Keyword Scraper?

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  1. BrandingBaw

    BrandingBaw Power Member

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    Hey there,

    I'm looking for a keyword scraper so I can obtain kw's regarding my niche easily. The scraper needs to hold the ability to export them easily and comma seperated as in:

    kw1,kw2,kw3,kw4,kw5 (so without any spaces and just comma seperated).

    Does anyone know if a tool like this is out there, or perhaps I could use SB for it or something like that?
     
  2. BrandingBaw

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    Oke I obtained kw's through SB. Does anyone know how I can transfer this:


    kw1
    kw2
    kw3

    into:

    kw1,kw2,kw3?

    I tried the SB text editor, but without any luck unfortunatly!
     
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  3. BrandingBaw

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    Anybody?
     
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  5. BrandingBaw

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    0_00_0, thanks - found the solution:

     
  6. BrandingBaw

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    Does anyone know how this is done in Notepad or Notepad++?

    The "^p" line doesn't work in NP(++) and my Word can't handle the huge kw lists any longer without crashing :(
     
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  8. bkshock

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    You could probably just paste the results into Excel and save it as a csv file.
     
  9. ComputerJunkie

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    GSA ser does it for you
     
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  10. drnick2

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    Try the text editor sublime text 2, I have no problems with large kw list in the format you want.
     
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    *Hawke* Junior Member Premium Member

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    GScraper have the keywords expand functions. you can try it.
     
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  12. BrandingBaw

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    Does it scrape kw's and saves them per campaign? If so, explain where I can find them.
     
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    You can do it in the ScrapeBox Text Editor, just click "Convert To Spintax" and it will change this:

    kw1
    kw2
    kw3

    In to this:

    {kw1|kw2|kw3}

    Then use the Find/Replace feature to replace | with , and all your keywords will be on one line comma separated
     
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  14. ComputerJunkie

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    GSA converts

    Kw 1
    Kw 2
    Kw 3

    To

    Kw 1, Kw2, kw 3

    And vice versa
     
  15. spider7

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    thanks for those tips.