Hey guys. I wanted to create a video to give you an idea of what’s coming in a
new tool that I’m developing with a partner, Josh Spaulding. You may have heard
of him before. He’s a pretty well-known article marketer and I’ve emailed you
about some of his products in the past that I like.
Well, he sent me an email with an awesome idea for how to analyze keywords for
competitiveness in Google and so I immediately got to work and we started
collaborating to build this tool, KeywordCanine.com with our groovy, little dog
we have there. What this tool does is it takes keyword analysis
and makes it so simple and easy for anyone to do and it does more than just that.
But first, let me demonstrate that aspect of Keyword Canine. Let’s say we want
to see how competitive “used cars in New York City” is. All right? Just throw
that out. It goes through showing you our cool little animation of a sniffing
dog and gathers a bunch of data on those keywords and the sites that are ranking
for them in Google, for your country.
Now keep in mind that Keyword Canine doesn’t only work for the United States.
It’s set up to work for any country supported by Google. So whether you’re
searching Germany or France or any other country that Google supports, it will
show you results for all those countries.
So you see, that was really quick and here we are. It shows immediately. Right
here you can see it has ranked this set of keywords as moderately difficult, 41
out of 100 percent difficulty. It gives us some information about the keywords.
Yes, it’s a local search because it’s for a specific city. One hundred and fifty
million results, 1.2 million quoted, average page rank 3.3. Average page links,
that is the number of links going into the ranking pages, 2000. Average site
links, that is the number of links going into the entire site, 156,000 per
result and the lowest, page links and site links.
It also gives you some advertising data from AdWords, the number of searches
locally meaning in the country to global number of searches per month, the CPC
and the advertiser competition. So then you can scroll down and see the details
for each of the ranking sites and it also highlights authority sites so you can
see just how many authority sites are in the rankings right now, which gives you
a better idea of how difficult it is to rank for the keywords.
So let’s run another set. This time, let’s say we want to search say something
I’ve searched before. Epson Stylus printers, there we go. Let’s run that. Again,
gathers up the data while you watch the cool, little sniffing dog and a few
seconds later, bam, here we go. Again, you’ve got all this data on the value of
these keywords, how difficult they are, the searches, et cetera and all the
details. I’m going to be adding even more advanced features such as anchor text
analysis in here but I wanted to show you the tool as it stands now to give you
an idea of what’s coming because I really want your feedback. I always like to
get an advance of releasing a new product, what you think, what you would like
to see, what you think should be different and that sort of thing.
So that’s the basic competition analysis. Just with a few keywords, you can
easily get data in a snapshot of how difficult it’s going to be to rank for any
set of keywords but that is not the only thing that Keyword Canine does. Let’s
say that you don’t know how difficult it’s going to be to rank for any set of
keywords. You don’t know what you’re looking for. Well, we’ve got a Niche
Discovery Tool. You see, I’ve developed a database of tens of millions of
keywords that Keyword Canine is chomping on right now to find niches that are
right for the picking and it has just started yesterday. I just turned that
portion of the system on yesterday, last night actually, late last night; and it
has already found 416 sets of keywords that have value, that are worth looking
at and you can see a quick snapshot.
The green ones are considered easy or very easy and you can get all the details,
the number of results, quoted results, average page rank, average site links,
lowest site links, the local traffic, the global traffic and the cost per click
in AdWords right at a glance and you can see this one is hard. This one is
moderate but there are a lot of easy ones in here, a lot of easy ones with real
value, with searches and AdWords bids that look healthy for good AdSense income, that kind of thing.
But it’s better than just that. It’s not just a flat list. You can filter that
list to get specific keywords that match criteria that you’re interested in.
Let’s say that we want to look for keywords that have a minimum of 1000 local
searches a month and are easy to rank for. You can hit that filter and there you
go. We got Greensheet, Houston, about 19, 2400 local searches. It looks like
it’s going to be really easy to rank for and you can click on it and get the
details. This is very easy, 10 out of 100, very, very easy to rank for.
So right away, you can build a site to rank for that and start earning some
income off of it, not that I have any idea what a Greensheet is but if you know
what that is or you can build a site on that, well then hey, great. That’s
wonderful. Here we go, dual monitor backgrounds. That has bids. All kinds of
stuff here, Pokemon Natures. Twenty-seven thousand searches a month at $1.29 and it’s easy to rank for. Not a whole lot of competition going on here.