How to Use Google Keyword Tool for SEO

Hey… just a quick tutorial on how to use the Google Keyword Tool for your blog posts, articels, and vids. Don’t forget to give me a “thumbs up” and share the love =)

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17 thoughts on “How to Use Google Keyword Tool for SEO

  1. Pest Control San Antonio

    I don't know what the heck Google was thinking about with this new Keyword Planner but I can't expand off the keywords I enter. I had to purchase a keyword research tool to get my keywords expanded. They probably are losing money with Adwords because of this change. 

  2. EverSpark Interactive

    Thank you for the video Apple, it was informative and brings good awareness about how to use keywords for SEO purposes.

  3. Spook SEO

    This is very helpful for those who still don't really know how to use the keyword tool of Google. It's essential people know how to use this to their full advantage because choosing the right keywords is very critical in optimizing a website. Even though keywords are important, make sure you don't stuff keywords because this will already be considered a black hat technique and the results will be opposite instead.

  4. Sharon Scott

    Thank you for sharing – this information is helpful – your diction is clear and I have learned how to find keywords on google tools – again, thank you.

  5. Darko Tasevski

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  6. Apple Daniels

    Only use one keyword … two at the most per blog posts and be sure that it sticks the the basic standards of SEO. You don't want to be dinged for keyword stuffing or using black hat techniques.

    Keywords are not interchangeable, so if your keyword is "Internet Marketing" … then use that exact phrase in your title and throughout your post.

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