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How to analyze keywords for whole website?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by SEOEmpire, Jan 15, 2014.

  1. SEOEmpire

    SEOEmpire Registered Member

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    Is there a website or application that scrapes all the pages of a webpage/domain and then analyze the most used words / tells me the keyword density ?
     
  2. yensidtlaw

    yensidtlaw Power Member

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    Also looking for this.
     
  3. Beven

    Beven Elite Member

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    Never heard of a tool like this but maybe you're onto something.

    Perhaps hire someone to create this for you if you have a budget?
     
  4. SEOEmpire

    SEOEmpire Registered Member

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    Well I can code myself, but was wondering if something like that shouldn't already exist. Because if you just analyze the keywords of a single article you might in reality place way to much keywords in an article if you look at it in the context of the whole website.
     
  5. yensidtlaw

    yensidtlaw Power Member

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    I saw it once online. A website that gives you the top 10 keywords that the site is ranking on the first page for. But I forgot to save it and now I can't find it.
     
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    Not the exact answer you are looking for but there is a free site call lsikeywords.com that gives you the most used keywords used in order, but it analyses the top ranking sites. Not sure if you can search a specific site!!
     
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    There are only online tools that analyze word density in pages but they do not browse all pages you must run separately for ever page !
     
  9. dannyhw

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    I've done this in the past with variable length n-grams, but what's it useful for?
     
  10. SEOEmpire

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    Well I think it plays a major role in how google ranks your site for every search term.
    So if you want to rank for "buy iphone" you cant simply optimize your page for that term. You will have to use relevant words too. With a tool that can analyze the top 10 pages you would know that you will also have to include "apple", "steve jobs", "android", "mobile os" .... In the meantime I found this page which explains it in more detail http://webcontentstudio.com
    this seems to be the software I am searching for, although it's a bit pricey.
     
  11. Sobewine

    Sobewine Newbie

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    Well, Google Webmaster Tools will give you a content keywords report. Probably not as much detail as you would like, but it is something.
     
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    I think the best way to determine the most appropriate keyword is to ask yourself, if you were the consumer
    looking for that product, how would you search it in Google?
     
  13. Puppetmagic

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    I have not heard of such a tool, and i have also never reached a point of needing one, i like to do things slow and sure. Maybe hire someone
     
  14. dannyhw

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    Oh yeah, what I wrote was like a much more accurate advanced version of that but it's still not useful. There was a lot of hoopla about Google using NLP to check whether words that should be related appear in content but it was widely discredited. They do use NLP, but they don't do anything like this.
     
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    Here's a good overview of the concept. I've used this for search applications, but it really only works when your scope is very narrow, like a niche site. Basically it requires more human control the broader range of topics you want to cover. It's a major effort to create a set of rules for a topic like "fashion", let alone all of Google.

    http://www.seobook.com/lsi/lsa_explanation.htm
     
  16. SEOEmpire

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    Thanks! NLP is the term I needed. I searched for that and found that there are several providers of apis around, like alchemyapi.com. The api can be tested online alchemyapi.com/products/demo
    And there are also explanations to all the stuff it analyses.

    I will try to use that api to build a small tool to extract all the information from the first 10 results and then compare them with each other to find similarities.
     
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    Yeah I've actually used that one. They actually seem to have improved it a lot. I used it to write a JS I could drop onto any page on a music site to identify the artist on the fly and show a targeted itunes ad, kind of like adsense but only for that specific purpose. When I wrote it, the API was identifying a severely limited number of artists but I'm trying it now and it's hitting everything dead on. Useful as hell.
     
  18. yensidtlaw

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    Are you on acid?
     
  19. faithjhung

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    Better go with google's webmaster tools. It is broad but you'll know what are some keywords you are hitting.
    Good luck
     
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  20. SEOEmpire

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    I really don't think I can trust a google tool in telling me what are good related keywords to rank for my main keyword :)