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Where can I find out which keywords people use to search in google
2016-07-19, 11:38 AM,
Hey there,

so I've been using Instagram + OGAds last week, but I stopped around July 15th because all my accounts were banned / removed from instagram. So I left all this for a while.

When I checked on OGAds last night I found out that my earnings were still continuing! even more than what I have earned using the instagram follow/unfollow method. I tried to trace where the views from my site (blogspot) are coming from and it only says, but it doesn't say what keyword they type in the search box. I tried putting my site in google keywords planner but it doesn't show any results.

1. I want to know which keywords they use so I can optimize on it.

2. Can I do SEO on a landing page? as far as I know I can do SEO when I have a page with a blog where I have space to write stuff, but then my landing page is just a generator. So I'm wondering how I could expand this.

Any help or insight is very much appreciated!
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