Keyword Analyzing Help
2014-03-27, 08:24 PM,
#1
Hey guys can you help me about keyword research?

How i analyze the keyword if i can rank it on google?

Should i give it a "quotes" or "intitle".

sorry for my bad english im not native american.
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2014-03-27, 08:38 PM,
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Try: https://adwords.google.com/KeywordPlanner or check my signature, Market samurai is a great keyword analyzer.

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2014-03-27, 09:20 PM,
#3
Google Keyword Planner is a great free tool you can use. There is no need to put quotes or any sort of text formatting with that.
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2014-03-27, 09:24 PM,
#4
I personally use Google Keyword Planner, find niches with at least 10k
Searches Per Month and then rank the niche. Always worked fine for me.
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2014-03-27, 09:34 PM, (This post was last modified: 2014-03-27, 09:34 PM by TheXscripter.)
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(2014-03-27, 08:38 PM)Nuutero Wrote: Try: https://adwords.google.com/KeywordPlanner or check my signature, Market samurai is a great keyword analyzer.

ho sorry but it seems you don't get my question sorry for my bad english, my question is i already have a keyword, now how i analyze the competition that i've pick?

(2014-03-27, 09:24 PM)TheSilentKid Wrote: I personally use Google Keyword Planner, find niches with at least 10k
Searches Per Month and then rank the niche. Always worked fine for me.

ho sorry but it seems you don't get my question sorry for my bad english, my question is i already have a keyword, now how i analyze the competition that i've pick?

(2014-03-27, 09:20 PM)ѕedoɴιc Wrote: Google Keyword Planner is a great free tool you can use. There is no need to put quotes or any sort of text formatting with that.

ho sorry but it seems you don't get my question sorry for my bad english, my question is i already have a keyword, now how i analyze the competition that i've pick?
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2014-03-27, 09:37 PM,
#6
Oh you wanted to see the competition?

Just do a search on Google or Youtube and look at the number of
search results that come up.
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2014-03-27, 11:31 PM,
#7
I stand behind my words. You can see the approximate competition for a keyword using keyword planner (low, moderate, high). If you need exact competition data, I suggest checking my signature.

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2014-04-01, 09:32 PM,
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(2014-03-27, 09:37 PM)TheSilentKid Wrote: Oh you wanted to see the competition?

Just do a search on Google or Youtube and look at the number of
search results that come up.

how many number of result is the best practice for beginner seo?
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