Wordtracker have just come up with a new keyword tool called Scout.
It's currently only a Google Chrome extension and a little tricky to install (there's an explanation on the page, which I'll link to at the end), but I've been playing with it this evening and it could have a lot of potential for hubbers. It grabs keywords from the site you're on to show you what they're getting traffic for. If you write hubs in an area you know a lot about - and therefore read a fair few webpages about - it could help you figure out what kinds of keywords to shoot for.
You do have to sign up for the Wordtracker mailing list to get hold of it, but it's actually not a bad newsletter to get. It's free, too, so at worst you'll just have to hit delete and/or unsubscribe again. I haven't in 3+ years.
Anyway, here's the post announcing it http://www.wordtracker.com/blog/introdu … cker-scout
What do you think? Have you tried it? Will you?
by readytoescape8 years ago
What in your opinion is the best key word seach tool to use
by chaturrajneesh5 years ago
Which keyword research tool do you use?There are so many tools available in the market like wordtracker, market samurai, google keyword tool etc. Which is moct preferable and works for you best.
by Jane@CM8 years ago
I've been searching keywords this morning on a few articles I have. So as my luck goes - my key words do not have enough information. As I scroll down the page, totally unrelated words crop up, like gifts,...
by Barb H7 years ago
I just signed up for a one month subscription to Wordtracker and have been comparing the results with what I get from the Google Keyword Tool. My issue is nothing comes close to matching. The values I get for the Google...
by mhajnal8 years ago
My latest hub is ranking #3 for a 200,000 searches per month keyword, and #4 for a 50,000 searches per month keyword. It has been there for at least 24 hours now, yet there wasn't a single visit from Google yet. What...
by Isaac Asante3 years ago
Hi guys,For a while I've been using Google's Keyword Tool to research high-paying keywords and their estimate monthly traffic. Normally, what I do is that I look for Low competition keywords with around 1,000 monthly...
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