Google Auto-suggest Scraper?

by rbowen
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I vaguely remember someone offering a software-tool that would take your inputted keyword and run it through Google & capture all of it's auto-suggestions .. and then take each one of those & run then individually through Google again, capturing all of the resulting auto-suggestions for several iterations.

Does anyone remember anything like that?

If so, please share the link, or whatever info you might have so that I can try finding it.

Thanks,
Richard
#autosuggest #google #scraper
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexis Wilke
    I think you are talking about Google AdWords.

    You have a tool to search keywords and you can copy those keywords as the source of your search.
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    Originally Posted by rbowen View Post

    I vaguely remember someone offering a software-tool that would take your inputted keyword and run it through Google & capture all of it's auto-suggestions .. and then take each one of those & run then individually through Google again, capturing all of the resulting auto-suggestions for several iterations.

    Does anyone remember anything like that?

    If so, please share the link, or whatever info you might have so that I can try finding it.

    Thanks,
    Richard




    I haven't used it for a while but I think Scrapebox scrapes auto suggest. I could be wrong, it's been a while.

    Anyways check out Scrapebox and also search Youtube for relevant Scrapebox tutorials.
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    • Profile picture of the author rbowen
      Originally Posted by yukon View Post

      I haven't used it for a while but I think Scrapebox scrapes auto suggest. I could be wrong, it's been a while.

      Anyways check out Scrapebox and also search Youtube for relevant Scrapebox tutorials.
      Yeah, thanks, man I came across that earlier tonight. But it's like $99 & that's too rich for my blood.
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      • Profile picture of the author yukon
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        Originally Posted by rbowen View Post

        Yeah, thanks, man I came across that earlier tonight. But it's like $99 & that's too rich for my blood.


        You can get it for $67 with this sales page. It says limited time but it's been like that for years.

        • http://www.scrapebox.com/bhw

        That page even talks about scraping auto suggest for keywords. I guess it still works.
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  • Profile picture of the author nicheblogger75
    I believe you are referring to a software called "Keyword Buddy."

    I bought it when it came out a year or so ago.

    It's awesome as it allows you to pull all of the Google auto-suggest keywords from A-Z for any keyword.

    Also, it does the same for YouTube. It also has a built in tool that cross references with the AdWords keyword tool and gives you search numbers for any auto suggested keyword.

    I believe I paid $9.95 for it at the time of release.

    I don't know who the vendor is offhand but I will go through my purchase history at JVZoo and PM you if I can find the vendor's info.

    I believe the software also had a white label rights license option, so it may have been released under other names as well.

    I'll see what I can dig up for you.

    It's a great tool for pulling buyer keywords and also keywords that are really easy to rank for with very little competition.

    I still use it all the time.
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  • Profile picture of the author nicheblogger75
    So after looking through my JVZoo purchase history, it appears the name of the product is "Keyword Buddy Pro" and I bought it in December of 2013 for $12.

    I tried accessing the download page again just to see if the product was still live and it's just an expired domain.

    However, the vendor is a popular vendor who is still launching products.

    I could only get a support email address from the purchase page which I am going to PM to you.

    Maybe you can contact him and see if the product is still being sold.
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  • Profile picture of the author doorji
    I didn't heard of that before. Scraping with google is really tough now, You'll need to have a lot of proxies and many more things scrape from google.com
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  • Profile picture of the author Evan TOder
    Not so with https://www.scrapersnbots.com/softwa...ogle-keywords/ because it scrapes from the front end and not api or backend.
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  • Profile picture of the author anay
    Originally Posted by rbowen View Post

    I vaguely remember someone offering a software-tool that would take your inputted keyword and run it through Google & capture all of it's auto-suggestions .. and then take each one of those & run then individually through Google again, capturing all of the resulting auto-suggestions for several iterations.

    Does anyone remember anything like that?

    If so, please share the link, or whatever info you might have so that I can try finding it.

    Thanks,
    Richard
    It's too simple with Python and selenium; only a few lines of code. In case, you need big data, use rotating proxies or Google might block you. Its against their terms.
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  • Profile picture of the author Evan TOder
    Its called Infinity Google Keywords
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  • Profile picture of the author NickCesarz
    Check out these two free options!

    https://lsigraph.com

    https://neilpatel.com/ubersuggest/

    An additional helpful tool is a Chrome extension called Keywords Everywhere, recommended to me from a YouTube video I saw by Doug Cunnington.
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  • Profile picture of the author Evan TOder
    Its called Infinity Google Keywords
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  • Profile picture of the author GlenH
    Every keyword tool pulls their data from Google.

    So every person is say the 'dog training' market will always get the same keywords back as everyone else.

    Which mean you can easily have thousand of your competitors in the same market using the same keywords to rank for as you do.
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  • Profile picture of the author GlenH
    Originally Posted by rbowen View Post

    I vaguely remember someone offering a software-tool that would take your inputted keyword and run it through Google & capture all of it's auto-suggestions .. and then take each one of those & run then individually through Google again, capturing all of the resulting auto-suggestions for several iterations.

    Does anyone remember anything like that?

    If so, please share the link, or whatever info you might have so that I can try finding it.

    Thanks,
    Richard
    Google shut down the API for theirAutosuggest function back in August, so now you can longer get all those searches that were made by real people.

    It was a great feature, and it gave under the radar keywords that a traditional keyword couldn't find.

    https://searchengineland.com/google-...st-10th-226131
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    • Profile picture of the author yukon
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      Originally Posted by GlenH View Post

      Google shut down the API for theirAutosuggest function back in August, so now you can longer get all those searches that were made by real people.

      It was a great feature, and it gave under the radar keywords that a traditional keyword couldn't find.

      https://searchengineland.com/google-...st-10th-226131


      The same/similar keywords are still there today, they're hidden and most folks don't know about it.
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      • Profile picture of the author GlenH
        Originally Posted by yukon View Post

        The same/similar keywords are still there today, they're hidden and most folks don't know about it.
        There used to be a scraping syntax that worked to extract those keywords, but not anymore.
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