Ads (0)
PPC Keywords (0)
Organic Keywords (13,396)
Competitors (0)
Daily Ad Budget: N/A active PPC Ad Copies: 0  
Total Clicks/Day: N/A PPC Keywords: 0
Average Ad Position: N/A PPC Competitors: 0  
Average Cost/Click: N/A  
PPC Overview
No Results Found
Organic Listing Variations
Halliburton case - Lostpedia
A Zero Halliburton-type aluminum suitcase was brought on the plane by the US Marshal, Edward Mars. The case contained weapons (four pistols), ...
Black Rock - Lostpedia
The Black Rock is a British trading ship that was found inland on the Island. The ship has been seen in the episodes "Exodus, Part 1", "Exodus, Part 2", ...
Exodus, Part 2 - Lostpedia
"Exodus, Part 2" is the twenty-fourth episode and 2-hour finale of Season 1 of Lost. As with the previous episode, flashbacks show numerous characters in ...
Polar bear - Lostpedia
Polar bears were brought to the Island by the DHARMA Initiative, who held them in cages at the Hydra station. Text on the blast door map suggests that ...
C-4 - Lostpedia
C-4, properly known as composition 4, is a plastic explosive developed in the 1960s as an ... C-4 is a combination of explosive, a plastic binding agent, ...
Ajira Airways - Lostpedia
Ajira Airways is a fictional airline company whose logo appeared briefly twice ... which translates from Devanagari as "John 316" (see easter eggs section). ...
Easter egg - Lostpedia
4 Season 4 Easter eggs. 4.1 Gallery. 5 DVD Easter eggs; 6 Lost: Via Domus Easter eggs .... Main article: Lost: The Complete First Season (DVD)#Easter eggs ...
Exposé (TV series) - Lostpedia
Exposé is a fictional television series within Lost. In the hour-long action drama, strippers fight criminals under the tutelage of their strip-club owner ...
German tailender - Lostpedia
The German Tailender is an unspecified tail section survivor of Oceanic Flight 815 that was mentioned in dialog by Nathan. ("The Other 48 Days")
Rain - Lostpedia
Contents. 1 Occurrences. 1.1 Season 1; 1.2 Season 2; 1.3 Season 3; 1.4 Season 4; 1.5 Season 5. 2 Predicting the rain; 3 Production notes ...
View More »
ascSort Ascending
descSort Descending
!eqDoes Not Equal...
gtGreater Than...
gteqGreater Than or Equal To...
ltLess Than...
lteqLess Than or Equal To...
      And   Or
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.