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  1. #16
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    Great thanks
    Always remember that your domain is unique. Just like everybody else.

  2. #17
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    Microsoft adCenter Labs

    These paid search tools are still in beta. Interesting, but far from being very useful ... yet.

    ## Context-Based Acronym Resolution
    Expand acronyms and abbreviations based on related search keywords.

    ## Keyword Group Detection
    Given a word or phrase, find a set of similar words.

    ## Keyword Mutation Detection
    Detect frequent misspellings or alternative spellings of the same keyword in search query logs.

    ## Search Funnels Updated
    Analyze and visualize user search sequences in the form of funnels.

    ## Search Result Clustering
    Cluster a set of documents, such as search results, into semantically related groups in real time.

    ## Forecasting Search Volume Seasonality
    Forecast the seasonality patterns of search queries.

    ## Keyword Forecast
    Forecast the impression count and demographic predictions using one or more search terms.

    ## Entity Analysis
    Analyze multiple-word entities in a search query.

    ## French-English Translation Tool Coming soon!
    This smart translation tool can translate your words within the right context.

    ## Hierarchical Keyword Suggestion Coming soon!
    Enter a keyword and display semantically related words that are organized hierarchically.

    ## Keyword Price Estimation Coming soon!
    Estimate the cost-per-click of any new paid search keywords, based on the cost of existing related keywords.
    .

  3. #18
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    The Google "sandbox" is now available online for free:

    https://adwords.google.com/select/KeywordToolExternal

    ..interestingly you can search for trends so you can see what times of the year are busiest.

    Searching for phrase with the extension does give results now, the only thing is the dot is missing.

    Sandbox...nice name also!
    Last edited by domainer111; 2007-03-23 at 12:39 AM.

  4. #19
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    All of the above do not give a site where one can see how much money people bid on words, as we could previously see with uv.bidtools at overture.

    I have a company interested in my domain name
    toolsfortraining.com

    In the past I saw that there are high bids for the word tools and even for the expression
    tools for training

    I did not save these.

    Where can I see how many bids and what people pay for bids for this phrase?

    Thanks in advance for your reply.

    Claire
    A Management Consultant specializing in Hospitality operations, people management, employee motivation, and customer service
    http://www.easytraining.com

  5. #20
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    Using:

    https://adwords.google.com/select/KeywordToolExternal

    enter keyword:

    car

    Select:

    "cost and ad position estimates"

    And then use "USD" and "1"

    What then does the dollar amounts shown actually mean? And what are the implied conditions if any?

    Thanks!

  6. #21
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    If you enter 1 for the max bid amount that caps it and just shows you the bid for the highest position your $1 will buy you - enter a high figure like $50 to see the top bid value.
    When using google for counts - use double quotes for usage counts for multiword terms and set "match type" to "exact" for all search volume lookups. Click here for more info

  7. #22
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    So with $100 being the max value you can enter, the values that show in the table are the top bids for each displayed term?

    And if then lowering "my" value below a given value in the table I am then shown the bid below the value I enter?

    Thanks!

  8. #23
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    If you enter $1 it'll give you an idea of what position you can expect for your budget. Try it with a lookup for loans with $1 entered as max bid and $100 as max bid:

    $1 max bid: loans $0.29 1 - 3
    $100 max bid: loans $10.01 1 - 3
    When using google for counts - use double quotes for usage counts for multiword terms and set "match type" to "exact" for all search volume lookups. Click here for more info

  9. #24
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    Sorry, I still do not know what you are saying, what that data really means.

  10. #25
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    Originally posted by domainer111
    The Google "sandbox" is now available online for free:

    https://adwords.google.com/select/KeywordToolExternal

    ..interestingly you can search for trends so you can see what times of the year are busiest.

    Searching for phrase with the extension does give results now, the only thing is the dot is missing.

    Sandbox...nice name also!
    Are there any such tools available from other search engines such as:

    - yahoo
    - msn's live.com
    - ask.com
    - 7search etc?

    Please post link if possible/available.

    Thanks.

  11. #26
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    There are alot of adwords keyword bid lists for sale, top 50,000 terms etc. From what I have heard the quality of some is far better than others so it may take some research to find a reliable one.
    GamesRoom.com, Possum.com, Arithmetic.com on greatdomains auction, low reserves, priced to sell!

  12. #27
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    Hmmm......Is there a "good site" with live bid lists as bids/keywords change all the time.

  13. #28
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    Yahoo was stupid, they should have just charged for use...... additional revenue stream and boy do they need some of those.
    There is nothing better than a domain.

  14. #29
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    Originally posted by Kyric
    Yahoo was stupid, they should have just charged for use...... additional revenue stream and boy do they need some of those.
    The worsrt part is that they helped feed traffic to Google.

    Ovt tool>>>>domainer>>>PPC company>>>>Google

  15. #30
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    Same with Overture, why not just publish the data? Even if they are using this to market their service they could still publish the data for free in a PDF with some propaganda sheets.

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