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Google Adwords is a great service from Google as it helps to choose perfect keywords for your post. Using Adwords, you can choose high paying keywords. This is a beneficial option for Adsense users. Google Adwords tells your the Global and local Monthly Searches of Keywords and you can easily find a rich keyword form your article, but many people don’t know how to use Adwords affectingly.

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Today i am going to tell you that how do you use Adwords tool to make your article rich

Just Follow the Below Steps:

  • Go to Adwords
  • Sign-In using your Gmail Account
  • You will see Adwords homepage
  • Click Tools and Analysis

  • A drop down windows will appear. Click Keyword Tool

  • After Clicking, you’ll be directed to Keywords tool
  • Enter your Article keyword or the word on which you are writing the whole article in the Word or Phrase Box as shown below

  • Click Advanced Option and filters

  • Change Country In Location and languages from where you are getting most of your Blog’s traffic.
  • Click On Search Button. 
  • You will be displayed results. Click Keywords Ideas

  • After Clicking, You will see the keywords with monthly searches.
  • There you can Copy the keyword from the list and use it in your blog.
  • This is Helpful For Adsense Users
  • Click on Columns and Tick Approximate CPC, click Apply and you will be displayed high paying Keywords. If you use these high paying keywords, then Adsense may give you the keyword rate on a single ad click.

I hope you Understand Adwords with this Tutorial. Please feel free to ask any question in comments

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