Writers and search marketers need struggle no longer for article ideas. A new free keyword tool suggests great content ideas based on what people are looking for on search engines.

London, UK (Econsultancy) April 13th, 2011: Wordtracker has launched a free keyword tool - Keyword Questions - which suggests great content ideas for writers, bloggers and search marketers, based on the questions that people are asking online.

Keyword research is an essential first step in creating new content. The new app has been designed to allow writers quickly and easily to find and brainstorm content ideas.

"You can get thousands of ideas from the questions people are typing into search engines. Answer those questions and you're likely to attract traffic to your site," Mal Darwen, Wordtracker's product manager says.

"Keywords are simply the words people use when they search. Incorporate those words into your website copy and you're more likely to appear at the top of search engines' results," Darwen continued.

"Bloggers and writers loved the beta version of Keyword Questions. So we added more ways of generating content ideas. As well as questions, writers can brainstorm using popular search terms, connected ideas, and random suggestions" he added.

Read more about Keyword Questions at http://www.wordtracker.com/blog/keyword-questions-developments

Keyword Questions is at www.freekeywords.wordtracker.com/keyword-questions

For further information on Wordtracker and their services please contact:

Julie McNamee
E: julie@wordtracker.com
T: +44 (0)20 7485 5225

Notes

Wordtracker is a privately owned business that provides services for search engine marketing professionals and website owners worldwide.

The Wordtracker Academy, launched in May 2006, is dedicated to helping websites achieve success and profitability online. The Wordtracker Academy publishes expert articles, case studies, e-books and tips and tricks that help people maximize their ROI from keyword research and search marketing.

Published on: 4:31PM on 13th April 2011