Keyword Research Wordtracker question....

Discussion in 'General Advice' started by TheWinner, May 27, 2008.

  1. TheWinner

    TheWinner New Member

    Hey guys

    Recently I have come across gtrends research tool by wordtracker -

    http://freekeywords.wordtracker.com/gtrends

    Does anyone know what time span the results are calculated over? I am assuming one month.. but not 100% sure.

    Any help would be great [​IMG]

    Regards

    Kiran
     
  2. Breanne

    Breanne Guest

    Yes it is a one month time span. Another cool tool for keyword research is SEO Book. you just need to use a firefox browser with it. I have found it very helpful with my research.
     
  3. TheWinner

    TheWinner New Member

    Thanks for response Breanne [​IMG]
     
  4. jschuman

    jschuman New Member

  5. TheWinner

    TheWinner New Member

    Interesting article

    Thanks for that

    Kiran
     
  6. aplina

    aplina New Member

    l use wood tracker all the time esp on the long tailed key words. l have not cared on the time updates
     
  7. Breanne

    Breanne Guest

    Thanks for the info about Wordtracker Jeff. I was informed that it was on a monthly basis. Thanks for the heads up. [​IMG]
     
  8. o00roxygirl00o

    o00roxygirl00o New Member

    As far as keyword searches go where seems to be the best place to go for this? I know this might be a stupid question and it is probably listed somewhere but what does SEO stand for?
     
  9. TheWinner

    TheWinner New Member

    Hey o00roxygirl00o

    o00roxygirl00o: As far as keyword searches go where seems to be the best place to go for this?


    At the moment, the only keyword research tool I use is:

    http://freekeywords.wordtracker.com/gtrends

    The following link will help explain this tool in detail:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UXZWHVryIT0

    o00roxygirl00o: I know this might be a stupid question and it is probably listed somewhere but what does SEO stand for?

    Theres no stupid questions, the only stupid questions are those that are NOT asked in the first place [​IMG]

    SEO stand for - Search Engine Optimization

    Which is esentially optimizing (via target keywords for example) a site to a particular search engines criteria to enable your site to appear higher in a list of search engine results, hence, improving the volume and traffic quality to the site

    Hope that helps

    Kiran
     
  10. Newbie Shield

    Newbie Shield Gold Member

    Roxy,

    SEO is one of the biggest components of online marketing. It's mastery is absolutely required in order to compete online.

    Learn on-page SEO first. Then learn off-page SEO. You'll need both to do well. Off-page SEO includes back links. Get back links from web 2.0 platforms as well as from articles, press releases, etc. If your content is good, other sites will naturally give you back links.

    ~Newbie Shield~
     
  11. TheWinner

    TheWinner New Member

    Hey Newbie Shield,

    Do you know of any good references on the internet regarding on-page and off-page SEO?

    Regards

    Kiran
     
  12. Newbie Shield

    Newbie Shield Gold Member

    Hi Winner,

    This forum is one place to learn a bit about SEO. You can also read about it in books, do a Google search, buy into a program, etc.

    The net is full of sites vying for your visitations :)

    The hard part is wading through the BS to find out what is really true. As with everything else, that takes a lot of time spent reading and experimenting. That isn't meant to sound evasive. You'll have no trouble at all finding this information.

    Best of luck,

    ~Newbie Shield~
     

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