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Keyword Research is an obvious first step in researching a niche for yourself or for a client. Keywords, and their results, make up the terrain of search marketing – and knowing the terrain (and who else is playing in it) helps us navigate up the mountain (and determine when the mountain is maybe too crowded to climb).
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from Schooley02 1779 Days ago #
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I found #4 interesting. I wonder how the data from Facebook Lexicon matches up to Google's Keyword Tool? Nice find thanks!



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from Jennifer07 1777 Days ago #
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I had never heard of tweetbeep before reading this article - very cool!



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from gordonchoi 1773 Days ago #
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Normally, most search engine marketers focus on using the basic keyword research tools provided by the search engines to discover new keywords. So I believe that's a really comprehensive list of keyword data mining tools, and it will take us awhile to work through that list.



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