We’ve mentioned the many features that have helped AdWords users generate more results, as well as the new innovations underway intended to optimize these features. And thankfully, many of these innovations have already yielded to success, such as the recent changes to DSA’s, which have helped businesses extend their audience-reach and minimize time spent as much as 90%. So, all this is great, but at Netelixir, we really want you to get the most out of your AdWords account, particularly when it comes to keywords, as there still remains evidence that keywords are a significant factor in driving results, particularly when implemented with other features such as DSA’s which we mentioned previously. So, let us talk about one tool in another department of our company, LXRMarketplace’s Keyword Combinator, so you can generate even more success, especially with all the changes that could be affecting the ability of some businesses to effectively generate traction with their keywords.
Lets first discuss LXRMarketplace. The LXRMarketplace division of Netelixir caters specifically to those small businesses looking for SEO tools, providing them with over 20 tools that help provide actionable insights into HOW users can improve their SEO.
However, there is one tool that was created to assist small business in their quest to drive AdWords revenue with keywords, and that tool is the KeyWord Combinator Tool.
The Keyword Combinator Tool helps users to generate long-tail keywords for their Google AdWords Account and Bing Ad Campaigns by creating all possible combinations of keywords by just inserting their keywords in 3 separate columns. The tool takes into consideration Match Types, such as Phrase Match and Exact Match, maximum CPC bid, and landing page URL’s all from one screen. The tool also generates keyword reports similar to the AdWords Editor and Bing Ads Desktop with all keyword combinations, and EVEN calculates the recommended CPC bids and landing page URL’s.
From an objective standpoint, it’s very clear WHY this feature would be significant. It virtually provides all the information needed to discern what keywords will help you win bids and HOW to win those bids. But more importantly, it provides such an array of keywords that are useful in the light of the recent changes to AdWords, particularly those changes to Exact Match, which could very well affect the ability of some businesses to win bids for relevant keywords, especially if they have a smaller range of keywords relevant to their businesses. And being that keywords are still effective, especially when implemented correctly, and are optimized in combination with other features such as DSA’s, it’s certainly worth the time and effort of trying the tool. Not to mention, it provides you with results in seconds and at no price. So give it a try. You have nothing to lose, especially if you are currently dissatisfied with your results.