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Best Long-Tail Keyword Research Technique / Tool?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by daveguy, Jan 26, 2012.

  1. daveguy

    daveguy Power Member

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    Ello - Looking for techniques / tools to find Long tail keywords at least 3 words long. Anyone have any nifty techniques to sort lists from Adwords keyword tool by their word counts? Or a tool that has a large allintitle competition checker.

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  2. GreyHatIM

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    Well the Ultimate Niche Finder lets you expand keywords and produce up to 30k keyword results which should definitely help you find some longtail keywords for your niche, its in the selling section here at bhw :)
     
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  3. macdonjo3

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    The OP asked for a trick for the GAKT or a program that has an all in title scraper, but I don't think this tool has an allintitle scraper?
     
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    It will take a bulk list of hundreds of keywords and work in the background...LOVE it
     
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    Market Samurai?
     
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    If it's longtail keywords you're after, then Scrapebox's Keyword scraper can scrape suggestions from most of those sites in that WSO.
     
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  10. Seoservices004

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    Try this.

    Your root keyword is iphone.

    This will return plenty of prefix ideas for your root keyword.

    Then work your way through the entire alphabet & add a single letter to the front of the root keyword (iphone).

    Example: aiphone, biphone, ciphone, etc...


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    aiphone

    biphone

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    ciphone

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    diphone

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  11. clyde

    clyde Elite Member

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    I had a KW tool that does that.. in 2009! That's almost 3 years ago.

    While intitle, inurl and inanchor can be useful for gauging competition, you are much better off analysing the top 10 results and looking at:

    1. On-page SEO, ie: title, description, headers etc.
    2. Off-page SEO, backlinks (particularly the quality of backlinks)

    Also you might want to consider domain age and page rank as well.

    Actually, scratch that.

    Analyze the Top 3 sites because that's where you'll get traffic.

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    p/s: There's a tool that does this in bulk but I think I'll keep it a secret. ;)
     
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    rileyb Junior Member

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    Google is NOT giving the correct search volume on the google suggest keywords...seo tools is a little better but still looking for one that gives you correct search volume.

    They probably just dont want us to know.
     
  13. hurn

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    Google keyword tool is the best. Lately their numbers are correct because I ranked some keywords to first pages and got impressions as mentioned in the keyword tool.
     
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    I have created a small software and shared in blackhat tool section which find out the intitle and inurl competition. Here is the link for v1.1

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    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/black-hat-seo-tools/293451-bulk-keyword-competition-checker-find-seoc-allintitle-inurl-2.html#post3734591
     
  15. heexium

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    your software is not working bro. when I import keywords and press Start, the boxes with intitle/inurl are empty. can you fix it please?
     
  16. askcookingtips

    askcookingtips Newbie

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    I've had good luck with Keyword Scout, still might find the discount on here for it, not sure if its still valid.

    But I've used like market samurai & keyword elite and find KS better than both of them.
     
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    My best keyword research software is "niche mind reader" and "market samurai".

    Niche mind reader will generate a long list of long tails for you. The way it works, you input a keyword in it (for instance, free ipad) and you can load a list of other keywords (it has a list of possible question words already defined).

    So it will start scraping for ... what + free ipad, should + free ipad .. etc

    And you'll end up with long tails like "where do I find free ipad online" .. and the like.

    Now, you'll get a pretty extensive list of keywords doing this, but not all have traffic. This is where Market Samurai comes into play...

    You load that big list into MS [it kinda gets stuck nowadays for big numbers], so you may want to break the list of keywords into 1000-1500 chunks and get their traffic volume [exact match].

    That's what I do ...
     
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  18. Tommybee

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    I actually found some new software that I want to check out thanks to this thread as MS does blow these days
     
  19. kilauea999

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    I really like SECockpit. The downside is that it's expensive, but it can do a lot of keywords really fast and the top 10 competition analysis as well.
     
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    Wordtracker can help in selecting the best most profitable, lucrative long tail keywords.