KeywordSpy Tracking Tool is one of the more flexible keyword tools you’ll ever encounter. Here we shall enumerate why the Tracking Tool is flexible.
- It lets you add and delete keywords which seem not to be working.
Whenever you see that there are keywords in your campaign that are not working out for you, the KeywordSpy Tracking Tool comes to your rescue and provides you with alternative keywords you could use.
In the example above, you can see that the keywords “buy web site domain name”, “buy an internet domain”, and “buy strange domain name starting with a” are not registering an Average CPC and Average Clicks Per Day. If the trend continues, it might be better to remove them, and replace them with other keywords. There is a “Remove” button at the lower left, which you can use to remove irrelevant keywords after checking the box next to them.
Conversely, you can add keywords either by a) selecting the Add/Edit button, as pointed out by the orange circle; or b) going to the Keyword Suggestion Tool and adding keywords from there, as shown in the screenshot below.
We see here that there are profitable keywords that we have not included in our campaign. For example, keyword “domain names” has high numbers for both Average CPC and Average Clicks/Day, with figures of 15.22 and 421, respectively.
Thus, in going to the KeywordSpy Tracking Suggestion Tool, you find out that it also lets you discover keywords that you never thought would be profitable. KeywordSpy does this by scouring the domains for their other keywords even as they track the keywords you yourself have put in the system.
Again, another note: In looking for keywords to add to your list; you have to choose the ones that are related the most to your business. Choosing a somewhat unrelated keyword would make the system go awry by diverting to domains that may no longer be related to your business the next time KeywordSpy Tracking scours the system.
2. It can let you track countries and search engines of your choice, and not limit itself
You have a choice of range with the KeywordSpy Tracking Tool on what countries you would like to include in your campaign—over 30 countries, as a matter of fact.
Also, KeywordSpy Tracking is pretty much relative to the scope of each of the search engines in the respective territories they cater to.
The four countries where all the search engines are covered (US, UK, Canada and Australia) have had significant inroads into PPC, as well as SEO for these industries, so the range makes it logical for this setup.
So if you are planning on flexing your business muscles beyond your own borders, KeywordSpy, as a keyword tool, can serve you a great deal with data that its competitors can only drool at.
3. Its statistics give you what you need, at the time you need it.
Average CPC and Average Clicks per Day are the most vital PPC stats for keyword research. These are the industry benchmarks for sizing up a keywords potential for its inclusion in a campaign. Keywords, just like a bazooka gun, will be useless if you fire them just for their sake. But if they are used wisely, they will be able to hit the target, and with great impact.
In lieu of this, KeywordSpy Tracking makes sure to give you a frequent update of these particular statistics.
4. It updates you daily: one of the fastest rates among its competitors.
The daily nature of the campaign allows it to give you the most up-to-date data; which ranks high up with the best in the industry. With such round-the-clock attention to detail, you need not worry about the data being outdated, and you can have time for other aspects of your life.
Knowing all these pointers, we can now be guided in our keyword research and tracking, while enjoying one of the more flexible environments around. After all, technology is there to aid us and give us reprieve to live the lives we desire, and not to confuse us more.
On that last statement alone, KeywordSpy fits the bill.
Article written by Roi Abundabar