Thursday, February 25, 2010

Tracking Keyword and Domain Results in Different Countries

One of the edge of Keyword Spy against other tools is the tracking of results in various markets and countries.

Let me enumerate the countries that it supports in its two products - KeywordSpy Research and KeywordSpy Tracking.

For KeywordSpy Research, total of 17 countries as of this writing:

1. Australia
2. Austria
3. Brazil
4. Canada
5. France
6. Germany
7. Greece
8. India
9. Ireland
10. Italy
11. Mexico
12. Singapore
13. Spain

14. South Africa
15. Switzerland
16. United Kingdom
17. United States


Meanwhile, here are the countries being monitored in Google, Yahoo and Bing which are supported in KeywordSpy Tracking:


1. Google Argentina

2. Bing Australia

3. Google Australia (AU)

4. Yahoo Australia (AU)

5. Google Austria (AT)

6. Google Belgium (BE)

7. Yahoo Brazil (BR)

8. Google Brazil (BR)

9. Google Bulgaria (BU)

10. Bing Canada (CA)

11. Google Canada (CA)

12. Yahoo Canada (CA)

13. Google Chile (CL)

14. Google China (CN)

15. Google Denmark (DK

16. Google Finland (FI)

17. Google France (FR)

18. Yahoo France (FR)

19. Google Germany (DE)

20. Yahoo Germany (DE)

21. Google Greece (GR)

22. Google Hungary (HU)

23. Google India (IN)

24. Google Ireland (IE)

25. Google Italy (IT)

26. Yahoo Italy (IT)

27. Google Japan (JP)

28. Google Mexico (MX)

29. Google Netherlands (NL)

30. Google New Zealand (NZ)

31. Google Norway (NO)

32. Google Philippines (PH)

33. Google Poland (PL)

34. Google Portugal (PT)

35. Google Romania (RO)

36. Google Russia (RU)

37. Google Singapore (SG)

38. Yahoo Singapore (SG)

39. Google South Africa (ZA)

40. Google Spain (ES)

41. Google Sweden (SE)

42. Google Switzerland (CH)

43. Google Turkey (TR)

44. Bing United Kingdom (UK)

45. Google United Kingdom (UK)

46. Yahoo United Kingdom (UK)

47. Bing USA

48. Google USA

49. Yahoo USA


I believe no other keyword research tool supports more countries than KeywordSpy! It's really a worldwide domination, it can even track ad copies in different languages other than English, just look at this ads with Chinese characters here:



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