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My degree in Marketing and Economics from UW Oshkosh landed me a job at the Weidert Group, a full-service inbound marketing agency located in Appleton, Wisconsin. You can find me blogging about social media, SEO, and anything analytical.
I agree that solely concentrating on "hardcore" SEO and meticulously looking at keywords isn't going to work for everyone. I have to say though that you're still doing SEO even though you say to stop it. I agree with all of your tips but many of them are great SEO practices and off-page SEO tactics. It might not blatantly come out as SEO but it is and you're advice is great!
I agree, I wasn't too happy when I saw that page either!
I totally agree Ruth that it seems to lean further towards a ppc tool and so are many other tools. Luckily, with just a little creativity we can adapt the results to organic SEO purposes.
You bet David, Keywordspy can actually look at search volumes, but only for 10 keywords at a time. I have yet to find free keyword tool that does a job better than that. Many paid tools offer this feature since it is more advanced.
Thanks for the comment Tracy, and I agree that Wordtracker can definitely be a powerful tool. The monthly/yearly fee can be a little steep, but Wordtracker can really nail down some in-depth analytics.