Keywordtools- which one finds most Longtail Keywords ?

by Plato
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Heyoo,
was wondering which tool will find the most longtail keys. Can someone who worked with several Keywordtools recommend the one which gets the highest number of longtail keywords ?
Thanks
#finds #keywords #keywordtool #keywordtools #longtail
  • Profile picture of the author Abbie88
    Try to check Stealth Keyword Digger. They search long keywords from many sources which will give you thousands. But you have to analyze the profitability. You can do it with its brother : Stealth Keyword Competition Analyzer.

    LongTailPro is good for fast finding profitable long tail keywords.

    Good luck
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  • Profile picture of the author lavathemes
    Best tool which i am using is Wordstream and Google adword keyword tool.
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    • Profile picture of the author larryboy03
      I use Long tail pro, great tool!
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      • Profile picture of the author aliendrummer
        Originally Posted by larryboy03 View Post

        I use Long tail pro, great tool!
        LTP for the win!
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  • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
    Google Keyword Tool + Traffic Travis to analyze the top 10 + Excel / Calc to sort the data.

    Little bit of a learning curve but it's worth it. (And free!)

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  • Profile picture of the author Shane Bellone
    Originally Posted by Plato View Post

    Heyoo,
    was wondering which tool will find the most longtail keys. Can someone who worked with several Keywordtools recommend the one which gets the highest number of longtail keywords ?
    Thanks
    I've used several programs and I prefer Long Tail Pro.
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    • Profile picture of the author rjames
      longtail and market samurai...
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      • Profile picture of the author Plato
        Thank you all for these helpful suggestions - will have a closer look at these tools. Ltp seems to very popular on this board. Watched a webinar Kim Roach did a few weeks ago (really good stuff!) she was using that tool as well.
        Like the method JSProjects has posted, nice strategy.
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        • Profile picture of the author rasel786
          I think Google Ad-word tool will be helpful for you.
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        • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
          Originally Posted by Plato View Post

          Thank you all for these helpful suggestions - will have a closer look at these tools. Ltp seems to very popular on this board. Watched a webinar Kim Roach did a few weeks ago (really good stuff!) she was using that tool as well.
          Like the method JSProjects has posted, nice strategy.
          It's great if you're willing to spend a little bit of time learning how to filter data in a spreadsheet. I know, sounds boring and difficult. But it is a LOT faster than any keyword research tool I've ever used.

          Basically comes down to grabbing as many keywords as you can in the Google Keyword tool and downloading them as CSV files. (Learn to make use of the "show more like this" option in the Google Keyword Tool.) Then, merging those csv files together using a batch script.

          COPY *.csv merged.csv
          This will take all of the csv files with hundreds of keywords in them and merge them into a single csv file.

          Remove duplicates from the new csv file, dig around a little bit, and start putting the search terms you're interested in analyzing into Traffic Travis. (The top 10 competition analyzer.)

          You can get the # of words in a line by using a formula:

          =IF(LEN(TRIM(A1))=0,0,LEN(TRIM(A1))-LEN(SUBSTITUTE(A1," ",""))+1)
          I know it all looks SUPER difficult. But once you get the hang of working with a spreadsheet program, it's a total breeze and makes every other KW research tool look terrible in comparison.
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  • Profile picture of the author Msaeed
    JSP, how have you got the difficulty for each keyword? Just doing it for each individually or is there a quicker way?
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    • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
      Originally Posted by Msaeed View Post

      JSP, how have you got the difficulty for each keyword? Just doing it for each individually or is there a quicker way?
      The free version (Which is what I use) of Traffic Travis lets you research 5 keywords at a time. Paid version is unlimited.
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  • Profile picture of the author nguyenanseo
    I use google keyword in addition to toll you can do small surveys with family friends
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  • Profile picture of the author boosters
    I am using 2 tools Niche Cracker (Lack of Developer Support) and Ultimate Niche finder (Regular Updates and Support) both are top notch software that i haven't seen before.
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  • Profile picture of the author CrazyDan
    I use Niche Cracker it gives a more accurate analysis of the competition, also think to get Market Samurai at the moment he is working smartly and the most important tool - the brain
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  • Profile picture of the author Hansons
    WordTracker was also good for finding long tail keywords, but I used it two years before, not sure now.
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