Overview
Ads (149)
PPC Keywords (133)
Organic Keywords (8,113)
Competitors (1,243)
Sub-Domains
Search Results: 1 - 10 out of 133 keywords
No.
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Keyword
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The list of PPC keywords being used by the domain you have searched.
ROI
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ROI refers to the profitability of an advertisement copy. It is an extrapolation computed by KeywordSpy to gauge how effective an ad is, based on its frequency of appearance in search engine listing.

ROI is computed as follows:

ROI= (Days Seen*Percentage Seen)/Number of Days Seen since Last Seen

Example: An ad copy for the keyword “Send Flowers...” was seen 15 days out of 20; the ad copy was seen 2 days ago

Number of Days Seen: 15 Percentage Seen: 15/20= 75% Number of Days since Last Seen: 2 Days

ROI = (15*75%)/2 = 5.6
Volume
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Refers to the estimated volume or number of searches for a keyword within a month’s period.
CPC
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Our Average Cost per Click (CPC) metric comes from Google API. The actual CPC of a keyword is probably lower than this.

The purpose of this extrapolation is to show relative estimated cost among keywords that advertisers bid on.
Profitable Ads
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The number of profitable general PPC ads that KeywordSpy found, out of the total number of ads for a keyword that KeywordSpy had indexed.
Affiliate Ads
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The number of profitable affiliate ads that KeywordSpy found, out of the total number of affiliate ads for a keyword that KeywordSpy had indexed.
Days Seen
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The number of days the ads under a keyword were seen in PPC search engine listing, out of the total number of indexing.

For example, if ads were seen 10 days out of total 50 days of total indexing. The Days Seen value is 10/50 days.
Last/First Seen
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The dates when the ad copies for a domain were first and last seen by KeywordSpy in search engines’ PPC listing.
1. charleston visitors guide
 149
480 $0.35
 0/4
 0/4
675/3013 days 07 May 2018, 08:34 PM
03 Feb 2010, 11:07 AM
2. charleston sc visitors guide
 147
320 $0.39
 0/3
 0/3
666/3012 days 07 May 2018, 08:34 PM
04 Feb 2010, 02:30 PM
3. travel guide charleston
 24
480 $0.71
 0/3
 0/3
608/3012 days 30 Apr 2018, 04:23 AM
04 Feb 2010, 07:29 AM
4. beach charleston south carolina
 5
18,100 $1.73
 0/3
 0/3
99/2185 days 07 May 2018, 04:24 AM
11 May 2012, 11:25 PM
5. beach charleston sc
 5
27,100 $1.82
 0/2
 0/2
101/2158 days 06 May 2018, 05:37 AM
07 Jun 2012, 07:41 AM
6. travel guide charleston sc
 3
260 $0.77
 0/3
 0/3
50/1021 days 05 May 2018, 01:32 AM
19 Jul 2015, 10:51 AM
7. beaches in charleston sc
 2
12,100 $2.19
 0/3
 0/3
129/2348 days 01 May 2018, 05:45 AM
30 Nov 2011, 10:24 PM
8. visitors center charleston
 1
2,900 $0.26
 0/1
 0/1
297/2758 days 15 Mar 2018, 07:39 PM
16 Oct 2010, 02:20 AM
9. visitor center charleston
 1
880 $0.37
 0/1
 0/1
297/2844 days 15 Mar 2018, 07:40 PM
22 Jul 2010, 07:58 AM
10. charleston city guide
 1
140 $0.85
 0/2
 0/2
32/772 days 07 May 2018, 08:34 PM
24 Mar 2016, 09:59 PM
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Sometimes you don’t know exactly what you are looking for in a Research data. That’s when our searching options may come handy.
The Domain Search
This search allows you to enter the domain name of the site you want to analyze. For example, you may enter “amazon.com” in the KeywordSpy search bar.

The Keyword Search
This will let you enter terms and key phrases in the search bar such as “send flowers”, “cover letters”, “keyword software,” and even a single broad term like “chocolate”.

The Ad Copy Search
This allows you to enter any texts or content included in an ad copy, whether the ones in ad copy headline or the ones in description lines. For example: “sunglasses”.
The Destination URL Search
This search allows you to enter the destination URL of the site that you want to analyze.

The destination URL is the address where a searcher is taken when an advertisement copy in search engines is clicked. Please take note that the destination URL differs from the display URL which appears at the bottom of advertisement copies.

Please be reminded to always include http:// at the beginning of your Destination URL search. For example: “http://www.proflowers.com”.

In addition, if you want to find all the ads that KeywordSpy indexed for a specific affiliate network e.g. Hydra Network. You should search in Destination URL the string lynxtrack.com.
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