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Favourite feel good song - Electronica

Yes - we have been to Wordtracker and I am here to tell you that there were no sites until today which targeted "favourite feel good song electronica" ! Yes I dressed it up a bit for the headline and in a minute I'll incorporate it in a link text back to my favourite feel good song.

The reason this phrase is worth a mention above all the others that are not to be found in Google yet is that according to Wordtracker 8 people a day search on precisely that phrase. I'm not sure I believe them but this entry is by way of a little test of the system.

I don't want to disappoint all those searchers and so I am going to link to my favourite feel good song - electonica version of Faure's Bacarolle which makes me think of warm summer days in the countryside. Not an entirely appropriate response to a Gondondolier's song but never mind.

This phrase illustrates a couple of other points about the time I have been spending with Wordtracker. Finding search opportunities that have yet to be invested by the big boys is a non trivial task and so is finding the popular keywords that searchers for our site are most likely to use. 'Feel good' is an aspect of most of our original arrangements with a few notable exceptions. 'Electronica' is one of the more apposite labels for the musical genre into which our work would be classified. A regular reader of this blog would recall that we kicked off with the slightly uncomfortable 'classical remix' but abandoned it as too misleading.

So back to the salt mines - must make the most of our Wordtracker week. We have made progress on other fronts and there will be lots more pages added to the site over coming weeks to reflect our findings - rich in the content that search volumes indicate are sought after and changes to existing pages to increase their focus on the needs of searchers.

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