PAGE 1 – Finding More Relevant Keywords & Organization

PAGE 2 – Creating a Saved Keyword List

PAGE 3 – Access Your Saved Keyword List

PAGE 4 – Benefits of Using the Dig Feature

In light of my previous training tutorial on how to use the WA Keyword Tool and the great responses I received from all of you who learned the simplicity of our free research tool, I have come up with this new tutorial to explain a few more features that I did not cover the first time. If you have not viewed that training, I highly suggest you do so at the link below.

How to Use the WA Keyword Tool...


GET MORE KEYWORDS FROM YOUR SEARCH


As is seen in the above image, I did a search for 3D Graphic Art. The results were 160 Monthly Searches and the Competition Results were 167. Though I could have used it, I naturally would prefer a low-hanging fruit variety with results below 100. Plus I personally never use a keyword where the Results value is greater than the Monthly Searches.


So I proceeded to look for better relevant keywords to the one I had just searched. To do this I clicked on the word “Searches” at the top of the column and this rearranges all of the keywords in the list by displaying the lowest valued Monthly Searched keyword first, as seen above. But I want to see the keyword with the highest Monthly Searches, so I click on “Searches” again, the results are seen below.


By clicking twice on any of the columns, with the exception of “Competition” and “Dig”, you can rearrange the list to display the highest valued results first. Many times this will display other more relevant and better ranking keywords found elsewhere in the results list.

NEXT UP = Creating Your Saved Keyword List



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Ericabried Premium
Thanks for this - I love the keyword tool here and now I understand fully how to use it.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Erica. I'm glad I was able to give you some clarity on the use of the WA keyword tool.
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Bobbi401 Premium
Thank u tall person. :D
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome vertically challenged person. ;-) I hope Santa Claus was good to you and you got that special "photo" gift from Bill that you told me about.
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Harrysastar2 Premium
Thanks Robert, bookmarked.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Brian. Thanks for the bookmark.
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TanjaRita Premium
I was wondering if there is anyone way to remove a specific keyword from a list? My saved keyword lists are getting long and I have used some of the keywords in articles, so I was hoping to remove them from the list and keep only the ones I haven't used yet. But I cannot figure out a way to do this. Hopefully it can be done.

Thanks!
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boomergp08 Premium
Unfortunately Tonya I do not believe there is. I have been looking for a way but I have not found a way, so I have been creating shorter lists.

Then when I have a list with a few keywords remaining, I just copy & paste them into a text file on my computer labelled Un-used Keywords.
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TanjaRita Premium
Ok, thanks for letting me know how you do this. Maybe a delete feature will be added in the future.
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boomergp08 Premium
Perhaps I should mention that possible change to Kyle and Carson.
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MarvH Premium
Boomer,I really appreciate your lessons like this one as I have been away from WA for a few months and it is a great review for me.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Marvin. I am happy that my training has helped you in your return WA. Welcome back!
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