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Could someone suggest me a good keyword research tool?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by anonim.44, Oct 2, 2012.

  1. anonim.44

    anonim.44 Registered Member

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    Could someone suggest me a good keyword research tool? I need to find keywords for my YT videos.
    Thanks.
     
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    tymes90 Regular Member

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    It depends on what you're looking for. I still use Googles keyword tool for just about everything I do.
     
  3. blackamp

    blackamp Newbie

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    Aside from Google Keywords Tool, you have Ultimate Niche Finder. A desktop app that shows superior results in condensed form. But if you'd want the best in Keywords, SECockpit.
     
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    bumba1988 Junior Member

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    If you don't have money, the free tool of Google AdWords should do it for you. If you have some, go for Market Samurai. Not that I have used a lot of other paid keyword research software, but, I used MS and never felt the need of going to something else.
     
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  5. anonim.44

    anonim.44 Registered Member

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    I need it for my YT videos
     
  6. thefarang

    thefarang Newbie

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    I like Market Samurai but recently I've been using Long Tail Pro more and more. MS seems more powerful but I like LTP's simplified interface. Plus my VA preferred LTP and it's easy for us to be on the same page if we're using the same tool.
     
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    bassboy Registered Member

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    There is a YouTube keyword tool which I use for my yt videos, google it, works like google keywords, but you can also dump a competition video into it and will give you related keywords for that.


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    seomoz and semrush also need to be taken into consideration if you are going to buy a keyword tool.
     
  10. bigkapp

    bigkapp Regular Member

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    Ultimate Niche Finder ,Market Samurai ,Rank Tracker and Word Tracker all are grate keyword searching tools.
     
  11. curious73

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    assuming you are still using MS. cheers.
     
  12. curious73

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    by the way does anyone know of any discount/promo code for MS if there's any???
     
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    I like to take suggestions from the Google keyword tool, then split all the keyword phrases into individual words, place all the words into a column in Excel, de-dupe them, then place the number 1 in the cell next to each keyword, and consolidate the whole range down by keywords. Sort the range by number, and you will see the top "themes" to go after. From here you can just build out your keyword list by creating variations on these themes in as many ways possible.
     
  15. JayTSM

    JayTSM Newbie

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    I would personally suggest Google adwords especially if you are saving money and do not want to spend for a keyword tool. However, market Samurai is also a great tool that you can invest your money too. Just try first the free ones and maybe you can try buying MS if it does not work well for you.
     
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    R0meo Senior Member

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    i still use MNF and it does job nicely
     
  17. DarkMeta

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    Use goolge keyword tool works great for me to find good keywords