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Is There a Google search "Inventory Tool"?
andyburn2003




msg:203353
 9:10 am on Oct 2, 2003 (gmt 0)

I was wondering if anyone knew if google had a search tool simular to overtures (suggestion tool), where you can see how many searches are done in the past 30 days under specific keywords. I'm about to submit a few ad words and need to know how many searches are done on google.com and .co.uk in my industry. please help!

 

ciml




msg:203354
 10:13 am on Oct 2, 2003 (gmt 0)

I don't think Google offer exactly what you're looking for.

Google's Zeitgeist [google.com] gives ideas for trends and very popular keywords. The Google Adwords Keywords Suggestions [adwords.google.com] tool is probably more useful to you.

andyburn2003




msg:203355
 10:37 am on Oct 2, 2003 (gmt 0)

Many thanks ciml,
I thought there may not be, but how do you find out the amount of searches done on google, is there another way or system you can you to get a round about figure.

I have used the overture suggestion tool and wordtracker .com but these do not specify google results.

percentages




msg:203356
 10:43 am on Oct 2, 2003 (gmt 0)

Follow the Adwords signup procedure......it will take you to the estimated results before you have to purchase.

dpplgngr




msg:203357
 7:13 pm on Oct 2, 2003 (gmt 0)

The Google Adwords Keywords Suggestions tool is probably more useful to you.

Ugh. Try it they changed this within the last week or so to be 1/200 as useful.

Pop in a term, get only 2-5 suggested terms back. The right hand side words are gone.

Yidaki




msg:203358
 7:46 pm on Oct 2, 2003 (gmt 0)

>I'm about to submit a few ad words and need to know
>how many searches are done on google.com and .co.uk in my industry

It's probably not what you wanted to hear but i think you are to late if the pages are allready built. You should check words and phrases before you start to build or optimize a site. Then you'll know which are the most important words.

I prefer to run test campaigns with the real keywords and phrases i allready optimized the pages for. These words ARE relevant and by running a test i get a pretty good picture about how many searches are done per day and how good their performance is. I also learn which pages/topics are worth to expand or to rework. Better than with any suggestion tool.

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