One of the new features in Internet Explorer 7 is the search bar, similar to that of Firefox. You can add new search engines either from the respective browsers’ search engines pages (for IE7 and Firefox 2), or you can add a new search engine directly from a website that provides one.
This new feature allowed us to offer our most popular service, Yahoo! (Overture) Keyword Suggestion Tool, as a search service that you can add to your search bar.
How to Add Keyword Research To Your Search Bar
Click on the link above to open the keyword suggestion tool in a new window.
In Firefox 2, look at the search icon. You should see the icon glowing slightly.
Click the icon, and you should see the “Add Keyword Research” menu item in the dropdown menu. Select that item and that’s it.
In Internet Explorer 7, you should see the little arrow next to the search icon highlighted in orange.
Click it, and navigate to the “Add Search Providers” submenu, then select “Keyword Research”, and that’s all you have to do.
Now you can easily access the Yahoo! Keyword Research tool even if you don’t have the VRE Toolbar installed.