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Below is a sneak peak of the keyword decisions screen for Domain Web Studio 2.5 prior to the DWS 3.0 update.

For the past few weeks I’ve been working with Matt “The Mad Scientist” Da Cruz as he meticulously fine-tuned the SEO metrics and custom parameters built into the “rules engine” for this update. SEO’s should fear this guy, Seriously!

The new keyword ideas interface is simply brilliant. These SEO  tools are very REAL and will help you approach SEO and your business with actionable-intelligence and confidence for managing organic campaigns. I sincerely suggest you  sign up now before DWS goes underground.

Get In and “Get It”

We’ve shared some of our most coveted and proprietary ranking formulas with Matt based on over 10 years of testing and producing first page results in multiple markets spanning thousands of keywords.

Matt then integrated those rules, parameters and ranking formulas seamlessly into the module, blending them into a hybrid of DWS’s previous algorithms “layer by layer” to create the newly revamped “keyword decisions screen”. The keyword decisions screen is the equivalent of the proving grounds in DWS.

In this newly forged digital arena, you can quickly determine which keywords are worthy to take to battle as you pass them along to the silo manager. The silo manager is the module responsible for layering the site architecture, pages, supporting articles and syndication blueprint prior to “building out the site” from the output capabilities of  DWS 3.0.

Shorten Your Time to Market

With powerful upgrades like these, you save hours of time on SEO campaign management.  To use the module, simply gather your keyword ideas, calculate the monthly search volume and competing pages (I suggest using The Last Keyword Tool for this) and simply import that data into DWS.

DWS applies over 8,800 rules and permutations which factor metrics such as:

  • Total Budget and Keyword Viability
  • Traffic / Conversion Rates & Percentages
  • Site Architecture, Supporting Articles & Competing Pages
  • The Aggregate Volume or Deep Links and Internal Links Required
  • If the Keyword is Profitable or Not, and –
  • How Long it Will Take to Get Ranked

There has NEVER been ANYTHING like this available to the public and it only gets better with each update. For example, in DWS 3.0, you will be able start with a keyword idea and transform it from a concept into a themed and siloed WordPress blog (including navigation and “proper” theming and siloing, categories, etc.) in under 20 minutes (including affiliate /auto links).

If you’re serious about taking your online business to the next level in 2011, you’ll need the right SEO tools and superior market intelligence to make solid/informed business decisions daily.

Surfs Up

Watch the video where Matt Showcases keyword opportunities in the Surf market. In case your wondering where to start, there is well over 5 hours of training material inside, so, there is no excuse for not “taking action” today!

DWS-Surfs-Up

See the Power of DWS (with the Surf Market) video above.

As the suite evolves, new materials are produced to reflect updates. Matt’s motto is a mantra of efficiency and structure. He has  taken intricate processes which under normal circumstances would require 30-50 hours to properly structure an SEO campaign and turned it into a process that can be completed virtually in minutes (watch the video for additional details).

DWS will save you time so you won’t have to  spend hours skimming across multiple SEO tools trying to parse and map-out scattered data. DWS allows you to easily factor and map out the most intricate conversion objectives using factual conversion data you control. Combine that with your cost and you have a decision engine at your fingertips.

DWS creates calculations for multiple corresponding metrics such as the the cost of content, links, press releases and the dollar amount required to invest on a keyword by keyword basis.

By having raw data at your fingertips, you can quickly assess time or budgetary constraints and determine if a keyword is  worth the hassle to get ranked. You can also analyze dozens of additional SEO variables such as “the barrier to entry” and calculate anticipated ROI or factors like how many supporting pages or links you need to get your keywords ranked.

Seats for DomainWebStudio 3.0 are filling up fast. Make sure you sign up now to gain access to the market-crushing tools scheduled for release this quarter otherwise known as DWS 3.0 for a low price of $67 per month.

If you’re serious about taking your online business  to the next level in 2011, you’ll need the right SEO tools and <a href=”https://seodesignsolutions.com/blog/internet-news/domain-web-studio-3-0-seo-tools-for-serious-online-marketing/”>superior market intelligence</a> to make solid/informed business decisions daily. 

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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.

7 thoughts on “DWS 2.5 Update: Introducing the New Keyword Decisions Screen
  1. PAUL says:

    thank you very much i hope this help my site

  2. terrance says:

    I am trying to get some information on this product, I was wondering if you can shed some light, since you’re working close with them. I’m I correct in, without krakken the siloed site or reports are a no go. If so, what do you get for the monthly price. I watched, listened and read but didn’t really see a real call to action for me take. I realize that Krakken is $194 per site but comes with the $67 a month charge. Thanks and sorry for asking here.

  3. Hey Terrance:

    You can use DWS with any tool that provides (a) daily / monthly search volume (b) competing pages.

    You do not have to use Krakken (Although I suggest you do) or at least its little brother The Last Keyword Tool http://bit.ly/thelastkeywordtool

    Once you have that, you can pull that data into DWS. The $67 per month will Grandfather you into the tool as the new 3.0 gets rolled out.

    Hope this helps. Matt is working on new videos to highlight the new features and should have something out shortly.

  4. Hi,
    i have seen a very nice blog . i really like this blog. This blog gives to us very good knowledge about Diversified SEO Approach, Tips and tool. This is very informative blog for web industries.

    Thank you,

  5. Adrian says:

    Where do you find the competing pages and import them into DWS with the last keyword tool? I’m not seeing it anywhere.

    Thank You

  6. Adrian says:

    Nevermind – it’s under Google/Yahoo… late night :)

    Those are all broad numbers though correct, not phrase match?

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