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Seasonlity in the Google Keyword tool is gone



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rebecca-may
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Seasonlity in the Google Keyword tool is gone  Reply with quote  

Did anyone notice that Google has removed monthly data from its keyword tool (when not logged in)? The numbers were often a bit questionable I know, but when little other data is available, it was quite handy for some search volume forecasting.
Post Tue May 10, 2011 9:46 am
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dburdon
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Google Keywords Tool  Reply with quote  

Well spotted. Seems Google is restricting information that may prove useful to both PPC and SEO management.


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iproperty123
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I think that GOogle is trying to feed some more data about the reasrch section so that it becomes more easy to analyze to each & every step. Hopefully so.


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No never, Google never delete your data at your index sheets but If you have uploads some wrong data at your website then Google passed some negative point for your website.

so always try to uploads a quality and informative data and content at your website for getting always positive response at Google side.
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Steph
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If you are logged in to Google, there is a new drop down menu on in the keyword tool where some information, such as an indicative CPC can still be found.


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