Take a sneak peek at the new Keyword Tool

Posted by Owen Powis on 1 May, 2014
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The Keyword Tool you have been waiting for has arrived.

Learning how to use something new can be a painful experience, especially if you’re perfectly happy with how things already are. That’s why our new keyword tool works in very much the same way as the old one - but under the hood things are a little different…

Here at Wordtracker we are very pleased to let you know that we have redeveloped our old keyword tool, bringing it up to date in both form and function. Throughout this process we have kept in mind that a keyword tool needs to do one thing to work well - give quick access to keyword data. It’s on this premise that we have redesigned our keyword tool based on the design and layout that we know works from our original tool.

 

Using the tool…

You can now utilize new technology and services that simply weren't around when the old version was created. Meaning a faster, more flexible and much more stable keyword tool. This allows your data to be accessed more quickly and manipulated a lot more easily.

As for results…

Results are now returned at lightning speed, whatever source you choose. The Related tool now brings back better quality results. You can now easily use and apply filters to your data, which are updated instantly as soon as you hit apply.

A ‘my account’ area has now been introduced to make it easier than ever to manage your subscription. You can now upgrade or downgrade your account in a couple of easy clicks with no fuss. You’ll also be able to view invoices, and of course manage your payment information.

So how do I get it?

If you are a current Keywords Tool subscriber, your account details will be migrated to the new tool in the near future. We will let you know when this has happened and at that point you will be able to log into and use the new version.

If you don’t have an account with us, but want to use the new tool then all you need to do is sign up and get started.

We will of course be taking feedback on the new version of the tool and be really interested in hearing from you. So if you have a chance, please do get in touch and let us know what you think.

Lastly, just in case you’re not ready to jump in quite yet, here are some more images from the new tool in action:

Your first view:

 

Filters in action:

 

Keyword results:

 

Projects:

 

Saved Keyword list:

 

Account management - basic details:

 

Account management - billing details:

 

Account management - subscription details:

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