|Does Google Have a Keyword Tool?|
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Hi, I'm wondering if there is a way to see the top searches for your sites main keyword?
For example, say i run a music site, lets use Beatles as an example, is there a way to see what are the most popular searches for that keyword, in google or any other search engines?
Beatles Guitar tabs
...will also pop up when u just search for "beatles"
Also, my other question, does Google have a "top searches for the month" type thing, list?
overture-advertising-keyword suggestion tool
Google adwords https://adwords.google.com/select/main?cmd=KeywordSandbox
Beautiful! Thanks Powdork!
wordtracker is not a bad means of seeing it. I've always used logs, and various SE programs, like google adwords, checking numbers via google SERPS and its affiliate network, and Inktomi < especially inktomi, can show you terms, that you could not have thought of for life or money.
how do we go about it with inktomi.
Overture is probably the easiest to use but they don't differentiate between singular and plural. Google does.
My reasons for wanting to know the top search terms for my main keyword, using Beatles as an example again...
Say one of the top searches for Beatles is "Beatles guitar tabs"... For this reason, I might make a new Beatles Guitar tabs section on my site, in hopes of adding more content to my site, while giving users what they want, and driving more traffic to my site... everbody wins. :o)
Ahhh powdork, thanks again, the google keyword suggester thing worked just fine. =) Couldn't find how to do it on inktomi either... (Please someone post how if you find out)
This keyword suggester thing has also given me new ideas for my site, whereas before I thought my site was "close to complete"... reminds me of some good new stuff to add. :o)
How do you search for suggested terms with Inktomi?
Inktomi has no such thing, but for them the best thing is to run searches at MSN. If it's loaded with Looksmart searches first, don't bother.
Google has everything ;)
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