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Webpage Keyword Rape Tool

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by Headbanger, Nov 3, 2009.

  1. Headbanger

    Headbanger Newbie

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    Hello Black Hat World.

    I dig this site and I hope that I will learn a lot as well as share my findings with all you intelligent little life forms.

    Care if I shoot with my first question? (I'll return the favour by posting something useful in another thread.)

    I'm looking for a tool that basically scans a given HTML file (or text for that matter) which then suggests all relevant keyphrases (in the correct order) as well as keywords.

    I'm a little tired of going through a website and manually extracting the keyphrases and keywords myself for optimization. It get's tedious especially if you have a HUGE site to do.

    Any suggestions?
     
  2. hplovecraft

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    can you not do this with the Free Google Adwords Tool? Just by entering a web address rather than a keyword?

    :)
     
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  3. Headbanger

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    What? no!

    Does that work?

    What if the web address (domain) has nothing to do with the site's content? Have a look at this scuba diving site for example: http://www.bubbleblowers.co.za The domain does not suggest that it is a Scuba Diving site at all (For a human mind yes, but as far as I'm concerned, Google doesn't think like a human...yet.)
     
  4. Headbanger

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    YES it worked! Thank you hplovecraft

    You my friend, are a legend!


    Okay, hang on. There's a problem with using Googles Keyword tool. It generates keywords related to the websites content and not really the EXACT keywords or phrases that actually appears on the website. If I have to sit here and filter through the list Google's Keyword tool generates then I might as well use my manual method.

    I need a tool that scans and displays EXACT keywords and phrases and not suggestions. The site's content had already been written.
     
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  5. Headbanger

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    bump this post
     
  6. youngguy

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    you should use this:

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    http://www.seochat.com/seo-tools/keyword-density/
    
    P.S: bumping this post will make you banned. You replied 3 times to your thread lol. You're being watched.
     
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    Thank you kindly. That is what I was looking for. I just wish it wouldn't jumble up the 3 to 4 word keyphrases though.

    As for bumping the thread, SORRY ADMINS! My bad!
     
  8. MrFreeweed

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    Scrape the meta tags and so on. try it yourself you will learn a ton. This wont work but will give you the basic tools.

    php => lookup preg_match or its companions to find the stuff your looking for in the requested html file. then string replace into an array all keywords.

    Hope this helps. If not someone else may have a scraper for keywords, I just do images and videos.

    //Steal googles images download and then have cex with them
    Code:
    $searchURL = "google.com";
    
    $results = file_get_contents($searchURL);
    preg_match_all('/Img.*?;/', $results, $string, PREG_SET_ORDER );
    
    foreach($string as $keywords)
            {
               blah_blah_here();
            }
     
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  9. 1zooegypt

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    thanks for the post good info for a newbie like me