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50 Kick Ass Keyword Strategies

[Aaron Wall](http://www.seobook.com) and [Wordtracker](http://www.wordtracker.com) teamed up to release an e-book to help you [learn which keywords you should pick for your online marketing strategy and how you can leverage those keywords](http://www.wordtracker.com/offers/kickass-ses/).
Here are some of the topics discussed:
* Employing Your Supporting Cast by Using Similar Words
* Influencing The Keywords In Anchor Text
* How to Take Advantage Of Plurals On Retail Sites
* Sowing Early Seeds For Seasonal Rankings
* Mining Ad Placement Data
* Chasing The Long Tail
I personally bought the 81 page e-book and highly recommend that you also do the same. Whether you are an online marketing newbie or an expert, there is a lot you can learn from it. For $27 you can’t go wrong buying [50 Kick Ass Keyword Strategies](http://www.wordtracker.com/offers/kickass-ses/).

 50 Kick Ass Keyword Strategies
Neil Patel is the co-founder of KISSmetrics, an analytics provider that helps companies make better business decisions. Neil also blogs about marketing and entrepreneurship at Quick Sprout.

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9 thoughts on “50 Kick Ass Keyword Strategies

  1. I wonder how many of these tips can be found with a little judicious Internet searching anyway? In any case 50 keyword strategies is always a good thing to have…depending on how effective they are. And yes, i guess you can’t go wrong for $27…it IS $27 isn’t it?

  2. I wonder how many of these tips can be found with a little judicious Internet searching anyway? In any case 50 keyword strategies is always a good thing to have…depending on how effective they are. And yes, i guess you can’t go wrong for $27…it IS $27 isn’t it?

  3. I bought this ebook. There are some good tips, but it’s not worth of its price, though. I’d value it at $5-$8 and that’s it. There is nothing new, you won’t find anything that you’re not aware of it, if you’re in this business. However it’s a good ‘checklist’ for beginners.
    There are tips like: use long tail, use modifiers, check your web stats, etc.
    In some way I feel ripped off.

  4. Well, I am a beginner, Mackubat.
    However, the order page reads:
    Your purchase is risk free. If you are not entirely satisfied email support@wordtracker.com within 30 days and we will refund your payment in full.
    Looks to me that you are not entirely satisfied, and it also looks to me as if you purchased within the last 30 days (being only 12 days that you made this post, I could be wrong).
    Can you tell us about the solidity of their refund policy?