Improve Your Blog SEO with Keyword Winner WordPress Plugin

My friend Daniel Lew has finally released his Keyword Winner SEO plugin for WordPress and I have to say, it looks like a winner. Keyword Winner makes it super easy to find low competition keywords to use in your blog post title because it put it all in your WP control panel.

As you make your blog post title, Keyword winner will suggest other keywords to use that could get you ranked in Google a lot sooner and a lot higher up the results page. Yes, you can do all this by going back and forth with the Google keyword tool or other tools like Keyword Elite but Keyword winner is the only tool that put it right into your WordPress control panel. The information is there at your finger tips making it easier to target the right headlines and rank to the 1st page of Google easily. The results can be pretty amazing.

Keyword Winner

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Available in a single or unlimited blog license, Keyword Winner is easy to install (just upload and activate) and even easier to use. The plugin should pay for itself in a matter of days from all the extra search engine traffic you’ll be getting. The key to ranking high in Google is to target the less competitive keywords. With Keyword Winner, you can do just that and do it right from your WordPress control panel. This is a must have plugin. Go get it.

Click Here To Download Keyword Winner


63 thoughts on “Improve Your Blog SEO with Keyword Winner WordPress Plugin”

  1. Rajnish says:

    I think it will be a great plugin for Search Engine Optimization, knowing the best keyword for the post title will surly going to help.

    1. d3so says:

      Definitely a convienient plugin to use.

    2. Alex Dumitru says:

      I wonder how many will Daniel sell πŸ™‚

      1. Jeff Caceres says:

        Probably hundreds or thousands I think. πŸ™‚

      2. Exoclyps says:

        Very interesting plugin. Shame it costs money. Well, just means I can’t use it. Oh well.

        Still a nice idea I think.

  2. Iman says:

    I agree and disagree. YEP knowing how to rank higher in search engine is great however ranking for a keyword that people are not searching for is not valuable at all.
    When you go back and forth in Google keywords tool (if you do it) you are checking the number of search that people are doing. It seems this plugin suggests keywords based on competitiveness of each keyword not the number of search that people are doing.
    However its price is less than a dinner for two, in most of restaurants πŸ˜€ will give it a try…

    1. Great points here. The cost is low enough for me to try too but your comments have me realizing this isn’t necessarily a “cure-all.”

    2. Alex Dumitru says:

      I agree with you. Keyword tools like this are useless most of them time. Even Google’s keywords tool is not very good.

      1. d3so says:

        You think so?
        How are they useless?

      2. Abhik says:

        Can’t agree..
        Google Keyword tool is the best yet free keyword research tool available.
        Now, don’t say keyword research is also useless πŸ™‚

        1. d3so says:

          I’ve always thought the keyword tool was amazing.

      3. Iman says:

        I don’t say that Google keyword tools or this plug-in are useless however the best keywords to target (for bloggers) are the ones with less than 10,000 competitors and more than 20,000 searches per month.
        Such a plugin can find which keyword has less competitors, however can’t find which keyword has more search.
        Overall I believe it’s better to write for people and have an eye on search engines

        1. Exoclyps says:

          So true, but doesn’t hurt to know which keywords are the one to look out for. Just having in the back of your head.

          Sometimes it’s just the difference between “large” and “big” where choosing the right one might get you a nice keyword.

  3. Thanks for the great WordPress SEO Plugin.

    I am not happy with All in One SEO. Keyword suggestion is important.

    1. Alex Dumitru says:

      All in One SEO is useless πŸ™‚

      1. d3so says:

        How is it useless? Many people recommend it and I use it as well.

        1. Abhik says:

          I won’t say it’s useless. But, I prefer Platinum SEO over it.

          All In One SEO or Platinum SEO has nothing to do in regards of this blog post.

        2. Exoclyps says:

          I use it too. But I’ve yet to figure what it really helps me with.

          Now a plugin that adds *strong* to keywords and so on might be another story here!

  4. What an awesome plugin.

    Thanks for the find and the share.

    I am going to be moving my focus soon to creating larger authority-websites in profitable niches. A plugin like this is going to help me dig for some great keyword opportunity, and also help me almost totally dominate keywords for that niche.

    1. Jeff Caceres says:

      Don’t wait for next week or tomorrow to claim this plugin. The price will go up soon if you don’t take action and you need this very badly. I already using this plugin on my blog and it was super awesome, satisfied me a lot!

  5. Essays says:

    It is better to target 50 low competition keywords than one hight competition keyword. The purpose, is to generate traffic which can be achieved in short time with many low competition keywords.

    1. d3so says:

      That’s true. That’s why it’s better to target long tail keywords and phrases, rather than just a single keyword.

      1. Exoclyps says:

        You two have some good advice here. Thank you sirs!

        I’ve been a little by little thinking over what keywords to aim for. Something I wasn’t really thinking about in the start.

  6. Hey John,

    Yet another plug in for Word Press. If it works the way it’s described it may be a good one to use.

    So now everybody who uses it will be at the top of search results?

    It would be cool but not likely.

    Thanks for writing about it.

    1. d3so says:

      They shouldve done a case study to help promote this.

    2. Exoclyps says:

      There is a lot more to it then just having the right keywords. Even if having the right one helps, you still need to get backlinks and all that.

  7. Pretty neat idea for a plugin. I watched the vid on the splash page.

    It kind of reminds me of wordtracker but built in to the wp dashboard.

    I reckon this would probably work quite nicely.

  8. This looks like a pretty cool plugin.

    Really reminds me of wordtracker if anyone is familiar with it?

    its like having wordtracker built into WP.

  9. Great plugin, using it myself!

    1. PPC Ian says:

      That is great to hear you are having success with it Dino!

    2. Abhik says:

      Great!! Hows it working for you?

      1. Jeff Caceres says:

        It works fine for me. I’ve finally got my hands on this amazing plugin and I installed it on my blog. It was really awesome and worth the money I ever spent. You will never be disappointed when buying this amazing SEO WordPress plugin. πŸ™‚

  10. Pretty interesting plugin. Gonna try using it on a few of my 20 blogs lol.

  11. PPC Ian says:

    I really enjoy reading Dan Lew’s blog and its great to see him offering such a great plugin.

  12. Abhik says:

    Definitely a good plugin.
    With the 60 day moneyback guarantee, I am gonna try it out.

  13. Benjamin says:

    I honestly will continue to use HeadSpace 2 which is the best SEO plugin for wordpress hands down.

    Even if this plugin was free I would still use HeadSpace 2

    1. Jeff Caceres says:

      This is not free Benjamin. It cost $47 for single-site license and $87 for multi-site license. Good luck to it if you just stick on the tool you are using. πŸ™‚

  14. Ajeet says:

    thanks for share its a really good plugin for seo ..for the same purpose i use google adwords

  15. Now there’s a plugin I haven’t seen before & I mean one that actually pulls up the keyword suggestions right in the control panel. That’s pretty sick.

  16. Benjamin says:

    Funny…. if you follow that link it quotes “Top Bloggers” and yet John Chow is not mentioned…… Maybe Dan Lew thinks John isn’t a top blogger.

    1. Jeff Caceres says:

      He is mentioned on the “top internet marketers” list, not “top bloggers”. Daniel can’t put John Chow’s pic on both, but John Chow as a “top internet marketer” is much better. πŸ™‚

  17. Lakhyajyoti says:

    Planning to give a try.Because it comes with 60 day money back guarantee.

    1. Jeff Caceres says:

      It is worth to try. I tried it myself on my blog and its God damn awesome! This will give me quicker results and easy to determine the low competitive keywords. Much better than Google’s free keyword tool.

  18. Dollar Dude says:

    I think this is one of the best plug-in. I am going to use it for my blog. Let me send the result after using a week in my blog. Thanks for sharing!!!

  19. fas says:

    I think its awsome and I am thinking of getting it.

  20. mra says:

    Stunning tool. great help for blogger to choose right key words. key word suggestion tool while you are writing post simply great. Can any one use it for Blogger?

  21. All is one , what a power !very cool plugin !!!! !
    thanx for sharing it !!

  22. Bernice says:

    Wow looks like a great plugin, i’ll definitely try this out on my blog and report back how it does πŸ™‚ Thanks a lot John!

  23. I just discovered this on another blog, Looks remarkably similar to keyword winner: http://scribeseo.com/

    It’s very pricey and on a monthly subscription, Don’t know why someone would pay monthly for a plugin like that. I think Keyword winner multi site licence is much better.

  24. Dan Lew says:

    Hey guys it’s been a while since I commented on here, I have been extremely busy as you could imagine, but now its time to ride the horse and sit back!

    We sold 40 plugins in our first day! But I am expecting 100-300 sales a day as it has only just started!

    Thanks for all the positive comments and can’t wait for you all to give it a try, get high rankings and make some money!

    1. Jeff Caceres says:

      Go for it man! Ride the God damn horse!

    2. d3so says:

      I emailed you regarding a copy for me to review and post about. I’m guessing, request declined?

  25. Kavita says:

    Plugin seems to be worth trying. Thanks.

  26. Thank you for the wonderful plugin tip this will change the blogs of many that will install it.

  27. Jakub Arnold says:

    Looks great, I’m definitely going to give it a try with the 60day money back guarantee.

  28. Craig White says:

    Looks like a great option for quick keyword verification but I do think the keywords that this plugin suggest need some additional research to make sure your not just keyword stuffing which can result in the a much worse google search ranking for your blog.

  29. ansar says:

    Definitely a good plugin.
    With the 60 day moneyback guarantee, I am gonna try it out.

  30. Seems like a useful plugin to me… I use wordpress for 90% of my websites so this is going to be really useful….

    thanks john

  31. seoplanner says:

    i agree with you,Plugin seems to be worth trying. thanks !!!!!!!

  32. Brett Miller says:

    Interesting concept where a plugin could tell you what your title should be .

    The problem I see with blogging is that Companies face tremendous pressure to become producers of content on the internet. They must blog to be discoverable (on search engines and in social media), but many of them don’t really want this additional responsibility (plus needing to learn all the rules so it actually works).

    There are other problems blogging creates:

    http://www.customsoftwarebypreston.com/seo-rankings-blogging

  33. Jose Tinto says:

    Looks like a nice plugin. Gonna give it a try.

  34. ikki says:

    i will try this plugin, thanks

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