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Where can I find the top keywords of the world?

     
3:24 am on May 19, 2005 (gmt 0)

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Top 500? or top 1000?
3:29 am on May 28, 2005 (gmt 0)

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NO.1 top searched keyword is 'google', 29557870 times a month.
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12:46 am on June 22, 2005 (gmt 0)

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hard to believe so many people have to do a search for google..I think at this day in age G! has become as popular as yahoo, msn, amazon, and others..people should know the domain..

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SignMeUp, there are various places that have Top Keyword Lists, all of which differ slightly as they are taken from differing sources. Doing a search on your favourite Search Engine for [top keywords] [keyword lists] and the likes should help you find them.

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People aren't really "searching" for Google or other websites, they just take advantage of the autosearch built into the browsers address bar. Instead of typing www.google.com they just type google and it magically takes them there. Many seem to think this is how you operate the internet, and don't realize they're actually doing a search.

If google is their homepage, they'll just type the name of a website they want into the search box, not the address bar. Often complete with www....com.

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To name some:

Wordtracker (weekly top 500 email list)
AdSenseAdwords (pretty expensive for a list of 50.000 phrases)
KeywordCountry (haven't tried yet, quite impressive numbers)
AdWordsMarket - (cute - with seperate national databases per country)

Keep in mind that best paying is not the same as most searched and that most paying is very often derived from Overture bids and Google AdWords suggestions.