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Is there any free online auto keyword finder?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Devilfish1688, Dec 27, 2013.

  1. Devilfish1688

    Devilfish1688 Power Member

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    for an example ,

    I copy one Article and paste on it
    the website will auto analyisa scrap out those keywords
     
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    ilovestocks Junior Member

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    If I'm understanding you correctly, wordcounter .net will pull out the most used keywords and tell you their density. It's a copy/paste online tool.

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    charmtolucky Registered Member

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    There are other similar tools also available online. Just Google it and you will find many. Put your content and they will give you the refresh one. But such tools will not help you as I tried it once and the result wasn't good,
     
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    If you put the website URL into the Keyword Planner at Google, you will get keyword ideas. Several plugins for Firefox and Chrome will give you the density of keywords from the right mouse menu.
     
  6. Ballan

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    You're assuming every page has a "keyword". Many don't, they've not been written that way. Suggestions above will tell you predominant terms, which isn't a bad proxy, though won't tell you much about longtail terms

    the suggestion of using keyword planner is good - should give a sense of what google thinks is important on the page