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Whether you are trying to rank for a specific term in Google, finding keywords to rank in Google Adwords, or even researching market demand, keyword research is vital to almost any product or service.
Yet the big question is this; how do you know whether there really is a demand for the keyword you want to rank for, or whether you should even move into a certain market?
How do you know what people are really searching for in relation to what you are promoting?
Regardless of what your goal is, while it is easy to guess which keywords are better than others - wouldn't it be nice if you could simply use a tool to find this out?
Google Keyword Planner is that solution
...and best of all, it is a completely free tool!
Imagine being able to tap into the world’s largest keyword tool that tells you exactly what people are typing into Google, the volume, and how much competition is out there.
And better yet, instead of playing the guessing game, you will have real accurate data you can use.
Now, Google used to have what we used to call the “Google Keyword Tool”, but they revamped it...and rebranded it as the “Google Keyword Planner”.
There are many differences and it can get complicated if you don't know what you're doing.
That said, if you'd like to learn how to use Google's Keyword Planner to the max, then you'll want to read on...
Note: We are not going to focus on any specific traffic method or market research. Instead, we will cover the core fundamentals of using Google’s Keyword Planner effectively, so you can go any route you wish.