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WordRecon Justin Sardi Valerie DuVall 2016 Keyword Analysis Tool Launched

Muncheye has announced the launch of a new keyword analysis product called WordRecon, which utilizes 12 keyword suggestion sources to provide website owners with a tool to generate more effective content. By matching exact search phrases used by millions of real people, users who run Word Recon can make their website content more effective, with relevant and targeted keywords to help drive more traffic to their site.

More information can be found on the Word Recon page at: http://letsgolook.at/WordRecon.

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They underscore that the Google Keyword Planner gears its keyword generation towards paid advertising, making it hard for many business owners to figure out the precise words real users type when searching within a specific niche.

A full video preview is available on the WordRecon site, which explains that the program is simple to use. There is no installation required, because it works through the cloud directly on a user–s computer. It also works on mobiles through its responsive design, allowing users to access their data from anywhere.

WordRecon identifies trends quickly, displaying the number of occurences of each word in search results. Users can uncover highly targeted and relevant keywords that match what they–re looking for, and find the top ranked Amazon products based on those keywords. It–s also possible to save keyword lists, which users can then access from anywhere.

Interested parties looking to find out more about WordRecon can visit: http://muncheye.com/justin-sardi-et-al-word-recon.

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