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stugster needs your help, please!



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Hey all!

Dave from RedEvolution is kindly helping me to optimise my SEO...

We're trying to find out what keywords people will use when searching for computer support.

If you can spare twelve seconds, please go to Red Evolution Pretend Engine
Have a read at the scenario, and then go wild!

Very much appreciated! :D

Cheers guys.


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Hi Stu,

I've popped a fee in and will add more as i think of them.

it'd be interesting if you could keep a diary or something documenting the improvments, like more sales better serp and all that?

Would you mind?

We're trying to find out what keywords people will use when searching for computer support.
Gremlin debilitators
Technical hitch decouplers
system unbuggers
Big Hammer


Just a few of the keyword strings I didn't actually type in....

(hopefully) useful ones duly entered...:)
Scottish Business Owner

Scottish Business Owner

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Whats the purpose of this pretend engine then? If you have a look at what people have typed in I wonder what value you will get from this. Why aren't you going down the normal route of Wordtracker & Keyword Discovery? or is it the case that the volumes aren't there to make a decision?

Isn't the other route to do some adwords campaigns to try and glean the results from test campaigns?
Actually, I think this is an excellent example of the sort of 'organic' approach I was talking about the other day... This little 'mini survey' will produce some nice, tight, instinctive results from quite a localised area..

In qualitative terms it's likely to take account of the target audience mindset quite well. It would be interesting (from a statistical stance) to see what variance this produces over standard data from a broader search area such as the UK generally...