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Bruce Clay, Inc. has released two new search engine optimization tools that are available for free on bruceclay.com

Bruce Clay Launches Two New SEO Tools

The new tools are the Search Engine Optimization/KSP tool and SEMToolBar. Both tools aggregate select data from Google, Microsoft and Yahoo and provide relevant SEO information.

"We are excited to offer new tools to help webmasters and search engine optimization professionals alike conquer today’s complex search engine environment," said Bruce Clay, president of Bruce Clay, Inc.

The Search Engine Optimization/KSP tool offers marketing centric keyword statistics. A user can enter up to 12 keyword phrases at a time and see search counts from major search engines, click-throughs and CPC rates, categories, searcher demographics and more for each keyword.

The SEMToolBar installs in-browser to provide the data and tools that are most relevant for search engine optimization. The toolbar supports more than 20 languages, offers proxy searches, customized search interfaces, search result annotation, domain highlighting, keyword demographic data and page statistics.

The toolbar can be installed in Internet Explorer and a version for Firefox will be available shortly.

"These two tools are just a taste of what’s to come," said Clay. "We are working hard on a series of very significant updates for our Web site and our entire SEOToolSet product, which are scheduled to launch in 2009."
 

Bruce Clay Launches Two New SEO Tools
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  • http://www.professional-mover.co.uk Professional-Mover London

    Anyone help me with my website for seo

    please.

  • http://www.indiaseoconsultants.com SEO Firm India

    it aggregates data from three search engines so it provides some degree of convenience but nothing new.

  • http://affordablehomeandgardenstore.com Zeeshan Rahim

    Yet another toolbar that has the potential to track visitor activity and invade your privacy!

  • http://www.thelostagency.com david

    i spent a few hours tonight looking over their toolset, and wondering if it is worth it, but since they dont do firefox yet… will just have to wait.

    their training program does look good, but expensive…

  • http://www.manvanuk.co.uk/ Alex

    very good subject

  • http://www.bestremoval.co.uk/ david

    bad these tools appear to be mostly for adwords.