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RAGE SEKeyword 1.1 monitors competition

updated 12:40 pm EST, Mon March 3, 2008

RAGE SEKeyword 1.1

RAGE Software today released RAGE SEKeyword 1.1, a free application for website owners designed to discover niche keywords among Web searches. The software uses Yahoo! Search technology to find the most relevant keywords for a particular website, according to RAGE, and suggests the most popular searched keywords based on site content. RAGE SEKeyword 1.1 informs users about what search engine keywords competitors are targeting by reading the meta keywords of competing sites. The software is available for free, and requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later.

"Using technology provided by Yahoo Search, RAGE SEKeyword will download and examine your website content suggesting your most relevant keywords and keyword phrases," the company says. "Then it provides an entire list of related and specific keyword phrases that you can use to discover profitable niches."

The application produces a list of the most popular related keyword phrases being searched by customers, keeps keywords organized by website, and enables users to easily prepare keywords for Google Adwords or other pay-per-click advertising opportunities.




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