Keyword Tools, Cloaking

Keyword Permutator:
Another one hits the market... The Permutator costs $50 and has a free 10 day trial. (link found on Peter D's blog)

Persistence Pays Off ;-)
Chris Lee of Keywords Analyzer has sent me a nubmer of emails asking me to post about his software in my blog (and since I was mentioning other keyword software I finally remembered to). Keywords Analyzer is similar to AdWord Analyzer but with a few extra tweaks. Keyword Analyzer comes with a 90 day money back guarantee.

PPC competitive analysis software as a whole is going to become a huge market in the next 6 months to a year.

Social Computing Research:
From MSN: Wallop... link from Beal

Industrial Strength Cloaking
Briefly explained from Fantomaster

Cool Idea:
from Chris Ridings...he allows smaller search engine and directory reps to receive notifications when their search engine or directory are mentioned at SearchGuild.

Roll Your Own:
Tara Calishain created a searchroller tool which allows you to create bookmarks to search Yahoo! from any collection of websites or folders.

Price Per Word?
John Battelle has a graph showing PPC revenue trends.

SEO Book Price
I am raising it to $79 in about 10 minutes. I still need to do a bit of grammatical editing, but hopefully I will be able to do that over the weekend or early next week.

Published: October 15, 2004 by Aaron Wall in seo tools


October 23, 2004 - 6:25am


I thought you might be interested in a new SEO Keyword Analysis Tool,
available free-of-charge on the Internet. You can access this tool

This tool assists webmasters and SEO consultants in performing
keyword analysis for search engine optimization. Specifically, this
tool will, when given a URL, display the most frequently used
keywords and keyphrases present in the document in question. Once
keywords and keyphrases are displayed, you can perform an Internet
search to find out more information concerning the keyword/phrase's
popularity on the Internet.



October 23, 2004 - 10:14pm

Hi Andy
there are much better keyword analysis tools on the market than that one. some keyword analysis tools display percentage and breakdown by keywords in each element, etc.

The keyword density tools at and Search Engine World are probably the best ones out there though I rarely use either.

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