Google has launched a tool that promises to give relevant keywords to a website, which are not also part of Adwords campaigns.

Speaking on a company blog, crew member Trevor Claiborne said the web resource’s Search-based Keyword Tool (beta) will give a “better sense” of what potential customers are looking for.

He goes on to add the product will help businesses “take advantage of missed opportunities” by adding extra keywords, before adding: “The tool is also useful if you don’t currently advertise on AdWords.”

He continued: “For example … a digital camera blog could decide which cameras to review by looking at which camera models attract the most queries.”

The online resource’s article goes on to add the tool is available to internet marketing businesses in the US and UK, with language expansion allowing for more countries to be included in the future.

Meanwhile, the search engine has just launched Google Analytics Tracking For Adobe Flash, a programming language set to simplify the ability to track Flash, Flex and AS3 content.
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