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SEM-Tool can help you comprehend what exactly users are entering in Google’s search form.
Maybe you are a businessman or woman and want to serve your product in different channels, e.g. SEO (search engine optimization) or SEA (search engine advertising). Maybe you are an online marketer working in PPC or content marketing strategies. In any case you might have to go into detailed keyword research in cooperation with your regarding agency: You will need data about keywords you want to position yourself to in the organic index or in the ads.
Which keywords are the most important ones for your cause? How much would you have to pay for ads in this branch? Which keywords did you forget in your previous reflections? Are there new trends or undercurrents you might have missed? Which variations and combinations are especially popular at the moment?
And this is where the SEM-Tool comes in: Using this tool can help you during your keyword research. How? We will show you that in the following paragraphs.
What exactly does the SEM-Tool or the feature KITT (Keyword Ideas Turbo Tool) process?
Basically we process a query based on what is typed into our search form and on which variation you chose. In the next step we scan the suggest results that appear as soon as someone starts typing in words in the Google search form. Many search engines have such autocomplete functions that can reveal a lot of information and are supposed to help the user by suggesting the right string of words.
The suggest results given back to us by the search engine are immediately worked up and then displayed for you, our customers. Following that step you can directly access thousands of inspirations, keyword combinations and trends – even if you have not had deeper experience in programming. Enter the respective keyword in the SEM-Tool search form, choose a source and a variation and receive a list of all the suggest results we could find.
Following that step you can directly access thousands of inspirations, keyword combinations and trends – even if you have not had deeper experience in programming. Enter the respective keyword in the SEM-Tool search form, choose a source and a variation and receive a list of all the suggest results we could find.
The only thing that is left for you to do is to evaluate the results and use them for your marketing or advertising campaign. Feel free to look around – enjoy!
As main search engine of the US American company Google Inc. Google has achieved a certain degree of fame and recognition. It became that famous that the word “to google something” was even added to an important German dictionary.
Originally developed as a project in research Google has become (according to Wikipedia) one of the most frequently used search engines in the USA – occupying up to 64.5 % of the market share. Founders Sergey Brin and Larry Paige used classic Lego bricks for their first working computer back at the Stanford University in California – the minimalistic logo still used by the search engine reminds of the Lego bricks made use of in the early years.
After all these years Google is now one of the biggest international companies: Having developed numerous platforms besides classical search engine services, Google Inc. now operates YouTube, AdWords, Analytics, Maps, Videos, News, Googlemail, Google+ and many more.
For displaying and ranking search engine results Google uses a mechanism that finds, reads and evaluates sites and classifies them for the respective search index. Of course this is a simplified summary of how the most complicated algorithms work that evaluate websites and rank them.
When optimizing websites for search engine optimizers try to position their site for relevant keywords, ranking as high as possible. Besides experience and knowledge it is important that you have the right keywords.
And this is where we dive deeper into the data: Google gives us a few indications for keyword research as they provide researching tools, but that was not enough for us! We wanted real data, immediately and worked up to be processed further. And that is when we developed SEM-Tool.
Search engines undergo constant changes as their operators concentrate on delivering most relevant search engine results. To fulfill that claim search engines launch updates in irregular intervals that are supposed to focus and optimize the search results themselves.
So if a keyword research is conducted, you always have to consider eventual changes by Google as well as shifts in the market or seasonal trends.
Remember that the user is focal point in all this: The suggest results are a consequence of users’ entries - based on frequency and matched to the respective character-number combination. It is easy to forget, yet websites should always be prepared for users and not search engine robots only.
You will gain new inspirations and insights, many keywords and especially long tail keywords that you did not consider until now – all by using SEM-Tool’s feature KITT, the Keyword Ideas Turbo Tool. Using that knowledge to your advantage you will be able to apply them to your SEO strategy, for content marketing or during the setup of your SEA campaign. You will be able to see trends and currents, to identify critical keywords and interesting terms. When you want to dive deeper into keyword research than ever before KITT is exactly the right tool for you.
And up until here some functions are free of charge: As free user you can access a maximum of 500 results, 3 sources, 2 combinations, 1 variation and the export via copying the data to clipboard.
Of course we have a portfolio of pro features in our back pockets: When registering you will be able to use more sources, variations and conduct more results. You will also be able to export the data as CSV/XLS.
As subscription user you can access all engines, variations and combinations as well as many interesting features such as CPCs and search volume, Related Terms, Check Position and multi keyword search.
And still we are not at the end of the massive functions KITT provides: Besides delivering data for the search engine with the biggest market share we can also supply data for different platforms, such as Bing, Amazon, eBay, Yahoo, Yandex and more.
The mechanism works as usual: You enter a keyword, we conduct the search on the respective platform and scrape the suggest results based on your term and the variations you chose. Then we display them for you in the form of a list which can be exported anytime.
Explore all manner of markets and platforms for your keyword research. Only scraping Google is so yesterday, because we have got even more: DuckDuckGo, Wikipedia, Qwant, the possibilities and potential data are nearly infinite.
When ready, go to the URL below to pickup the results:
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You have selected 2 search engines and a total of 0 variations. This is 2 requests for suggestions alone. Oh yeah, a lot of fresh stuff!It shouldn't take too long. But, keep in mind, the heavier your selection in options the longer it can take.
The full feature-set of very broad topics will produce thousands of suggestions and crawl as many search result pages for multiple engines. In that case it can take hours for the job to complete.
Nice-to-know: average jobs with selective feature use are currently completed in less than 5 minutes.
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