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Alternatives To Wordtracker Or Overture Terms?
Posted 30 October 2003 - 09:09 AM
Do you suggest any alternatives?
Posted 30 October 2003 - 11:16 AM
Well, this is a great forum and I'm happy to have joined!
Posted 30 October 2003 - 08:36 PM
The Adwords "keyword sandbox" provides some relative values for Google, but it's based on advertising click-throughs.
Posted 31 October 2003 - 05:27 AM
i like your 'crazy amercian' words but there are times when keywords used by just us UK folks would be really usefull!
the google example is quite good but it doesnt list which is the most popular, unless, of course, it is listed with most popular first? does anybody know?
Posted 01 November 2003 - 06:58 PM
Use overture keyword suggestion or wordtracker to find related words, and then find the best converting alternatives.
Posted 02 November 2003 - 10:48 AM
Posted 02 November 2003 - 11:45 AM
That's true but the question was is there any service that returns search terms information from the sub set of searches done by Engish speaking people from the United Kingdom.
Wordtracker is based in the UK...
The fact that the company who supplies Wordtracker happens to be from the UK has nothing to do with their results. Their results are garnered from a database of "all terms" searched on with no attempt to apply any demographic or geographic filtering.
I would think that the only way to find typical UK search terms would be to apply your own "filter" when using Wordtracker. For instance only look up search terms with UK spelling.
For instance, I just did two look ups in Wordtracker:
1. For 'colouring books' -- the British spelling -- and Google reports a count of 66.
2. For 'coloring books' -- the US spelling -- and Google reports a count of 1038.
So if you want to sell this type of book exclusively in the UK you would use spelling 1.
In my opinion you never come to Wordtracker or any other tool without having done some thinking or research -- ask friends and associates what terms they might use -- about the possible keywords in advance. If you have done this I think you can extract the information you need from Wordtracker as my example above illustrates.
Posted 02 November 2003 - 03:21 PM
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