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Promising keywords are keywords that are likely to be good keywords.

The keyword tool use the different lists in you keyword project to predict which keywords you will find to belong to your keyword lists (in this case: Good Keywords). The better information is in your keyword project the better prediction. The easiest method to improve prediction is by expanding the good keyword list.

To start sorting you just use your keyboard. To sort the first keyword click:

Left arrow: If you think it is a keyword that belongs to your keyword list. Use the question you created when you started you project. If you can answer yes it is a good keyword.

Right arrow: If you think it doesn’t belong to your keyword list. If you can answer no to question it belongs to the bad keyword list.

Down arrow/Decide later: If you can’t make up you mind, don’t understand or just think that another person can decide better than you, you can propone the decision. You will be asked to sort the “decide later keywords” after you sort all the other keywords.

N: Is negative keywords. It is used for PPC to tell that you won’t have you ads shown for these keywords.

It is used to filter low quality traffic (free, could be a negative keyword if you are selling something that cost money).

If a user is looking for something ells like a search that include “Danish” in their search query might be looking for pastry or a language course. If you don’t offer both, you might want to put either pastry or course in the negative keyword list).

If you regret any sorting just left click on the keyword and it will be marked. Press a key to mark your new decision. I you make a wrong decision you can always correct it in the revise process or search for the keyword in the project page (where you can changes your decision).

When all keywords are marked you will be redirected to the next pages with promising keywords or to the next sorting task.

Lines: Here you can adjust the number of lines you are shown per page. We get the highest sorting speed if the keyword researcher can see all keywords without scrolling.

Front Size: You can adjust the front size by clicking on the small green triangles.

Task finish: Here you can see how many percent of a task you have done.

2017-03-27T09:30:08+00:00

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