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Forcast number of searches per keyword
Any tool you would recommend?

 1:20 pm on Apr 29, 2007 (gmt 0)

From a list of 50 keywords i need to choose 20 keywords which are mostly searched for by users.
Cam anyone recommned a tool or a way to receive this type of info?
Thank you



 3:37 pm on Apr 29, 2007 (gmt 0)

have you tried overture tool although it projects very small results , but you can always multiply it with factor by which Google send traffic to your website as compared to yahoo if your website is fairly decent and performing good on both yahoo and google


 5:24 pm on Apr 29, 2007 (gmt 0)

run an adwords pay per click campaign with bids for exact phrase match that ensure your ads always show on google search only, on the first page. Gauge the number of searches then by the number of impressions over a period of time such as a full week.


 11:44 am on Apr 30, 2007 (gmt 0)

Thank you.
Is there another way to test it via Adwords toold, without having to run a live campaign?
Their toold do show the approximated number of clicks per a high cpc bid..


 11:53 am on May 1, 2007 (gmt 0)

I use a combination as they are all different. You can do them all in one place, search Google for 'SEO book suggestion'.

It will show you the adwords and overture estimator and add them altogether.

Sometimes these are way off - I was looking at a clients PPC account the other day. Impressions for a certain keyphrase for one month 1150 - estimated traffic same keyphrase for one month - 133!

[edited by: mona at 1:40 pm (utc) on June 14, 2007]
[edit reason] no urls - thx! [/edit]

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