Since launch, we’ve had some user feedback requesting better “how to” content and support material for our keyword tools. While we’ve been working on product quality and platform stability, some of the more important elements (user guides, instructional aids) have been put on the back burner.
I hope you like our helpful “how to” video (warning: may contain Jazz music)
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A few charts I made earlier
Just recently I used our tools to throw together some data for an SEO pitch. The data looked at job sectors, such as architecture, interior design by salary research terms. These charts are very easy to make – just follow these instructions.
Here’s another example – which UK towns do we love the most?
“I love Reading” – ahh, perhaps that’s less about location and more about reading.
Filters highlight massive opportunities
Obviously this tool was built to solve a problem for SEOgadget – speeding up detailed keyword research projects. One of the features available to our users is the filtering capability. Here’s an example:
Combine this filter with any category, or further filters for traffic and search volumes, and you can quickly pinpoint keywords worth targeting in your SEO campaign:
Uncategorised keywords with the default “low hanging fruit” filter active reveals a tasty ranking for SEOmoz’s “Open Site Explorer”. Perhaps I should be sending that traffic via their affiliate program
Image credits: JD