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Can you use Google Keyword Tool to find out key words that get searched?

I have looked into Google AdWord and Keyword Tool. All I could find was a way to pay a certain amount everyday for my website to be found easier when people googled certain keywords.

I simply want to see how often certain words are searched and in what areas.

  • Google adword provides in free what you want. You can check easily that how often certain keywords searches and volume. – Helping Hands May 26 '15 at 3:26
  • Have you tried Google Trends?? – closetnoc May 26 '15 at 3:51
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    @HelpingHands BTW- Google Keyword Tool is part of Adwords. In the past, anyone was able to use the tool without an account external to Adwords, but they changed that some time ago. – closetnoc May 26 '15 at 3:53
  • @closetnoc - I see , Actually I have used in free in past so...Thanks for update to me. – Helping Hands May 26 '15 at 3:55
  • @closetnoc - can you please share link of google trends where I can search keywords? I tried but not getting exact page :( – Helping Hands May 26 '15 at 3:57
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Google trend is a great tool to visualize google data, you can analyze search terms by Interest over time, country and related queries.

https://trends.google.com

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You can analyse your competitors site with this site: https://www.semrush.com/

It will give you a summery of keywords that they use to rank etc.

You can also run an analysis on your own domain to get more info on your own site.

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You can use the Keyword Planner to get ranges of volume but it does not give very specific values anymore unless you spending money on Adwords.

Alternatively, you can setup a campaign (you don't need to activate it) and within the Ad settings there will be a screen where you can input some keywords and Google will show you related keywords with monthly volume associated.

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