1 Sneaky Trick For Spying On Your Competitors Landing Pages

by Joel Walters

This will be a short post. I just saw this really sneaky trick for spying on your competitors landing pages. Go to Google and type in the following:

“t202kw” + “landing page”

So if you wanted to spy on others “credit report” landing pages you would Google this:

“t202kw” + “credit report”

It works a treat, and is a good alternative to the paid spy tools out there.

Many thanks to David from the AffPlaybook.com forums for sharing this.

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Affpaying November 29, 2011 at 8:52 am

Great stuff, Joel. Thanks for the share ;)

Joshua R. December 8, 2011 at 12:04 pm

Hey Pimpin’ Joel, I remember you teaching me about this technique even though I *barely* used it before!

Now, I can use it to get an “idea” on HOW I want to create and craft my future landing page’s, LOL!

I don’t “steal” though from others but I can definitely get some *inspiration* from seeing what “they” are doing and then innovating and making it BETTER once I am able to visualize how I want *my* LPs to look, ROTFL!

Joseph Connor December 29, 2011 at 7:54 am

I have to ask you this because I am looking for some specific pages as would anybody. How exactly does this work? Am I missing something, because I tried this and it does not work at all for me. I am getting like two results if that. If this works for you then I am doing something wrong or there is definitely something missing from this EXACT formula ““t202kw” + “landing page”…. This shows absolutely nothing useful on the contrary, what am I missing?

Joel Walters February 6, 2012 at 1:07 pm

It doesn’t find every landing page. But you can try “landingpage” as one word, without spaces. Sometimes that works better.

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