Networkers Let us GO Fishing for Leads


The first thing that I noticed when I got onto the small boat at the Nickerie river in Suriname, was the cleanliness and order of the boat. The skipper in charge had all of the rods, upright, with their lines neatly tucked away, in holders. The holders were made out of piping, about 30cm long, which had been welded to the side of the boat. For me it was a very special designed boat.

A simple, inexpensive aid had made me sit up and pay attention. This skipper thought about his customers, and this device left a strong impression. We then got a very short lecture on safety, checked we had our life jackets on, and off we went. Fishing with my friends. The cool box had our special drinks on board.

Finding the target market
About minutes later, the skipper stopped the boat, and told us we should find some Curaaz here. He explained that the lures on the hooks looked just like what Curaaz wanted to eat. It certainly was not something I would have fancied!

He explained that through his experience and the help of a little sonar gadget on his boat, that he knew there was a shoal of fish below. We all slung our rods over the side and dropped our lines, looking to catch the Curaaz.

Reeling in the sale
Now I don’t know about you, but this was totally new to some of us. I wound up the line frantically, as soon as I felt a tug, and hey presto, there were three fish dangling off the hooks. I started flailing about, one jumped off before I even got it in over the side, and when I was trying to reel it in the final bit I lost another one. The one that I got in, I lost down the gutter when I finally got it off the hook.

The skipper explained to me, that once a fish took the bait, I should give a quick tug on the rod, to make sure it was firmly hooked. I should then take my time, to reel it in. Secure the rod in the holder, with the fish hanging over the bucket and deal with them one by one – I did, and I ended up with 14 Curaaz fish, which delighted me, as I had set a target of 10, since one of my friends had caught 9 on his first time catching Curaaz.

So what are the lessons for marketing – if you are still with me, and have not already got most of them, here they are in business speak;
1. Set goals and targets that are realistic, and based on some valid foundation or research.
2. Have simple procedures set up, to make it easy to operate and for your customers to conduct business with you.
3. Speak in your prospects language, about what they want – it’s a bit like the fish bait, unlikely that strawberries and cream will catch many mackerel! Curaaz does not eat fruits.So once again put the right bait.
4. Once you know what your prospects like, find out where they are, do some research and target them accordingly – as in our example, not much point in putting down the exact bait in a shoal of Curaaz.
5. Once you get your customers attention, or have a lead, qualify it, and ensure you follow up at all time to close the sale. Again the use of a good sales process is essential here.

The bottom line, if you know what problems or desires your customers have, and you can solve or fulfill these, while providing value for money, you will always be a winner.

And if you don’t know the answer to that question, go ask the people who have already bought from you – they do!

I really hope that you are ready to start fishing effectively from now after reading this article. KEEP FISHING FOR LEADS THE RIGHT AND EFFECTIVE WAY(S).



The Waldorf Principle Networkers Like You Can Use to Grow More


The way to the top with people is by serving them extravagantly and sacrificially.  A simple clerk did this for Mr. Waldorf, and the rich tycoon returned to make that clerk his first hotel manager in New York.  People expect good service from leaders.  They are surprised when we serve them sacrificially.

One stormy night many years ago, an elderly man and his wife entered the lobby of a small hotel in Philadelphia.  Trying to get out of the rain, the couple approached the front desk hoping to get some shelter for the night.

“We’d like a room, please,” they husband requested.  The clerk, a friendly man with a winning smile, looked at the couple and explained that there were three conventions in town.  “All of our rooms are taken,” the clerk said.  “But I can’t send a nice couple like you out in the rain at one o’clock in the morning.  Would you perhaps be willing to sleep in my room?  It’s not exactly a suite, but it will be good enough to make you folks comfortable for the night.”

When the couple declined, the clerk insisted.  “Don’t worry about me; I’ll make out just fine,” he told them.  So the couple agreed to spend the night in his room.  As he paid his bill the next morning, the elderly man said to the clerk, “You’re an exceptional man.  Finding people who are both friendly and helpful is rare these days.  You are the kind of manager who should be the boss of the best hotel in the United States.  Maybe someday I’ll build one for you.”

Two years passed.  The clerk was still managing the hotel in Philly when he received a letter from the old man.  It recalled that stormy night and enclosed was a round-trip ticket to New York, asking the young  man to pay him a visit.

The old man met him in New York, and led him to the corner of Fifth Avenue and 34th Street.  He then pointed to a great new building there, a palace of reddish stone, with turrets and watchtowers thrusting up to the sky.  “That,” he said, “is the hotel I’d like you to manage.”

That old man’s name was William Waldorf Astor, and the magnificent structure was the original Waldorf-Astoria Hotel.  The clerk who became the first manager was George C. Boldt.  This young clerk never foresaw how his simple act of sacrificial service would lead him to become the manager of one of the world’s most glamorous hotels.

The way to the top with people is not just through service.  It’s through extravagant, sacrificial service.  When someone goes out of their way to help you, it makes all the difference in the world.

It’s the difference between getting a grumpy, inattentive waitress verus a professional, friendly server who you actually enjoy talking to and who allows a special order to fit your tastes.

It’s the difference between calling customer support and plowing through automated menus versus being instantly connected to a live person who goes out of their way to help.

It’s the difference between having a professor who just tolerates your questions versus having one who spends extra time and goes the extra mile to help you really grasp the material.

When others do their very best to serve us, their influence increases.  We don’t look down on them for serving us.  On the contrary, our respect level for them rises.  We’re often so impressed that we start considering ways we can serve them in return!  Their attitude and initiative is attractive.  As I discuss this with people, few disagree with the idea.  However, many don’t buy it.  Most don’t serve others this way because they fear being looked down upon.  They struggle with pride.  They feel serving others creates a view of them that is lower; after all – those at the top are being served!  Let me play a little game with you to show how wrong this assumption is.

Question: In your past, who has served you more than anyone else in the world?  The answer for most of us is our mother.  Moms usually do anything to serve their kids.  Now, think about this.  Do you think LESS of your mother for serving you, or MORE of her?  My guess is, your  love and respect for her goes up when she sacrificially serves.

It’s no different with us.  When we serve others, our influence increases as well.  My friend Zig Ziglar is famous for saying, “You can have everything in life you want if you just help enough people get what they want!”  It’s true.  He’s one of the most humble servant-leaders I’ve ever met, and he’s at the top of his field.

He’s not the only one.  Most of the great leaders I’ve run across have embraced the Waldorf Principle.  Case in point:  When Michael Eisner was CEO of Disney, his job description included “trash collecting.”  Just imagine, the CEO of a billion dollar organization, picking up trash at his own theme park.  Think about the kind of effect that must have had on his employees.  He could have just ordered someone else to do it.

It’s ironic.  You’d think that true influence would come through force – ordering others around and letting people know you’re the boss.  But just the opposite is true.  Real influence comes through humbly serving others.  It’s one of the greatest leadership paradoxes in existence.

Paths of Power

There are all sorts of ways you can go about achieving influence.  Some of them are better than others.   Take a look at the following list and see if you an identify which model you use most.  I’ve ordered from worst to best.

7. Force: People follow because they feel threatened and are overpowered.  They move unwillingly, and are quick to rebel if given the chance.  Unhealthy governments do this.  It’s the worst path to power.

6. Manipulation: People follow you because you coerce them.  You use words to trick them and back them into a corner.  They have no choice.  Folks resent being used and quickly seek a healthier environment.

5. Intimidation: People follow you because they are afraid not to.  They feel emotionally bullied by you and obey because they want to avoid being fired, hurt, embarrassed, ect…  This is the third worst path and is often used when quick action is needed.

4. Exchange: This is the most common path to power we use.  People follow you because you can do something for them.  Both parties receive something: you work; your boss pays you.  This path works, but it’s still temporal.  It’s over when one party finds a better deal.

3. Persuasion: People follow you because they are moved to cooperation.  They agree because of the ideas or incentives, which you provide.  This path now utilizes verbal expression, which makes others want to follow you.  Persuasion means “through sweetness.”

2. Motivation: People will follow you because you create excitement.  Your cause and your passion move others to action.  People willingly go where they would not have gone themselves.  This is an even better approach, but still not the best.

1. Honor: People follow you because you honor them through service.  You and your followers have a mutual respect for each other.  Others submit because you’ve earned their esteem.  This is the best path and the longest lasting form of leadership.  It earns fierce loyalty and commitment as a result.

Think again about the night that George Boldt served Mr. Waldorf and his wife.  He didn’t know who they were.  He didn’t see what they could give him in return one day.  He just honored anyone who came through the door.  And—he won them over.  When you take the path of honor your influence increases.  Even if you don’t have a formal leadership position at your school or work, you can still influence others.  Martin Luther King Jr. once said, “Everybody can be great…because anybody an serve.  You don’t have to have a college degree to serve.  You don’t have to make your subject and verb agree to serve.  You only need a heart full of grace.  A soul generated by love.”

The Waldorf Principle reminds leaders that the way to greatness is through sacrifical and extravagant service.  In November, 2005, Oprah Winfrey honored some people who practiced this principle, following Hurricane Katrina.  After that natural disaster, thousands of victims were displaced, without a home or food.  Many Americans left their own comfort to serve them—at times at great expense.  Mary Burnham was a nurse who wanted to serve the victims in Louisiana.  Her hospital wouldn’t give her time off to do it.  So, she quit her job.  Serving the less fortunate was more important to her.  Ryan Devin left Chicago to serve folks after the hurricane.  How did he pay for his trip?  He sold his World Series tickets—the tickets to watch his own Chicago White Sox play in a world Series they hadn’t been to in more than 80 years!  He had never missed a game in thirty years.  Extravagant?  Sacrificial?  You bet.  But if you want to connect with others, be a servant to them.  Forcing influence always backfires.  Earning influence through honor always pays off.  Remember the simple clerk, Mr. Boldt, and take the path of a servant leader.


How to Start, Online Banking for Yourself/Business


Hello Folks,

We at are thanking everybody for their positive suggestions/ideas etc etc.One of our visitors Andy Kartonidjojo triggered our team to write a blog regarding online banking. For those who doesn’t know Andy exist in this world, we like to inform you that he is a very positive minded entrepreneur in Suriname, South America.Anyway you can follow him on his active Facebook/Twitter account. Let us roll back to Online banking where the world is moving billions of money digitally.

Online banking is about managing your money online. You can certainly save trips to the branch, view account balances, and move money between accounts, but you can also do much more. When you go electronic, you can do even more than you’d get done at a branch (often with better rates), and in some cases, you’ll use non-bank services or apps with even more to offer.

On this page, we’ll cover how to start banking online, and how to complete common tasks such as paying bills, depositing checks with your mobile device, earning interest on a free checking account, borrowing money, and more.

How to Bank Online
If you’re just getting started, there are two ways to bank online: use your existing bank, or open a new account (possibly with an online-only bank).

Existing bank: if you already have a bank account, you’re halfway there. Almost every bank or credit union offers online banking – you just haven’t used it yet. At a minimum, it’s a good idea to use your bank’s app or website, and it might also be worth looking into online-only banks.

To start banking online using your existing account, you’ll need to sign up for electronic services. In most cases, that’s just a matter of going to the bank’s website, looking for “Online Banking” or something similar, and clicking “Register” when asked for a username and password. If you use mobile devices, you can do everything there instead – just download your bank’s app and register for a username and password.

If the process is confusing for you, don’t hesitate to call (or visit) your bank and ask somebody to walk you through the process.

They are eager to get you online because you’ll handle routine service requests on your own and you’ll use up less staff time in the future. Really, they’ll be glad to help you figure out the system.

Opening a new account: if you don’t have a bank account anywhere (or you’re going to open an account at an online-only bank), it’s time to open one.
Having your own account allows you to save a lot of time and money, and you’ll be even better off if you bank online. First, you’ll need to decide if you want to use an online-only bank (which does not have any physical branches). Online-only banks are more likely to offer higher rates on savings accounts and free checking. However, physical branches offer valuable services that you can’t get from an internet-only bank.

The good news is that you can do both: use an account at a brick-and-mortar bank or credit union and open an account at an online-only bank. Internet banks are almost always free accounts (assuming you don’t bounce checks or overdraw your account) so it shouldn’t cost you anything extra.

If you want to start banking online, you might as well start by opening your account online. Most banks now allow you to complete your application entirely online (read about how that works – it’s easy).

Need ideas on where to open an account? It’s best to research and find a bank that really meets your needs.

Things you can do Online

Once you’re up and running, it’s time to start using your account. You can keep it simple if you like and just view your account balances, and if you’re comfortable you can move on to more advanced tasks.

Pay bills: one of the earliest (and most useful) features of online banking is free online bill payment. Instead of writing checks and mailing in payments, you can have your bank do all of that for you – plus you’ll save stamps.

Earn more: online banks are a great place for your savings. Most online accounts pay more than traditional brick and mortar accounts, and internet-only accounts pay the best rates (typically with no fees or minimum account balances).

Free checking (possibly with interest): it’s getting harder to find free checking accounts at brick-and-mortar banks, but free checking is the norm at online banks. In fact, an online bank might even pay you interest on the cash in your checking account.

Deposit checks: if you’ve got a mobile device with a camera, you can probably use it to deposit checks into your account – any time of day or night. You don’t need to find the time to make a trip to the branch or wait for the mail to deliver those checks to your bank.

Send money: need to pay a friend for your share of dinner? There are several easy ways to send money to somebody without writing a check or digging up exact change. Some banks offer services for making payments, while other services (think PayPal) simply act as a front-end and access your bank account.

Borrow money: in addition to deposit accounts (like chacking and savings accounts), you can also borrow online. Traditional banks let you fill out applications, and newer online lenders make borrowing completely different– it’s easier to get approved, faster, and less expensive to borrow.

Staying Safe

Online banking makes life easier, but it also makes a few things easier for thieves.

Fortunately, you’re probably safer when you take your finances online. Security features are extremely strong, and you don’t have to worry about old-fashioned techniques like stealing mail and forging checks. In fact, the U.S. Government encourages everybody to receive Social Security via direct deposit, in part to reduce fraud.

The main threat to your account is you – think twice before you provide information to anybody. Remember that your bank will never contact you and ask you for your account number, Social Security Number, password, or PIN . Those requests are almost always phishing scams. As long as you keep your devices up to date (including operating system updates, spyware and malware programs, and antivirus protection), you’ll be immune to most threats.

If your account is affected by fraud or errors, there’s a decent chance that you’ll be protected (in your personal accounts – your business accounts are another matter). But you have to notify your bank quickly to get MAXIMUM protection.

With this blog we at BLOGZYNERGY are hoping that you are now ripe enough to start doing online banking activities. Save time and money with online banking.

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The Network Marketing High Income Formula

Want to be a mega-earner in network marketing? You’ll need these three qualities: Leadership, Innovation, and Commitment.

Network Marketing rewards its leaders handsomely. The leaders are the ones who are willing to hold conference calls, offer their homes for meetings, or become corporate trainers. Leaders help and teach others how to be successful (regardless if they are downline, crossline, or in another opportunity).

Leaders will always have a home in this industry, because every single company CEO, and every top producer, wants a leader in their organization.

Network Marketing rewards innovators handsomely. I remember when I was introduced to the NEW THW Global business.Thousands of people rolled in, but the same people turn backwards became pessimists that it is not a business. So far you also have positive minded members who are pushing forward, because they know it is an opportunity and a long road to success. I am reading daily how people talk negative about MLM, but they don’t do a good research before they start posting nonsense. To all these kind of people i like to say the innovators who started with this kind of business are smart thinkers and they will succeed very soon.The Doom thinkers will then run behind the actions. Take your own eyes, be on sharp and witness what will roll out.

The next innovation is just waiting to be brought to the market. History has shown that if you are innovative, you will be richly rewarded.

Network Marketing rewards commitment handsomely. If you plan on giving up after hearing no a couple of times, or if you feel you’re done recruiting after you get your first couple of people in (like the average person), then quit now. The average person in this industry does not make money — they lose money. Why? They are not committed to being successful. They are not willing to do whatever it takes. And being committed to doing whatever it takes is what is necessary to be successful in this industry.

There is no such thing as “Fast Money” in network marketing. Have you heard any of these? “No cold calling.” “No selling.” “Work a couple hours a week..” “Retire in two to three years.” All Lies!

Lifetime residual income is not built over a few months. It takes years to build a retirement income. Hard work. Polished selling skills. Consistency. Persistence. You must be committed to these basic values to achieve success.

So pick your poison, or embrace all three. The qualities of leadership, innovation, and commitment are paramount to your success in network marketing and life.



The Marketing Roller Coaster


Hello Entrepreneurs………

Ever hear someone say “Don’t listen to them! They just want to take you on a roller coaster ride!”

Many people who care about you and your well being will say something to this effect when you are provided with a business opportunity online. It is a way to deter you from joining up but what does it mean?

A roller coaster provides anxiety building climbs, adrenaline pumping falls and exhilarating twists and turns. Half the time one is unsure which direction they are going and after all the ups and downs and twists and turns they find themselves back where they started.

Like a roller coaster there are times when business is slow and times when things seem to be overwhelming fast. However, the scariest part is that no one wants to end up where they started with their business. Starting up a business costs money too, so if you end up where you started you are actually at a loss.

This is what upsets people. No one wants to put themselves through such a stressful event and come out with less than what they put in! It is true that the aim of a roller coaster is to provide some exciting entertainment, but a business is viewed as a very serious money making system. If you don’t make money then the business experience is considered a total waste.

But it is exactly this mentality that prevents people from succeeding in life. Money cannot buy happiness. If you’re only goal is to make money then every drop, climb and twist in your business will be felt doubly. It will consume you. To a person with this state of mind every missed chance at a sale is a disheartening loss and reason to give up.

It’s like wishing a roller coaster ride was over as you climb into the seat. Your goal is to have fun but if you are too fearful of the ups and downs then when you get to the end you’ve missed the point of taking the roller coaster! Many people get off at the end and say “I’ll never do that again!”

The same can be said for a home business. If you wish you had all the money before you even started your business then you are missing the point of having money. Why did you want to join a business? Most people say for the money but then why would you want money? Many people who start up their businesses do not need it to survive but rather to gain luxuries in their lives. Sure you could buy that new car or house but why does that make you happy?

It is for the status. It is for the experience; for a sense of freedom and accomplishment. Money does not buy all of these things for you but rather it is the time and energy you have spent taking on the roller coaster.
If you start up a business with the sole intent to make money then you will end up like the other 95% of internet based businesses that fail. The most successful people take heed of the advice, “Watch out, they want to take you on a roller coaster ride.” and expect that there will be ups and downs but they have fun with them. Even if they do not make money they learn from their experiences and apply the knowledge they learn. In real life there are ups and downs to everything and it is the way one deals with these ups and downs that determines the quality of their lives.

Money is only a symbol of one’s real goals. It is an illusion born from materialism that blinds so many people from the roller coaster ride that is their life; from the roller coaster that is their business. It makes every twist and every turn more frightening and overwhelming. Do not become blind and miss the ride because sometimes the journey is more important than its end.



Designing your sales funnel is not difficult


Sales funnel is the pathway that captures sales prospects and moves them from awareness of your product to interest, desire and ultimately the sale. Here’s the way to create a sales funnel for your company.

One of the most important things to do as a business owner, and sadly one of the things that many small business owners neglect, is to create a sales funnel.If you’re not familiar with that term, a sales funnel is your plan for leading prospects from the “I don’t know you” stage to the “let’s do business” stage. It doesn’t just happen. You have to figure out how to identify prospects, qualify them, and then lead them to the sale.

Think about how a funnel is shaped. It’s wide on one end and narrow on the other. The wide end “catches” the liquid you pour into it and then gravity pulls that liquid through the narrow end, leaving behind the residue of unqualified particles. That’s a crude analogy, but it does help us understand the sales process a little more clearly.

How to Identify FRESH Prospects

The first step in the sales process is identifying prospects. The goal is to drive interested parties into the wide end of your sales funnel so that you can qualify them as good prospects or identify them as “unwanted residue.”

First, begin by defining your ideal customer. It helps if you draw a sketch.

Create a questionnaire for yourself that identifies the problems your ideal customer has. For instance, if you run a flower shop, you may have a questionnaire that looks something like this:

  1. Do they know someone who is getting married?
  2. Did someone they know recently pass away?
  3. Are they romantically involved with anyone at this time?
  4. Are they allergic to certain types of flowers?

You’ll have to come up with your own list of qualifying questions. You’re not going to share this questionnaire with anyone; it’s merely for your planning benefit. The goal here is to to find out your perfect clients needs and wild desires. Few people buy flowers for weddings/birthdays, so you may want to identify people who are getting married or know someone who is getting married, or people who will celebrate their birthday(s).


Free SEO Tools


SEO (Search Engine Optimization)

There are a number of free seo tools which should be a part of any site owners toolkit. These tools provide site owners with valuable information to help them improve their search engine rankings and attract more visitors and business.

Let’s look at 10 of these free seo tools:

  1. Google’s keyword research tools allow you to use keywords that customers are using when looking for a product. The tool has a number of search options from searching for keyword ideas using a combination of keywords, a web site and categories to comparing statistics for your keywords and filtering results by search volume (global monthly searches etc.) and competition types.
  2. The Google analytics tool tracks how visitors are getting to your site and lets you analyze your traffic data. This tool will help you focus and write better-targeted ads, strengthen your marketing initiatives and create higher converting websites.
  3. InboundWriter is a new online tool that helps you optimize web content for search engines. The free version lets you optimize up to eight documents per month in search results. It helps you discover profitable keywords you’ve been missing out on and track rankings of your website for multiple keywords in all major search engines.
  4. SEO ToolSet by Buce Clay Inc. has multiple free tools. The Search Engine Optimization/KSP Tool measures a keyword’s popularity by showing daily approximations of how often each keyword is searched in the major search engines, derived from monthly statistics. Use the Page Analyzer tool to research the competition.  After you have found out who your competition is, see how many unique pages are ranked in the top ten in the major search engines. Then compare it with how many pages you have
  5. MultiRank Checker by  is great to check the Google page rank and the Alexa ranking of multiple urls.
  6. SEO for Firefox by  is good for a quick overview of many parameters including keyword density analysis, keyword suggestions and statistics,  page comparison and link checking.
  7. Google Optimizer, Google’s free web site testing and optimization tool, allows you to increase the value of your existing web sites and traffic. Use Website Optimizer to test and optimize site content and design. You can quickly and easily increase revenue and ROI whether you’re new to marketing or an expert
  8. Google Webmaster Central ensures that your site is search engine friendly. It will identify various issues, such as broken links, malware, crawling issues, etc., as well as providing data on search engine indexing and search traffic.
  9. Hootsuite is a social media tool which will help you to monitor keywords, manage multiple Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Foursquare, and WordPress profiles and schedule messages.

Feel very free to share some more tools in the comments so everyone is updated what is going on in SEO landscape. Thumbs up for you all in advanced.




No website can reach it’s true potential without Search Engine Optimization (SEO). Very rarely can a website stand out among the crowd, without focused effort and deliberate planning. Simply put, if you want the pages on your website(s) to reach their maximum potential, you’ll need to have them optimized correctly.

On top of that, you probably want to know that the money your invest will have a return. Copypanthers/WordApp is all about making sure that your investment is ROI positive and trackable over time.

SEO involves hard work – No shortcuts!

Many people come to the problem of SEO content generation thinking, “There’s gotta be an easier way!” SEO involves tricks to improve search positions. There are two ways it is done.

  • On site  SEO – The best organized website ranks high on searches. Careful website management keeping in view the essentials of  SEO will help to rank higher. Proper structuring of website and titles and good URL structure are a few tips to rank high.
  • Off site  SEO – The other and more subtle way is to market your website. This can be done in many ways like (1) Incoming links to the website and (2) Social media presence. These ways will help the website to rank higher as per search engine analytics.

Free SEO content generator tools which are there on the web help in optimizing the website. There are number of platforms which are really amazing. Here we will talk about a few more useful ones. These free SEO content generator tools are used by most professionals. They are useful to learn the techniques of search engine optimization as well.

3 free SEO content generator tools

These tools help to create amazing SEO contents. No, they cannot produce texts but can help optimize them. They provide different kind of support in developing good SEO content.

  1. Google keyword planner – To access this free SEO content generator a Google Adwords account is required. (a) Create a Google Adwords account (b) After creating the Google Adwords account, login to the account. (c)In the toolbar “Tools and Analysis” you will find the Keyword Planner.(d) Four different tools are available in the planner – (1) Search for new keyword and ad groups ideas (2) Get search volume for a list of keywords or group them into ad groups (3) Get traffic estimates for a list of keywords and (4) Multiply keyword lists to get new keyword ideas. Out of the 4 available options (1), (2) and (4) for getting the right keyword to include in your content. You can learn more about this tool here. This tool helps you know exactly what needs to be included in the content to make it stand out. It is one of the best free SEO content generator tools which can help to generate great content.
  2. Facebook Insights – Almost everyone has a Facebook account for social loafing. But very few know about this amazing analytical tool. This free SEO content generator tool helps to fashion the content so that it becomes popular on social platforms. This tool examines a wide range of sources of data and your popularity score on Facebook. Being popular on social media is a requirement for being successful in business. This tutorial explains in detail how you can use this tool for your benefit. This free SEO content generator tool helps to generate content which is sure to perform well in the niche you are doing business in.
  3. Wordtracker free keyword tool – It is a free SEO content generator tool that helps you find out the questions being asked on the web. The tools help to find out what are the top keywords and connections to similar keywords. It has four different tools – (1) Keyword Questions (2) Keyword Connections (3) Random matches and (4) Top Keywords. These tools will help in knowing the most important factor of SEO “keyword.

When used together the above three tools give amazing results and they are free. There are many other tools which can be used online, but these give excellent results.