Wordtracker helps website owners and search engine marketers identify keywords and phrases that are relevant to their or their client’s business and most likely to be used as queries by search engine visitors.
Marketers can also determine how many competing sites are using those keywords and can identify the phrases that have the greatest traffic potential.
Wordtracker periodically compiles a database of over 330 million search terms which is updated on a weekly basis. All search terms are collected from the major metacrawlers – Dogpile and Metacrawler.
|109 searches (top 100 only)|
|4||.htaccess file not working|
|4||.htaccess file showing up that i didn’t put there|
|4||.htaccess rewriteengine off|
|3||.htaccess 404 redirect|
|3||creating a .htaccess file|
|3||what is .htaccess|
|3||what is the .htaccess file|
|2||.htaccess hide index|
|2||.htaccess password generator|
|2||.htaccess php_value not allowed here|
|2||.htaccess secure directories|
|2||.htaccess to redirect certain links|
|2||.htaccess to redirect certain outgoing links|
|2||joomla file .htaccess|
|2||use .htaccess to change url|
Wordtracker was established by Andy Mindel and Mike Mindel in 1997 to answer a fundamental question in the search engine industry:
“What are people searching for on the Web?”