Question: What was the free tool he just used to highlight on the source page?
Answer: There are a many great ways to view, source for SEO. I like to use Firefox as my preferred SEO browser. In Firefox, go to a page you are interested in, then on the tools menu, choose View, Source. Then when it pops up the HTML source, do CTRL+F – this will open up a find menu. Type in the keyword you are researching. It will then HIGHLIGHT all, and you can easily see any of the keywords. You can also do a CTRL+F and put in particular tags you are interested in such as <H1> or <TITLE>.
The process is very similar in Internet Explorer, especially 8. Earlier versions default to Notepad which doesn’t allow you to highlight terms. So use Firefox, it’s the best for SEO!
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