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Recently we have received some questions and searches on our site about the MoneyWord Matrix and MoneyWord Matrix for Mac; so we wanted to say a few things about these inquiries.
First, the moneyword matrix is conceptual. The concept was introduced by Adam Short, and it describes a set of criteria by which a site owner can judge the likelihood of successfully competing for a first-page ranking for his/her desired keywords. The only commercially available software product that we are aware of that implements the concept correctly is Adam’s Keyword Advantage, which is available to members of his Niche Profit Classroom Training Center.
The moneyword matrix is essentially about the strength of competition for your niche’s target keywords. Please note, however, that you do not need to have Keyword Advantage in order to implement this concept. Adam has described the manual procedure several times in articles, webinars and training courses. Using Google, Excel, and some Firefox plugins, users can develop a list of keywords that they can identify as being reasonably worth the effort to try to rank for — or not.
We have used Adam’s software many times with successful results. We don’t have any specific knowledge of a Mac version. The software runs on Windows XP, Vista, and 7. A detailed video about the moneyword matrix, titled “The MoneyWord Matrix Keyword Research Formula” is publicly available on the Niche Profit Classroom web site.