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Stephen Logan

Optimise Your Blog Posts with Wordtracker’s SEO Blogger Tool

29th Jun 2009 SEO Blog Less than a minute to read

If you have a business blog, whether it serves independently or as part of a main website, you want to be ensuring that your posts are reaching out to the largest possible audience. Keywords provide a vital part of improving visibility on search engines, as such it is essential that you are targeting the optimum terms for your site.

Wordtracker provide an extremely useful service, allowing you to type in words and phrases before providing statistical data on the most popular examples relating to your search. Obviously if you’re in the middle of writing an engaging blog post you probably don’t want to be jumping between sites too often, so they’ve now come up with an incredibly helpful tool called SEO Blogger.
Wordtracker SEO Blogger

Providing a condensed version of the full Wordtracker analysis, SEO Blogger will allow you to compare and contrast keywords on demand. It’ll even add them straight into your copy, giving you an optimised post without any of the hassle.

If you’re interested in boosting your site’s online visibility and producing articles that get noticed, take a look at SEO Blogger from Wordtracker.

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