10³bees - Longtail optimization

10³bees 10³bees - the long-tail optimization tool

10³bees is a free javascript webanalytics solution, that is specialized in measuring organic traffic.

The name 10³bees resultet out of the following idea:

Bees are very likeable and hardworking insects relentlessly gathering millions of pollen every day. Just like our ‘bees’: they collect search queries so you will be able to optimize your content and backlinks to increase search engine traffic - the ’sweet stuff’ everybody is so fond of!

The UI allows users to see their referrals, bookmarks & type-in traffic,natural search traffic and Paid traffic.

Besides the standard tracking features it has some funny stuff available: The so called ‘honeypot”. The honeypot shows funny

queries/keywords that users submitted. The latest keywords were “how to install the internet?” or “how to find thieves?”.

Overall the tool is very neat and useful for small webmasters, that just need to get some quick info in order to optimize their

content.

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March 9th, 2007

Hittail - the long tail optimizer

Hittail Hittail - the long tail optimizer that provides
suggestions to boost natural search

Hittail is a great and free tool that tracks your organic traffic and recommends topics that you or your editorial team should write about in order to boost your search engine traffic.

Hittail also offers premium services that include

  • Competitive Analysis
  • Natural vs. Paid Search Comparison
  • Traditional Search Engine Optimization
  • Dynamic Database Optimization
  • Automatic Media Monitoring
  • Writing Assistance
  • Wiki Documentation on Search Philosophies
  • Archived Weekly Reporting and Metrics
  • Monthly Metrics
  • Conversion Tracking

Hittail is well done and any website which has the intention of making profit, should at least install the free beta version. I definitely will use the tool on one corporate site and write about it when it is time for that. It will take a least a few weeks so the tool can aggregate enough data from the engines.

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January 28th, 2007