HI

I am trying to choose a Keyword. The Article is public transport in Las Vegas. But that's not relevant.

I used the Keyword tool and the best I could come up with was

"Getting Around Las Vegas Without a Car" src 103 trf 17 QSR 13

A pretty good Keyword.

But then I decided to begin typing that Key word into Google search

When I got to "Getting around las vegas w"

Google suggestions jumped in and suggested

" getting around las vegas strip without car "

Now In my opinion that should be a fantastic Keyword. assuming the stats are ok. But as its the Google Suggest option it should be a good choice. At least it should have a lot of search and traffic. but who knows the qsr might be high.

The keyword tool give the following.

"getting around las vegas strip without car" -

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MKearns Premium
Historical factoring may be at work here. The Las Vegas strip is of central interest to most seekers, not the environs of Las Vegas at large!
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Triblu Premium
Hey Stephen,

Did you try clicking on Dig for the keyword phrase that you liked the best? Sometimes that option will provide even better phrases.
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@RICH. Premium
Just because Google autosuggests something, doesn't mean it's a popular search term, in this case "getting around las vegas strip without a car" has <10.

Your keyword also always needs to make sense, otherwise you risk search engines substituting the grammatically correct result, ie. in this case they will return "getting around las vegas without A car".
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sgregcrx Premium
Yep, I appreciate it doesn't necessarily mean it's a popular search term but if the term it is suggesting FROM is quite popular, it stands to reason a lot of people ARE going to take the auto suggest as opposed to continuing typing the whole string. especially when the suggest DOES say what they were going to type?

I struggle to believe all 100+ people every month all decided to keep typing and not take the auto suggest?

I get what you are saying about the Grammer, I probably wouldn't have chosen this one. It was more of an example. I have experienced this many times on keywords that DO make sense grammatically. I'm wondering if I am missing a trick?
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