How To Use WordTracker For Keyword Research and Uncover Profitable Niches


  • Do you want to get keyword results you can trust?
  • Do you want to boost your search engine rankings?
  • Do you want to discover profitable niches?
  • Do you want to attract highly targeted, profitable traffic to your site?

Search engines rank websites and videos based on the keywords contained in the content. Even though you could guess what keywords people use to find your content, Wordtracker is the most authoritative keyword research tool on the Web.

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Wordtracker Review – NEW Free Keywords Research Tool

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  • Do you want to find profitable keywords from multiple search engines?
  • Are you making the mistake of using the Google Keyword Planner Tool?
  • How accurate is the Wordtracker Free Keywords Tool?

Most online marketers (including myself) used the Google AdWords Keyword Tool for many years which has been replaced by the Keyword Planner Tool. The big problem with using this tool is that it’s other words it doesn’t provide an accurate analysis of keywords you can use to attract traffic to your website.

Think of this scenario…you spend an hour or two researching potential keywords using Google’s keyword planner tool. After selecting several keywords to target you spend hours writing content based on the keywords you selected. You then spend more hours promoting the content by sharing it on social media sites and other web properties to build backlinks. You check your rankings every few days to see if your content ranks high enough on the search engines so you’ll receive a continuous stream of traffic. After waiting several weeks or months you notice your content still hasn’t attained high rankings so you conclude this strategy is a waste of your precious time.

Why you shouldn’t use Google’s Keyword Planner Tool
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Google Keyword Tool Changes and What To Do About It!

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Google announced it will be retiring it’s popular Keyword Research Tool soon and will replace it with Keyword Planner which will only be available if you open an AdWords account. The new tool is designed to make it easier for advertisers to create new campaigns and ad groups from within the planner.

Google hasn’t yet announced the final date but when you try to access the access the tool you’ll see the message:

“In the coming months, the external Keyword Tool will no longer be available. To get keyword ideas, sign in to your AdWords account and try Keyword Planner.”

The Problem With Google’s Keyword Tool
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How To SEO Your Blog Step-By-Step


  • Do you want to attract free traffic to your blog?
  • Do you want to generate more sales?
  • Do you want to achieve high rankings in the search engines?

Many blog owners think that once they’ve built a blog and uploaded it to the web it will magically appear in the search engines and traffic will automatically start flowing to it. This couldn’t be further from the truth.

To correctly SEO (search engine optimization) your blog
there are a number of tweaks that need to be made.

Here are the 16 Steps to Correctly
Optimize Your Blog for the Search Engines:

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Search Engine Optimization (SEO): Old vs New

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You may be wondering if SEO is still worth doing these days since there have been many changes in the last couple of years. Your websites may have lost their rankings due to the Panda and Penguin algorithm updates resulting in lost sales. SEO strategies that worked well for you in the past may no longer generate effective results.

For example I submitted content to article directories for many years to share with a larger audience and to build back links to my websites. This often resulted in gaining high rankings in the search engines and generating lots of free traffic. After the Panda and Penguin updates my traffic dropped by 50%. This can primarily be attributed to getting too many back links from article directories using the same anchor text.

Recently one of the most popular article directories on the net… Ideamarketers, closed down because the owner no longer believed this business model was effective strategy for generating income.

So what are the new strategies for effective SEO?

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Market Samurai Review – Top 7 Reasons Why Market Samurai Is The Best Keyword Research Tool

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Effective keyword research begins by using the best keyword research tool that generates the most accurate results. Ineffective tools only waste your precious time. For instance the Google AdWords Tool is free and easy to use however it’s results are grossly inaccurate because the data only comes from Google. Also it includes automated searches plus it doesn’t have the ability to analyze and filter the results for finding the most profitable keywords to use in your content.

Here Are The Top 7 Reasons Why Market Samurai Is The Best Keyword Research Tool

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Keyword Research Mistakes – Are You Making These Top 3 Mistakes When Searching for Profitable Keywords?

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If you don’t research potential keywords correctly you won’t get the desired results you’re looking for. For instance you may spend hours creating a list of keywords using your favorite keyword tool, only to find out later it didn’t generate new traffic or convert into sales.

So what are the top 3 mistakes marketers make while conducting keyword research?

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Understanding the Importance of Keyword Research

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Before writing any content for your website it’s very important to research the keywords people enter into the search engines to find information. If you don’t do this first your content won’t attract the search engines which means you’ll receive little or no search engine traffic.

What is keyword research and what will it tell you?

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5 Things To Consider Before Conducting Keyword Research

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Even if you have a beautifully designed website it won’t generate any sales or leads if you don’t market it. One of the most effective methods for driving traffic to your site is search engine marketing. You can use either paid advertising or search engine optimization. Both require you to generate a list of keywords.

What is pay per click advertising?

This refers to the list of ads displayed in the right side of the search engine results pages (SERPS) where advertisers pay each time someone clicks on their ad. If many advertisers are competing for the same keywords you’ll pay more than the less competitive keywords.

What is search engine optimization?

This refers to the results listed on the left side of the search engine results pages. Search engines such as Google, Yahoo and Bing use keywords embedded in your website to find and rank your web pages. Multiple factors determine how high your site will rank ie keywords, quality and quantity of backlinks, domain age, social media signals, etc.

Both methods above first begin with keyword research to determine how many search counts a keyword or keyword phrase receives each month.

Here are 5 things to consider before conducting keyword research

1. Not all keyword research tools are created equal

Each keyword tool gets it’s data from different sources. For example the Google AdWords Tool gets all its data from Google and not any other search engine so this means its results are skewed towards Google. It also includes automated searches generated from automated software programs.

On the other hand WordTracker is more accurate than the Google Tool because it filters out automated searches and gathers its data from all multiple search engines (metacrawlers) such as and It also doesn’t include duplicate results and filters out adult-oriented keywords.

2. Results only contain a representative sample of total database results

It’s impossible to obtain a totally accurate count from any keyword tool because it doesn’t show the results from its entire database. For instance WordTracker’s results are only a 2% sample of its database.

How does this affect you?

Even though you may only see a few searches displayed inside WordTracker for a specific keyword, your sites stats may show a much higher number because it’s receiving traffic from all over the Net. The keyword tool only provides a representative sample from its database.

3. Keyword research doesn’t guarantee conversions

Even if you’ve created an effective keyword list, optimized all your web pages for the search engines and got hundreds of links pointing to your website it won’t guarantee your visitors will convert into sales or leads. One of the main factors affecting conversion rates is web copy. Well written web copy will generate higher conversion rates than poorly written content. Other factors include web design, load times and usability.

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4. High competition

Selecting keywords that are highly competitive will only waste your precious time. For instance if you select a keyword phrase that receives 5000 searches per month (according to the Google Keyword Tool) and the top 10 websites have 1000s of backlinks pointing back to them plus their domains are over 10 years old, your chances of outranking them will be very slim, especially if you’ve built a new website (with a newly registered domain).

5. Avoid using single keywords

Single keywords will generate thousands of more searches than long tail keywords (keyword phrases containing 2 or more keywords) because they are so general. Even though the search counts will be less it will be easier to gain high rankings for them because there is less competition.

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Are you only using one tool for keyword research?
Do all keyword tools give you an accurate search count?
Which tools should you use to find new niches?

Search engines find websites based upon keywords contained in there web pages. If there are thousands of search counts for a specific keyword each month and your web page ranks at the top or on the first page of Google you’ll receive far more traffic than if it’s ranked on the second or third page.

So how do you find keywords people are searching on every month?

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