Keyword Researcher Nets a Bountiful Word Collection

by splork on December 12, 2011

I am a web sewer magician always looking for tools to make my experience more enjoyable and ultimately profitable. Keywords give me sustenance for without quality word collections my lantern dims upon the bow of my raft as I float among the shit looking for the bright lights of clickers. I have found such a tool that provides me with copious amounts of orderly keywords to snack upon.

Christmas came early for your favorite splork. Seems one of my 4 or 5 readers decided to allow me access to their latest invention. I have seen keyword tools come and go. A couple I used that sank to the bottom of the pipe were The Keyword Academy’s Niche Refinery then Keyword Tool Dominator. I gave up on MS and MNF as well.

Anyway the tool is Keyword Researcher (If you feel generous you can click here on my affiliate link for his tool).These days I am not really looking to compete with keywords. I simply need new ideas for keywords and then try to dominate those long tail word collections as long as possible. I’m not going for typical 2-3 word keywords. I’m going for the easier long, long keywords. 4-6 words. If you follow Fraser’s Keyword Strategy you know what I mean. These loong keywords are great but how to come up with them?

Keyword Researcher creates lists of keywords you can use. If you need keywords and ideas I can happily recommend you give this tool a go. Give the trial a whirl, sit back and give your mustache a twirl while it works to bestow upon you keyword exaltation.

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Jimbo December 12, 2011 at 8:15 pm

Thanks for the tip, mate. Have you given up on Niche Reaper, too?

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Jonathan December 12, 2011 at 9:06 pm

Hi, Found your blog for the first time today. I’ve heard so many different takes on keyword research that my head is spinning! :-(

Do you recommend just using as many of those long-tail keywords from Keyword researcher without worrying about search volume & competition?

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Renata December 13, 2011 at 3:45 am

Keyword Researcher vs. Long Tail Pro?
Any comparison?

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BrettB December 13, 2011 at 6:44 am

Wow, that’s a nice looking tool. It might be just the thing to revitalise a few niches of mine that I thought I’d done to death. It’s great for getting those How and Why questions you need to write sewage about!

The price is good as well.

PS You forgot to mention it’s so fast that you don’t get too much mustache twirling time!

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Splork December 13, 2011 at 9:29 am

@Jimbo – yea. It’s a nice tool but more than I’m willing to spend. Grabbed what I could and bailed after a month.

@Jonathan – I don’t research the comp stats. I write a lot with keyword phrases in mind for titles and in the body of the text. I go through my own stats and see what people use to find my site and keep using those keywords along with variations. But it really comes down to writing. I just write a lot. Traffic will come eventually. The thing about websites is the days of instant 2 week success is fleeting. I have websites, lenses, blogs, hubpages that have taken a year or more to be picked up by search engines in any meaningful way. The way the engines keep changing shit there is no way to know what it will like from month to month…so I just write a lot.

@Renata – Sorry I’m not familiar with LTP. Maybe someone else can chime in.

@BrettB – It is definitely speedy.

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Conray December 13, 2011 at 10:52 am

Hey Splork, great recommendation man. I have been doing this manually and with different software. This is great. Where did u learn about this tool?

@Renata – Long tail pro queries the Google adword keyword tool not Google suggestions.

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Shuck December 13, 2011 at 12:30 pm

@Reneta – LTP will do competitive analysis for you, with Keyword Researcher, you don’t need competitive analysis because this tool will find hundreds (if not thousands) of very long tail keywords. In my experience, if you write and article using one of your keywords with KR you will be on the first page within a week or sometimes hours.

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BrettB December 14, 2011 at 5:27 am

Well I spent all night with this tool and I made sure I got enough article ideas out of it to pay for the tool many times over.

As always it’s a good tool for writing sewage in the celebs and other niches.

You need to play around with the phrasing and positioning of your “*” but I came up with some cracking suggestions for one of my promising new sites.

I like to bundle these ultra low volume phrases into FAQ-like pages with 4-5 other questions people are asking.

Thanks again Spork!

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Splork December 14, 2011 at 10:44 am

@BrettB – interesting idea about using those phrases for FAQs

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Ton December 16, 2011 at 12:45 am

Thanks Splork for the kind post. I was surprised to see so many comments.

@Jonathan – Yes I personally check volume for each keyword I find – via the free google keyword tool, or via Fraser’s KeywordStrategy. His tool is great because you can paste in 10,000 keywords and it will give you search volume in seconds.

If anyone has any questions I usually answer pretty quick. There is a contact page at keywordresearcher.org.

Thanks,
Ton

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Ted December 20, 2011 at 12:28 am

I bought this tool thru your link,,,school is still out on this tool,,,I will give a fair chance. I’m not impressed with the tool interface.
Ted

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Splork December 20, 2011 at 8:23 am

@Ted – Thanks. It may not be for everyone.

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Kevin December 23, 2011 at 3:06 pm

This is the perfect tool to match with keyword strategy if you want to find longtail keywords for affiliate marketing or google adsense.

Kevin

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Ted December 27, 2011 at 1:32 pm

Ok,,,I have worked with the Key word tool,,,,(school is back in) and it is excellent,,,it fits my needs well,,I use it primarily for article topics,,it gives me a whole array of key word topics. Well worth the money and Tony gives excellent support.
Best Wishes
Ted

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james danielson January 13, 2012 at 6:35 pm

Obama will be giving away a similar tool like this for free. It will only cost the US tax payers another $100,000,000,000 in new stimulus taxes.

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Brett February 10, 2012 at 5:06 am

Wow, somehow this tool keeps working and I now have enough keywords to keep me writing sewage for the next 5 years!

I’m constantly impressed by the new keywords it’s finding me in niches that I haven’t written too much about so far.

There’s a load of pretty easy cash to be made in niches that don’t involve forex trading, acai berries, furniture or weight loss!

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Splork February 10, 2012 at 9:38 am

@Brett – indeed. It is quite a nice tool.

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Barry March 10, 2012 at 5:42 pm

Ah yes, once more into the sewer with Jean Valjean Splork. Or is it Harry Lime? Never could figure it out.

Looks good. Can’t be worse than some of the dreck I’ve got sitting on my hard drive. If it can find a few good leads, then it’s well worth the few dollars.

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Tyler August 2, 2013 at 7:05 pm

At this time it looks like BlogEngine is the preferred blogging platform out there right now.
(from what I’ve read) Is that what you are using on your blog?

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