Traffic Travis SEO Tool, Wordle, Keyword Research, Archaeologist For Digg, SimpleSpark Web 2.0 Logos In 333 Seconds


Traffic Travis SEO Tool, Wordle, Keyword Research, Archaeologist For Digg, SimpleSpark Web 2.0 Logos In 333 Seconds

Traffic Travis is one of the better SEO research tools we’ve seen. It features everything from a keyword finder to a page analyzer, and it has an easy-to-use interface. And unlike a lot of SEO software that’s of this caliber . . . Traffic Travis is free.

Wordle is a free online tool that lets you create a tag or word cloud out of any text you throw at it. The cloud then displays all the words from the text based on how frequently that word appears, just like the tag cloud in the right hand column at freeline report.com.

Elsewhere, StomperNet faculty member, David Bullock, is always thinking about sophisticated ways you can get more out of your ongoing keyword research. In “A New Definition for Keywords,” he suggests that you should be looking at the “conversations” of search phrases rather than just current search volume.

Solid keyword research is an important part of any good web marketing campaign. Archaeologist is a new web application that lets you analyze and study keywords and phrases found in Digg.

It seems like there are five or six more Web 2.0 companies, tools and web sites every single day. To give you a visualization of the scope of social media proliferation, SimpleSpark.com created a video that flashes all the Web 2.0 company logos they could find into one short video. That’s 5000 web apps flashing before your eyes in 333 seconds.

Brad Fallon now hosts a daily video podcast, The Free Line Report ( ), which focuses on Web 2.0 news, Internet marketing, online video, and e-business.
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