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Old 08-01-2011   #1
radyag
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I have a question about using google SERPs to determine how many searches are conducted monthly for keyword “phrases”(rather than adwords)

I can take a phrase with perhaps 4 to 6 words and search and I might come back with 500k searches (give or take, for illustration purposes) with a given set of keywords, but if I use the same search in “quotes” for an exacting match, the same search might render anywhere between 2k to 150k searches(give or take)

I thought the lower the number the less the competition?

but then of course I realize you don’t want the search volume too low either…if I were really trying to target something for an article, my niche will not remain static, but would something in the range of 5k to (for the sake of example) 20k provide low competition but at the same times an adequate audience?

Your feedback is appreciated
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Old 08-01-2011   #2
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hi again,

I have a question about "allintittle" and the correct protocol
when I use it, will I enter

allintitle: "the title I'm searching"
or
allintitle: the title I'm searching

after I reviewed your links Linda, I went and tried to look for more
info about the "allintitle" search. It seemed some included "quotes"
in their examples, and others did not. So I wanted to ask to see
how they differed?

I surmised that without the quote, the words would be in the
title, but could be in any order

However if I used the "quotes" the title would be in exacting order
as searched..would that be correct?

thank you!

by the way, using this type of search on google this is the message I'm starting to receive;

We're sorry...

... but your computer or network may be sending automated queries. To protect our users, we can't process your request right now
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Old 08-01-2011   #3
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1. There shouldn't be a space after the semicolon in allintitle:

2. See More search help : Google search basics - Web Search Help and Advanced Google Search Operators

3. The error message you get is displayed if you submit similar repeated search queries in a short period of time, OR if you search for specific terms or phrases that are often submitted by autosearches, OR possibly if you use search operators that are often associated with SEO tools that use automated queries.. Often, if you just submit the same search query again it will work.
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Old 08-01-2011   #4
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thank you minstrel I very much
appreciate your explanation

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Old 08-01-2011   #5
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speaking of keyword tools, do you guys actually use The Google Insights tool?
because I prefer it more than the Google Keyword Tool, im just not sure if a lot of experts here really use it
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Old 08-01-2011   #6
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Best tool you can possibly buy is Market Samurai for keyword research, I also own Micro Niche Finder and the features are no where close to what MS has to offer.
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