First of all, if you have your own web site you need this software (OK, you dont need it if dont care about the site attendance). If your work is targeting web sites popularity you need this software. If your competitors are more known than you you need this software. If the words «keyword», «search engine optimization», «rating» or «traffic» make sense to you you need this software. Well, you dont need this software if the Internet, websites, and search engines are outside of your interests.
«This software» stands for Site Content Analyzer, and it is ex-tre-me-ly useful. It is not a secret that todays site popularity (and, correspondingly, the number of visitors and, finally, the amount of money earned) is strongly bound to the sites position with the major search engines. That position is mostly determined by the successful picking of keywords and key phrases and accurate spreading of those throughout the websites texts. So, Site Content Analyzer does all the analysis available in those areas for you: graphs and reports, weight and density calculations, keyword and key phrase suggestions, and so on. You can analyze your own and your competitors sites, compare the results, and make the appropriate decisions. You can buy the appropriate context ads in the search engines. You can become popular and rich.
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