SEO and keyword research are both important activities which can help you in getting the top positions in search engines as well as to see what keywords your competitors sites are targetting.
There are several firefox extensions which helps in research automation such as counting number of inbound links, keyword density, domain age, google pankrank or alexa rank etc, and SEOQuake being one of them.
Having used SEOQuake for quite a while to do research on sites and SERP, I’ve today just uncovered another useful feature of the extension, known simply as “density” in the SEOQuake toolbar.
That “density” utility gave back a report of the meta descriptions, meta keywords plus all the density of the keywords found on a page. What’s even better in the report is it contains a link “Load Google keywords data” which will then query Google Adwords Keyword Tool for search volumes and estimated avg cpc for each keyword found on a page. These data can be quite useful to know for adsense publishers to see what keywords are high paying as well as for adwords advertisers to see how strong the competition is.
Here’s how the report looks like for this blog : DavidTan Tech and Tips Blog
If you’re already using firefox, then SEOQuake can really be a time saver for doing SEO keywords related research.
new to the whole game and desperately trying to figured out what those T,K and D letters are short for next to money and tips?
T = Title, K=Meta Keywords and D=Meta Description