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hi i am new here and would like to mingle around, aside from that i would also like to seek assistance on tutorial for keyword research? hope to hear from you guys. Thanks!

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Basically any search on Google is a keyword search

Google can do any word search, a collection of words search, a phrase of words search, or even an exclusion of word(s) search.

(It does so many other things also, like calculations, conversions, and so many other kinds of research tool.)

If Google is not exactly what you want to search with, it can be the best tool for finding what you want to find to search with.

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Mingle around?

This is a tech help forum. Often if a couple of our members answer a question, and it seems to be answered well, everyone else remains silent. If to "mingle" is your purpose, you might look at the left side of this page at "See all forums", expand that, and check out "Speakeasy". You also might like "Buzz out loud".

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