WordStream for SEO

WordStream Keyword Management for SEO is a new advanced keyword research tool from WordStream. WordStream for SEO offers you the same capabilities of keyword suggestion as Wordtracker, Keyword Discovery and other similar tools. However, WordStream for SEO does not stop there. On top of keyword suggestion there is also keyword analytics and grouping and integrated content authoring tools. All this can be obtained for the price of $49/month.

So, what do you get for your purchase? Instead of a simple list of static keywords WordStream for SEO provides you with:

Traditional Keyword Research: WordStream offers keyword suggestions that the software pulls from a deep database of search queries.

Personalized Keyword Suggestions: WordStream looks through your own site data to help show you relevant keyword ideas people are already using to find your site.

Keyword Analytics: Forget the vague estimates, WordStream enables you to show accurate visit and goal data for keywords from your own site on an ongoing basis.

Keyword Organization: WordStream has created very sophisticated grouping and organization capabilities. This gives you the ability to segment your keyword list, get content suggestions, analyze strategically and create an SEO-friendly architecture.

I personally think this last feature is what really makes this product unique.

Content Authoring: The WordStream SEO for Firefox feature. WordStream SEO for Firefox is a plugin that you can use alongside blogging platforms such as WordPress, Blogger and Drupal.

I’m pretty sure that I am inherently a bit lazy and I like being able to do everything in one place so this Firefox plug in looks great to me. I simply cannot be bothered to have multiple tabs open or additional software open to go back and forth to analyze and then add keywords. With this plug in I can essentially sign into my WordPress account decide that I want to write about a topic, plug in keywords for that topic and get some great advice for the best keywords and long tail questions to add to my post.

This tool works easily. Just open up WordStream for SEO while you are in Firefox. Open WordPress. When you are going to research a new keyword enter one. In this case the example is for reusable plastic drinking bottles. That is a very broad topic and instead of using that as your keyword you should probably narrow down that to a more targeted topic.

You can click on a topic and will see all the keywords in that group. You can easily see the results as phrases, single words or questions.

The tool is a great one for making your ideas more specific around a topic that can be very general. With the plugin in Firefox you get a running count of how many of the keywords you use within the post as you type it. A great tool.

There’s a lot to explore in WordStream for SEO. You can check out the full toolset yourself by signing up for a free trial.

About WordStream

WordStream is a provider of SEO and PPC solutions for continuously optimizing and expanding search marketing efforts, involving large numbers of search engine keywords. WordStream provides a scalable, private, online keyword workbench—which includes a free keyword tool and an AdWords tool—for conducting keyword discovery, keyword research, keyword grouping, search marketing workflow and for turning research into action.

WordStream believes that an organization’s keywords are a valuable, proprietary asset, and that organizing, prioritizing, coordinating and executing of PPC and SEO efforts around a comprehensive, researched and up-to-date keyword taxonomy is the key to search marketing success. Keyword management improves search marketing productivity and enables greater relevance, which enhances the value of search marketing efforts.

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  1. Samantha Milner April 23, 2010