Posts Tagged wordtracker

New Ideas in Wordtracker Tools – Keyword Hunting

Next time you are looking for new ideas in Wordtracker to attract more traffic, try thinking beyond “keyword hunting.” Of course you want to find those great money keywords, but also thing about exploring “topics” that would fit into your site’s interests.

Have you ever researched which “tools” are in the highest demand?
Have you ever researched “behaviorally related” action words?
Have you ever thought about researching a specific color?
Have you ever thought about research a specific “price” or “price range?”
Use Wordtracker to explore every tiny little boring bit of human dialogue.

Sometimes the tiniest little boring root word, can open up huge “windows of opportunity?” Why don’t more people discover the gold that is in there? Usually because they tend to guess at keywords rather than understand the power of exploring data.

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SEO Tips # 128 – Wordtracker Magic

Are you aware of your customer’s “high interest” topics?
How much are you allowing yourself to explore outside of the
“keyword hunt” mindset?

It’s not just “keywords” or “keyword phrases” but are you tapping
into the customer’s marketplace needs and interests?

You can use Wordtracker to explore the worlds’s searching behavior
and build that content which truly satisfies one of the customer’s needs.

Read Wordtracker Magic

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SEO Tips # 95

Tips # 1:

If you use drop-down menus on your pages, be sure to include actual HTML links to your interior pages as well. If you rely on your drop-down menus to direct the spiders to other pages on your site, you may be very disappointed when the pages aren’t indexed.

Tips # 2 :

Do you know the difference between Wordtracker’s top 1000 short term
report and their top 1000 long term report.

The Long term report shows the busiest keywords in the last 90 days.
The Short term report shows the busiest keywords in the last 24 hours.

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SEO Tip #24 – Wordtracker Keyword Research

Next time you do keyword research, think beyond the first terms
that jump into your mind. Most people don’t really research much
data, but the tend to use the tool to tell them about specific
phrases (THEY THINK) are most important. If you don’t believe it
then check this example…

Example, What might a good root word be for an affiliate marketer
to use in a site about “recipes?”

TIP: Try researching anything BUT the most obvious word “recipes.”
Explore the subtle supporting terms and see what happens. You might
try exploring a “food group” or action related to cooking.

See what I found here in this example of just using keyword forensics
method with an ordinary common food. Examples of KEI values of over
200,000 with only subtle difference in the word clusters.

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SEO Tip #11 – Keyword Research in wordtracker

Here is another tip. This one is not SEO related, but still useful.

Here’s a secret that you need to keep in mind for your keyword research. Did you know that you can use negative qualifiers with Wordtracker?

For example you can REMOVE certain terms from showing up in your list altogether by placing a (-)hyphen or minus sign in front of the word you want to eliminate.

EXAMPLE: You are researching a keyword like “diamond.” In the box you could put the following:
– Neil Diamond
This would eliminate any instance of Neil Diamond from showing up in your diamond related phrases.

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SEO Tip #8 – How important is case sensitivity in Wordtracker research?

Currently the major search engines are not case sensitive at all.
The last search that use to be case sensitive was Alta Vista but
that was years ago. For now, case sensitivity is not TOO important,
but that does not mean things could not change sometime in the

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