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Best way to present Keyword Research to offline SEO Clients?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by g111k, Jun 1, 2010.

  1. g111k

    g111k Regular Member

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    I'm looking for a more presentable / professional way to provide my clients with SEO keyword research...

    So far I can only extract data into ugly .csv files using softwares like Market Samurai or IBP... which looks rather cheap and unprofessional.

    What kind of software allows you to extract results into a .pdf or something with a pretty header and nicely formatted research statistics.. maybe with some graphs... percentages... whatever other eye candy???

    I know I can customize it myself, but I'm looking for some at least semi-automated way to speed this up?

    Thanks to all who respond
     
  2. ultimategamechain

    ultimategamechain Power Member

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    I can only think of MS powerpoint.:p
     
  3. g111k

    g111k Regular Member

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    bump bump... anybody?
     
  4. drkenneth

    drkenneth Executive VIP

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    Microsoft Excel can read in .csv files as long as they're properly formed. From there you can do calculations, create graphs, etc. Also, I am pretty sure you can save straight from there to PDF.
     
  5. len2503

    len2503 Junior Member

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    IMHO - I have found the professional edition of IBP pushes all the right buttons.
    Export to MS Word, add your logo and you're good to run

    len2503
     
  6. kboxer7

    kboxer7 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    IBP is a little expensive for the NEWBS....any chance of a free download on BHW? If not, try seolinkwheelers DOTCOM. Enter the website, then click on Email full report. The results are free and you can use them to create your own graphs, etc. in Word or whatever you would like. Just a thought.

    *Please note I have ZERO affiliation with this site.
     
  7. mandom

    mandom Regular Member

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    I have an excel spreadsheet set up with the tables and graphs pre-formatted. I just drop in the keywords and stats to make it pretty and then copy/paste into a word template as part of their complete SEO report.
     
  8. philionaire

    philionaire Regular Member

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    Try using the search box for IBP. Ive put links in for other people, but tired of doing it now.

    I feel like people want the stuff installed for them as well and shown how to use it...

    Just search!
     
  9. andyh2

    andyh2 Junior Member

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    I'd use Excel, or if you have a mac, Numbers does a good job at making spreadsheets look pretty.
     
  10. Ajamish

    Ajamish Junior Member

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    If not excel then microsoft PP comes to the mind
     
  11. TrafficTiger

    TrafficTiger Newbie

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    And if you don't already have MS Office, OpenOffice is free and will also do the job, including creating the PDFs.

    TT
     
  12. sherbert

    sherbert Registered Member

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    Use 'Pages' if you have a mac, so easy to drop in screen grabs etc.