Thursday, July 10, 2008

»»»»»»»» Find out what people are searching for with Google's new AdWords Keyword Tool that now shows search volume numbers...

I'm glad Google updated their AdWords Keyword Tool thingee to finally show the numbers of the search volume terms by month that people are searching for.


This will be helpful in determining those "evergreen" terms that people search for month in and month out -- or even for figuring out new trends to start blogging about or whole new websites around.

Just plop a word -- any keyword or phrase -- in that box it shows and then click "get keyword ideas" and run with it!

39 comments:

Gaje Master said...

I had just written a post about this. I think that the new feature is awesome for bloggers and writers.

home travel agent said...

I just noticed that a few days ago. They used to just have bars. Now they implemented the numbers. Very interesting!

self-help said...

Their keyword tool is very helpful for anyone wanting to research keywords.

mark said...

I'm finally feeling comfortable enough for to look into using tools like these...

Your post are always very informative.

Thanks for the resource.

referate said...

nice, i like that .. good

Watch Movies Online For Free said...

This is definitely going to be more helpful than the older version. Actual figures are good.

Anonymous said...

Wow Paula, you entire first page is full of blogger header, and now we have to hit page down to see the content. Did this make any difference?

http://freeindianmovie.blogspot.com

Paula Neal Mooney said...

Yeah, front and center medium rectangle ads help improve my click-thru rates.

On my other site, I find that people like clicking on the text-link medium rectangle ads the most.

Try it on your Free Indian Movie site and see which one people like most.

Autofahnen said...

Thanks for sharing this info with us. I didn't knew that google serves this software for free.

Jimy Wong said...

I don't agree. Many knows that is adsense and won't click it. Very obvious how the rectangle ads in the page. It should looks like normal pages links.

Hye Munar said...

Hi Paula,

Thanks for the link, I think it will be helpful for me to search keywords. Thanks ;0

vivian said...

Paula, tks for sharing!

Barry Wheeler said...

What kind of a difference did this make? I've experimented alot with a variety of formats and placements and find that there's very little I can do to improve the click-thrus.

Paula Neal Mooney said...

I beg to differ. Driving traffic to your site with the most-searched for terms you find on Google Trends and thru Google Adwords Keyword Tool improves your pageviews -- and putting the Medium Rectangle link ads front and center (see WatchFreeEpisodes.com) drives up click-thru rates.

Chilli Flakes said...

thanks for post. I would also like you to post on how to make best use of it and tips and tricks to find high paid keywords. I have a blog http://niftynseoptions.blogspot.com and I would love to incorporate things you have tought here

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This is a great tool for affiliates. Allows you to see real traffic stats (from what I've heard its pretty accurate). Its also good for SEO research now..

Bouncer said...

what is the sense of expecting someone to scroll down the page to see what you have written when the header that you are using is no way good looking??

get a better header else decrease the size of this header

Lipsense said...

This is simply amazing,I never knew that google has come up with new adwords keyword tool which can show us search volume numbers and we can easily know how much traffic is there in our blog.

Make money online said...

Google Adwords Keywords tool is really useful for all publishers who are aiming at making money with Google adwords and Google adsense

victoryblogger said...

hi paula i was just reading your site and it seems like you have everything where you want it...actually you're doing what im trying to do. im 22 and i have been at it for a year now trying to get niche blogs up although i got irritated and quit for about 6 months so actually i have been at this for about 7 months...but i havent seen any results. i was wondering are you available for email conversation. i have some questions that would probably be to much for your comment system....also i was wonder are you from ohio?? i clicked one of your parenting links and it sent me to an akron/cleveland page...im from akron, and was born in cleveland so i thought that was cool. well hope to hear from you oh and good job with the blog.

Paula Neal Mooney said...

Hey Victory Blogger - I just sent you a comment on your blog. Thanks, Paula

Greg Banners said...

Interesting tool; I'm glad they finally offered an overture alternative

Online Backup said...

Awesome! Thanks paula for sharing this information with us. This adword keyword tool will surely help me in looking for number of results concerning the keywords im searching for. Keep posting.

Organic Nappies said...

I recently got this tool and i can tell you its great to work with. Have fun guys!

Christmas Hampers said...

Give it a try mates..you will not regret a penny you spent. Believe me

Joeseph said...

Looks like it should help drive in traffic and a great tool to use over all, thanks for posting!

Russian flights said...

This is good news. I don't know why Google has been hiding these stats for so long.

Kirk said...

i think that it does help you when you know the figures for the volume of search terms, you'll understand the current trends and behavior, should be a lot of help..

hank freid said...

Yes this is obviously good for those who have a good list of blogs or website. Thanks for sharing this information. keep it up.

DL Warner said...

Hey Paula, thanks for the information. I myself never click on Adsense adverts but I guess that standard end user does :/

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Hey Paula, if you ever figure out a great way to increase website traffic, I would love to know. Keep up the good work.

Thesis writing said...

i have some questions that would probably be to much for your comment system....also i was wonder are you from ohio?? i clicked one of your parenting links and it sent me to an akron/cleveland page...im from akron, and was born in cleveland so i thought that was cool. well hope to hear from you oh and good job with the blog.

Paula Neal Mooney said...

Hey "Thesis Writing" -- I think I left you a comment with my email address and then you emailed me but I still owe you an email?

Was that you?

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Thanks for the link, I think it will be helpful for me to search keywords. Thanks

syria said...

This is definitely going to be more helpful than the older version. Actual figures are good.

Eliot said...

i found this tool yesterday. it was pretty impressing see which keywords are the most relevant for the users. its a good tool for seo...

Jordans said...

thank you so much, this is an amazing tool. :) helped me pick out keywords I needed

Stephanie said...

Hi Paula,

I ran across your site tonight. I just started with Examiner and was wondering what the biggest tips and tricks are for newbies. I really want to make a go of this. Thank you much for all the wonderful information on here. Today my page views are only 33! I really need to get those numbers UP UP UP, LOL

Paula Neal Mooney said...

Hey Stephanie - For now, study how I write my articles (how often, topics, etc.) on Examiner.com and don't forget to read the tips on paulamooney.blogspot.com on getting more Examiner pageviews by loading Google Analytics in each of your articles and studying what works.

I plan to put up more tips in the future.

Paula Neal Mooney