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Is it possible to find out which keywords are bringing traffic to a perticular hub or a webpage which I don't own?
Yep, It probably is possible.
Cant say anyone will say how though.
You might want to add Mozilla Firefoz SEO addon to your searchbar though.
Try Spyfu.com, it's a website I regularly use for reverse engineeering competitor websites. Alexa has some tools too. All of these are rather general statistics though, and not 100% accurate.
I just now read on a blog about 'Site info' on Alexa, am trying out with my own hub to check the accuracy.
I'll try Spyfu as well.
Both Alexa and Spyfu shows site info for domains only, is is not possible to get informations about subdomains?
I have never used anything that does that, for the most part though a domain level competitor analysis is what I need.
It might be too much data for a free service to carry though.
I usually use Google adwords keyword tool to get some ideas. Just put the webpage url into the website box in Google keyword tool and it will give your all possible keywords.
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