FREE eBook

There is a Perfect Storm raging online right now that you should take advantage of!

Sign up for our FREE eBook and learn how to generate massive traffic and unprecedented search engine results with Internet Video.

It could change your financial destiny forever!

First Name:

Last Name:

Email Address:

We Respect your Privacy


"Within just 12 hours of launching registration for my fall dance classes, 71 students have signed up! Boo-yah! That's $11,102 in less than 12 hours -- all generated 100% online!"

~Shawn Byfield

Bert Ingley was tired of feeling like his career was controlled by other people... so he started an Internet business he was passionate about!

Now Bert works less than 14 hours per week... yet he made over $187,000 in online sales last year teaching people how to play video games!

>View More Testimonials

Wordtracker: The #1 Keyword Search Tool

Find the best keywords for your website.

Amateurs guess.
Professionals know.
With Wordtracker you'll know which are the best keywords to drive more traffic to your sites.


What Can Wordtracker Do For My Website?

We compile a database of terms that people search for. You enter some keywords, and we tell you how often people search for them, and also tell you how many competing sites use those keywords.

Wordtracker helps you find all keyword combinations that bear any relation to your business, service or product - many of which you might never have considered.

[screenshot] Select relevent keywords and get variations on them.

You'll find out how popular these keywords really are.

[screenshot] Keywords with their popularity count.

Then for each major search engine, directory, and pay-per-click service we'll show you how many other sites will be competing with you.

[screenshot] Keywords with their popularity and competition statistics for various search engines, directories and pay per bid engines.

These are the three main tools within Wordtracker.

Next we will show you how these tools are used in practice...

Use Wordtracker To Brainstorm

You now have a general idea of what Wordtracker does. So let's show you an example of how to get started.

Begin with your own keyword list — you need at least one keyword, or keyword phrase, though most users begin with a few dozen terms. Let's say you start with nothing more than the term golf.

[screenshot] The textbox for entering your initial keyword.

Ask Wordtracker to suggest similar and related keywords, and it will use your term to search two major search engines, then visit similar sites to pull a total of 300 keywords from those sites' meta tags. You started with golf, and Wordtracker now suggests pga, clubs, putter, tips, and hundreds of other golf-related terms.

[screenshot] List of keywords related to your initial keyword.

At this stage, you don't know if people actually search using this term?

Discover What People Are Actually Searching For

Wordtracker uses its database of over 300 million searches from and over the last 90 days to find the popularity of the term you picked.

 [screenshot] List of putter-related keywords with popularity statistics.



So we can look at this information and see that the term putters has been typed into the search engines 214 times over the last 90 days.

When Wordtracker searches its databases for you, it will find some terms that are useful to you and others that are not. In some cases most of the terms it returns are terms you are interested in. In other cases only a few are. You now have to select which words are most appropriate.

Cherry-pick Keywords with High Popularity and Low Competition

Wordtracker allows you to assess the value of the keywords you have selected in the leading search engines, directories, and pay-per-click services.

Find the balance between the total number of competing Web pages for each search engine and the popularity of the search term. Then attack the niches!

[screenshot] Keywords with their popularity and competition statistics for various search engines, directories and pay per bid engines.

So in Google our putter-related keywords have the following competition:

[screenshot] Putter-related keywords with popularity and competition statistics.

We could target our original term putters, which has 1,690,000 Web pages in Google competing for 36 searches every 24 hours. However as we can see from the results above there are far better terms to target.

Take golf putter choice. This has 18 searches every 24 hours but ONLY 33 competing web pages in Google. Custom putter has 45 searches every 24 hours and only 2,640 competing web pages!

There are literally hundreds of these niche phrases you could target. This tool is available for all of the top search engines.

Manage Your Keyword Projects

Wordtracker lets you organize your search engine marketing campaigns into different keyword projects.

[screenshot] The keyword project management page displaying multiple stored and one current project.

With these you can:

  • Keep up to seven different keyword lists at any time
  • Assign a name to each project
  • Select the project you want to work with currently
  • Empty the keyword list
  • Import keywords into the list
  • Export keywords from the list

For each project, Wordtracker provides you with all the information you have used to build your current campaign. This can be seen in the screenshot below:

[screenshot] The 'view all' page with overview statistics for the selected project and links to more detailed information.

Click here to get started with Wordracker today!


Designed by Systems, Inc.                                                                              ©2008 All Rights Reserved.