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  1. #1
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    I've found a nice kw research program: KeywordAnalyzer

    It has the same price than AdWordAnalyzer but many more features, like Deep digging of keywords, you can specify how many levels you want it to dig. With this technique you can find thousands of related keywords.
    It also has a "Related terms" search -words that are somehow related to your master keyword - searched using Google, and lots of other useful features.

    I reviewed it [SPAM Removed]

    Link to program - www.keywordsanalyzer.com

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    Its not new. its been out Months and months and its a cheap knock off of adword anaylzer..

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    Hi,

    Just followed a backlink to this forum - it's Chris here
    of Keywords Analyzer - and I do so love a challenge.

    I literally just joined to respond to LastHope's sentiments - and I don't know the protocol and most definitely do not want to be accused of spamming.

    So all I'll say is this: Ver 2.062 has loads of features and tools not even considered by its competitors - so calling it a "knockoff" is just plain wrong. But if that's the perception, then clearly I have some work to do!

    I'll elaborate if someone more senior invites me to - but I think I've said enough.

    If you'd like to discuss it in private, I included my email address with my registration and, well you know where to find me.

    Have a great day.

    Chris

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    IP check Haiko???

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR> Just followed a backlink to this forum <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    There's a link to KeywordsAnalyzer somewhere on this forum? Strange you only followed it once this thread came up, since there *isn't* one in this thread... Bali's link goes to his own site.
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    &gt;Bali's link goes to his own site.

    Bali has edited his post. Originally the link went to the KeywordsAnalyzer site via a shareit aff link which is where the referral may have come from.

    Woz

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    Exactly what is a "kewyrod" anyway? Sounds like a vegetable, or a fruit? Or a hybrid???

    LOL.
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    Oh. I saw the "edited" line, but didn't know what was edited.

    Thanks, Woz.
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    JJJay,

    It's kosher.
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    I have a question: is it ok to post a link to a review (without an aff link), or is it considered spam?

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    It's considered spam if you have some sort of financial gain, or you're just interested in driving traffic to a site. Of couse, we always like to *share* good and bad information.

    "Keywrod" reasearch - well, why not? Isn't being #1 in Google for "keywrod" better than #100,000 for "keyword"?
    Innovative advertising with Slimeware Corporation and Telephore. Mail-order fuel with Petrol Direct.

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    Chris,

    Does 'Keywords Analyzer' export the keywords as a CSV or Text delimited file?

    "Search in as many as 13 different languages."...does 'KA' translate the English version into the other language and then find the results? If 'KA' exports the data can it export the list with the alternate languages on the same row of the data?

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    KA does not translate - you set your datacentres up accordingly in options,
    say Overture.fr and then interrogate accordingly, like "voiture" on advanced
    search returns a list of your French keywords.

    It won't alternate between languages - the entire search will be in one language -
    you set it up in advanced, French, Spanish, German, Japanese....or whatever language
    is supported.

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    "It's considered spam if you have some sort of financial gain, or you're just interested in driving traffic to a site."

    That's what he's doing in this thread and the other thread. The link in the post above this one has another shareit affiliate id.

    edit: Looks like Bali just removed it. How many threads are you going to start trying to drop your affiliate IDs? Why don't you stop spamming the board?

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