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Any good Keyword Research Tools?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by BlackSeng, Nov 12, 2012.

  1. BlackSeng

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    I'm looking for a good keyword tool that has the ability to expand or find related keywords.

    Any ideas? I know Google Keyword Tool is the free and easy way... but well, I need something fast and convenient.
     
  2. RankGeek

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    I was just looking at Wordstream. It costs money, yes, but since you did not add the term 'free' in your description, I thought i'd share. Cheers :)
     
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    Try ubersuggest.org.
     
  4. Kn9Isler

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    Ultimate Niche Finder. Look in BST, it's Clyde's software.
    Pretty simple, pretty quick.
     
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    UNF is a good paid option - the free version of Traffic Travis aint so bad either.
     
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    Hey buddy, you have been here long enough to know that there is none.

    Below is are the best keyword tool in order of preference.

    1. My best bet here is your head, majority of the keyword research tool simply just work with the terms you key in and can't go wide and far. For example, if you search for "games", it will only bring out terms related to games like video game, online gaming e.t.c.. But when you use your head and think out of the box you will come across stuff like "world witchcraft", a very powerful and popular game.

    2. Google Keyword Tool, this is free and good for broadening your already fine tuned or discovered niche/keywords. I use this to know which keyword is good to go and generate good monthly queries. GKWT is not there to help you make new discovery, it begins its work with what you already have.

    3. Market Samurai is ok for people who have cash to waste, i call it waste because GKWT offers way more info. MS is just simplified for keyword competition, all the things this tool does can be done with GKWT in combination with others free tools like Traffic Travis..
     
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    Your brain & GKT and LongTailPro ...
     
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    Keywordeye apart from market samurai and UNF.
     
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    Check out Clyde's UNF

    It has great reviews
     
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    Wow. Seen this question so many times in the last few days. Ultimate Niche Finder will scrape adwords for you. It will run automatically and expand keywords as well. It's quick and only $50!
     
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    anyone recommends "Micro niche finder"?
     
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    +1 for Ultimate Niche Finder. You can scrape thousands of keywords in minutes with this thing then filter them down to find the golden nuggets. No brainer really! It's not free but it's worth the investment. Find one golden keyword with the program and you'll make your money back (and then some) in a very short space of time.

    I also use Market Samurai to verify the competition analysis for the keywords I find with UNF.