Keyword Winner is a WordPress plugin that provides targeted keywords and SEO stats. According to their site it takes less than a minute to research keywords and only 3 hours to rank high in google. They even guarantee that you will get 1st page for highly searched, non competitive headlines. Take a look at

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By Jeremy Schoemaker

Jeremy "ShoeMoney" Schoemaker is the founder & CEO of ShoeMoney Media Group, and to date has sold 6 companies and done over 10 million in affiliate revenue. In 2013 Jeremy released his #1 International Best selling Autobiography titled "Nothing's Changed But My Change" - The ShoeMoney Story. You can read more about Jeremy on his wikipedia page here.

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  1. Getting 1st page for highly searched keywords sounds a little over-promising… Well… I might still give it a try… Just in case.
    It could give a good push for my recently launched blog…

    1. I’m a bit sceptical about that too. But I’ve always believed in the usefulness of keywords. All in all I think this is an offer worth checking out.

        1. Me too. I’ve set up a blog to promote my online flower shop so this might help. Seems like a good investment.

    2. There really must be something to it for him to overpromise that much. Sounds pretty convincing to me.

  2. Awesome stuff! The man behind Keyword Winner, Dan Lew, is a great marketer and and all around great guy. He’s got an awesome blog too about online marketing. I’m really looking forward to Keyword Winner version 2.0. It will be huge.

    1. Can you please share the link to the blog? I’d like to learn more about online marketing so I’m trying to build a list of go-to sites.

    2. I wonder what other awesome features and functions he’s added to 2.0. Is there an exact date already for the launch?

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    1. Thanks for the heads-up! Sounds like a good investment. I’m definitely going to give it a try!

    2. That’s why I follow this blog. I’ve come across some really useful stuff since I started following. Looking forward to more.

  4. I`m using this plugin and are so far pleased with it. Looking forward to Keyword Winner 2.0 🙂

    1. How long’s the license for? A year? What if I get a single site service now and decide to use it for multiple sites later?

    2. Is it easy to install? I tried to install a wp plug-in a while back and had some problems with it.

    3. It used to take ages for me to come up with a list of keywords that are low competition. When I used this plugin, I was able to spend more time on writing posts than the keyword research itself.

  5. Keyword Winner looks like a good product, even John Chow uses it I see! I am getting really pissed off at the Google Adwords Keyword Tool, it never works!

    1. Looks like a great plugin. I am reading a lot of good reviews about this lately. Should be interesting what 2.0 has to offer.

  6. It’s a shame the guy doing the video commentary on that site is so bleeding boring. He makes me want to jump off a bridge, not target low comp keywords & make $$. Get someone with some excitement who can read copy & people will get fired up about this product. Just my 2 cnts.

    1. Daniel is a wonderful man filled with amazing vision and talent. His voice is beside the point; it is the product itself that we want. And, Keyword Winner has truly pushed my website WAY UP on Google; this plugin is worth every dime and more. I highly recommend it to anyone who uses WordPress. I love it and can’t wait for 2.0.

    2. I agree! A little more excitement wouldn’t hurt. The video’s 11 minutes+ long. The least he could do is infuse a little bit of excitement to what appears like a great product anyway.

      1. There’s a contest or something? Where’d you get the info? I have to sign up as an affiliate to join, is that correct?

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  8. ..thx for this article..a have small buisiness..dan ahave i can get no 1 keyword in google for my busisinees..thx a lot

  9. I am using Keyword Winner and really like it, I also can’t wait till 2.0 which will be coming out on 1st of March!

    1. Is it really possible to rank high in Google in 3 hours? I’ve been doing some keyword research work on my blog posts for a few months now but I’m not seeing any noticeable changes. I’m probably using the wrong keywords, eh?

      1. Haven’t heard of anything like that before. I guess there’s really no way of knowing but to try if it works as they say it does.

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  11. So, by targeting headlines with low competition I’d be able to see higher ranking results within 3 hours? Not bad! Count me in!

  12. I’ve been looking for ways to increase the effectiveness of my website so this couldn’t have come at a better time. I’m not at all familiar with keyword research so this could make the task easier for me. Hopefully, I’ll be able to generate more traffic and start with my next plan, which is to monetize the site.

    1. Nothing beats great content. If you could deliver fresh, relevant, unique content then your site has a greater chances of attracting the audience you’re targeting.

      1. I’m not familiar with how this works but it looks interesting. I’m thinking of giving it a try.

  13. I read an article last year that says more than 70% of search engine users report visiting organic search daily. If I recall correctly, the study was conducted by Forester Research. Considering that it’s a cheaper way to promote an online business or product, it’s definitely worth the time and effort. Improving your site’s rankings is important IMHO.

    1. Good point. But I don’t think it’s wise to rely on natural search alone since it generates low to moderate traffic only especially if your site’s not that up high on the rankings. It’s still best to explore paid search alongside it even if it’s more costly. At least you’ll be looking at a higher traffic stats.

      1. Sounds like a better approach. Will keep that in mind when I launch the online business I’m currently working on.

    2. This is good if you don’t have the budget yet to run PPC ads. But it takes a while to see the results you want. It’s best to try other means to drive traffic as well.

    3. I invest both on PPC and SEO. The former yields moderate to high traffic for a short period of time to my website while I noticed that the latter has a more long term impact. If you’re in a hurry to drive traffic then it’s best to invest on PPC.

    1. DIY SEO made easy. I’ve read some reviews and I have to say a lot are leaning towards the pros of this plugin.

  14. If you don’t have the budget for outsourcing SEO then this service could be extremely helpful. I do keyword research for my travel blog. It’s often tedious and time-consuming. Hopefully with this, I could focus on writing the post instead of spending hours on end doing the research.

    1. This sure is a great platform to have a business promoted. Way to go, Shoe! Looking forward to more of your interesting posts!

      1. Apart from sending you the shirt, Jeremy, is there any other requirements I should know about if I want my website featured on Free Shirt Friday?

  15. Great! I could use this tool to get more traffic. Is there a discount deal I could avail?

  16. Impressive list of IMs that’ll be supporting the 2.0 launch! I’m now thinking of signing up for the affiliate program.

    1. I’ll just sign up after the 2.0 launch. Have you given it a try, Jeremy? What’s your 2 cents on this?

  17. “75% of search engine users report that they trust organic search results over paid search results.” – It’s said that statistics don’t lie. Not sure if that’s true but 75% is a substantial number. If the right keyword can help your site get at the top of search results then it’s worth investing on.

    1. Well, this could mean I won’t have to look for a talented organic search engine optimization expert to help me increase my site’s rankings.

    2. Just make sure that you don’t focus on one track alone. I agree that optimizing highly searched keywords can help improve rankings but it’s not the sole solution to getting more traffic.

  18. Keyword(s)/keyword phrases for paid search is too pricey, which is why I don’t often get the best ones. But I have to admit it’s a quicker way to drive traffic. Hope this tool can help me.

    1. So to sum up what I’ve read so far, this plugin provides keyword competition values and search trends while you’re writing your post as well as suggestions for low competition titles. Cool. It sure could come handy.

  19. Seems like a simple, straightforward tool that anyone can use. This is good especially for those like me who are just starting out.

  20. Great site! I haven’t watched the video yet but I read some of the testimonials already. I’d say it could be worth a shot.

  21. I’ve found several useful resources from your Free Shirt Friday since I started following your blog. Looking forward to more interesting posts!

  22. Overdeliver. Interesting strategy. I’m looking at the affiliate programs and I must say I’m really considering signing up for this.

    1. Underpromise, overdeliver. That’s one way of making customers happy. I’m not sure about overpromising though unless of course you’re confident that you can back it up.

    1. Looks awesome. I’m using Scribe. Do you recommend KeyWord Winner over Scribe or is it pretty much the same type of plugin?

  23. I think the best secret is that you know what people are looking for + the amount of searches for that keyword. If you could at least have these factors you’ll land on number 1 spot.

  24. I like that it pops up results as you are typing in the headline, etc. It should simplify the process of researching keywords and creating content.

    1. I’m using Keyword Winner now and it’s really an amazing tool. For those who are in a position to utilize it, it’s going to be worth it.

  25. Awesome tool. I’ve been using it for over a month. I spend less time on keyword research and instead focus on creating quality content. Worth the less than $50 investment I made.

    1. Really? I’ve heard of it before but couldn’t decide if I should give it a try. I wanted to check some reviews first. Seems like a lot of users think it’s good. It’s probably about time I should install it on my blog too.

  26. A lot of my clients are after link building, but need some help with SEO. I’ll recommend this tool to them.

  27. Thanks Shoe never heard of them but am going to download the plugin.I do more SEO than you think.

  28. I always find it hard to find the right keywords for my blog posts, especially so those I can use for the headlines. Glad to know that there’s a plugin like this I could use.

  29. I can save a lot of time in finding and analyzing keywords with this plugin. Is there a trial period for this?

    1. Ranking of keywords don’t depend solely on post titles, right? I think this plugin is a tool that can help you find the best keywords to use. But there are still other factors to consider. At the end of the day, you still have to work on the overall content.

  30. The blog post title is extremely important since it’s the headline that potential visitors see. There’s nothing like a good headline to encourage them to click through the post on your site.

  31. It sounds like something that would make blogging and SEO tasks much easier and quicker each day. Combining the two into blog post writing is indeed a good idea.

  32. Is this tool only for titles? I’m looking for something that would give me some bullet words that I could scatter in my posts.

    1. If it’s good for your headline, it should be good for the entire post. There will probably be some useful stuff from the number of suggestions you’ll get.

  33. Keyword Winner had a lot of good reviews in 2010. A WordPress SEO plugin that focuses on every aspect of the keywords themselves is indeed very useful.

    1. First time I heard about it. Good timing, actually, since I’ve just recently created a wordpress blog for a small business. I could make use this.

  34. This was recommended to me by a friend last year. It’s efficient to use for search function and so far, well worth the money I paid for it.

    1. Is there no limit as to how many sites I can use the license if I get the multi-site package?

  35. One of the advantages of being in a small niche is I have less competition. Disadvantage is less traffic searching but I am working hard to get the traffic up and it seems to be working.

    1. The nice visual display bellow your post title makes it easy to recognize where the low competition keyword with high search volume is.

  36. The speed advantage in terms of searching for the right keyword(s) is definitely a plus in my book.

    1. I like it when innovations make things much easier. This one definitely takes the cake. I enjoy blogging but I find keyword research tedious. No choice though since my blog’s my main income stream. Good to know this plugin can reduce the hours I spend doing research.

  37. Time = money. A tool that could help save time from finding keyword phrases is worth a look.

    1. I agree with that old adage saying “time is gold”. More so if you’re singlehandedly running a business. I create my own content for my business’ site so this plugin is looking like a perfect solution to getting quality research done at less the time.

      1. A seamless work process sure helps. Thankfully, you can automate a lot of stuff these days.

  38. There’s been a number of blogs writing about keyword winner. It does look like a great tool to use. I also saw in another review that the loading times for certain searches on the software might be a bit slow. Is this true?

    1. I haven’t monetized my site yet so I’m not sure if this would be a necessary investment. It might help prepare me for that track though… will see.

  39. Jeremy,

    I will definitely check this out for keywords. Thanks for the tip!!!

    And cool T-shirt Friday!

    Look forward to more of your posts!


  40. Awesome! Does it have a free trial or money-back guarantee? I like to try stuff first before I commit to buying.

  41. I’m not a techie person so what I’m interested to know is if this would be easy to install on my blog? I haven’t tried setting up WordPress plugins before so I’m not so sure if I’ll be able to set it up on my own.

    1. I hate spending money on products that don’t deliver as promised. But this plugin is looking good based from the comments I’ve seen on this thread. I’ll most likely get the newer version.

  42. Before targeting a keyword in my post, I’d be interested to know the no. of times the keyword has been searched for in a day or month. I would have to go look for this information elsewhere.

  43. This is great news! Although it’s not exactly new since it’s been around since last year… I wonder why I haven’t heard of this plugin before. I would love to have his on my wordpress site!

  44. Nice one! Judging from what I’ve read in some of the comments here it sure looks like this is really an amazing tool to have.

  45. I read an article that says you’ll have to pay for updates/upgrades if you purchase after the March 1 launch of 2.0. Is that for real?

  46. Something worth sharing to my blogger friends. Will tweet this now! Thanks for the info, Shoe!

  47. This looks very interesting. I certainly need a way to make the SEO part of blogging way easier!

  48. SEO stats right at my WordPress dashboard sounds good. At least I won’t have to switch back and forth between two or more programs I currently use.

  49. I didn’t believe he could get good rankings but I did check 5 of his posts and they all ranked well.

  50. I think adwards keyword tool is also a great tool. But I am going to give a try to keyword winner. Hopefully it will give me more traffic.

  51. i worked for an uk website, related to rugs and kilim, i was working for certain keywords like rugs, rug, large rugs, rugs online, got enough links keywords got promotion at one stage, but suddenly all the keywords were started dropping down, one by one, i couldnt able to understand the reason, so do you have any suggestions for this.

  52. Thanks for sharing this post. It’s very informative. I’m gonna share this to my friends. 🙂

  53. I think I can not wait to try it. Is there a trial version or even free? Thank you for your sharing.

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