Create projects and organize your keywords in the Wordtracker Keywords tool [Training Video]

Posted by Mal Darwen on 17 Jul, 2013
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Learn how to keep your keyword research organized with this Wordtracker Keywords tool How to video

Keeping your keywords organized well is one of the most important things you can do when working on keyword research campaigns.

Mal Darwen presents a Wordtracker tool "How-to" video on how to keep everything nicely arranged and easily accessible.

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Hi there,

In this clip, I'll show you how you can set up and manage a project to hold your lists of keywords, and show you how easy it is to keep your work organized.

From the dashboard, just click 'create a new project' and you'll be invited to give it a name, and then taken to that project's page.

From there, you can either make a list with your own keywords (we'll find metrics for the ones we have in our database), or head to the keyword research tool.

Once you have keywords that you want to save, you can just save the whole list really easily into your project. Here's how.

With all the keywords selected, just hit the 'save' button, choose your project, name your list and that's it. Saved.

You can also save lists in the background from any keyword on the page - just hit the 'search' link, and then 'search and save' ('search' will conduct a search on the page immediately), and then choose your destination. The default list name is the keyword you're working from, but you can change that easily. The data source will be the latest source you searched from in the main interface.

You can see a list of saved lists in your project from the link at the top of the page - or you can head straight to your project page to see all of the details in the lists - and if you open a list, it's easy to update it using the button at the bottom of the page.

You can move keywords between lists, and you can move lists between projects - it's all very straightforward, and gives you maximum flexibility over your work.

Let us know if you have any questions or comments about the keywords tool - we're easy to reach at And we're always happy to hear from you.

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