SEOggestor
SEOggestor
1.2

2.5

SEOggestor free download for Mac

SEOggestor

1.2
25 July 2013

Optimize your site for search engines.

Overview

The SEOggestor can really help you while optimizing a site for search engines. As you know, during the process of SEO, a site is being made relevant to particular keyword combinations. Most of the search engines have the feature called: "keyword suggest". Immediately when starting to type in the search bar, you are offered with different suggestions. That is where the secret of "How to drive more traffic to my site" hides. Optimize for these suggestions and the success will be yours. Save yourself a lot of efforts and time and don't study all the search engines separately. Simply use the SEOggestor, which will show all you need in seconds. With it you can see what
  • Google
  • Bing
  • Amazon
  • Yahoo
  • Yandex
  • YouTube
would suggest to you. Do no hesitate any more, but try it right NOW! It is FREE!

What's new in SEOggestor

Version 1.2:
  • Fixed change in Google results

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2 SEOggestor Reviews

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Until it is available outside of the dreaded appstore, I'll wait for others to tell me if it's worth it. I've seen too many of these SEO helpers that are pretty much all the same and don't go deep enough to call themselves SEO utilities.
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Version 1.0
Chachafance
29 January 2013
Geez, I just want to know about the app - not how to properly use the term luddite. Can anyone offer some insight?
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Version 1.11
Until it is available outside of the dreaded appstore, I'll wait for others to tell me if it's worth it. I've seen too many of these SEO helpers that are pretty much all the same and don't go deep enough to call themselves SEO utilities.
Like (2)
Version 1.0
5 answer(s)
Chas-m
Chas-m
06 July 2012
Yes, the Mac App Store is sooo dreaded ... oh wait it's not. It's a lovely, convenient, inexpensive and useful way to get Mac apps. Doesn't replace developer websites at all, just makes life easier for small operations so they can focus on working on the program. Why people have this paranoid delusion about the MAS is quite beyond me, but good luck with the luddite lifestyle!
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anonymous-dingo-653
anonymous-dingo-653
06 July 2012
How pathetic, Chas... do you even know what a luddite really is? Obviously not by the way you misused the term, even in a pathetic exaggeration. I've seen 12 of 15 private developer sites go fallow since the AppStore... which is now approaching the same glut of dreck that has overtaken Google Apps, now Google Play. There's little convenience in having to wade through all of that. And inexpensive doesn't mean "Good." Still waiting for someone to talk about the actually application.
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Owltech
Owltech
07 July 2012
Actually, Chas-m did use the term correctly.
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anonymous-dingo-653
anonymous-dingo-653
07 July 2012
@Owitech No, Chas didn't. http://oxforddictionaries.com/definition/american_english/Luddite?region=us&q=luddite In a modern context as well, a luddite is someone against the use of most electric / powered machinery that replaces the use of personal / manual power. An example from my world / professional would be someone who sticks to a manual typewriter vs. and electric or especially a computer / word processor. The AppStore has nothing to do with technology as a primary consideration; it is primarily a commercial model difference not a technological one. I am an author, and an ex-IT partner / specialist, and an ex-college English teacher. On all counts, was so far off the mark, let alone worthless as a common, that was ludicrous and offer nothing viable to the conversation. And as yet, neither of you have offered anything concerning the actual software, unto itself or as a product comparison.
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Dualie
Dualie
02 February 2013
And what nuggets of insight have you offered, JCH2, "concerning the actual software, unto itself or as a product comparison."? You seem more concerned with lecturing, quibbling over orthology, and blowing your own horn than actually adding anything relevant.
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2.5

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later
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