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Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Archive for the 'Keyword Research Software' Category

Instant Software Brander Bundle: sell your own software -sell your own software #ad

Most of us aren’t programmers, myself included. I think back to December, 1972, when I left programming and realize that 48 years later, I am no longer a programmer. But selling software can be a good business. People need it to run their businesses. There are ways non-programmers can do this. You can think up needed software, write specifications for how it should work, and hire a programmer to create it for you (and spend a lot of money to do it) and see if it will be a hit. That’s one way, but it’s risky and expensive. There’s a better way. Find working battle-tested... [...]

Descova: Find good products for your e-commerce store #ad

For an e-commerce site to succeed, several things are needed (traffic, of course, being one of them), but an absolute “must” is a selection of good products that are proven sellers. New software, Descova, that was just released, lets you instantly do product and niche searches so you can quickly fill your stores with good products. With Descova, you can discover new, trending products with one click. All you have to do is use its convenient dashboard to search multiple e-commerce platforms, including Aliexpress and BestBuy, at the same time. It brings back all the information about... [...]

Trendds: If it’s trendy, it can be profitable #ad

Trends are, by definition, occurrences (hobbies, sports, gadgets, etc.) in society that have a lot of people involved. Where there are a lot of people, there are a lot of potential customers. So, many marketers look for trends and then find a way to sell something (such as an affiliate offer) to this hungry crowd. That process has just become easier with the new SaaS software released this week by Mark Bishop, Venkata Ramana and Prady N called Trendds. This new software allows you to: ► Search for trending content based on a keyword you specify ► Use Related long–tail keywords (displayed... [...]

How good is your website, really? #ad

How well does your site rank in Google? Well, that’s a trick question. There’s no such thing as generally ranking in Google or any other search engine. You have to ask “How well do you rank for some particular keyword?” Pick a keyword that is important to your business. Depending on what business you are in, it could be “classic Chevrolets”, “video software”, “web conferencing tools”, or anything else related to your business. Now, you have a question that has an answer; the generic question does not. But the issue is even more complex.... [...]