Using Adwords For Keyword Planning

The Keyword Planner is a great tool for anyone writing articles for a website. It allows us to enter in keywords or phrases to see how often they are being searched per month.

If you’re going to write articles for your website, it might be a good idea to use AdWords Keyword Planner for an idea of what people are searching for.

 

Enter Keywords into Keyword Planner

 

The keyword planner allows us to enter in keywords and phrases to see exactly how much they are being searched per month. Not only does it show monthly searches, it will also show the level of competition and average pricing of ads. The keyword planner is such a handy tool when you want to do a bit of research before writing articles. This might even help you pick a better title for posting articles. Let’s take a look at a couple of keywords and phrases I searched about cheese.

 

Adwords Keyword Relevance

 

The next time you’re going to write an article, check up on some of the keywords or phrases you’re thinking of. You may be surprised at the results you get. The results aren’t meant to discourage you from writing about what you want. It’s just to give you an idea, or heads-up, on what to expect.

 

How to use the keyword planner

To use the keyword planner, you must first create a free Google AdWords account.

While logged in, at the top of the page – click on Tools and Analysis > Keyword Planner

 

Keyword Planner Tool

 

Choose Get search volume for a list of keywords or group them into ad groups.

 

Search Volume

 

Type in all of your keywords and phrases by following the on-screen directions. Choose your targeting preferences below and click Get search volume.

 

Adwords Keyword Estimates

 

Click on the Keywords like link to show results for each keyword or phrase typed in.

 

Ad Group Ideas

Adwords Average Results