WordTracker Releases New Tool that Anticipates Questions

Nov 10, 2008 • 9:08 am | comments (1) by twitter | Filed Under Search Engine Optimization Tools
 

Ever want to know what questions searchers are typing when they are looking for answers? Let's face it -- people do ask the search engines questions; I actually do so every so often, since the actual question is often found in the search results and I know it's exactly what I'm looking for.

SEOs can take advantage of this kind of traffic (and if they haven't yet, they should) with a new tool from WordTracker. The Keyword Questions tool takes a phrase -- perhaps the keyword you're optimizing for -- and gives you questions based around that phrase. For example, take a look at the screenshot below:

WordTracker Keyword Questions Tool

As you can tell, it will prove to be useful, and users think so as well.

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Comments:

gabs

11/11/2008 01:01 pm

Works ok but like in your example i'm pretty sure the word "train" should bring up train time questions should it not ? Seems to look at the "how to" data only..

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