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CSS Reference

  • Posted By: Jason Taetsch
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Web languages are expansive by default, its nearly impossible to have the ins and outs of an entire language at the top of your mind everyday.  Every designer needs a handy reference tool at their disposal to quickly resolve any simple hangups that can so often delay a design project. The ever helpful team at codrops have created this simple and elegant reference chart of important CSS properties that you may have forgotten. The CSS Reference breaks down the CSS properties into six major categories: pseudo-class, property, function, data type, concept and @rule with import details for each item on the reference complete with illustrated examples to further boost your understanding of CSS.

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AdWords Keyword Editing Tool

  • Posted By: RankRaiser
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Enter up to 1000 keywords into the Jumbo Keyword editing tool and use any of the 70 different functions to edit them and get them ready for AdWords.

This keyword editing tool lets you auto de-dupe and edit to broad match, “phrase match”, [exact match], -negative match. It also has sorting functions such as sort by match type, URLs and bids and features a very useful find and replace function. The Ad-Maker lets you create ads and preview them in different formats for your AdWords campaigns.

Keywords Within Text

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If you need to find which keywords are dominant within a body of text before you publish it, or that isn’t available online, copy and paste your text into PrioritySubmit’s keyword count tool. It’s a simple tool that can be very useful when checking an article for dominant keywords before posting it to your own website, or before publishing a press release for example. This tool also lets you exclude short words like it, he, etc.

Finding Keyword From Questions

  • Posted By: RankRaiser
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Another useful tool for finding keywords from questions is at Wordtracker. Wordtracker upped the research data they include from three months to a year, which makes this tool useful for discovering trends as well. You get data of what questions people type into search engines related to a specific topic. To get the most results, only type a single word related to your niche. You can also use the results you get as a starting point for blog post ideas. Since each keyword research tool provides different data depending on what sources they use to track data, using different tools is essential to finding as many keywords as possible within a niche. More keyword tools.

Post And Keyword Ideas Through Questions

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If you’re continuously looking for ways to find keywords or topics for your posts, take a look at what kind of questions people are asking on the web. A tool that may be very useful in discovering new keywords is Yahoo Answers.

Click on the ‘categories’ tab and then select your niche. In the live stream you can see questions as they’re coming in. Click over to ‘in voting’ or ‘resolved’ within your niche and you might actually discover a trend within your niche. Clicking on ‘fewest/most answers’ gives you plenty of opportunity to answer questions and possibly place your link here and there. At the very least you’ll get plenty of ideas for keywords and topics for your content.