Google has a great new feature that will revolutionize SEO: the Google Keyword Tool API. If you’re not familiar with the tool, it’s basically a built-in program that allows you to get data from the search engine results pages and set the parameters for your SEO efforts. You can programmatically modify keyword density, bid and other related elements to optimize your online presence.
Search engine bots are getting smarter. These days, a lot of bots are “learning” how to crawl the Internet and read pages as they occur to them. Bots aren’t always right, and human editors have the ability to decide if it’s better to let bots monitor the pages, or leave it up to human editors to decide which pages to index. The Google Keyword Tool API puts the power in the hands of the human users of the web.
Google offers more control for users than any other SEO tool currently available. The google keyword tool api enables you to use real-time information from the results page as an internal tool for working on SEO content.
With the API, you can set metrics such as total listings or relevancy, geographic targeting, etc. The software also offers API authorization for third party applications that run across the Google server.
For the best possible results with the API, you need to be familiar with how it works. Specifically, you need to know how to use it to effectively manipulate the Google Keyword Tool.
In order to set up your Google Search Volume API, you’ll need to use a programmatic library. This programmatic library is a collection of modules that you configure and connect to your API.
The Google Search Volume API is comprised of four components: Search Query Module, Search User Module, SearchWebsite Module, and Search Metadata Module. By interacting with each component separately, you can set up the parameters for your campaigns, bid decisions, etc.
The Search Query Module is where you get your query. It accepts multiple inputs, including your site URL, keywords, and other appropriate data.
The Search User Module is where you enter your keyword. It accepts a variety of keywords as input and re-use them in different ways. The result is a highly customized keyword that will help with your campaigns.
The Search Website Module allows you to set up your marketing campaigns. It allows you to specify your various ads (such as banner ads) and other related keyword selection. You can also set your bidding parameters for ads.
The Search Metadata Module allows you to take advantage of the large amount of data provided by Google’s search engine. This module allows you to put in basic, more detailed, and more complex information.
To further customize your campaign, you’ll need to set up the Google Keyword Tool API. This is similar to other existing programs like the Google Toolbar. You’ll be able to setup campaign components for keyword density, bidding, and search volume.