NicheBot

Saturday 21 May 2005

At work, our sales team has started buying Google adwords ("email overload", "email management" and "email activity management", I think). That lead to a discussion of search keyword buying, which reminded me of NicheBot. It claims to help you hone in on better-performing search terms to buy, by narrowing the results to eliminate competition. Does it work? How would I know? I've never bought ad words.

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andrew 11:42 AM on 21 May 2005

Eeek. You are getting dangerously close to "the metal" of marketing. Soon, you are going to be talking about "synergies" and (*shudder*), "crossing the chasm."

Don't worry, though. I will be there to deprogram you. My basement ain't pretty, but it works.

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David Boudreau 10:21 PM on 22 May 2005

Nichebot looks like a great thing. When's the last time you saw Tim Berner-Lee's Semantic Web vision brought to life as well as that?

I like to think that we are all in the same boat. And the name of that boat is "marketing".

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Michelle 9:06 AM on 5 Feb 2008

For your keyword research try using KeywordSpy.com - a keyword research technology that will help you know what keywords your competitors are using and how it generates money for them, you can use those keywords to drive traffic to your site and give your business the exposure it needs. It offers Free trials.- http://www.keywordspy.com/

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