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Diane Ramey wrote in response to a David Loveless question:
> Instead of "Googling," Here are a couple of tools that will save you a
> lot of time:
Although these are geared toward keyword purchase, they can be used to
quickly determine if a keyword has any value. However, for organic SEO, I
think a combination of both the Googling (or searching) to see how many
hits a keyword (or phrase) gets and the above could work toward developing
an effective keyword list. With Google changing their search algorithm,
things might change yet again in the wild and wacky world of search engine
There's a plethora of information available about both organic and paid
SEO. (SitePro News has a lot of good information.) Make sure you review
the latest material, because it changes by the minute.
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