Get Listed is a cool tool for seeing how your website looks in local search, and to aid you in submitting your site to local search engines.
Wordtracker announced they will be launching a new version of their keyword tool soon.
FairShare helps you track scrapers publishing your content.
WebReader makes it easy for people to click a button that makes your blog speech enabled.
SEOmoz announced they retooled their backlink anchor text analysis tool using their Linkscape data, which they also released an API for.
Majestic SEO created a neighboring sites search.
Wolfram Alpha is to launch in May as an answer engine. I predict that launch strategy will create branding issues (like not being able to outsource the blame for their poor algorithms onto spammers - like Google does) but if the tool is decent it might be a great tool to use when researching content generation ideas. The new CashKeywords toolbar also looks quite useful for researching content ideas.
Mozilla is testing collecting usage data to create open research, hopefully they don't pull an AOL with the data though.
Some developers are creating new tools to analyze Wikipedia.
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