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Help with Google keywords analysis

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Barbarossa, Dec 10, 2010.

  1. Barbarossa

    Barbarossa Regular Member

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    Noob Alert!

    I've been reading the forum for about two weeks but haven't found info on how to go find the most searched words/terms/keywords/key-phrases, or whatever the hell they call it, on google. Can anyone tell me or direct me to the right thread please?

    Also, I'm coding a bot to comment on youtube. I tested it with two email IDs and the bot logs in and logs out with them and posts. But I dont know much about posting anonymously. Learned about proxy bonanza website from this forum, then learned that they suck on this forum again.:confused: I'd appreciate if someone guides me with this proxy business and google keyword analysis. I'll be willing to share whatever finished bot I have when I'm done coding.



    Note only to those smartasses about to post "Search the damn forum":
    keep your advice! If you know everything then go make your billions with your knowledge instead of wasting your time picking on noobs on these forums.
     
  2. oinky222

    oinky222 Regular Member

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    google the phrase "google keyword tool" and you will find your answer. make sure though to uncheck "Broad Match" (which for some odd reason is the default) and check "Exact Match", cause the broad match data is completely useless. for private proxies, i think the most popular source is mrtornado, whose website is called yourprivateproxy.com. but i think proxybonanza may work for what you are trying to do. most people say proxybonanza sucks because they no longer support scrapebox. so it sucks for scrapebox users, but works very well for most other purposes. Also, i might be wrong, but i think i read that in order to remain more anonymous, you have to switch your user agent as well as your ip address.
     
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  3. TyphoonAgency

    TyphoonAgency Regular Member

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    Broad match is good for giving you ideas for related phrases with high number of searches that you can use in your content writing. It's also good for giving you ideas for related sites.
     
  4. GrindcoreVlad

    GrindcoreVlad Newbie

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    There are also> wordstream free tool, wordpot and wordtracker free tool. Also use Google suggest, trends, google wonderwheel etc.
     
  5. Barbarossa

    Barbarossa Regular Member

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    Oinky222,
    What answer am I supposed to find with "google keyword tool"? Can you just name me the product? And when do you say uncheck broad match, do you mean uncheck it while googling? If so, I dont see anything like it by google search bar.

    Whats a user agent and how do I switch it?
     
  6. Barbarossa

    Barbarossa Regular Member

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    Let me rephrase my question: how do I obtain a LIST of top searched keywords/keyphrases? I'd like the list to be atleast 5,000 entries long.

    I dont want to research a keyword that I already have in mind. I want to FIND a keyword in that list, thats just below the top 1000 and doesn't have too much competition.
     
  7. SexyMonk

    SexyMonk Junior Member

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    Why do you need the most searched keywords?

    You are not making sense with what you are asking.

    If you explain what you are trying to do I can see if I can help.
     
  8. Barbarossa

    Barbarossa Regular Member

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    Let me quote part of the OP of a thread on this forum.

    I start with keyword lists from adsenseheaven which guesstimates the most expensive keywords to bid on in the PPC AdWords side of the Google ad world. I generally ignore the top 1000, as they are very competitive and saturated. I am not concerned with the top payouts.

    I store this data every month in a mySQL database with the previous months data, and over time I am able to see which phrases are consistently in the lists and unlikely to disappear. I call them long term performers.

    I cross check each phrase with the number of pages currently indexed in google, to see how much competition there is for a each key phrase. It's usually easier to land a top 10 first page SERP position if there is less competition for the phrase.


    I cant post the url of that thread because bhw automated system wont let me. You see how doug is researching which keywords have low competition? How do you do that. That was my question. The website he mentioned doesn't exist anymore.
     
  9. GrindcoreVlad

    GrindcoreVlad Newbie

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    I really don't know any tool that it would generate 5000 keywords. What you can do is take the 1000 KW you already have and spin the hell out of them, but only the long tails, because I don't think you will find simple expressions, that don't have competition.