AffiliateMarketingDiary.com – This video shows you how to convert a keyword list in a column format to a comma separated list (in a row) for use with various software. Note This particular conversion will require MS Excel or similar software.

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  • This was good. The Transpose function is the key
    You don’t need to save as a .csv file though:
    Once you’ve Transpose-pasted the keywords into your row, simply highlight them and paste into a notepad
    Once it’s pasted, you will notice a tabbed area (one char, about .5in) that you can highlight. Highlight and copy the tab character, press Ctrl+H, Paste in the Find column, and put “, ” (comma, space) in the replace field and replace all
    Great Tip and helpful – most RST’s give you columned word lists


  • this was very simple 🙂

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