Rand on Keyword Research Data

by Gary on September 20, 2007 · 1 comment

in Keyword Research

It is not often that I link to other posts, but today I cannot seem to help myself.

Rand has written “An Exhaustive List of Search Engine Based Keyword Research Data“, and fairly exhaustive it is. I read quite a few blogs on a daily basis and there very few post that have me searching for the print icon, this is one of them.

Keyword research is a subject close to my heart at the moment. Yesterday, along with two colleagues, I gave a presentation called “How to make search engines love your site” to an audience of Chartered Institute of Marketing members. I believe just over 60 people attended, each having paid a reasonable, fee the pressure was on. No guessing what my main subject was… yep, keyword research. If only I had read Rand’s post first.

I have been toying with signing up for the SEOmoz premium content, this finally convinced me that I should and I am now approx $400 lighter, but the content and tools are more than worth it.

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Marc Levy September 20, 2007 at 7:49 pm

I actually read this post a few days ago, it most certainly is a heavy one, but well worth it!

Sorry to post out again, but I just cant help it, as Rand also released a great post today on ‘What Makes a Good Web Directory, and Why Google Penalized Dozens of Bad Ones’ – another great read.

See it here: http://www.seomoz.org/blog/what-makes-a-good-web-directory-and-why-google-penalized-dozens-of-bad-ones