Welcome to my Keyword Supremacy review. I saw this was being released so I thought I would take a look to see whether it’s a scam or legit…
Product: Keyword Supremacy
Owner: Todd Spears and Herc Magnus
Price: $47/$97/$197 + Huge Extras = $658
Alternative Keyword Tool: Jaaxy
What is Keyword Supremacy?
As he explains in the video, “how to” keywords can be very profitable if you have a website with adsense ads on it. Rather than targetting buyer keywords, you can target keywords which are questions people are looking for answers to. You can then provide the answers on your website but have related ads. You then earn money each time someone clicks your ads.
So, what Keyword Supremacy does is it finds you those types of keywords. I particularly like how it can find go through the alphabet and find keywords beginning with “how to a…”, “how to b…”, “how to c…”, etc. I’ve used this technique manually myself in Google when looking for keywords, after being introduced to it by Kyle at Wealthy Affiliate. He calls it the “alphabet soup” technique.
But this looks like it does even more than that, including local keyword research. It’s really powerful. But what do other people think of Keyword Supremacy?
As he says, the front end purchase includes all the searching functions for local, Google, Yahoo, and Youtube. However, you need to upgrade to the Pro version to be able to get search results for Amazon, eBay, and Alibaba. Also, each time you use the tool you use up credits, and different credit packages have different price points.
How much does Keyword Supremacy cost?
The pricing structure is not simple at all, and if you’re not careful you could end up spending a lot of money. Take a look at the following illustration:
So, initially, you have the choice between paying $47, $97, or $197, depending on how many credits you think you are going to use. Then you have to pay an extra $67 to be able to search on eBay, Amazon, and Alibaba. As if that wasn’t enough, they then want to charge you another $97 for local rank and rent training.
But there’s more. Take a look: https://app.keywordsupremacy.com/
If you are going to be a high volume user, you might need to buy extra credits priced at
$197 for 750 credits or $297 for 1500 credits. If you add all this up, you could end up spending $658!
Who is the owner of Keyword Supremacy?
When I see a new product has been released, I like to dig into who the creators of the product are. This helps to put it into some kind of context.
Todd has a bunch of previous projects under his belt, including:
- Spyder Spanker
- Content Amigo
- Project Supremacy
- Blog Network Blueprint
- Scope Leads
He also runs Webhostforseo.com, which has complaints filed against it on ripoffreport.com, which he has written a lengthy rebuttal for.
But I also had a look at what people were saying about the product from the top of that list, Spyder Spanker. I found a thread on the Warrior Forum with a lot of positive comments.
Herc seems to have been involved in most of Todd’s projects. He also has his own website, hercmagnus.com, which is full of stuff. He seems to really know what he’s talking about when it comes to ranking websites.
Is Keyword Supremacy a scam?
No, it’s not a scam. It looks like an extremely useful keyword research tool. It’s huge really in terms of everything that it can do. With that said, I resent how they try to upsell people on the additional products. if you want everything, you could end up spending $658! That’s a lot of money to most people, especially if you are struggling to make money online.
So, while it’s not technically a scam as such, man are they trying to f*** you over for as much money as they can get out of you.
Should you buy Keyword Supremacy?
I know that sounds very non-commital of me, but let me explain. If you are already an experienced internet marketer and you want a tool that can take your keyword research to the next level and beyond, yes, you should get it, as long as you don’t mind spending more than $600. For some people, that will be a good investment in scaling their businesses to new heights.
HOWEVER, if you are more in the beginning stages of internet marketing, this might be too much too soon.
What are the alternatives?
If you are totally new to internet marketing and making money online, you first need to learn the basics. You can learn all this and more at Wealthy Affiliate, so go check that out. They even have a standard keyword tool you can use.
If you are a little bit further along, for example, you have a website and already know a bit about internet marketing, but just need a decent keyword tool, Jaaxy is definitely worth considering. It does a lot of the things that Keyword Supremacy does, but for a fraction of the price.
I hope you found this Keyword Supremacy review helpful. If you have any comments or questions, why not post them in the comments section below. I will reply as soon as I can.