Discussion in 'Fixed Price Domain Names For Sale' started by WalkinDude, Jul 12, 2012.
Just so you know, i think you have the exacts all wrong. None of them matched up when i searched for them, not even for global and for the UK they are much lower than you have listed. You might want to double check them so it doesn't appear to be exaggerated.
+ 1 to what lovecraft said - not sure where you're getting exacts from? I get tacos at 2900, natal at 1600 local monthly exacts for example, are you using GKT?
I'm a novice mate so no deliberate effort at misguiding, if you offer guidance i'll update across the board. Still on Estibot. Many thanks for informing me.
Basically you just need to search for 'google keyword tool uk'
Click on it and preferably sign in using a google account name as it will make things easier and you wont have to do the security verification with each search you do
Make sure it is set to English (United Kingdom) and British (pounds sterling) at the top....
Then, in the left hand column under where it says 'Match types' untick broad and tick exact (nb - this columm is sometimes hidden by another box which you can just minimise), you can then enter your search term and the results should be accurate...the figure you need to pay attention to is the number of 'local monthly searches' which is what people refer to here as local monthly exacts
There was a great thread created by another member (sorry can't remember who it was) on here that had a step by step guide with screen shots that was very helpful but i can't find that thread... however if you follow stellars advice you can't go wrong!
Cheers. Utter over eagerness on my part. Sorry.
Plus this is the fixed price thread and you've not put a fixed price against them. If you are looking for offers, it should have gone in the offers invited thread.
Apart from that, good start
They did have prices on them which i've now taken off until I can think of what they are worth now. In fact if anyone wants them today for registration cost be my guest. Just not been my day this hasn't.
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