Free Month of Wordze Keyword Research For Everyone!

by Donna Fontenot January 7th, 2008 

Oh man, there's nothing better than free. I love free. Free makes me feel all warm and fuzzy. And right now - and for the next 7 days only - you can sign up to get a 30 day FREE subscription to Wordze keyword research. You can grab all the keyword research you can get your hands on for 30 days at zero cost. Got it? Free. No buckaroonies. Empty pockets and empty wallets are no problemo. You want it? You got it. Go here to sign up and bathe in keyword goodness, all for free! Woot!

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7 Responses to “Free Month of Wordze Keyword Research For Everyone!”

  1. Alon Cohen says:

    While I like the idea, I'm not sure how much I trust the data from a site that says "Copyright 2006" when we are now in January 2008.

    I know – just me nitpicking. But on a commercial site I expect the copyright to be updated.

  2. DazzlinDonna says:

    Yep, that's pretty nitpicky.

  3. Levi says:

    LOL Now thats funny… customers first copyright footers last. Ill have someone update it tomorrow!

  4. Dave Dugdale says:

    Actually I agree. An old copyright date says "hey I never look at my own site and I have not touched it in years".

  5. Levi says:

    No worries, its already been updated. Some days some companies are growing so fast that they dont look at the bottom of the page, but in place look at updating the tech.

    Why our copyright notice did not win us the 2007 vote for best of the best in paid keywords tools on TRB, our services did. 😉

    Have a good evening everyone, Im heading home!

  6. hssiegel says:

    I went to get my free month and I couldn't find it. Then I read the post again, guess I am a little late.

    I suppose I need to start browsing this site more often.
    (This is my first time here)

    I do have a question, might be a little off topic but I'm not sure where else to ask.

    Have you ever used/ reviewed/ heard of some SEO software called RaSof? It's supposed to be an analysis of of a selected page against a database of 100,000 pages with search engine ranks, to see how the analyzed page stacks up.

    Just wondering if anyone knows of it or has used it?


  7. DazzlinDonna says:

    nope, never heard of that software, sorry.