Good Bye Keyword Strategy – Last Steps

Sunrise over mountain range, saying Good Bye Keyword Strategy, Hello World!

Update May 2012: Competition data is back, I am happy again and re-joined KST, you can read the full story here: Why I re-joined Keyword Strategy. I’ll leave this post up for those of you that need to know this for whatever reason and also because I hate to remove already indexed content from my blog 😉

Before I explain the last steps it takes to finish moving sites and data out of Keyword Strategy, let me first make a few points clear:

I still believe that the concept behind Keyword Strategy is valid: To build thick websites around a topic you know actually something about by targeting different (long tail) keywords with one article each and to interlink said articles in a way that makes sense to human readers and search engines alike. That is, in my opinion, still the best long term . . . → Read More: Good Bye Keyword Strategy – Last Steps

Leaving Keyword Strategy – How to Back Up Your Data

Update May 2012: Competition data is back, I am happy again and re-joined KST, you can read the full story here: Why I re-joined Keyword Strategy. I’ll leave this post up for those of you that want to know how to back up your KST data for a variety of reasons …

I never thought I would have to write this post – nor the ones to follow, but with the recent removal of core functionality of the Keyword Strategy tool it became necessary. For more background information see this blog post >Keyword Strategy Suicide<, So, here we go, a step by step instruction on how to back up all your data from Keyword Strategy to your own computer / hard drive:

Create a new folder and name it something memorably, like ‘KST Last Back Up’. . . . → Read More: Leaving Keyword Strategy – How to Back Up Your Data