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[METHOD] How I Find Low Competition High Search Volume Keywords Using Scrapebox

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by cyberzilla, Dec 16, 2010.

  1. cyberzilla

    cyberzilla Elite Member Premium Member

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    This method is very simple, but powerful and never failed me! I come across many untapped long tail keywords with low competition and high search volume in many niches EVERYDAY. :)



    Step-1: Open Google keyword tool and your favorite domain registrar

    Step-2: Launch SB and open the keyword scraper.

    Step-3: Enter any keyword. For example, enter "apple" and start scraping.

    Step-4: After scraping is done, remove duplicate keywords and copy those keywords in an excel file (don't use notepad)

    Step-5: Enter those scraped keywords again in the keyword scraper and start scraping. Add those scraped keywords after removing the duplicates again in the same excel sheet.

    Step-6: Repeat step-4 and 5 using keyword scraper until you find all the long tail keywords.

    Step-7: Now you have a huge list of long tail keywords. Copy the first 100 keywords and paste it into the Google keyword tool. Enable the option "Only show ideas closely related to my search terms" and search.

    Step-8: We want the exact search for the entered keywords so under match types select "[Exact]" and search again.

    Step-9: Sort the result from high to low search count. Now you have the exact keywords sorted by search volume.

    Step-10: Ignore all the one word and two word keywords. Start analyzing the first page competition and the EXACT keywords domain availability. I'm not going deep into the competition area, I leave it to you.


    Step-11: Now copy the next 100 keywords and repeat the step-7, 8 and 9 until you finish all the keywords in your list

    Step-12: Once you find a high search volume and low competition keyword, build your website and monetize it.

    Notes:


    • To analyze the competition, you can either use MS or install SEO Quake and check the first page competition.
    • Register exact keyword domain name. If it is not available, move to the next keyword unless the competition is very low.
    • In Google keyword tool, you can search for maximum 100 keywords at a time.
    Here is a video which shows exactly what I do, the same method which I described above. Just give it a try and share your results.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bmBHiIL5fqY
     
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  2. mindmaster

    mindmaster Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Great and simple way.
    To bad I don't have the SB.
     
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    ┼blackrat┼ Senior Member

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    Looks good mate. Solid plan.
     
  4. cyberzilla

    cyberzilla Elite Member Premium Member

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    Thanks! you should consider buying SB:)
     
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    Cool post OP, another great use for scrapebox.
     
  6. semilar

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    Dude great how to, thanks alot.

    One thing bugs me though - never use godaddy for domain research, they're known to register domains that users search for, at least not unless you want to register the domains asap after checking with godaddy. Better use psychicwhois.com.

    Anyways, thanks for the great howto!
     
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  7. cyberzilla

    cyberzilla Elite Member Premium Member

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    OMG! Is that true? I use Godaddy pretty much everyday to search domains! I should stop that:D
     
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    teamrecon Registered Member

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    Thankyou. Nice and easy method. :)
     
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    tap1on Junior Member

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    Really great tip mate!
    Gonna try it out abit now
     
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    Really great tip mate!
    Gonna try it out abit now
     
  11. cyberzilla

    cyberzilla Elite Member Premium Member

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    Great! just try for yourself and post your result.
     
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    jiggsaw Regular Member

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    Good method. You can do steps 4 and 5 within the keyword scraper.
     
  13. tomlondon

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    What a simple way of doing it - why didn't I thought of that? Thanks mate!
     
  14. cyberzilla

    cyberzilla Elite Member Premium Member

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    You HAVE to do it using keyword scraper only:D Sorry if it confuses you. I just edited step-6 for better clarity:)
     
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    Don't know if you wrote it but you can check the if the domains are available using scrapebox aswell.
     
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    cyberzilla Elite Member Premium Member

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    I tried it, but the result is inaccurate so I stick to directly searching sites:)
     
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    cyberzilla Elite Member Premium Member

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    This idea sparked in my mind when I was searching for more ways to find long tail keywords. SB keyword scraper scrape keywords from many source which is what I need:)
     
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    cyberzilla Elite Member Premium Member

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    Don't know how many of you watched the video fully. At the end, I showed a long tail keyword with high search volume and less competition. Exact keyword domain is also available. Let's see who is gonna grab it:D
     
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    jiggsaw Regular Member

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    Nah, I'm not confused. I actually know scrapebox pretty well. What I meant was that you don't have to use excel until the very end of this process. You can scrape the keywords, remove duplicates, add the keywords back to the keyword list, and scrape again. Rinse and repeat. All within the keyword scraper. Excel isn't needed until you already have your big list ready. Unless I'm missing something?
     
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    agreed! also the reason why I choose excel is because google keyword tool only allows 100 keywords to search at a time so If you use excel, you can select 100 keywords quickly because it shows you the count while you scroll and select.