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bulk keyword research

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by FilthyCro, Feb 19, 2009.

  1. FilthyCro

    FilthyCro Registered Member

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    ok,

    so i have a list of a few hundred keywords that i wanna checkout

    normally id used some keyword tool like market samurai and checkout their search volume...and then checkout the number of matching pages

    however i have hundreds of keywords

    how can i do this in bulk.....cause i dont wanna sit there putting one keyword in after another
     
  2. wild1

    wild1 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    The only one I know that can do that is the Google keyword tool

    If anyone knows another would help alot, because I've also been looking for this type of keyword tool
     
  3. kaliyuga

    kaliyuga Registered Member

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    Well just stick them into a CSV or txt file and then feed the file into your favourite keyword research tool.

    Every keyword tool I own will take a file as input (Keyword Elite, Keyword Discovery, Micro Niche Finder).

    I don't own Market Samurai but it *must* have this option. Check your manual.
     
  4. psychoul

    psychoul Junior Member

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    I think Google keyword tool pretty much does all of what you need... What are you looking for that GKT does not provide?
     
  5. bill040506

    bill040506 Newbie

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    why not use market samurai

    just copy and paste into the add keywords box
    click the add keywords button
    then click analyze and your set
     
  6. mike2000

    mike2000 Elite Member

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    You can use Google keyword tool for this I think
     
  7. kaliyuga

    kaliyuga Registered Member

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    No guys. Not Google. First of all the google tool will give you additional phrases - it will add stuff and also change the order of your words.

    It also won't return data when you give it a really long list of more than say 15 phrases.
     
  8. Oakley

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    Hi Kaliyuga,

    Try unticking synonyms just before the keyword box. Then click "filter my results" and tick - Don't show ideas for new keywords. I only want to see data about the keywords I entered.

    Then click - "get keyword ideas. This should stop your additional phrases problem and added stuff problem, although it will still change the order.
     
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    GKT does not provide competition or number of results.

    It only give a graph of the competition.
     
  11. clyde

    clyde Elite Member

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    Mine used to work for this but not anymore. No other tools out there are capable of this otherwise I would've recommend one.

    Sorry can't help you for now.
     
  12. THUNDERELVI

    THUNDERELVI Elite Member

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    Just use Market Samurai this is as simple as it gets!!!
     
  13. chockomonkey

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    unfortunately there does not exist a tool like the one you need.

    As others have posted, Market Samurai is the closest you're going to find, and yes--you won't be able to get that additional information without going to the competition analysis for each one. What's worse, is that Market Samurai is ALREADY quite sluggish with just 100 keywords, it's going to suck getting through your list.

    I at least haven't been able to find something better, and I have to watch MS sluggishly handle 800 keywords at a time... what a pita it is, but what else can we do?
     
  14. poodeedy

    poodeedy Registered Member

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    Both Traffic Travis and Market Samurai will do this. I've used them both for keyword lists well over 1,000. Save your keyword list as a text file and MS will work with that
     
  15. THUNDERELVI

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    He asked about the volume each keyword gets at Google every month not the competition analysis, however I'm still looking for a tool to analyze competition on hundreds of keywords if MS implements that feature that would be great!