A Keyword Competitive Tool Based On Links & Anchors

Jul 30, 2012 - 8:37 am 5 by
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Majestic SEO LogoThis morning Majestic SEO launched a new tool to measure the competitive nature of a keyword or keyword phrase.

The tool looks at the number of sites using that anchor text across the web as well as the title of the pages. They said you can type a keyword into our home page instead of a web URL and start to see how many web pages use the phrase in the Anchor Text or in the title of a URL or a domain.

Here is a screen shot of the output, click on it to see it larger:

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They also allude to soon being able to see the domain names using the anchor text the most. They said, "we are constantly developing" when the question was brought up.

I am not big into writing about tools here because (1) I don't use tools and (2) then I get hundred emails from tool companies that I didn't write about. Only reason I wrote about this today is because I spotted a Google+ post that is being talked a lot within the community and it is somewhat slow this morning.

Forum discussion at Google+.

 

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