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Wordtracker UK Launch and 20% Off SES London Passes

The popular Keyword Research tool Wordtracker announced that they are going to launch a special “UK only” option at the upcoming Search Engine Strategies Conference and Expo in London, UK in about 1 week (February 13th – February 15th, 2007).

While US Search Marketers have the choice between numerous commercial and free Keyword Research and Competitive Intelligence Research tools, have European marketers little or no choice at all. The demand for services that provide somewhat reliable search volume data for specific countries or regions is high and still under-served.

Wordtracker recognized that need and promises to fullfil it, at least for the UK marketers.

To support their efforts to get the word out among british search marketers, does Wordtracker offer a FREE Exhibition Pass, 20% off the 3 day conference pass for Search Engine Strategies  (to get access to all sessions and events), plus a special launch offer to everybody who pre-registers for the new service before February, 13th at this Registration Form .

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Carsten Cumbrowski
Cumbrowski.com – Free Internet Marketing Resources for Marketers

 

 Wordtracker UK Launch and 20% Off SES London Passes
Carsten Cumbrowski has years of experience in Affiliate Marketing and knows both sides of the business as the Affiliate and Affiliate Manager. Carsten has over 10 years experience in Web Development and 20 years in programming and computers in general. He has a personal Internet Marketing Resources site at Cumbrowski.com.To learn more about Carsten, check out the "About Page" at his web site. For additional contact options see this page.

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3 thoughts on “Wordtracker UK Launch and 20% Off SES London Passes

  1. The DE database is scheduled for launch by end of March. So best to create a free trial account as we will be making database release notifications to our users as soon as it is launched.

    Cheers
    Hilton