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G_and_P
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Hey guys,

Just wondering if there’s a statistics showing the number of montly searches for a particular keyword(s). Something simillar to Google Keyword Tool for example. This could be useful in order to see how effective your tags are (according to Envato Analytics).

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audiophile-trax
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There isn’t at this moment but I’m hoping that is something envato will implement when the new search releases.

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Sophonic
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It would be great, could be way more efficient with our tags.

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ZtarrZound
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This was brought up a while back. The reason they don’t do it is for fear of ” keyword stuffing” – authors placing as many of the top searchable keywords as tags in their items as possible.

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G_and_P
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I can understand that. However, I believe that a tool showing just the effectiveness (%, based on searches/clicks or something like that) of your tags should be awesome.

Thanks for your answers!

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TortoiseTree
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Yeah, I don’t think envato would ever have that to be honest, ZtarrZound said, there would be way too many people using the same tags, hence rendering them useless. Besides the fact that I think a lot of people already copy tags from the top authors. I personally write down whatever I was thinking when I composed the piece that way the clients get an idea what i had in mind when I wrote the piece. Besides having odd tags may even help you as a client may use strange words in the search and if you’re the lucky guy that wrote in the right tag, you’ll be in luck and you’ll score a random sale!

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Marcozannone
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Well, that’s a pretty good idea. But I think it could result in either biased keywording or an overload of the kind of music which is now searched for most often…

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