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My Favorite Keyword Tool

Posted in: Keywords by Richard Hearne on August 16, 2007
Internet Marketing Ireland

I’ve written before about the keyword tools I use (you can still get trial access to Keyword Discovery and Wordtracker data for $1 BTW).

But in the last while I’ve been using one primary tool for all my research. I can say hand on heart that of the well known tools I’ve tried this one is hands down the best, not only for functionality, but also for accuracy (only running PPC campaigns beats it IMO).

Wordze 30 days for free

That’s the name of the tool – ‘Wordze’. And the company behind it have a special offer at the moment – 30 days free use.. The offer is only for the next four days, so I’d hurry on over if you’re interested.

Here are a few screen shots:

Wordze Worldrank - check your competition

Wordze demographic breakdowns

Wordze keyword searches

I can very honestly recommend this tool to anyone who does keyword research. It really is top notch. (BTW – the link contains an affiliate code as the 30 day offer isn’t available any other way.).

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  1. I have used Wordtracket and Keyword Country in the past. This looks like a good competitor, I will have to check them out.


    Comment by BeachBum — August 16, 2007 @ 10:59 am

  2. I might have to check this out – I’m presuming since you’re based in Ireland that it handles UK and European search data well? Most keyphrase data tools don’t really cater to the UK market.

    Comment by Tom — August 16, 2007 @ 11:41 am

  3. Hi Tom

    The one issue is that he doesn’t report his sources. But this is the same industry wide. I know he gets the info from a number of sources, primarily ISPs.

    You cannot filter by country level databases like in Wordtracker or KD, but then again the last time I looked the UK WT database was crap anyway. But it does give you demographic data about the searches using it’s Worldrank tool.

    Apart from some very spurious results (also to be found in all the tools) I’ve found the data to be very good.

    But geo-targeted data has always been an issue. The tool is from the US so don’t expect knock-out data for the UK. But I presume the trial will let you check it out (presume because I actually don’t know what’s involved in the trial sign-up – I’ve been a member for yonks now).

    Hope all is well in the reputation monitoring business? I think a few things have changed since I last visited?
    Thanks for dropping by and commenting.

    Comment by Richard Hearne — August 16, 2007 @ 11:50 am

  4. [...] Hearne, from Red Cardinal, this morning posted about his favourite keyword tool. The tool in question is Wordze and is available for free public consumption for the next 30 [...]

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  5. I’m using google keyword tool and wordtracker. But since this is a new keyword tool and 30 days for free, I might have check this out. And have a time to check if it is the best. Richard, Thanks for Sharing it.

    Comment by Rafael — August 22, 2007 @ 8:51 am

  6. Thanks for a great pointer!

    Too bad I didn’t have the time to read my feeds for almost a week and missed the free 30-day offer.

    Comment by Gleb — August 24, 2007 @ 11:20 am

  7. I got in just in time for the free trial, great tip as it has been great value ;), still not sure if I am going to continue to use it once the trial runs out, but I still have some time to make my mind up!

    Comment by Marc Levy — August 31, 2007 @ 6:16 pm

  8. A great share… a pity that I missed it. Thank anyway, I’ll try to be faster next time :)

    Comment by Rado — September 1, 2007 @ 10:34 am

  9. @Marc – if you do a lot of keyword work then I think it’s a great tool to have. Nice site you have BTW, looks really nice.

    @Rado – if you subscribe to my feed you wont miss it the next time. You’re based in Dublin?

    Comment by Richard Hearne — September 1, 2007 @ 2:48 pm

  10. Marc: No, not any more. I had spent 2 years in Dublin but then I returned to Slovakia. And actually, I will subscribe to your feed…

    Comment by Rado — September 2, 2007 @ 6:33 am

  11. It’s Richard actually.

    Happy to hear you’re on the feed now.

    Comment by Richard Hearne — September 2, 2007 @ 10:15 am

  12. I got referred to this blog by Gavin from IrelandSEOMarketing, and am really glad he did.

    Look forward to more posts, Richard!

    Comment by Gleb — September 2, 2007 @ 11:10 am

  13. Hey Gleb – welcome to my small piece of the Interweb.

    Gavin’s a great guy – good craic, and he’s busy actually doing what the rest of us probably spend too much time talking about – making money online.

    Best rgds

    Comment by Richard Hearne — September 2, 2007 @ 4:24 pm

  14. Sorry Richard :)

    btw, any suggestion about a good RSS reader (some desktop application)?

    Comment by Rado — September 3, 2007 @ 9:31 am

  15. To anyone who missed this previously…

    New and very limited offer for sign-ups:

    For the next 2 days ONLY at 10 minutes till 6pm EST USA, the Wordze signup page will malfunction and give away monthly memberships to Wordze for only $25 dollars a month!

    Great tool which I personally use.

    Comment by Richard Hearne — October 17, 2007 @ 7:48 am

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  17. This is a great find! I’m looking forward to try it out against other keyword tools on the net. But this looks very promising.

    Comment by internetrichsolutions — July 18, 2008 @ 6:24 am

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