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Black Friday Deal: 50% off On LongTailPro Keyword Research Tool

Long Tail Pro which is a popular keyword research tool for your desktop is running an exclusive discount on this BlackFriday.

Grab LongTailPro BlackFriday Discount 

I have earlier shared a detailed review of LongTailPro here & it’s worth the investment for those bloggers who understand the importance of SEO. You can use Long Tail Pro for Keyword Research, Niche research, checking the competition, domain check & many more. This is one of the SEO tools that you need to buy once & enjoy the benefits forever. You should refer to this guide on learning about profitable micro-niche blogging.

Getting back to super discount offer from LongTailPro, which will end on 30th November 2015. So you have a few days to take action & grab this one time deal.

Long Tail Pro SEO Tool BlackFriday 2017 deal:

Long Tail Pro is offering the discount of 50% on all their plans and you can get started with as low as $18/month.

LongTailPro is one powerful suite for Keyword research. This tool is popular among digital marketers and bloggers for the niche keyword research and checking the SEO competition for your target keywords.

On this BlackFriday until CyberMonday, LongTailPro is available for 50% off which includes their monthly plan. You can save up to $269 when selecting an annual plan. If you are not satisfied with the software, you can get a complete refund within the first 10 days.

If you are someone who is looking for a SEO tool that helps you in keyword research and let you track Keyword position in search engine, LongTailPro is a perfect solution for you. Here is the new pricing after applying 50% discount:

LongTailPro comes in two version: Starter and Pro. In the above image, you can compare the difference between both the version & based on features & your requirement pick the right version for yourself.

For a blogger, pro version is good as it will cost only $47 which comes with life-time updates & upgrade. You can find their BlackFriday deal in below link:

  • Yearly Pro Access: $268.5 (Usual price $537)
  • Deal Date: 24th November-27th November 2017 [ Live ]
  • Deal link: Get the deal here (No Coupon required)
  • Deal link for CyberMonday on 27th: Use this link for the discount

In addition to this, they are also offering four new content templates designed to help you turn their keywords into top-notch content. This is a bonus download that will be given to you when you purchase LongTailPro in their BlackFriday discount offer.

This is one-time deal & something you should not miss. Here are other BlackFriday 2017 deals that you must check out:

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