Trying out the Keyword tool is still free!

Posted by Wordtracker on 13 Oct, 2010
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Why not give the Wordtracker Keyword tool a test run?

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Updated for 2019

You’ll notice we’ve been busy making changes to our tool, with the addition of new features and new datasets, as well as an updated Inspect tool.  And we have plenty more to come!

One thing that hasn’t changed is that you can still try out the Keyword tool for free.

If you go to wordtracker.com, you’ll be able to run a limited number of searches for free, just to give you a feel of things.

The best way to have a really good look, however, is to sign up for our free 7-day trial.  It’s a no-obligation trial - if you decide it’s not for you, just cancel within the trial period and that’s it. We’ll call it a day and say thank you for giving us a go.

However, we hope the fantastic data (Google, Amazon, YouTube and eBay), competition metrics, easy to use interface and additional features such as Inspect (see what your competitors are doing) will be enough to make you want to stay.

There are no limitations on searching in the trial and you get access to all features apart from bulk search and export.  If you like what you see and want to dive straight in, it’s easy to upgrade to a full paid service from within the tool.

Signing up for a free Wordtracker account you'll also have the opportunity to subscribe to our Keyword Expert newsletter, which many of our experienced SEO customers find useful. Of course, there's also the Wordtracker Academy which contains dozens of helpful articles and guides on SEO and marketing related topics.

You can contact us at any time if you have questions, either by emailing us at support@wordtracker.com or by using our live chat (UK office hours, or leave us a message).

Good luck with your Wordtracker research!

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