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Find a list of keywords I rank for... how?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by LeakyWeenie, May 3, 2011.

  1. LeakyWeenie

    LeakyWeenie Registered Member

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    How do I find a list of the keywords that I rank for?

    I just need to copy and paste a list of my top 500 keywords for some reasearch.

    I can see them in analytics but when I export them the .csv comes out all garbled. I need just a simple text list of keywords, one per line, that my site ranks for. I don't need any more info other than the keywords themselves.

    Any idea how I can generate a list like this? I know it should be easy, my brain seems to have shut down for today.
     
  2. ash1ey

    ash1ey BANNED BANNED

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    Why not just get the CSV, open it with OpenOffice (free) or MS excel, then highlight the row with your keywords, select copy, paste in to notepad. You now have a list of your keywords.
     
  3. LeakyWeenie

    LeakyWeenie Registered Member

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    That's exactly what I tried to do, but when I open it in openoffice it comes out all garbled, the keywords are not actually the keywords, they are split into one word each, and have other junk in the same rows? weird...
     
  4. valle

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    Google Webmaster tools or SEM Rush
     
  5. ScrapeBoss

    ScrapeBoss Elite Member Premium Member

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    Use google keyword tool. Insert your website url and all keywords will show up
     
  6. LeakyWeenie

    LeakyWeenie Registered Member

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    Thanks!!
     
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    markomarkogame Power Member

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  8. LeakyWeenie

    LeakyWeenie Registered Member

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    I was needing the list to use WITH traffic travis.. I obviously haven't figured the entire thing out yet.. If I can find what keywords I already rank for with TT then that's awesome!
     
  9. SEOQuake Team

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    Use Semrush. It has option - export results to excel. You may export 500 results if you buy paid account.