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People have and continue to pay big bucks for keyword research tools as well as specialized training. Now a days the secret is not stuffing your articles full of keywords, but focusing more on what keywords are currently trending on google or other search engines.
Now I think most people know that you can start typing in google at it will begin to pull up the most common or trending keywords for you. Easy- peasy-lemon-squeezy. You’ll have some helpful keywords, even long-tailed keywords given to you for free. Thanks, Google.
Just copy those keywords, and now you have a list of the hottest or most popular keywords that are in demand right now. Cool beans.
Of course, writing down the keywords can be a bit of a chore, especially if you want to find out what keywords are trending for more than one search engine and find the hottest keywords in the land.
Enter this super cool keyword research tool that I found recently called Keyword Atlas.
It is, quite frankly, an excellent time-saver.
Now, this isn’t some new product launch or anything like that. This tool has been around for a little while, and I just happened to stumble upon it. How lucky was that?
Keyword Atlas uses Google, Bing, and Yahoo! search engines to find the best, freshest, hottest keywords in the land today. It uses 21 different sources in all to collect those currently trending keywords for you.
You can quickly get thousands of the most popular and, therefore, the highest-ranked keywords from those 21 different sources.
But that isn’t all it can do – and quite frankly even they had called it quits right there, it would still be a fabulous tool. But you can also use Keyword Atlas as a keyword planner to find related keywords and generate keyword ideas to help you come up with some of the best keywords for your particular niche – probably hundreds that you never even thought of before.
Now you use the export tool and put your new, fresh keywords into your ad campaigns.