WordTracker is Offering a Free 7-Days Trial

By Daniel Scocco

If you always wanted to know what those professional keyword research tools have to to offer, now is the time. The guys from WordTracker emailed me today to let me know that they are offering a 7-days free trial to the complete version of their service.

Do I think that everyone should be doing keyword research? Absolutely. Here is an example of why it is useful. Suppose your blog is about golf (the sport). After a while you will be looking for ideas to write about. What if you could start that brainstorming process by actually taking a look at what people are searching for inside your niche? With a keyword research tool, you would get a pretty long list of highly search keywords for whatever topic or niche you want. Below you will find an example when I researched for “golf.”

wordtracker keyword research

Now there are also good and free keyword research tools out there that would give you this information, so you need to evaluate by yourself if you need a professional solution or not.

A paid keyword research service like WordTracker is useful if you are trying to or already making money from your website. Apart from giving the keyword research volumes, it comes with several tools to measure the competitiveness of each keyword.

WordTracker, for example, lets you evaluate the competition level on different search engines, and it will present you with a table that displays the Keyword Effectiveness Index (KEI), which is basically a comparison between the number of people searching for this keyword and the number of websites competing for it, and some other numbers.

keyword competition

After you manage to find some keywords with a high Keyword Effectiveness Index, all you need to do is to write a structured page or article on that topic, optimize it for search engines, and if you end up showing in the first page of Google you will see a flood of traffic coming in. It takes time and effort, but if you can get some guidance and structure the process it is much easier.

So test it for yourself and see if it would be worth your money. It costs $59 monthly, but with this 7-days you won’t be charged anything, and if you cancel before the 7 days end you won’t be charged at all.

I am an affiliate for WordTracker, so if you end up using the service I will earn a commission. I am promoting them because it is a service I actually use though, and I think it would be useful for many bloggers and webmasters also. If you want to give it a try, here is the link for the 7-days free trial. There is also a free eBook and some videos on how to use keyword research on the offer as well, so check it out.



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20 Responses to “WordTracker is Offering a Free 7-Days Trial”

  • medyum

    Sorry the two posts but how do i get the free keyword trial if i do not have a card applicable to the process. I do not own a Visa, or any of the other cards they accept, i do not want to buy it and would only like a free 7 day trial first.

  • Peter Szabo

    Thanks for this – I will take a look at WordTracker to see what it can do for me. Great site by the way.

  • Ken T

    I think you hit the nail on the head when you suggest using a keyword research tool to brainstorm ideas. When I first started using Wordtracker I was, well amazed and astounded are probably too strong. What’s a better word? Enlightened? It revealed things I never imagined people would type into a search engine. I’m a paid subscriber to Wordtracker so I don’t know about this next thing for sure. But isn’t the trial version significantly limited in the number of results it returns for each query? I’ve found my paid subscription to be extremely useful. But I wonder how useful a limited trial would be to those who are looking to it for quick free results rather than what it really is; a dangling carrot. Don’t get me wrong, I’d highly recommend everyone check it out. But if the trial actually is limited, I’d suggest keeping expectations in check and realize a trial is, as you say, an evaluation “to see if it would be worth your money.”

  • Daniel Scocco

    @Luciano, yes there is, I will try to cover it in the future.

    It is really simple though, just google the keyword inside quotation marks 🙂 .

    The usefulness of a paid service is that they do that for thousands of keywords, and present all the results grouped together.

    It is like a email autoresponders. Could you do what they do manually? Sure. But it would take a lot of time.

  • Luciano Passuello

    Hi Daniel,
    Is there a way to manually estimate the competitiveness of a keyword (without using paid services)?
    Of course, the paid services give you the convenience, but I wonder if that would be possible, even if less convenient… That would give a good blog post for your blog, too…

  • Daniel Scocco

    @Dave, I explained that in the post :). The advantage of paid services is that they go over the mere seach volumes. They actually will query several search engines to report how competitive a keyword is.

    Knowing that “milk” is searched 3000 times a day does not mean you should try to target that word right? It depends on how competitive it is.

  • Dave

    That’s nice they offer a free 7 day trial but I am sure once you like the service it will not be free forever. Why pay a fee when you can use SEOBook’s free tool and it seems to render the same type of results?

    http://tools.seobook.com/keyword-tools/seobook/

  • Joanna

    Thanks for this – I will take a look at WordTracker to see what it can do for me. Great site by the way.

  • Daniel Scocco

    @TeamRay, that is another keyword research tool, but I never heard of it before.

    Honestly the leading players on this segment are WordTracker, KeywordDiscovery.com and WordZe.com.

  • team ray

    http://www.keycompete.com/home.asp

  • Zane

    I’m actually just getting into SEO, this looks like it could be pretty useful.

    http://pixblix.com

  • Daniel Scocco

    @SEO Genius, yep it is related. You will like it.

  • SEO Genius

    Thanks Dan, my mistake i meant that anyways.

    Keep up the good work, by the way nice to see you have a degree relating to what i will be starting to study this year at university. I am doing Chinese International Business so it is somewhat related.

  • Daniel Scocco

    @SEO Genius, this is not a software it is a web tool actually, so you use it online.

    A good free alternative is the SEOBook keyword tool:
    http://tools.seobook.com/keyword-tools/seobook/

  • SEO Genius

    Thanks Dan yeah thats definitely an issue, i have my debit card however they do not accept this. Thank you for forwarding the suggestion using paypal would be a great idea and would most assumabley boost sales.

    I shall have to do with out the software then, have you got any other recommended software like this?

  • Daniel Scocco

    @SEO Genius, this is an issue. I think you need a credit card, even it they wont charge.

    I am not sure why they don’t accept Paypal, but I will forward them this suggestion.

  • SEO Genius

    Sorry the two posts but how do i get the free keyword trial if i do not have a card applicable to the process. I do not own a Visa, or any of the other cards they accept, i do not want to buy it and would only like a free 7 day trial first.

    Any help would be great Dan.

  • Daniel Scocco

    @Team ray, what is key compete?

  • SEO Genius

    Thanks mate, going to go download it i have used there demo version before through free keyword tracker however never used this one.

  • team ray

    how does this compare to key compete?

    i hear both mention

    but i mostly hear about key compete

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