Tools

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The old ape refrained from including every tool that could be used in order to focus on those things we will be using throughout the article series. Of course, this election can and should be expanded if you have a cool tool to share please do so in the comments.

The first tool to look at is

SerpIQ

To make it quick, this is the go to resource for niche exploration and competitive intelligence. Using SerpIQ’s competition analyzer, you can judge a niche’s toughness as well as taking a look at how well your competitors in that niche are set up.

It also offers keyword exploration in the form of its “keyword discoveries” area.

Last, but not least there is an on-page analysis module that allows you an in-depth look at your own site and what is to be done to make it rank better.

Word AI

Now, WordAi is a tool you will encounter several times throughout this article series.
The simple reason for this is that Word AI is simply the best content re-writing machine out there.

The WordAi “Turing” spinner performs levels above any other content spinner that is currently available.

The fact that there is an easy to use, well documented API available for this just makes it so much sweeter.
So when we’re talking re-writing, and re-using content – as we would never simply copy – then Word AI is where it is at.

Now, if you don’t want to take the senile sensei’s word for this, then head on over to their website and use the free three-day trial that is available.

But trust an old ape, this tool is going to land in your toolbox.

Textcompactor

Now, this is really a misnomer.
Textcompactor is but a front end for a text summary library called libots.
This library is available for UNIX, and and there’s also a Windows client available.

This old simian is going to show you a few ways to use this for fun and profit.

Oh, did I mention this is free?

Alchemy API

This is a mighty tool for text analysis.

Alchemy API features:

  • text extraction (throw it a website address and it will extract the actual content minus the navigation and other fluff)
  • location and personal extraction (to give you the cities and people mentioned the next)
  • sentiment extraction
  • keyword extraction
  • Categorization (tell you which of 8 categories your text belongs to)

etc.…

Alchemy API is free to use up to, if I remember correctly 3000 API calls per day for registered users.

This goes up to 10,000 API calls for academics.

If you need more, they want you to contact their sales department.

As the old ape sees it, this means it is basically free.

uBot

..simply  has lost nothing of its appeal after the last time the blind ape reviewed it.

Quite the contrary, that several new additions that make uBot more powerful.
(The inclusion of the WordAi API not being the least of them.)

Let’s make this clear: There is nothing that uBot can do that a good programmer can’t.

The old simian is a programmer himself, but for most tasks automating websites, using uBot is much faster and - dare I say it – easier than programming your own solution.

So, if you want to be the best web bot programmer out there, this is not for you.

But if you simply want to make money and/or throw out working bots in the shortest time possible, take a good look at uBot.

This concludes our overview of the tools.

Next up: Niche and topic research