight relevant groups so that we focus our advertising just where our buyers are located.
Now in order to get access to the Google Adwords Keyword Planner you do have to have a Google Adwords account. It just takes a moment to set up it, and doesn't cost anything. If you're asked to create an ad while you're setting up your Google Adwords account, you can go ahead and create the ad. Just set the cost-per-click to a penny, and set the budget per day to five dollars, and then as soon as your account setup, just go back in and pause that ad. That way you won't be charged anything and you'll have your Google Adwords account setup.
Now once you have your AdWords account setup and you log into it, you'll notice at the top there's an option for tools. If you click on tools, you notice there is a menu item for keyword planner. If you click on keyword planner, you'll be taken to the Google Adwords Keyword planner. The page should look like this as of September 2016. So first of all if you just want to find new keywords you'll be clicking on this first option here, search for new keywords using a phrase website or category, when you click that you'll notice this box opens up and here you have the option to put in a specific keyword. You could put in a landing page or a competitors landing page, or you can use product categories, usually most people will just put in a keyword like "how to fish" or "cooking recipes" and then once you do that you have the option to select your targeting. By default all locations, all languages, Google and negative keywords. That's what you'll see here and on this side you can set keyword filters and then you have the ability to turn these keywords options on. You also have the ability to change these settings once you've done a search and then for the date range will show average monthly searches for the last 12 months. Again you can click this little pencil icon here to change this value and that is the search for new keywords using the phrase, website or category.
if you already have a big list of existing keywords and you just want to get the search volume data and trends you can click on the second option and paste in your list of keywords.
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