Google AdWords Launched Keyword Ad Planner

May 21, 2013 • 8:43 am | comments (8) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google AdWords

Google AdWords AdsGoogle announced a new keyword tool named the Keyword Planner.

The tool can be found under the Tools & Analysis tab when you are logged into your Google AdWords account. The tool combines the benefits of the Keyword Tool and the Traffic Estimator into an integrated workflow. The tool basically lets you find new keyword and ad group ideas, get performance estimates for them to find the bids and budgets, and then add them to your campaigns.

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For more details on how to use this tool, see the help documents.

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peter rota

05/21/2013 10:56 pm

Whenever I try to access this it says access denied. Do you need to have an active adwords account to use it?


05/22/2013 04:52 am

I haven't used yet.

Mark Reynolds

05/22/2013 07:05 am

I've been seeing the message too Peter, when trying to visit this page: but getting forwarded to a 'No Access' message: "Sorry, you don't have access to this page." I thought it was because I'm based in the UK? Where are you Peter?


05/22/2013 07:54 am

@Mark and @peter_rota:disqus getting access here in South Africa.. Not sure where you guys are based though.. On-topic great tool.But just like with all the other Google tools I would proceed with precaution and still use my own discretion when setting up adgroups with new keywords.At the end of the day you know your audience and what to target..

Alan Smith

05/22/2013 10:51 am

let's try something new :)


05/22/2013 11:10 am

Accsess denied in Australia.

Yogita Aggarwal

05/23/2013 02:49 am

That's cool... let's see "How this "Keyword Planner" helps in my PPC campaign?"

Spook SEO

01/27/2014 03:17 pm

Hi Beaudon1, Google has fixed it already. Its already working in your country AU. Actually, I loved this one, really a huge help in my PPC campaign. I have now as more than of thousands of clicks every day in some of my page (not all).

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