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|Member||Lenderman33 private msg quote post Address this user|
From experience, could somebody please address the following scenario:
If Google Keyword Planner does not display any Searches performed for a particular subject . . . Does that mean that people are not searching, or that so few people are searching, Google does not report the data?
Therefore: If Google Keyword Planner does not display any searches, should one write on a topic and anticipate that users will find that information and act upon it?
Or . . . Should one move on to other, more popular topics?
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|Member||KathrynLang private msg quote post Address this user|
Have you tried expanding the search on that word to phrases or synonyms for that word? Sometimes expanding not only gets the right SEO word but also prompts post ideas!
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|Teacher||Rev private msg quote post Address this user|
The limitations to the keyword planner are well known.
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