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Search Engine Optimization => SEO Basics => Topic started by: ellenwillss on 04-20-2011, 05:38:59

Title: How to find supporting keyword?
Post by: ellenwillss on 04-20-2011, 05:38:59
Hi, Everybody
I don't have much knowledge of keyword research. i used Google keyword tool but its didn't show me supporting keyword so please anyone tell me that  how to find supporting keyword. Tell me some other resource if you know about it
Title: Re: How to find supporting keyword?
Post by: Jimmy on 04-21-2011, 00:18:44
Firstly, what do you mean by "supporting keyword"? I too use the adwords keyword research tool, but usually use [exact] option! Try and divide the number of searches to the number of exact results of the keyword and you will obtain a number defining how advantageous a keyword is.
Title: Re: How to find supporting keyword?
Post by: georgejohn on 04-26-2011, 04:36:46
A Google AdWords representative will call you in 3-5 working days to set up your Google advertising
Title: Re: How to find supporting keyword?
Post by: almedajohnson on 04-27-2011, 23:18:46
what is supporting keyword?? I think Google keyword tool shows all those keywords which are related to your search and there are many options to customize your search
Title: Re: How to find supporting keyword?
Post by: WAO on 04-30-2011, 11:09:19
Doing PPC campaign and trying to target selective broad related terms which are not the obvious "long tails" could give you just what you are after. It's a matter of testing.
Title: Re: How to find supporting keyword?
Post by: Hogward on 05-03-2011, 01:28:51
What do you mean by supporting keywords? Normally I prefer google keyword tool and it is the best tool.
Title: Re: How to find supporting keyword?
Post by: lindamartin88 on 05-13-2011, 07:28:44
Google analytics is a great tool for key word analysis. I personally recommend this as it finds the keywords best suited for google and it is the most used search engine.
Title: Re: How to find supporting keyword?
Post by: bidaddy on 05-26-2017, 21:19:12
While SEMRush is offered as a minimal usage tool without creating a paid account, you can still get some very valuable information out of it without having to pay. Head over there and enter your competitors website address.

SEMRush will spit out a bunch of useful information, but we’re focused here just on what keywords they are ranking for (while you’re here you can see who they consider other competitors and do some spying on them as well). In the left sidebar underneath “Organic Research”, you’ll be able to see where the website you entered ranks in the top 200 and what their search engine ranking positions are. The video below is a more detailed look from the SEMRush team at using this organic research tool to spy on your competitors.