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NicheBot - Keyword Research and rank Checking

I recently came across a very useful tool for SEO. Primarily, NicheBot (http://www.nichebot.com) is a keyword identification tool that uses the WordTracker system on the back end. It's very simple: you enter a search phrase and it will display some information about the volume of searches for that phrase and for a number of other phrases. If you search for a two word phrase, NicheBot will also display 3 and 4 word phrases that contain those words. And by clicking on each of those phrases, you can drill down even further. This can be a great (and quick) way to research keywords for both pay-per-click and SEO.

NicheBot also has a Google rank checker tool that is just as quick and easy to use. Just enter a list of keyword phrases, enter the domain you want to check, choose the number of search results to check, and you are done. And you can even bookmark the results for future checking.

Finally, the NicheBot toolbar makes it easy to do both of the above from any web page, and includes the ability to highlight a phrase on any web page, then right-click to use NicheBot to do some immediate keyword research on that phrase.

I use other tools for large scale keyword research and rank checking, I have been using NicheBot the past few weeks for doing quick rank checking and premilinary keyword research, and it works great.

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Really nice tool. Danke.

Curt:

Mark,

This a great tool.... I'm just curious, why did my last comment get taken down.

Curt

Curt:

Do you happen to know of a tool like this for yahoo or msn?

Thanks.

Curt,

I don't recall what what previous comment was, but perhaps I mistook it for blog spam -- there are a lot of spammers out there posting comments just to post their URLs.

I don't know of something quite like this for Yahoo! or MSN, but I do know Jim, one of the founders of NicheBot. I will ask him if it is doable.

Curt:

Mark,

Take a look at this site http://www.searchenginegenie.com/seo-tools.htm. It has a position checker for google,yahoo, and msn but Nichebot is alot more user friendly. Maybe Jim could do something similar. I tried to leave my url but I've been blacklist.

Thanks,
Curt

I have posted a Nichebot tutorial at:

http://www.feedbuzzard.com/index.php?p=55


:wink:

This is a really nice tool. Glad I found this. Many thanks.

Take a look at this site http://www.searchenginegenie.com/seo-tools.htm. It has a position checker for google,yahoo, and msn but Nichebot is alot more user friendly. Maybe Jim could do something similar. I tried to leave my url but I've been blacklist.

Ofcourse we can do a better tool that nichebot.com , but we dont want to trouble google too much with automated multiple keyword queries which dont add any value to them, We are afraid google will be against us, Already google warned googlerankings.com for using doing excessive automated queries we dont want to get into any sort of trouble with google,

We respect google they provide us business,

We have multiple query tool for our personal use, We will be using it for inhouse reporting and it wont be published on our site,

thanks,
Madhan
www.searchenginegenie.com

For your keyword research try using KeywordSpy.com - a keyword research technology that will help you know what keywords your competitors are using and how it generates money for them, you can use those keywords to drive traffic to your site and give your business the exposure it needs. It offers Free trials.- http://www.keywordspy.com/

I found this great adwords tool KeywordSpy.com . I'm using it and it has really improved my profits. It offers Free trials.- http://www.keywordspy.com/

Nichebot is a pretty useful tool, although there are limitations to a tool like this. For these reasons we developed a simple tool for in-house use which is now offered on our website. Thought your readers would be interested in trying it out and providing us with some feedback about the experience.

http://www.visible.net/tools/keywords/

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