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Not sure what this tool is for
« on: December 27, 2017, 01:20:29 PM »
Don't know if I'm missing something, but what use is there in having thousands of keyword phrases without search volume information? I presume we have to take the keywords somewhere else to get search volume info? If that's the case would it not be better to have a tool that provides that information along with the keywords? Might cost a little more but ease of use would make up for that.

Is more keywords better in some way? Please explain if you can. Thanks.

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Re: Not sure what this tool is for
« Reply #1 on: December 27, 2017, 01:50:09 PM »
Keyword Snatcher is very useful for finding long-tail keywords related to your primary keywords or market. You can include those long-tails into your content in order to catch more visitors from the search engines.

It's also very useful to see what people search for at different sites like YouTube and Amazon. Those keywords have no search volume available because YouTube and Amazon do not release that information.

My own tests show that Google's numbers from the AdWords Keyword Planner can be grossly wrong for long tail keywords as well. And unless you're a big spender in AdWords Google only gives you rough approximations in a range of values for the search volume, which for long tails is pretty valueless since the volume is already low.

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