Is SEObook The Best Keyword Tool

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Is SEObook The Best Keyword Tool

Post by aaronlamont1 »

I used to do my keyword research using the free online version of wordtracker however with results varying within different paid versions I didnt know what to do until I started using seobook tools, its a great free keyword tool and gives feedback from msn, yaho, google etc I think its the best at the moment for free keyword tools, unless someone knows a little secret one that they would care to share.
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Post by bonciutoma »

seobook I think it has it's results from wordtraker. It works fine for english.

In my opinion, the best free tool to do keyword research for any language or area is Google External Tool
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Post by my_misyel »

I prefer using Google Insight for search or Google AdWords: Keyword Tracker

Here is the link
https://adwords.google.com/select/KeywordToolExternal

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Post by VladTepes »

There are some good seo books that provide good keyword research tool. But since google showed the actual number of figures for keyword, it was the best so far...
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Post by simplefriend »

If you drive PPC traffic then your head would be the best keyword tool.

Don't be lazy to build your own keywords based on broad definitions

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Post by euart »

yes ,I think so.
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Post by hyperjedz »

For a free tool, SEOBook's Keyword Search tool is a good source for finding keywords to use. somebody told me that you should search for something that is being searched, but not too popular to avoid competition.

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Post by Ka-canor »

I use this tool to find long tail keywords its very useful to me.

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Post by visual »

I have been using Google adword. This tool is specially of keywords. We just have to keep one word and keywords related to the topic will come up with the search done by Google. I haven't used any thing else yet.

I'll give try for SEO Book....
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Post by micoblanco »

I used google adwords... it helps ;).
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Post by Jimm »

I think whatever SEObooks have the same thing to say. We just need to practice the keyword work and check the keyword ranking, and repractice and recheck...
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Post by Pranavi »

I will prefer the google adwords.
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Post by exel »

I think Google adwords and wordtracker are both best tool for keyword..

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Post by shakir »

Google word tracker is the best . Also keyword tool from digitelpoint is one of the best tool
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Post by dheeruyadav »

I bet on SEObook keyword research tool and google adwords for all my keyword research requirement.

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