Combining Scrapebox’s keyword scraper and Google’s new Keyword Planner can be very powerful when you want to build a huge list of niche related keywords and see search volume for them all.
I’ve recorded a video showing you how I use it…
Hi there. I’m Ian Harmon and in this video, I’m going to show you how you can use Google’s New Keyword Planner along with Scrapebox to create huge lists of niche related keywords with their corresponding Google search volume and then check this list for free domains in super quick time. Okay let’s get started.
First off we need some proxies, we’re going to use some public ones for this purpose, so we’re going to open up the Scrapebox Keyword Scraper. Click in there, now on the left here, you need to enter your search term, so this could be anything, whatever it is, whatever niche you’re going after all, whatever niche you’re already in.
For this example, I’m just going to use, ‘Get Rid Of’. There’s keyword sources down hereas well, we’re going to use Google Suggest, Amazon, You Tube and Bing. As you can see from that menu you can choose multiple different ones ok and then you select your search engine, and then we’re going to click “Append A-Z”, click “Yes” and then we’re going to click “Scrape” and let it rip.
What I’ll do now is, why I find all these keywords, I shall pause the video and I’ll be back. Ok it’s finished, it found 958. What we’re going to do is we’re going to get remove any duplicates and then we’re going to transfer left, so we’re going to click “Transfer left” and then we’re going to hit “Scrape” again and I shall pause the video again and I’ll be back when it’s done.
Ok we’re back and its coming to over 5,100 keywords. For this example we’re going to stop that there. The next thing you want to do is remove duplicates and now you’ve got a nice solid list of keywords there that related to your original seed keyword, so we’re going to copy these. I’m going to put them in a text file. I’ve got a text file on my desktop there.
What we want to do next is open up Google Keyword Planner. Now, you will need a Google Adwords account for this. You never used to with keyword tool, but you do for Google Keyword Planner. So go ahead and create your account and then log in and you will see under Tools and Analysis you got Keyword Planner which will bring you directly to this page you see here.
I’m going to choose the second the option, “Enter or upload keywords”. Now, if we paste them in here, then there’s a limited 1,000 keywords, so we’re going to use file which I just created then, so that’s the file there. Targeting is US, UK, that’s fine. We’re going to Google. We don’t want to search partners because it just skews the numbers and then we just click “Get Search Volume”.
You will get some errors, generally always get some errors, too many words, spurious characters, so just ignore and upload file. Now, it will now go away and get search volume for all of these, it always defaults to ad group ideas, just click “Keyword Ideas” and there you have a list of all your keywords, 3,633 of them, all with exact match search volumes.
We can download them, Excel CSV is fine. Click “Download”, and your download is now available. Click to retrieve it. Now, you can save that download but for this demo we’re just going to open it. So, what I want to do is get rid of that. Get rid of these spurious columns. A quick simple way, here’s a quick way of doing a table, if you click anyway in “Format as table”, choose one of the default options and that sets it all up as a table, a nice quick way for you.
So we’re looking at the average monthly searches and we want to sort from largest to smallest and then we want to take it down to…for this example, we’ll go down to 300, 320, so there you go. I will copy them so Control C, so now you’ve got all your data you can do what you want with that. The next step if you like is, if you want to, is to look for some domain names.
Click clear left to get rid of that and get rid of these and then we’re going paste all the keywords you just copied from here into the results box in Keyword Scraper and then we have a domain look up tool, so click like that. You can select which top level domains you want, i generally go for .net or .com. You don’t have hyphens, but you can have that and you click “Start” and that will go away now.
In super rapid speed as you can see, search through all these domains, all the keywords and show you of it’s a .com or .org or .net available. Exact match domains don’t work nowhere near as well as they used to but they certainly give you a leg up still. When all that’s finished, we’ll about it here, but you can just export available domains and you can save them away and then go and buy the one that you want.
You can match them back up in here, sort them by alphabetical order and match them back up in here so you can see the search volume of that particular domain.
Ok so that’s it for this video, I hope you enjoyed it. I hope you got something else of it. Check out my blog for more articles and videos, ianjharmon.com Thanks again for watching and I’ll see you again soon. Bye for now.
Founder and certified web marketing geek since 2005
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