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2 Free Review Copies - Bot That Checks the Viability of Your Keywords/Phrases

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by crazyflx, Jan 11, 2010.

  1. crazyflx

    crazyflx Elite Member

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    I'm giving this software away for free to 2 members only. Must be at least Jr. VIP's (or have a post count over 80) and they must write a simple review of the software after using it. I have 2 copies to give away IMMEDIATELY. When I sell it, all buyers will get full re-sale rights!!! (that means that you can either package it with your current products, sell it as a stand alone software or even give it away as a freebie to "persuade" people to join your mailing list!!) Depending on the price, I may also limit the number of buyers who get this software.

    That said, I'd like a price suggestion from the 2 people that get to review this software for free.

    Here is what it does (and there is a video below description to show you):

    Do you have a list of keywords/phrases and have no idea what to do with them? I'm sure you do, and I'm sure you've run them through Google's External Keyword Tool to check search volume. The thing is, any good internet marketer knows that those results are distorted to say the least.

    So whats a decent way to check the actual viability of keyword or phrase?
    Simply do a search on google for it, see if it has an article about it posted on Ezine Articles, go to that article and check two VERY IMPORTANT bits of info that most people don't even know about:

    Article Submit Date and Article View Count

    Now you'll have a REAL WORLD viewpoint and example of just how many people are searching that keyword/phrase and are actually CLICKING THROUGH to the result that you'd be supplying them with.

    SO WHAT DOES THIS BOT DO EXACTLY YOU ASK?

    Well, you simply supply it with a .TXT file that contains all your keywords/long tail keyword phrases and hit start...then minimize it and walk away!

    When it's finished, it will output a file that contains the following:

    Your Keyword : The Article Title at Ezine (if there is one) : Article Submit Date : Article View Count

    If there is no article on Ezine for your search phrase, it will simply say "no ezine article in the first 100 search results for this keyword phrase"

    This Bot is Great for Article Marketers, but is a Great Tool for Any Facet of Internet Marketing.

    Here is the video (it is best viewed in full screen in HD at YouTube so you can read what is written on the screen):

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9NbApEm_M1M
     
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    glovek77 Power Member

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    I'll take a review copy please.
     
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    I'd like to try this out as well.
     
  4. crazyflx

    crazyflx Elite Member

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    I have PM'd each of you the download link. I'll still provide one more review copy to a Jr. VIP only. Thanks guys!
     
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    I just had somebody PM me what is quoted below, and figured it'd be best to share my answer with everybody here (as it may be one that is on the tip of other peoples tongues)

    That just means that your keywords aren't turning up any ezine articles in the first 100 results of google.

    That usually happens when you aren't searching long-tail keywords (long tail keywords are really the only kinds of keywords that make article marketing beneficial). For instance:

    anti-virus software - That search won't turn up any ezine articles because it is just too broad. Nobody is going to be searching that phrase and then buying something anyway. But this:

    the best anti-virus software - That search DOES turn up an article that has been submitted to ezine articles.

    In other words, if you only have a list of keywords that are 1 or 2 words long, this software isn't going to do much for you.

    If however, you have a long list of long-tail keywords and you're trying to decipher which ones are profitable and which ones aren't (by seeing how many people are actually clicking through to submitted articles), this is a VERY useful bit of software.

    I never go into a campaign before looking up my long-tail keywords on google to see just how many people search that term AND read the results (like the ones turned up at ezine). This software is simply a quick and easy way to check the viability of your long-tail keywords.
     
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    july23 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    wanna take a review aswell
     
  7. crazyflx

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    PM'd you
     
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    i'll take one too if you're feeling generous :D
     
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    Thank you, crazyflx, for giving me the opportunity to test your software. Here's my experience and review...

    I tested the program with a list of 150 keywords. Of these, 115 had a corresponding ezine article ranked in Google. The program took 34 minutes to run for my keyword list, which is entirely reasonable, given the number of queries required to get the data. About halfway through, the program threw an ArgumentOutOfRangeException (screen shot below), but this looks to be an issue with UBot. The same exception was thrown two more times before finishing the queries. I just pressed "OK" each time, and the software kept going. :)

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    This tool is going to be a huge time saver for an upcoming SEO project of mine, so I have to say, I'm impressed with it. The only thing that it doesn't do which I think would be a nice feature is if it calculated the average number of views per day for each article. If this can't be worked in (or you just don't want to add it), I wouldn't consider it a big deal because the calculations can be done by the end user in Excel.

    In terms of what price to charge, I'm not really sure. It's a simple program that does one thing well, so I think it could be sold for $10-$20 in the "normal" world. However, in the "marketing" world, I'm sure that there are people who would pay $100 (or "$97", lol) for it, especially if you're planning on giving away full resale rights with it. How high you set the price might also depend on how many people you want using this program (that is, if you don't want to set a limit on the number of copies sold). Like I said, I'm not sure what you should charge, but I personally would pay $30-$50 for this incredibly useful software.
     
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  10. crazyflx

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    Thanks for the well thought out and written review, I appreciate it! As for this:

    I actually thought of that, and then didn't end up putting it in. What I'll do is actually just have it export the data to the delimited text file ALONG WITH the formula to calculate that. It would be something like this (this is off the top of my head, but it's pretty close if not correct):

    =days360(A1,B1) <- that figures out the number of days between date 1 and date 2 (date 2 being todays date and date 1 being the article submit date)

    And then =sum(c1/d1) <- C1 being the number of article views and D1 being the total number of days as calculated with the formula above.

    It'll look funny in the .TXT file, but when you open it up in excel it would all come out right.
     
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