LAST EDITED ON Jun-09-07 AT 05:00 PM (PST)
The Inz Tuel is used to find the niches and keywords where the competition is the weakest.
It queries Google to find out how many competing sites contain the given keywords in all three areas of a page:
Keywords in page title
Keywords in body content
Keywords in anchor text
Inz is simple to use...Just paste in a list of keywords and click the button and the results will be returned.
The lower the number returned, the less competition there is for that keyword phrase.
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This simple but effective tuel finds the easiest keywords and niches with a single click.
Discover the best technique to increase your probability for success. Works great with web pages, blogs, Squidoo lenses and article marketing.
Let's say you wanted to win a fight...Who would you choose to fight, Mike Tyson or the first grader down the street?
Smart Warriors should choose to fight the first grader, taking his/her milk money away every day at school.
And this is exactly what the brand new "Inz Tuel" does...It finds niches and keywords where the competition is the 98 lb. weaklings of the SEO world.
Not only is it simple to use, it's also the most effective strategy to discover who your competitors really are.
If you're doing keyword/niche research for SEO, Squidoo lenses or BUM/article marketing, then you're advised to uncover the niches and keywords with the least competition.
And there's a number of ways to do this:
Bad => Do a search for your keywords and see how many results are returned. This is the technique taught by many, but it's really very inaccurate and over-estimates your true number of competitors.
OK => Search for your keywords using "quotes" around your search query. This is far better than the first method, as it looks for other pages that contain the exact phrase in the web page.
If you search without using quotes, the search engines will return every page that contains ANY keyword you entered.
apple pie recipes
"apple pie recipes"
The first will return pages that only contain the word "apple". It will also return each and every page that contains the word "pie", as well as each and every page that contains the word "recipes".
But if you use quotes, the engines will just return pages that contain the EXACT PHRASE "apple pie recipes". This is basic stuff for search engine accuracy...
They will (and should) rank pages higher that contain the exact phrase, in order, than pages that just contain one single word of the phrase. What does Apple Computers have to do with apple pie recipes?
Good => The "allintitle" command. This is a special Google command that looks for the exact phrase in the PAGE TITLE of the page. Page titles are very important to SEO, and always have been. Pages that contain the keywords in their titles have done some basic SEO, even if it was by accident. These pages are decent competition.
Best => The three "in" commands. With this strategy, you're looking for pages that not only include the keywords in the page title, the pages must also contain the keywords in the body content, as well as anchor/link text.
These are the results that have had SEO performed on them and this is the best method to see who your real competition is...After all, to perform proper on-page SEO you should have your exact keywords in all three places on your pages, lenses and articles.
After all, doesn't it make sense that a page about "apple pie recipes" would have the phrase "apple pie recipes" somewhere in the body content? Maybe even have the phrase in the page title? Or how about linking to other pages about "apple pie recipes"?
And that's what we want to find...Keywords that have very few pages that have the given keyword phrases in all the "right places".
These keyword phrases are the real "low hanging fruit" and with basic SEO your pages, lenses and articles will have a huge advantage over pages that haven't performed basic SEO.
Sure, off-page SEO such as links is also a big factor. But linking factors aren't just limited to the pages that exploit the three "ins", it's also a factor for all the other search techniques listed above, as well.
And the three "ins" isn't a perfect measurement...For example, if a phrase returns only 7 competing pages, this doesn't mean there's only 7 other pages. The "7" is just a number that means the phrase has very little competition.
You want to compare the numbers to other keywords. If one phrase has 50,000 pages and the other only 7, you can rest assured that the "7" is the first grader and the "50,000" is Mike Tyson. Fight with the 7.
How does Inz work?
1. Paste in a list of keywords.
Not only is this the easiest way to find low competition keywords. It's also the best way.
Note that Inz is a Tuel that runs on your desktop. Please test them on your system BEFORE buying, as there are no refunds (since you get to test them first for free):
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