Bruce Clay Releases Two New Tools
The folks at Bruce Clay have announced the release of two new SEO tools. One tool is named the Search Engine Optimization/KSP tool and the other is a toolbar named SEMToolBar. I used the Search Engine Optimization/KSP tool to run a test on the keyword “seo.” It shows me query counts for Google, Yahoo, and […]
I used the Search Engine Optimization/KSP tool to run a test on the keyword “seo.” It shows me query counts for Google, Yahoo, and Live. It also shows the average click-through rate and cost-per-click price and which categories the keyword is in. In addition, it shows demographic data when you mouse over the keyword phrase.
I am not sure where they get the data from; I may have missed that in the blog post.
The other tool is a toolbar that reconfigures the search results pages of Google, Yahoo and Live Search. It shows keyword statistics at the top, and the results are numbered and annotated with PageRank score, backlinks total, site count, last cached date, last date spidered, cached text links, and more. Plus, when you visit a specific web site, much of this data is displayed in the toolbar.