Long Tail Pro Review – A User’s Eye View
Welcome to this Long Tail Pro review with a difference, the difference being that I am an actual account holder with Long Tail Pro who successfully uses the software as my main source of finding low competition, high search volume keywords suitable to write my online content around and with a good chance of making page one of the Google SERPs.
If you have read any of my other articles here on SEOSteamroller, you will know that I am a great fan of Long Tail Pro, I make no secret of it. That notwithstanding, if you read on, expect to find an honest, unbiased report on this keyword research tool that offers you more than just keyword research.
Long Tail Pro At A Glance
|LONG TAIL PRO STAR RATINGS|
|Ease of use|
|Quality of features|
|Value for money|
|LONG TAIL PRO - PROS AND CONS|
|There is no complicated software to download or set up. The app is web-based for use on any device.|
|Crisp, clean, easy to understand user interface.|
|Get multiple keyword suggestions from your seed keywords.||The limit on seed keywords could be higher.|
|Facility to manually enter your own keywords for in-depth research.||The limit on manual keywords could be higher.|
|The Keyword Competitiveness score is your new best SEO friend.|
|SERP Analysis shows you the competition and how likely you are to rank for any keyword.||It can be a little difficult to read the text and URLs in the SERP Analysis section, particularly on smaller screens.|
|Rank Tracker shows how your existing keywords are performing.||Keywords need to be entered manually into Rank Tracker.|
|Limited use of the Backlink Analysis tool.||If you want to continue with the Backlink Analysis tool, it’s a separate subscription.|
|Affordable price plans for all user types.||There is no free trial, but there is a 7-day trial for $1 available.|
|Very good customer service with three ways to get help plus many video tutorials.||There are perhaps too many after-sales upsells sent to your email but you can unsubscribe to these offers.|
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Why Do You Need A Paid For Keyword Research Tool?
If you have a niche blog website or any kind of website that you want people to find organically in search results, every single little piece of search engine optimization you can implement comes together to help move your content up the search rankings to the top of page one where it will be seen. Each element of SEO is important but perhaps the most important element is the keyword research.
You need to find the search terms people are typing into search engines as they seek content like yours. These keyword phrases need to be of low enough competition to give you a chance of making page one of the search engine results pages, particularly with Google, but also with a high enough search volume every month to make publishing your content written around that keyword worthwhile. Worthwhile both in terms of your time invested and the revenue you can potentially earn.
Now, as I have described in my article: “How To Search For Keywords For Your New Blog”, you can find these keywords using free keyword research tools. The most reliable free method of discovering a search volume figure that is anywhere near accurate is by using the Google Ads Keyword Planner. Even then you only get a figure within a range rather than a specific number of searches per month. Then, as Google only provides competition data for paid ads and not organic searches, you need to further research organic search competition by analyzing the search results for your keywords using the Moz Bar Chrome Extension.
This is the only way to research reliable data for your keywords for free. It can be a very long and laborious task. This is where the paid-for keyword research tools come in. A good paid-for tool will provide you with more information, more accurate information and in a fraction of the time. As your keywords come to fruition and your relevant content starts bringing in revenue, a good paid-for keyword research tool can prove to be more than cost-effective.
Why Long Tail Pro, In Particular?
Long Tail Pro was founded in 2011 by Spencer Haws. Just like you and me, he was researching which keywords and keyword types would rank on Google. He continually became more and more frustrated with the poor, slow performance of the other keyword research tools available at the time. So he decided to develop his own software.
The existing tools only allowed you to input one seed keyword at a time. Spenser Haws designed his tool to allow the input of one or multiple seed keywords to return many long-tail keyword suggestions. Long-tail because these are the longer user input keyword phrases that are more specific in their nature and easier to rank for than the generic, shorter “head” keywords that have been put out of the layman’s reach by the big brands..
Spencer Haws took Long Tail Pro as far as he could until he sold the software in 2016. The current owners, Long Tail Media, have continued to update and improve the tool, including the major upheaval of completely moving it over from a desktop application to a more versatile web-based application.
Long Tail Pro is now packed full of features that help to maximize your SEO. It is not the best keyword research tool but to get better you have to spend a lot more. It’s really only worth spending the extra for the superior tools if you are a professional search engine optimizer, individual or agency, working for a number of clients.
Otherwise, Long Tail Pro is more than adequate for us niche bloggers, content-based affiliate marketers and, if used properly, for e-commerce website owners. It’s easy to use, even for beginners. It’s also sophisticated enough for seasoned keyword optimizers. Long Tail Pro is by far the best value versus features keyword research tool.
Let’s Take A Deeper Look At Each Of Long Tail Pro’s Features
The main reason for Long Tail Pro’s existence, the Keyword Research tool is a well-laid out, easy to understand and easy to use piece of software. When you access the tool for the first time you find yourself inside a project folder named “Default”. Don’t worry, you can change the project name or delete it completely after you have created at least one new project.
In fact, by clicking the plus sign to the left of the project name, you can start as many new projects as you require. Unlike some other premium tools, there is no limit on the number of projects, sometimes referred to as campaigns, that you can have. Opening a different project for each topic that you cover on your websites will keep your keywords neatly grouped and easy for you to look up when you need them. Without these individual projects, Long Tail Pro would save all of your found keywords in one very long, jumbled list.
Under the project title, there is a space where you can enter the URL of your domain. Enter the website here that you are seeking keyword suggestions and data for, and it will be included in the calculations for your recommendations, particularly regarding the keyword competitiveness score. You will also get figures for the number of referring domains and backlinks coming into your website, plus your domain’s trust flow and citation flow scores.
Next down is the box for entering the seed keywords you would like to research. Just above this are three tabs. The default tab is “Related Keywords”, to the right is “Competitor Keywords” and to the right of that is “Manual Keywords”. Above these are options to choose which language and which country you want your search results from. The default is English and The United States. If you have an international website it is usually best to leave it at this.
Related Keywords Tab
Use the Related Keywords search box if you already have an idea for the topic you want to write about and need to find some rankable keywords to base your content around. Enter up to five phrases relating to your topic in the box on the left. In the box on the right, enter the number of suggestions you would like for each of your input seed keywords, up to a maximum of 200 per seed keyword.
If, like me, you are using the Starter Plan, you will have a limit of 800 keyword look-ups per 24-hour period. If you do have five seed keywords and set your suggestions to 200 per keyword, you are going to use up all of your allowance for that day in one go. Anyway, after a certain point, the suggestions start to become a little “watered-down”. I find that setting the number of suggestions to 40 to be the sweet spot. I believe that I am right in saying that I have never failed to find a usable, rankable keyword when setting the suggestions limit to 40. If you are searching a relatively obscure seed keyword to start with, you may not even get as many as 40 suggestions returned.
I have said in the “Pros and Cons” section at the beginning of this review that the daily limit on seed keyword searches could be higher but this may be a little unfair of me. Long Tail Pro has to pay Majestic for every keyword search you make. So, if Long Tail Pro were to increase the daily keyword look-up limits, they would probably have to also put up the prices of all of their plans. If they were to do that, then the more expensive keyword research tools might start to look a little more attractive.
Here, just to give you a glimpse inside, is a sample of some related keywords Long Tail Pro found for me for the topic of dog beds.
At the top, above the keywords, is a customizable filter to help you find your most rankable keyword faster by clearing your list of unsuitable candidates. For example, you could set the parameters of the filter to show only keywords with an Avg. KC of under 30 and a Volume of over 100.
I’ll now give you a breakdown of each of the columns.
COLUMN 1 – KEYWORD SELECTION
This is a check box allowing you to select all or individual keywords for deletion or either copying or moving to another project. Better than this though, there is another neat trick that you can do here. See my notes for COLUMN 9 for details of this.
COLUMN 2 – FAVORITES
Click on an empty star and it will turn to blue. This indicates that the selected keyword has been added to your favorites. Favorites is shown as a project on your drop-down list. It’s handy for quickly grouping together a short-list of promising keywords. You can add keywords from several different projects at once to your favorites.
COLUMN 3 – +20 AND GOOGLE LOGO
This is a useful tool for anyone using Google Ads paid search results. When you have discovered a keyword for the text of your Google Ad, click on that keyword’s +20 button and Long Tail Pro will find twenty more closely related keywords for possible targeting. Of course, these twenty keywords will be deducted from your 24-hour allowance.
COLUMN 4 – KEYWORDS
The related keywords found by Long Tail Pro are listed here, along with your original seed keywords. When they first appear, the keywords are apparently randomly sorted, making finding the best ones difficult to spot. This can be fixed by introducing some order to the proceedings by sorting one of the columns to the right into descending or ascending order as explained in COLUMN 5 below.
Each keyword is presented in the form of a hyperlink. Click on any keyword and you will be taken to its SERP Analysis page. There’s more on SERP Analysis further on in this review.
COLUMN 5 – AVG. KC
Now we’re getting to the good stuff! The Average Keyword Competitiveness score is a metric that sets Long Tail Pro apart from its peers. It’s worth the subscription fee alone!
The KC score is between 0 for no competition and 100 for the most competition possible. The score is derived from the top ten web pages to appear on page 1 of the Google results for that keyword. Several factors are taken into consideration when calculating KC. These factors include the Trust Flow and Citation Flow figures from Majestic, the number of internal links, links to other authoritative sites, the number of external backlinks, and the site age. The result is a very accurate and reliable keyword difficulty score.
Generally, a brand new website with no established authority is only going to rank for keywords with a KC score of below 30, the lower the better. A more established website may rank for higher KC keywords from 40 up to about 50. Big, established brands with plenty of authority may rank for keywords with KC scores into the 60s. Everybody, including the big brands will find it extremely difficult to rank organically for KC scores of 70 or over.
When you open a project and link it with your domain, you will receive two color-coded target KC scores. If you find keywords below the score highlighted in green, you should find them easy to rank for. The higher figure, highlighted in yellow, is a proceed with caution score. You may still rank for it but all of your other SEO factors need to be working for you as well.
You can group your own KC keywords together for easy comparison by clicking on the Avg. KC column heading twice. The first click will arrange the scores from high to low, the second from low to high. You can arrange any column with a numerical value in this way. The KC scores that fall under your target limits will be color-coded accordingly, making them easy to pick out.
COLUMN 6 – VOLUME
Just because you’ve found a keyword that has an enticingly low KC score doesn’t mean that it’s going to be worth using unless there is a reasonable amount of people searching that keyword every month. If there’s no-one searching that term, it’s not going to appear in the search results and nobody is going to click through to your website.
This makes the data in this search volume column as vitally important as the KC score. Of course, the other data Long Tail Pro provides should be taken into consideration as well but KC and volume are your first two parameters for keyword selection.
For most start-up niche blog websites, a search volume of 100 or more per month is a good figure to aim for as you seek to gain page and site authority. If you initially write ten articles each based on a keyword with a volume of 100, that’s a potential 1,000 visitors to your website per month. That’s not bad for a start.
I have filtered the keywords in the screenshot above to show keywords with a KC score of under 32 and a search volume of over 100 to quickly whittle the list down to the rankable keywords.
COLUMN 7 – BID
This column displays the expected price to bid per click if you wanted to use this keyword for Google Ads. So, how does this help someone looking for keywords for organic search ranking? The answer is, it can give you some idea of what you could expect to earn for this keyword if you were running Google Adsense on your website. The higher the bid price, the greater the earnings potential. Even if you are displaying ads from an alternative source to Google, it can still give you a good indication.
If you are not running any ads at all on your website and this column is getting in your way, you can switch off the data for bids by using the “Customize” facility to the top right of the page. As you can see in the screenshot, you can add or remove any column you like. So, if you have taken off the “Bid” column for example, you can always put it back again later on if you need it.
Also note the “Export” tab to the right of “Customize”. Clicking this will download your keyword list and the data in the form of a .csv file, which can be opened up using popular spreadsheet software such as Excel or Google Sheets.
COLUMN 8 – WORDS
Generally, the more words that constitute a keyword phrase, the more specific the answer being sought by the user and the lower the competition will be. Long Tail Pro saves you the monotony of counting the number of words in a search term every time by displaying the included amount in this column.
COLUMN 9 – RANK VALUE
The “Rank Value” column shows the actual revenue you can expect to make, on average, for that keyword if you are displaying Google AdSense with your content. It is a much more accurate indication than the “Bid” column, which is why I suggested you may not need to show the “Bid” column in your look-ups.
You can customize the Rank Value calculation to get an even more accurate figure. If you know your website’s average click through rate (CTR), that is the number of people clicking through to your content per impression in the SERPs, you can enter it here. The figures will then adjust to suit.
As you can see in the screenshot, if you are an Amazon Affiliate, you can change the calculation to reflect this. The calculation is made using average purchase price rather than CTR. If you use neither Adsense or Amazon for your income, you can enter your own custom “visitor value” instead.
Writing content based on a keyword with low KC and high volume may well get your page ranked on Google and increase your page and domain authority but if the keyword doesn’t have a reasonably high Rank Value, you are not going to earn any money from it.
COLUMN 9 & 10 – LANGUAGE AND LOCATION
You will have preset the language and location for your search data, or have left it in the default of English and the United States, before retrieving your related keywords. You cannot alter this retrospectively without starting a completely new search. Again, this will eat into your 24-hour keyword look-up allowance.
Competitor Keywords Tab
You can use this tab to spy on your rivals and find out what keywords they are using to ensure that their content is ranked on page one of the SERPs. Instead of entering a seed keyword into the search box, you enter the URL of your competitor. You can enter either the domain or a particular page. Set the number of keywords you would like to see up to 400 and then click “Retrieve”. The retrieved keywords are displayed as for the Related Keywords tab and can be edited and maneuvered in the same way.
Manual Keywords Tab
If you already have a list of keywords that you want to research the competitiveness and volume for, you can enter up to 200 at a time in the search box provided by the Manual Keywords tab.
To make the most of your 24-hour keyword allowance, it can make sense at times to initially find a list of potential keyword phrases by using one or more of the free keyword suggestion tools available. Once you have pared your list down to lose the obviously unsuitable phrases, you can copy and paste what’s left into the Manual Keywords tab to collect all of the vital data you need for these keywords. Remember before copying and pasting that each keyword phrase needs to be on a separate line.
There are two ways you can get into the SERP Analysis screen. You can click on the link in the main menu, as shown in the screenshot above. If you enter by his route, you will have to manually enter a keyword into the search box to see the breakdown of data for Google page one for that keyword. Or, you can click on any individual keyword from your projects in your keyword research page that you want to investigate further. This will take you to the SERP Analysis screen with all of the page one data already loaded.
As an example, I’ve used our “best dog beds for pitbulls” keyword again. I’ve clicked on the keyword and the screenshot above is what you see at the top of the SERP Analysis page that comes up. As you can see, the keyword has a monthly volume of 170, which is reasonably good, and a KC score of 18 against a target score of 25/32, which is excellent.
The Google results breakdown shows a SERP availability of 85%, which means that 85% of page one is given over to organic results. The other 15% is shown as paid for Google Ads. These are the links at the top of the results page marked as “sponsored”. Ideally, you would want 100% SERP availability as the sponsored links could be taking away some of your potential clicks. However, 85% isn’t bad and you can snigger into your shirtsleeve as you are getting your clicks for free while the creator of the sponsored link has to pay around $1.77 per click on average, according to the keyword research data.
So far, this is looking like a keyword that can achieve a high ranking, but before the final decision is made, we need to look at the competition data for the up to ten web pages appearing in the organic results below this header section, partly shown in the screenshot below.
There’s a lot of information here which can seem a touch overwhelming for a new subscriber and you cannot simplify the layout by editing out columns on this screen as you can with the Keyword Research screen. If you could, I would have advised against this anyway, as all of the information here is relevant.
It’s all relevant, but here are the main statistics to look out for:
- Have a look at the page titles and URLs in the first column. If they feature the exact keyword phrase, then the publishers are targeting that exact keyword. The less pages targeting the exact keyword, the more chance your content will have of ranking. Long Tail Pro has made it easy for you to spot the exact keyword phrase in the page titles and URLs by publishing the words in bold type.
- It’s also worth taking a look at the types of website featured in the results and the quality of their content. All of the websites in my example are specialist websites that would be difficult to outrank if it were not for their low KC scores. If the results feature a lot of sites like eBay, Amazon, Yahoo Answers or any without a specific niche content, these are much easier to outrank with long-tail keywords as they don’t have authority in that specific field, their authority is more of a general nature.
- The Average KC score should preferably be within the green target score suggested for you by Long Tail Pro. But you already knew about that one!
- The Trust Flow and Citation Flow scores are supplied by the Majestic keyword research company, considered to be the industry standard by many. Both these scores are, as for the KC score, between 0 and 100. The Trust Flow is a measure of the quality of backlinks from other trusted sites coming into that URL. Citation Flow is a measure of how influential a URL may be based on the quality of the backlinks. In both cases, the lower this number is for that of your competition, the more it helps your chances of ranking for the keyword.
- The number of External Backlinks is another factor that may affect your chances of ranking. If there are very few unique external websites linking to a page, you have more chance of outranking it than one with many backlinks.
- Site Age comes into play because you have more chance of outranking a young website that hasn’t picked up much authority yet than an old, established website.
- As for the figures in the remaining columns, the lower the number the better. If your keyword has already passed all of the other criteria, then it would probably be an error to reject it just because one or two of these figures were high. However, if your keyword has failed in one or two departments, high scores here should then be taken into consideration.
Although my example keyword phrase does appear quite often in the site titles and URLs of the SERPs, it does extraordinarily well in most other departments. I think that I could rank for this keyword.
Included with your plan is access to the Rank Tracker tool. You can use this to track the progress of your keywords and how they rank in the SERPS. This information is updated on a daily basis. If you join the Starter Plan, the number of keywords you can track is limited to thirty at any one time. With the Pro Plan, this goes up to 200 and with the top-of-the-shop Agency Plan, a generous 1000 Rank Tracker keywords.
The software will record and keep the history of all loaded keywords for as long as they stay loaded. You can view their progress over the last day, the last week or the last month, making it easy to see where you need to improve your SEO. You can set the tool to track your keywords in one of three search engines, Google, Yahoo or Bing.
The default is Google and, as the vast majority of searches worldwide are made on a Google search engine or one of it’s variants, I would leave it on this setting unless you have a specific reason to target one of the other engines.
Anyone joining Long Tail Pro now will be able to use the new improvement to this tool which allows you to print off a keyword’s performance in graph form. This is great if you are performing keyword SEO for a client.
The screenshot above shows the data for keywords on one of my websites. The bar chart in the top left shows that the majority of my keywords are ranking between 1 and 3, which just goes to show that Long Tail Pro works!
You can also use this tool to spy on a competitor’s keywords. Simply find the competitor’s keywords in the Keyword Research tool as previously described, then copy and paste them into the Rank Tracker tool. If you’re going to do this, I would put them in a new project so that you don’t get your competitor’s keywords mixed up with your own.
If you go ahead and choose a Long Tail Pro plan, whichever one you go for will have included 100 Backlink Analysis look-ups, just to give you a taster of the tool. Then, when your 100 look-ups have run out, if you want to continue to use the tool, you will have to take out a separate subscription.
The Backlink Analysis tool allows you to see the URL where the backlinks into a domain, yours or someone else’s, are coming from. Each backlink comes with the Trust Flow and Citation Flow scores for both the referring and the target domains. It also tells you the date the referring page was indexed, the date the backlink was last seen and the date the backlink was lost, if applicable.
If you have little or no SEO or keyword research experience, Long Tail Pro have you covered with their easy-to-follow Long Tail Bootcamp series of training videos. Even if you do know a thing or two about the industry, it’s still worth giving these tutorials a look over.
If you should want to dig deeper into the training, Long Tail Pro will offer you the chance to enrol in the Long Tail University, another series of video tutorials that delve a lot more into setting up a successful online business through SEO and keyword research. The screenshot below shows you what you get for your $197. (Price correct at time of publishing.)
I haven’t joined this myself, so I cannot comment on the quality of the tutorials. You do have the safeguard of a 10-day money back guarantee, though. I have never joined the Long Tail University because I believe that you can find most of this information for free on sites like YouTube. Having said that, it is useful information and there are those out there that will charge you up to ten times more for the same stuff.
The after sales support and help within Long Tail Pro is very good. The easiest way to find the answers you may be seeking is to click on the blue “Support” button in the top, right-hand corner of all the main pages.
This will bring out a pop-up chat box run by Intercom. Just type in your query and wait for your reply. Don’t hold your breath, though, as it may take a few hours before you get an answer. When your answer does come through, it will be from a real person and he or she will most likely provide you with the answers you were looking for.
If you don’t want to wait for an answer to your query, there are other avenues you can explore for an instant answer. These avenues are accessed by clicking “Help” in the side menu. The Help section opens in a new tab or window, which is thoughtful as it means that anything you are working on will not be lost.
On this new Help page, you have five sources of help :-
- The first one is a large search box at the top of the page. Type in your query, for example. “How do I use Rank Tracker?” and links to several pre-written documents will appear in order of relevance. There’s a pretty good chance you will find your answer there.
- Option 2, Submit a Support Request, will direct you to contacting support either through email, firstname.lastname@example.org, or through the Intercom chat support system that I described above.
- The third help option, Quick Guide to Long Tail Pro, is for if your query is related to the fundamentals of using all aspects of the Long Tail Pro software. There are nine pre-written articles here to explain things to you.
- Next down the page is the link to the FAQs. Click on this to find the written responses to the most often asked questions at Long Tail Pro.
- Last but not least is the Troubleshooting section. Apparently there aren’t many problems with the cloud-based Long Tail Pro app as all but three of the fifteen articles here relate to the old desktop version of Long Tail Pro that is no longer available to new users.
All in all, you are likely to find the answer you are seeking through one of these methods. As long as you can wait, the Intercom chat is the best way to get a tailor-made, personalized reply to your query. In the meantime, you can most likely find a temporary solution through one of the other channels.
Long Tail Pro – How Much Does It Cost?
When you pitch Long Tail Pro alongside other comparable keyword research tools in the same class, it comes in at a very good price. Fair enough, it’s not quite as good as Ahrefs but it will do a more than adequate job of finding you top quality, rankable keywords for a fraction of the price. The Ahrefs equivalent of the Long Tail Pro starter plan is nearly three times as much per month.
This is briefly how Long Tail Pro shapes up against all the other major paid for keyword research tools:
- Ahrefs is the best of the bunch but costs a lot more than Long Tail Pro and it’s an extra expense you don’t need to bear at starter or intermediate level.
- Semrush costs about the same as Ahrefs but isn’t nearly as good. If you were to spend that sort of money every month, you would be better served by Ahrefs.
- Market Samurai is a reasonably priced one-off payment. However, this tool has gone off the rails a bit recently and is not as reliable as it used to be.
- KWFinder is only slightly more expensive than Long Tail Pro and its keyword scoring system is just as reliable. The deal-breaker is that KWFinder will, at the most, return you only half the amount of keywords as Long Tail Pro will.
- Jaaxy will give you thirty free searches when you create an account, but then the monthly subscription goes up to 30% more than Long Tail Pro. To be fair, Jaaxy has some good features but the interface can be a little clumsy and their keyword difficulty score can sometimes be way off.
Google Ads Keyword Planner, okay, it’s technically a free tool but worth a mention because of its popularity, has become too generalized to uncover the long-tail keywords suitable for organic ranking. Long-tail keywords like “best laptops for serious gamers” and “best laptops for under $200” are grouped into the search data for the generic head keyword “best laptops”.
MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS
Long Tail Pro only used to offer annual payment plans but since they introduced monthly payment plans a few years back now, I believe they have made this software affordable for everyone. Even those of us on the tightest of budgets can scrape together $37 per month. Besides, after a short while using this tool it will be more than paying for itself with the revenue it helps bring in.
Here are the three tiers of membership, their monthly payments and what you get for your money:
ANNUAL PAYMENT PLANS
If you’re fortunate enough to be able to pay for your chosen plan annually, you can save money in the long run. For example, the Starter Plan at $37 per month, will cost you $444 over the year. If you elect pay annually, the same plan is $297, a substantial saving of $147.
Here are the prices of all the annual plans:
Should You Buy Long Tail Pro? – The Verdict
I don’t think there’s much doubt that Long Tail Pro is the best keyword research tool in the mid-priced range. Ahrefs, the best of the high end tools offers you more but at a cost.
A niche blogger just starting out with an unauthoritative new website, in my opinion, is unlikely to progress any more rapidly using the higher priced tool over Long Tail Pro. That would mean, at current prices, $62 per month wasted.
Even someone with a more established website could do just as well with the Pro Plan as the equivalent Ahrefs plan. Now we’re considering a saving of $112 per month!
The only way I can see any extra benefit coming from opting for the greater expense of Ahrefs is if you are running a professional SEO agency handling the optimization needs on behalf of your clients. Even then, to stay profitable you would have to consider passing on the difference in price to your clients and you would have to ask yourself, “Will my increased charges still keep me competitive?”
What I am trying to say is that Long Tail Pro is for all types of users. If you need a good keyword research tool that is going to save you much time and find you potentially lucrative keyword phrases, then give it a go. You have the $1, 7-day trial to test it out, plus a 10-day money back guarantee if you find that you don’t like it. Even if you used the tool for a month and then decided you didn’t want it any more, you’ve only spent $37.
$37 per month for the Starter Plan is a great price but what if you could get Long Tail Pro for even less? Take a look at this great offer below:
Thank you for reading this review, I hope you go on to enjoy the success I am sure that Long Tail Pro will help bring you.
If you have any further queries about Long Tail Pro, please do not hesitate to use the comments box below or you can drop me a line using the Contact Stephen form.