Maverick Keyword Researcher Preview 7 – Microsoft OCI

This module of the Maverick Keyword Research was inspired by John Jonas’ Outsourcing Online Research post. John hired a programmer to create a tool to fetch the OCI values from Microsoft but his programmer found it hard to do it with PHP so he wrote a Windows program to do it instead.

I found a way to do it in PHP and it was not as hard as I thought. My tool saves a lot of time because I can get the OCI values of multiple keywords automatically one at a time.

If a keyword has commercial intent, the OCI value will be displayed as it is. If a keyword has no commercial intent, the OCI value will have a negative sign in front of it. I followed John’s format for this because it makes sense.

I am almost done with the Maverick Keyword Researcher. A couple more tweaks and bug fixes and it will be ready for launch.

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3 Comments On “Maverick Keyword Researcher Preview 7 – Microsoft OCI”

On 5th November 2009 8:42 AM, Carlo said:

this is cool, u actually made your own keyword tool? keep it up!

On 8th December 2010 6:46 AM, Online CPR GUY said:

Vince,
can you actually look up the OCI?
I had another software but the OCI is not working any longer and it helps my business a great deal.
Thanks
Dr. C

On 8th December 2010 10:39 AM, Vince Law said:

Yes I can but it is a bit unstable.

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