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In Need of a Tool to Separate Duplicated Keywords from Good Keywords

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by Claudiu, Jan 29, 2010.

  1. Claudiu

    Claudiu Regular Member

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    I have 2 lists of keywords. One list has 500 keywords, Second list has 1000 keywords. In the second list there's also keywords from the First list so I need a software to make a Third list in which i'll have the non-duplicate keywords of the First and Second List.

    Any idea how to get this done ?
     
  2. Zeprokon

    Zeprokon Newbie

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    Code:
    http://www.goodkeywords.com/keyword-pad/
    This should do the trick.

    Zeprokon
     
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  3. Claudiu

    Claudiu Regular Member

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    ty for your answer .. turns out the software is buggy .. it doesn't do what it was supposed to .. I still Need a Tool for This
     
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  4. Claudiu

    Claudiu Regular Member

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    still need help with this ..
     
  5. rawturtle

    rawturtle Newbie

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    Try EXCEL from MS Office ! :pound:

    Put the keywords on the same column and then filter them.
     
  6. bill040506

    bill040506 Newbie

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    heres a link to a free software i use sometimes
    its pretty good
    it might help you
    Code:
    http://unselfishmarketer.s3.amazonaws.com/keywordmanagersetup.zip
    thanks
     
  7. bangus

    bangus Newbie

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    EXCEL would do the trick. You can auto advance filter them so you'll get only the original keyword list.