keywords analyzer tools

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i want best keywords analyzer tools..... please help me out...
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  • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
    Google Keyword Tool (With an Adwords account) + Excel / LibreOffice to analyze and sort the data + Traffic Travis free to research the top 10 competition.
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  • Profile picture of the author seoexp1982
    Hello Js!
    Big thanks for the dofollow links
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    • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
      Originally Posted by seoexp1982 View Post

      Hello Js!
      Big thanks for the dofollow links
      Ha. No problem. Thanks for the thanks.

      Anyway, I used to use Market Samurai but forced myself to learn the filtering features of Excel & OpenOffice (LibreOffice now.) It is SO much more powerful. I love being able to filter a list of 25,000+ keywords with the press of a few buttons.

      For example, you can set a filter to show only phrases that are 7 or more words long, get 1,000+ searches, and have a high amount of Adwords competition with just a few clicks.

      It's pretty easy to find a bunch of low competition long-tails this way.

      I know MS can do the same. But it is painfully slow.
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      • Profile picture of the author ochaim
        Originally Posted by JSProjects View Post

        Anyway, I used to use Market Samurai but forced myself to learn the filtering features of Excel & OpenOffice (LibreOffice now.) It is SO much more powerful. I love being able to filter a list of 25,000+ keywords with the press of a few buttons.

        For example, you can set a filter to show only phrases that are 7 or more words long, get 1,000+ searches, and have a high amount of Adwords competition with just a few clicks.
        you know how to filter strings in the spreadsheets???

        do you use VB or something to do that??

        I tried figuring that out, but it all looked like greek to someone who doesn't speak or write greek.

        I think I have too many tools, almost all of them:

        I use them all depending on what I'm looking for, just a feeling.. rough competition evaluation, stealth keyword comp analyzer... then a second opinion from MNF, or market samurai if I really want to see the details of a site's backlink profile. To see what I have to do to rank above them.

        I know, I have too many of these toys, probably.

        Owen.
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        • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
          I've been thinking about putting together some video tutorials. Maybe even a WSO on the entire method of KW research that I follow from start to scratch. But since it's not a WSO promising $xxx in 1 day, I'm not sure it'd sell very well. But it does help me find a LOT of really good long tail keywords.

          Here's an example of the filtering feature from one of my keyword lists in LibreOffice:



          This list has a little over 16k keywords from a single niche. Took about an 45 minutes to put it together. Some may find it a tiny bit time consuming, but it's worth it.

          Originally Posted by ochaim View Post

          you know how to filter strings in the spreadsheets???

          do you use VB or something to do that??

          I tried figuring that out, but it all looked like greek to someone who doesn't speak or write greek.


          I think I have too many tools, almost all of them:

          I use them all depending on what I'm looking for, just a feeling.. rough competition evaluation, stealth keyword comp analyzer... then a second opinion from MNF, or market samurai if I really want to see the details of a site's backlink profile. To see what I have to do to rank above them.

          I know, I have too many of these toys, probably.

          Owen.
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          • Profile picture of the author emotainment
            Originally Posted by JSProjects View Post

            I've been thinking about putting together some video tutorials. Maybe even a WSO on the entire method of KW research that I follow from start to scratch. But since it's not a WSO promising in 1 day, I'm not sure it'd sell very well. But it does help me find a LOT of really good long tail keywords.

            Here's an example of the filtering feature from one of my keyword lists in LibreOffice:



            This list has a little over 16k keywords from a single niche. Took about an 45 minutes to put it together. Some may find it a tiny bit time consuming, but it's worth it.
            The first rule of marketing is positioning. It's all about how you position your new WSO. I encourage you to pursue it as you seem to really appreciate it and know a lot about it and I know for certain there's not much else in the way of spreadsheets around here.

            You've already inspired me to pull out a spreadsheet and make my own list.
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            • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
              Originally Posted by emotainment View Post

              The first rule of marketing is positioning. It's all about how you position your new WSO. I encourage you to pursue it as you seem to really appreciate it and know a lot about it and I know for certain there's not much else in the way of spreadsheets around here.

              You've already inspired me to pull out a spreadsheet and make my own list.
              Thanks.

              Once I forced myself to learn the basics of Excel / Calc (LibreOffice) I was mad that I didn't do it sooner. Makes most of the other KW tools seem pretty terrible in comparison.

              The Google Keyword tool is free. LibreOffice is free. And the other tools I use to generate keywords are free. Together they're all MUCH more powerful than any program I've used.
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          • Profile picture of the author JoshN
            Originally Posted by JSProjects View Post

            I've been thinking about putting together some video tutorials. Maybe even a WSO on the entire method of KW research that I follow from start to scratch. But since it's not a WSO promising in 1 day, I'm not sure it'd sell very well. But it does help me find a LOT of really good long tail keywords.

            Here's an example of the filtering feature from one of my keyword lists in LibreOffice:



            This list has a little over 16k keywords from a single niche. Took about an 45 minutes to put it together. Some may find it a tiny bit time consuming, but it's worth it.
            I am going to bump this old thread. I am interested in how you determine competition and how you define Relatively Easy?

            I just see an advertiser competition number and high advertiser competition is a good thing.
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            • Profile picture of the author anoopsh00
              For keyword analysis, i am always use Google adword tool it is best tool gives lots of good suggestion.
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            • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
              Originally Posted by JoshN View Post

              I am going to bump this old thread. I am interested in how you determine competition and how you define Relatively Easy?

              I just see an advertiser competition number and high advertiser competition is a good thing.
              From Traffic Travis. (The free version lets you analyze the top 10 competition of up to 5 phrases at once. Then it provides a "difficultly" for the keyword / phrase.) TT is not 100% accurate. But it does give you a good general idea of the competition. I always dig in deeper and manually research the keywords I REALLY want to go after.
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      • Profile picture of the author UW
        Originally Posted by JSProjects View Post

        Ha. No problem. Thanks for the thanks.

        Anyway, I used to use Market Samurai but forced myself to learn the filtering features of Excel & OpenOffice (LibreOffice now.) It is SO much more powerful. I love being able to filter a list of 25,000+ keywords with the press of a few buttons.

        For example, you can set a filter to show only phrases that are 7 or more words long, get 1,000+ searches, and have a high amount of Adwords competition with just a few clicks.

        It's pretty easy to find a bunch of low competition long-tails this way.

        I know MS can do the same. But it is painfully slow.
        how do you get so many keywords when googles keyword tool only lets you export 800 keywords?
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        • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
          Originally Posted by UW View Post

          how do you get so many keywords when googles keyword tool only lets you export 800 keywords?
          Merge 'em.
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          • Profile picture of the author UW
            Originally Posted by JSProjects View Post

            Merge 'em.
            oh ok. so you just export 800 words at a time all into one excel document. gotcha. thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author lennyk1313
    There are many tools out there, but stick to Google Keyword Tool.
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  • Profile picture of the author shalycriston
    I'm also prefer to "Google Adwords tool" It's really good for "keywords analyze"
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  • Profile picture of the author chenkev
    I own MS and MNF, but I'm usually too lazy to open them up and just end up using GKWT
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  • Profile picture of the author indybail
    I too would suggest the Adwords Keyword tool.
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  • Profile picture of the author lena012
    I am using Market Samurai and Google Keyword tool.

    I think both of them are really good. The only difference for both of them is that Google keyword tool is free and MS is not. But MS is a good buy too and a lot of use for your website promotion.
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    • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
      Originally Posted by lena012 View Post

      I am using Market Samurai and Google Keyword tool.

      I think both of them are really good. The only difference for both of them is that Google keyword tool is free and MS is not. But MS is a good buy too and a lot of use for your website promotion.
      My problem with the keyword research module in MS is that it uses the Google Keyword Tool but is a LOT slower. Why not just go straight to the source and bypass MS?
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  • Profile picture of the author bb785
    SEMRush and Spyfu but they are a little pricey IMO.
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  • Profile picture of the author UMS
    Google Adwords Keyword Tool is a good place to start, but it can be very time consuming doing all the competition analysis manually (you don't get that information from GAKT).

    I've used many keyword tools, and I personally think SECockpit is way ahead of the field.
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  • Profile picture of the author shiko5000
    market samurai & micro niche finder are the best
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  • Profile picture of the author smileverse
    Try Google Adwords keyword tool to get some suggestion on the keywords for your website. You can use the same tool to check the competitor website's keywords and the competition for a keyword (in one year avg. basis).
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    • Profile picture of the author Rembro
      It depends on your goals i suppose. If you need it for SEO, try keyworda[dot]com
      It's not very easy to start using, but when you do... well, I hope you don't work in the same niche as me :-)
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  • Profile picture of the author BigSleep
    Adwords Keyword tool is superb. I`d stick with that if I was you
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  • Profile picture of the author socialbookmark
    The best ones i tried are Google Adwords Keyword tool and semrush.com . These sites give you more accurate results. But the best one in my opinion is still Google Adwords Keyword tool because it has the most accurate database.
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  • Profile picture of the author heenakapoor
    There are many tools for keyword analysis. I use Google adword Keyword tool which provided by Google. It is a best tool for keyword analysis. It provides the Local and Global monthly searches related to your suggested keywords. You can target the keywords for your website to analysis their search volume. If you target the keyword for PPC, it provide the cost estimate or your PPC campaign.
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  • Profile picture of the author leorocking25
    Keyword Analyzer Tools is use to improve the performance of search campaign while simultaneously saving the valuable time. Market Samurai, it is regarded as the best analyzer which i like most.
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  • Profile picture of the author sharonhurley
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    Google keyword tool is an extremely powerful tool when used correctly.
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    • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
      Originally Posted by kevin68 View Post

      At first I did not pay attention to keywords analysis, six months later, I found out that I was wrong. I chose MS.now
      Yeah, KW research is pretty important. Otherwise you'd be going in circles & going nowhere.
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