Digital Entrepeneurs' first look at the new Wordtracker Keywords Tool

Posted by Julie McNamee on 3 Jun, 2013
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Digital Entrepeneurs get a look at Wordtracker's new home page.

The work continues apace on Wordtracker's new look Keywords Tool, and founder Mike Mindel has been giving a sneak preview to attendees at a London Digital Entrepeneurs dinner.

Mike Mindel at Digital Entrepeneurs image
Mike Mindel proudly shows off the new Wordtracker home page

As you may have heard, Wordtracker's changing. Here's what Mike told the attendees:

  • We're introducing a new data source. We'll have 10 times the number of searches: that's 3 billion and counting and will include more geographical search terms.
  • We're releasing the new Scout browser extension for Chrome that's going to help reveal the high-performing keywords from any given web page.
  • Last but not least, we're giving the Wordtracker website a slick new look.

The new home page

The new home page will actually be a functioning keyword research tool. As we mentioned in Wordtracker: Dawn of a new era, here's how it works. Search for coffee:

Coffee search bar

And these are the results you're presented with:

Coffee search results - new Wordtracker data

The Digital Entrepreneurs were enthusiastic about the new home page, and we hope you will be to. Here's how you'll benefit:

  • You'll have the most reliable keyword analysis tool in the world.
  • You'll save time and opportunities will open up to you.
  • You'll generate higher levels of targeted traffic and visitors that convert.

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