Finding EMDs headache

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  1. dannym954

    dannym954 Regular Member

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    Hey again guys :)

    My problem is that whilst finding keywords with the right search volume and the right CPC is childs play, finding ones with EMDs is next to impossible. Seriously. I can be at it for weeks before i find one just checking adwords tool and godaddy.

    So anyway, i figured i might as well ask here if there is a better way to find niche keywords with my requirements plus an EMD, free preferably but it doesn't matter all that much.

    Thanks.
     
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    thetrustedzone Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    haha , i will give you one for free .
     
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    Reverse engineer it my friend. Find the EMD then look it up.. :) Expireddomains.net WOO HOO or Freshdrop
     
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    Thanks for the replys and the help guys, it actually helped more than you think :)

    That said, what i really need is a tool or a better method for finding my own, it's not that i don't appreciate your help i just don't much fancy being spoonfed for the rest of my IM career :)
     
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    check out keyword blaze while its free. i downloaded it a few days ago and its pretty good. and fast aswell. jus search it up
     
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    I intend to make money from this so it doesn't matter much if i have to pay for it :) Thanks.
     
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    thanks for the link i couldn't get the prelaunch but ill keep searching
     
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    godaddy has a bulk domain search. Can search up to 500 domains at once and it filters out odd characters automatically. I usually download cvs of google kw tool, copy first column, and paste it into the bulk domain search. Found pretty good results like this.