Keyword Multiplier Tool 
for Google Ads 

Create long tail keywords from a small list of keywords automatically.

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Find Longtail Keywords

Keyword multiplier tools are used by advertisers to create Ad Groups and Keywords for long tail keywords. Long tail keywords are an absolute must in creating profitable Google Ads campaigns as they represent the searches where users are being highly specific about what they want. These searches although small in search volume every month, typically have high conversion ratios and should be optimized for maximizing conversions. It is recommended a strategy to add these keywords into the Google Ads account as exact matches and target them. This is very manual work and you might need help from a tool to automate the keyword creation.


Legacy Keyword Multipliers

Keyword multiplier tools of old give you an option to create multiple lists of keywords and then multiplies them with each other to give several long tail keywords. for eg: Let's say there are two keyword lists, list 1 with keywords lawyer, legal and list 2 with the keywords marketing, advertising. The result will be lawyer marketing, lawyer advertising, legal marketing, legal advertising respectively. The main problem with these keyword tools is they need data to be fed to the system to produce long tail keywords. One simply cannot predict what all can users search for right from start.


New AdNabu Keyword Multiplier

AdNabu's keyword multiplier is much smarter than legacy keyword tools. Initially, it predicts keywords that should be targeted for a given landing page. From these keywords, without any input from users, AdNabu creates long tail keywords automatically. Even if the software misses some keywords at start, Our Google Ads Maintenance software of AdNabu will create these keywords later. The software also creates multiple match types and single keyword ad groups for every single keyword. These ad groups will also have automatically generated negative keywords to avoid any internal competition both between different match types and between short and long tail keywords.