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A keyword tool that really knows if you can compete or not

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A keyword tool that really knows if you can compete or not
« on: September 12, 2011, 10:58:14 AM »
Are so many KW tools - some with the go or no go things on them - most say go when it's a definite no go - a tool that is real and can tell you if can get top 10 would be something that is for sure.

And have it so that it is for serious IM marketers with access to links!

Re: A keyword tool that really knows if you can compete or not
« Reply #1 on: September 12, 2011, 12:24:51 PM »
Glad to see travel in there prospects are good already, but the keywords for travel maybe hard when say targeting a specific town or area. So for this to be really valuable when aiming for a niche market where only 40 - 50,000 searches are made monthly it will have to deal with very targeted keywords. Maybe a trial of 5 articles on the software maybe an advantage so the client can tell if its going to help long term. I am sure there is huge amounts of people needing material for weight loss. Not so many for what i am doing so some kind of try before you buy always helps. Still from the outset it looks like a vaulable concept and tool.

Re: A keyword tool that really knows if you can compete or not
« Reply #2 on: September 12, 2011, 01:00:17 PM »
Hi Jonathan,


I think this is awesome !..one thing I would love to see this tool do is create the articles based around a specific keyword..for example..say you want to target a keyword that is long tail like " how to lose 10 pounds in one week"  ..if the keyword could be inserted in the article a few times somehow..then you could basically create an article about any long tail keyword you want..and the good thing is that the article tips would be related to the to the long tail keyword anyway..so it would make sense..but the trick is how to set this up to allow an long tail keyword to be added in the article a few times to make it optimized for the keyword you choose...maybe some default sentences could be added to allow us to add keywords into the article default sentences..anyway that's just my 2 cent  :)