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There is a reason why they call this The Last Keyword Tool; since it’s the last keyword tool you will ever need, once you understand how to harness and unlock its awesome market-penetrating skills.

Take a look over Sue Bell’s shoulder (the CEO of Themezoom and co-creator of the Krakken and The Last Keyword Tool) as she shows you how to “peel back” markets in a cinch to reveal traffic bearing lucrative long-tail keyword opportunities from root phrases and which filters to use to “dig in” to find tangential wild card keyword opportunities.

It’s a pleasure to share such great resources like Themezoom and their cutting-edge SEO tools with our community, but just in case you missed the memo, the DWS 3.0 suite they are building now will collectively harness the power of The Krakken,  TLKT (the last keyword tool) and a series of market-crushing algorithms designed to get you to the money, faster within the DWS 3.0 framework.

Domain Web Studio 3.0 will feature an Affiliate Module, an SEO Professional Module and a Market Domination Module that is driven by an easy-to-use wizard-based graphic user interface to tactically compile hours of menial tasks into minutes (all done in the background) from inside the suite.

I don’t know about you, but if I can shave 100 hours off a project (2 weeks of time for your SEO projects), just take the value of that hourly rate, multiple that by the value of the money you just saved and put that in your pocket.

For those of you who are tuned-in the SEO Design Solutions community, we were able “through some blatant arm twisting” to secure up to 250 of the 350 spots available for the DWS 3.0 launch.

If you snooze, well, you know the rest – and you will have to pay a higher price than the special offer for the $67 grandfathered price when they open the doors again in June / July of 2011.

For a sneak peak of what’s under the hood, here is a video of me (with a case of insomnia at 3:30 in the morning) running through some advanced SEO tactics (with the use of Krakken and TLKT) to get to the core of a market within minutes using the same tools that will be baked into DWS 3.0.

In my 10+ years of doing SEO, this is the real deal! Trust me, you won’t want to miss this, and if you do, I feel sorry for you if you happen to be in a market that’s in between a DWS member and the #1 position.

Good luck – and make sure to stay tuned for more interesting SEO tips, tactics and techniques at SEO Design Solutions… 

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About Jeffrey_Smith

In 2006, Jeffrey Smith founded SEO Design Solutions (An SEO Provider who now develops SEO Software for WordPress).

Jeffrey has actively been involved in internet marketing since 1995 and brings a wealth of collective experiences and marketing strategies to increase rankings, revenue and reach.

12 thoughts on “The Last Keyword Tool You’ll Ever Need
  1. It’s the real deal. Believe him.

  2. SDP Labs says:

    I like your imagination and appreciate your work. Nice attempt…

  3. @ Danny – yes it is…

    @SPD – I don’t know if I should say thank you or feel insulted. Nothing imaginary about the power of that tool or DWS and – attempt, in comparison to what?

  4. SDP Labs says:

    Hey Jeffry…
    I didn’t mean to insult you. Actually I am happy with your tool because I am also working like a company which provides many services and SEO is one of them. I appreciate your tool.

  5. Sure thing SDP, just needed clarification.

    All the best

  6. ผ้าม่าน พาหุรัด says:

    Is this tool effective in other languages, I am wondering this because I mainly use Thai in my writing, and am targeting Thai market only.

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