Still Not Doing Keyword Research?

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A couple of months ago I did a post on keyword research and in it I introduced a new keyword tool called WordZe.

Since then I’ve been using WordZe almost everyday. Really, once you understand the value of having at least a basic knowledge of keyword volume, history and trends you will start to use this tool for even day to day tasks to enhance your search engine rankings and traffic by targeting words that people are actually searching for.

For example, if I’m going to post a new video to all of my video sharing sites using Traffic Geyser and I have a group of keywords to choose from but I want to know which keyword has the most search volume I simply open up WordZe and do a quick search. Iuse the same technique when writing blog posts. Targeting the right keywords and phrases can make a huge difference in the amount of traffic a particular post gets.

Below are links to a few videos I made on using WordZe.

Also, WordZe is running a $14.95 special for the first month for the next 3 days. So, if you’re curious and you want to see for yourself how easy and beneficial good keyword research can be then, get it now and try it for yourself.

WordZe $14.95 specialGood until March 24th

Video 1:

  • How to accurately estimate daily searches
  • How to Use the WordRank Tool to do Competition Research
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Video 2:

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2 Responses to “Still Not Doing Keyword Research?”

  1. JP Moses on April 9th, 2008 3:43 pm

    I don’t understand something in video 1. You mention that you can only use 60%-75% of the number for “estimated search” that the software brings up. And your reasoning is that you have to take into account non-English searchers.

    Isn’t the data ONLY for that keyword phrase, which is in English? Why do you need to take other languages into consideration, if the keyword phrase you’re researching is in English?



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  2. Barry O on April 9th, 2008 6:50 pm


    Good catch. What I should have said is other non-U.S. English speaking countries.

    “Wordze estimates search volume across all search engines in different countries (Google , Yahoo!, MSN, etc.) Assuming that you will do the best with the U.S. version of Google (if you use a .com domain), your search volume will be lower than these numbers.” - Court Tuttle-

    For more accurate info use the WordRank tool in WordZe. It will show you what countries and cities the percentage of searches come from.

    Still though, this is just an estimate.

    Barry O.

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