Marketing Professionals Complaining Keyword Planner Generating Only Ranges
By Neil Farquharson
Among marketing professionals, there has been some chatter on the web about limited data in some Google AdWords users’ Keyword Planners. It seems that some marketers’ Keyword Planners are displaying “generic” search volume ranges rather than the absolute search volumes displayed previously. Hence the automatically generated, suggested keywords are claimed not to be tailored to these users’ specific accounts. To put it bluntly, some marketing professionals have been claiming the output to be useless.
Just for clarity, the alleged situation should not be confused with the technical glitch back in June that caused some users to receive error messages when they tried to access their Keyword Planners.
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