Data JEO is a new advanced Market Research platform to research insider data taken from different (paid) sources and brought together in a super easy to use central dashboard. It allows you to get “Big Data” about your competitor’s products, advertising campaigns, traffic sources and customer data. All essential data to find your ideal customer and use in your own marketing campaigns. It also comes with a built-in tracking module to manage and split test your marketing campaigns.
Long Tail Pro v3 is a keyword research and competitor analysis desktop tool (Adobe Air) that helps you to find the best keywords to rank for with low competition. Also included in the software are an Integrated Keyword Rank Checker and a Exact Match Domain Checker.
Niche Genetics is a web based keyword research tool that automates the process of finding all the proper keywords to rank for on Google’s Search Engine. It combines all kind of resources and shows everything you need to know. Read the “5 steps to Niche Domination PDF” (link inside) and discover how this tool can help you boost your rankings and destroy your competitors. Probably the best Keyword Tool on the market, must see!
SEO Commander 2.0 is a keyword research tool (Windows Desktop) that automates the process of finding long-tail keywords by scraping (harvesting) the “suggestions keywords” of 15 major search engine (Google, Bing, Yahoo, YouTube, Amazon and more). It also includes 2 extra tools: Rank Tracker to monitor your search engine rankings in the 3 major search engines and Social Tracker to track your social metrics on the major social platforms.
KeywordTapp is a web-based application for finding (long-tail) keywords by scraping and drilling down into the autocomplete database of every major search engine (Google, Bing, Yahoo, YouTube, Amazon, and eBay). It also has a custom search function for the ClickBank and Amazon Marketplace databases to easily find products to promote.
Keyword Ignition is a keyword research tool that automates the process of finding long-tail keywords by scraping (harvesting) the “autocomplete database” of every major search engine (Google, Bing, Yahoo, YouTube and Amazon).