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How can we know that a particular keyword has been searched and for how many times in google or other search engines per month or ?

Is there any free tool or any trick to search in google or other tool ?


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Yes puneet u can see the total no. of search terms was searched by the users on the net by OVERTURE tool.

But it shows the result of the last month.
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Is it showing GLOBAL search of all search engines ? or only of a particular search engine ?

i wanna know of keywords particularly searched on google or yahoo or msn....so do you have the idea of it ?


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Puneet, overture shows for Yahoo. You can safely assume that many number of searches for Google as well. Plus some 10% for all other search engines combined.
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Select the right keywords and phrases Go to http://www.wordtracker.com or the overture suggestion tool to find the most popular words and phrases that suit the theme of your web site.
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One thing I have done for keywords is to look at the coding of the sites where I want my site to link. For example I wanted this drummer site to go to Pearl drums, so I went to Pearl to also see what keywords they use. Then I use the same keywords. I also try to think of what words would first come to mind for a surfer who is searching.
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We can also google adwords keyword selector tool for choosing the best

keywords for our website

the tool we can use is

https://adwords.google.com/select/KeywordToolExternal

through which we will be able to find the best opt keywords for our website.
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Im trying to guage how tough my seo project is going to be, originally I optimized for the biggest keyword which had about 8 million results in google. After some more research, I've decided to foucus on the less competitive keywords which will drive more quality traffic. So I re-optimized for keywords that get around 1 million results.

Basically my question is, it realistic for me(being a newbie) to think that I can rank in the top ten for a keyword with a million results within a reasonable amount of time? Does anyone know how many backlinks approximately that will take?
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Pretty much every statistic program will show you the top searches.
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There are programs that show how your visitors get to your website. Keywords and such. My company sells the program but i dont want this to become an ad. sorry. Dont worry about how many results come up. Because what ill bet you that most of them arent SEO'd. An easy way i use to find out is to type in the keyword and see how many times the keyword comes up bold. The more times it does the more that site has been SEO'd.
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Hgrealtor wrote:
Basically my question is, it realistic for me(being a newbie) to think that I can rank in the top ten for a keyword with a million results within a reasonable amount of time? Does anyone know how many backlinks approximately that will take?


if you want to rank well, you need to convince google that your page is important...

the way you convince google your page is important is by making sure that a link to your page (your url) can be found on many other pages...

this is called a back link..

for example.. if i am creating a website about ferrarris.. it would be beneficial to my page rank if my website link appears on the following sites (for example, imagine the following ferrarri pages all have high page ranks)

ferrarri homepage

michael schumacher homepage

supercars homepage... etc

now.. this is called a related link..

there are many 'link farms' and 'link affiliate schemes' that basically put loads of random links all over the place..

although these still count as links and will probably add to your rank.. it is better to get your website url listed on a page that is similar to what your page is about..

google is gettin cleverer everyday.. so they now analyse the quality of links aswell, rather than how many you have..

they will look at many things, for example.. if i want my ferrarri link to appear on a page.. it is better if the page it appears on has the following properties..

ferrarri in the page title..

good unique content about ferrarris

other links to important ferrarri pages.. etc

when google sees that this important ferrarri page links to my website, which is also about ferrarris, it thinks.. oh yes.. this is good..

a link to my ferrarri page on a site that has the above properties will be of higher quality than a link on some random page with 100s of other non related links on it..

so, make sure you try and get as many quality links as possible pointing to your website..

this is called off page optimization, because obviously they are things that will improve your rank on other pages..(other peoples websites)

on page optimization is how you prepare your page..

i would need to make sure that my page has the word ferrari in:

the page title, the meta description, the meta keywords, and in amongst the content...

but it is not as simple as this.. there is a thing called keyword density.. you dont want to give your page a title of

ferrarri ferrarri ferrarri ferrarri..

it doesnt work like that.. you have to include other related words in the page also, and try to include as much unique content as possible, such as the word car, engine, motor, f40, f50.. blabla..

this way, you are showing google that your page does include the term ferrarri in the right places.. but also has lots of other useful info about ferrarris...

now.. dont expect results overnight.. it can take months or sometimes longer for google to realise that your page is being linked to by all these other pages..

so what do you do.. you do what we all do.. get more links.. isnt it fun.. make sure you email sites properly the first time..

the first impression is the last impression.. what you can also do is take a look at your competitors..

if i type ferrarri in google.. i will concentrate on the first 20 results for example..

you can type link:www.blablabla into google, and it will show you SOME of the pages that link to that site.. not all of them..

there are also programs such as SEO Elite that basically do this for you hundreds of times.. they can provide you with some very useful information regarding which sites link to your competitors and so on..

You can different types of directory list here :- http://www.web-directories.ws/


i hope that is clearer, have fun.
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Thanks for the input, much appreciated.
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https://adwords.google.com/select/KeywordToolExternal , overture and dp

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