Google recently announced a new keyword tool which will look specifically at your website and provide new keywords ideas relevant to your site based on searches on Google. These searched keywords are listed with their number of searches which are taken from the last 12 months from Google. Read more…
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Google has just published an official guide that has definitely provided a firm ground for SEO enthusiasts to confidently refer some aspects of search engine optimization applicable to the Google search engine.
No one really knows how Google works except themselves, so it is obviously best to hear from Google itself what it likes and dislikes than from other sources around the web.
As you would know, there are already tons of information about search engine optimization on the web, as quoted from their blog:
“so much that it can be intimidating for newer webmasters or those unfamiliar with the topic”.
At first, Google put it all together so that it would help their internal teams. So they say in their blog. But then they thought: Read more…
Google has just officially launched a new tool called Google Insights For Search. This tool is much like the previous successful Google Trends but has more features & functionalities. As Google had stated that they’re launching a new product designed with the advertiser in mind, it is apparently their intention to help advertisers and marketers to understand search behavior. Read more…
Google has just made a change to its Keyword Research Tool to show the corresponding search volume for each keyword, meaning that Google now shows numbers instead of the usual shaded bars. This development by Google should receive a very warm welcome as it would help many keyword researchers in their tasks significantly.
This can also be considered as a replacement for the Overture (Yahoo) keyword tool which is by now already unavailable. Just make sure that you pay attention to the proper keyword match types for the given numbers.
A post in the Google Blog describes “Now, when you use the Keyword Tool to search for relevant keywords to include in your keyword list, you’ll be able to see the approximate number of search queries matching your keywords that were performed on Google and the search network.”