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Getting Started with Keyword Predator

Getting Started with Keyword Predator Using Keyword Predator is really quite simple once you get started but it helps to know how to get the best use out of it so you don't leave disappointed or waste too much time using it in a less efficient way. So read on for this getting started tutorial..

First of all you must login, which you can do from the drop down form at the top right corner - this form will also contain other useful links after you login such as to the Settings page and to the Panel where you can see all the keywords/stats in your personal keyword database.

After you login you will arrive at the main panel which shows a keyword search box and, as mentioned above, also shows all your previously researched keywords - naturally the first time you login it wont show any keywords, just the search box.

For best results it is preferable to start with a broad keyword/phrase rather than some very long-tail phrase. Doing it this way should return many more suggestions. You should note that every keyword suggestion returned is also a link so you can then click it to drill down and search for even more suggestions based on that keyword.

After you search and get a page of suggestions you will see there are three icons under the Actions column - the first one is just a link to a search on Google for that keyword so you can have a quick look at the results there, the second one does a domain availability search based on that keyword so you can see if there are any Exact Match Domains. 

The third icon, the eye, is the most important one as by clicking that you are adding the keyword/phrase to your personal keyword database where it will be analysed in much more detail and it will appear on your main panel page showing all the new stats such as difficulty rating and more.

Basically what you should do is scan through the list of suggestions and any that look interesting you add to your database by clicking that icon. You should keep drilling down through all the suggestions to get more and more and keep adding the good ones to your database so you will soon have a nice list of relevant keywords to analyse.

Once you have finished searching and adding keywords you can return to your panel and see them all in a table, complete with a whole range of statistics to help you decide what to do with them. You can of course sort them in various ways such as by the amount of search traffic they have.

As with the previous suggestions page, there are a number of icons under the Actions column. The first is to write an article - in other words it is just a shortcut to a service to get an article written based on this keyword. The second icon is a Google search and the third is a domain availability search. The fourth icon goes to an external service for an even more detailed analysis of the keyword, should you want to get more data.

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