A number of people have asked me, so here’s the deal on the tool… As those of you know who follow me on Twitter, SEO Automatic is being turned into it into a WordPress plug-in.

My original goal was to have it completed before Pubcon, but we barely had the tool working correctly by Halloween, and frankly just didn’t have time to fight with bringing it into WordPress.

Had I known ahead of time that Rand Fishkin was going to devote three slides to it in the Top Secret SEO Tools presentation in Las Vegas, we’d have worked faster! Thank you Rand, it was much appreciated.

At the moment (literally) I’m awaiting another test so that it can be run on my own Apache 1.x server with the default mods and permissions. At that point after implementing , some beta tester suggestions, we do plan to offer a free and a paid versions, but the details on that are still sketchy –  because I’m making it up as I go along 😉

So, that’s what the hold up is,  because we can’t be saddled with tech support questions about this thing once it’s in the wild.  We already have it working successfully on multiple servers except, funny enough, my OWN server that’s hosting Searchcommander.com.

As soon as we nail down that final piece of the pie, I’ll be reporting more, but in the meantime, have fun with the tool, and thanks for signing up.

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Scott Hendison was a Portland Oregon computer store retailer that built a successful on-site computer repair business through Pay Per click and organic search engine optimization. Searching for “Internet consultant” or “search engine expert” today on nearly any search engine will find Scott Hendison on the front page, usually near the top of the results, with over 10 million competing web pages in this competitive field.

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