About Keyword Discovery, the jury disagreed

a great new software, maybe. . . . . . . But is the price worth it?

My main problem with this software is that it only gives a complete 12-month demand/competition data, unless you upgrade to the “paid API” version, which will cost you $400 per month or $3,000 per year.

The question you need to ask is “what are you using the keyword tool for”?

To make money today? Or get annual data? With this in mind, there are a few questions here. . . . .

If we want to make money today (most of us are). . . . . . We need the latest statistics. . . . . . The current keyword “web traffic” has a much lower click-through rate than “increase website traffic”. . . . But if I use the keyword discovery, it will actually tell me the opposite based on the “year” number.
Now, if I am a keyword discovery subscriber, only use KD, and start doing a lot of work on “network traffic”, optimizing my page, adding inbound links and so on. Later, I found out that the statistics were wrong. All the work I did was on keywords. In fact, I received much fewer clicks. At least I would be very angry.

So the main question is. . . . I use the keyword tracker and I find 100 conditions compared with high demand/low current time. . . . . I threw 100 pages based on these conditions and got a high ranking of 40 pages. . . . . I do a lot of business

I use Keyword Discovery (standard subscription), I find the terms within one year 100 high-demand / low cost. . . . . . I wrote 100 pages based on these conditions. . . . . . . . Only 10% of the terms rank high because the “50% terms” at this time/now have more or less demand than 6 months ago.

Now that we want long-term results? It would be beneficial , If we find keywords that continue to be high/low demand comp for more than a year. However, from my experience, this rarely happens due to “online competition” and the ever-changing marketing environment.
This will help large websites look for keywords with “medium” competition rates, which they hope to dominate. With this, they then implement a search engine optimization campaign to gain ranking.

Having SEs in all countries is a benefit, but only if you can localize it. . . . . Because I try to rank on the search engines where my list appears, including searches from engines, it will not only distort my numbers, so I can try and optimize which words.

Where do KEI’s results come from? Not the search term itself but the number of occurrences? Search engine page/site. . . I can’t find this information.

So why does all this come down?

* If you want long-term keyword statistics for your online business. . . . . KD may be your software. To be fair, it also includes many other features that you won’t find on the keyword tracker, if these are what your company needs.

If you are looking for long-term statistics, but there is no competition ratio, please try. . .

If you are looking for short-term data, you have two options. . . .
Keyword discovery, the price is 3000 US dollars per year

or keyword tracking, 250 US dollars per year just like the jury I said And what type of services and tools all this boils down to, but as the saying goes. . . . “The devil is in the details.”

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