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Lucy Griffiths

Wordtracker Launches New Keyword Tool – Questions are the Answer!

11th Nov 2008 SEO, SEO, SEO Resources Less than a minute to read

Those kind people at Wordtracker have just released a free service “Keyword Questions“.

We’ve used a combination of our keyword research and various software applications in the past to uncover the questions that searchers ask online. Why? Answering questions in the form of an article or blog post is a great way to give your site a boost in terms of increased visitor numbers. The search engines love to see fresh content that helps searchers to find the information they went online to research.

Wordtracker have done us all a favour by making this research available to all. Below is a screenshot from a question I asked about questions!

Wordtracker Keyword Questions

Wordtracker Keyword Questions

The data is from the US database so not perfect for UK online marketers but should still be a useful resource.

Thank you Wordtracker!

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