|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|merchant of venice||1.55||0.1||5353||23|
|merchants bank of commerce||0.12||0.1||7453||74|
|merchant credit card||0.81||1||8669||82|
|merchants bonding company||1.86||0.6||9086||76|
|merchant account services||1.19||0.4||8368||34|
|merchant and main vacaville||0.69||0.3||4134||37|
|merchant cash advance loans||0.75||0.5||3474||95|
|merchant marine academy||0.28||1||4471||24|
|merchants bank of commerce redding ca||0.11||0.6||2832||32|
|merchants bank login||0.18||0.8||4685||75|
|merchant and mills||1.38||0.3||330||62|
|merchant services chase||0.66||0.3||9351||12|
Examples of merchant in a Sentence. Merchants traveled hundreds of miles to trade in the city. a family of wealthy merchants The town's merchants closed their shops during the parade. Prizes were given by local merchants. Amazon, too, often competes with merchants that use its online marketplace.What is the definition of a merchant?
A merchant is a person who trades in commodities produced by other people. Historically, a merchant is anyone who is involved in business or trade. Merchants have been known for as long as industry, commerce, and trade have existed.What does the name merchants mean?
Merchant is an Anglo-Saxon surname, meaning a merchant or trader, and was originally given as an occupational name to a buyer or seller of goods. It is shared by the following people:What is the legal definition of a merchant?
Definition of merchant. (Entry 1 of 3) 1 : a buyer and seller of commodities for profit : trader. 2 : the operator of a retail business : storekeeper. 3 : one that is noted for a particular quality or activity : specialist a speed merchant on the base paths.