Hi all, first off, I hate this topic, and you may as well. So, my apologies for spamming the sub.
I’m asking this group if you have a good method for doing keyword/SEM budget estimates. Here’s what we’re used to and what we’re looking for in a tool (or some reliable process):
– We plug in a list of keywords (or have them pre-stored/saved for consistent use)
– Load a *list* of zip codes is preferred, but we can work with several radii if needed.
– We choose the keywords and the tool outputs either a max spend monthly budget, or a set of budget tiers with a range of impressions or reach.
– Scalable. We pump out a ton of estimates each week, so we don’t have time to finagle or manually calculate a cost from hypothetical cpc and impression volume.
Yes, we’ve used Google keyword planner and we’re looking for an alternative. I wouldn’t be opposed to to using something that piggybacks off the keyword planner and allows us to paste a (large) list of zip codes.
We’ve also tried SEM Rush, which seems to coincide more with an ongoing list of projects, up to 15 at a time. We need something more flexible than that that can handle an unlmited number of estimates and ideally not be based on domain names.
Any suggestions that meet the criteria?
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