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Good Keyword Finder

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by veheme, Mar 27, 2012.

  1. veheme

    veheme Elite Member

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    Hello guys, could anyone suggest a good keyword finder? I don't mind much about the results or its accuracy. What I'm more concerned about is if the keywords presented are arranged well and really are searched by people.

    Thanks guys! :)
     
  2. rileyb

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    there is one that will search for long tails its called keyword fighter it also comes with a bonus tool to check competition. This tools searches on google, yahoo, youtube, and more...

    I think someone posted it here ;)
     
  3. veheme

    veheme Elite Member

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    I've tried Traffic Travis before though but it doesn't give me ENOUGH keywords, the LSI and the other related terms. I was using the free version and I feel it is quite lacking in functionality.
     
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    I use : http://seobook.com
    and wordtracker free keyword tool is good

    keyword fighter is excellent...

    I tried ultimate niche finder and I was dissapointed.

    I have micro niche finder but I think it runs too slow and I can find them faster myself.

    I think seobook is updated wayy before google keyword tool updates. I see many hot searches with that one.
     
  5. Ramsweb

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    I don't know of any great keyword finding tools although your ideas are probably the best when it comes to finding great keywords. Both of my primary sites focus on keywords that I thought of when I wasn't even at the computer.
     
  6. forwardedlandlines

    forwardedlandlines Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Currently I'm checking out stealth keyword digger. You can find it cracked.
     
  7. aftershock2020

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    Here is a simple one. It is free and works really well, from Richard Legg's site:

    http://trafficeuncut.com/keywordtool.exe

    Anyone wants to drop a scan on it, go ahead...it is directly from one of Richard's program offers as a free tool. It is clean but, don't take my word for it.
     
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  8. mnhweb

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    The link don't work...
     
  9. ugjunk

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    If I am not wrong then you need a keyword research tool right or keyword suggester ?

    This is how I do my keyword research, I normally use Keyword *****, this gives me tons of keywords as suggestion, then I use google adwords, I combine all the keywords and rerun the complete test once again with the keywords found, then I remove any duplicates and filter out the unwanted words and finally run Market Samurai with those keywords. I arrange the details as Exact, Monthly, Total monthly searches and SEOC competition. Based on that once I get few keywords, I look for EMD and then do rest of my work.
     
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    jcsuperstar Regular Member Premium Member

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    lol...

    Important Update Regarding The Free Keyword Tool

    Recently Wordtracker (the keyword database) has changed their site to no longer permit tools from directly accessing their free data ... in what appears to be an attempt to get people to sign up for a paid account instead.

    Because of this, the keyword tool recommended (and probably more than 90% of all other keyword tools online) no longer works as intended.

    We are attempting to create a workaround solution to keep providing a free keyword tool, but in the mean time, we recommend you visit the link below to download a free trial copy of "Market Samurai". This software uses a different database for it's keyword data and so is not affected by this change.


     
  13. aftershock2020

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    HA! That's freakin' funny.

    The tools are still live but, they aren't very accurate at all, ofcourse, they never have been, to be perfectly honest.

    I have clients swear by it: http://freekeywords.wordtracker.com/gtrends

    However, I personally don't prefer it...check it out for yourselves.
     
  14. blackhawk12

    blackhawk12 Registered Member

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    Dont go behind key tools. Your best bet will be G tool & use it to dig more keywords from your main keyword. That's the best tool!
     
  15. BlackSEOBelt

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    I use Rank Tracker. The tool does both keyword research and track rankings, that's why it's called Rank Tracker. It pulls keywords from Google keyword tool, SEMrush, Google suggest, Google related searches section, etc. (20 methods total), and also provides # of searches, competition and their ratio (keyword efficiency index).
     
  16. allby

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    Google adwords tool is the best i know.
     
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    Have you tried Ultimate Niche Finder ?
     
  18. markhenry121

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    Google AdWords Keyword Tool,wordpot both are good keyword finder tool