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SEM-Tool and KITT help you interpret suggest results on Wikipedia
You want to know exactly which keywords and combinations are being searched for on Wikipedia? You would also like to know if and how Wikipedia suggest has been influenced by recent events? You want to use Wikipedia as yet another valuable source for interesting keyword suggestions? You want to know which keywords are popular, which should be kept an eye on and which trends can be observed?
We’ve got the answers to these and many other questions: SEM-Tool and KITT (Keyword Ideas Turbo Tool) provides the answers and even more valuable information.
No matter how you apply the gained knowledge, one thing is crystal clear: each and every online marketing strategy – covering SEO, PPC and even Content Marketing – has to be preceded by a detailed keyword research to determine important keywords with and without potentials.
And this is exactly what we can provide you with: How it works and what it brings – you will find that in the following paragraphs.
You can find autocomplete functions on many platforms: Your entry is automatically completed with different combinations that might or might not help you redefine your query. From experience we assume that these mechanisms favor suggestions that have been entered multiply times in the past. And that is exactly why suggest results can be seen as decent indicators for current events and trends. They also allow an insight on search behaviors and market currents.
Search engines and other platforms developed this function to aid users in entering their specific query by redefining the term. Redefined terms usually result in more relevant search engine results.
Using our suggest scraping tool KITT (Keyword Ideas Turbo Tool) you will be able to access thousands of keyword inspirations and trends which only need to be interpreted.
Take a deep dive into keyword research – we provide the data!
Online since 2001 the project is considered a free encyclopedia including vast community that willingly writes, corrects and administers various entries. That makes Wikipedia’s articles versatile and above all: free. Meanwhile you can access around 35 million articles in more than 280 different languages. Wikipedia took it upon itself to create free and collaboratively maintained platform. The website is powered by the Wikipedia Foundation Inc. which is based in San Francisco.
The name is a mixture of the Hawaiian word “wiki” which means “fast” and the suffix of encyclopedia (which means circle of education, by the way).
Wikipedia maintains four pillars for their community and platform:
They insist to be considered an encyclopedia. Furthermore articles are to be as neutral as possible since it is written down in the guidelines. And even more so does Wikipedia honor the pillar of copyright and other areas of law. Last but not least Wikipedia asks their community to be as respectful and polite to each other and others as possible.
Since Wikipedia uses – as so many other platforms – autocomplete features that can be scraped and assessed it can be considered a useful data pool for inspirations, incitations and indications.
Handling our KITT (Keyword Ideas Turbo Tool) is actually rather easy: Just enter a keyword into the search form, choose a source and a variation and click the search button. After you submit your query the application will need some time to process the entry – because, as you know, quality takes some time.
Here is what happens on the sidelines: We take your query and basically enter it into the search form of the respective engine using the variations, you chose. Of course we don’t enter them manually as you might have guessed – automations are at work here. We then scan the suggest results for every query and deliver the data in the form of a table.
This table is basically what you see – as registered or subscription user you can of course export the tables, either as CSV or as Excel file. For manual processing as free user you can copy the data into the clipboard as well.
Wikipedia is not the only platform we can deliver data for – ever depending on your account level type: We offer other sources, such as Bing, Amazon, eBay, Yahoo, Yandex, Google, DuckDuckGo und Qwant.
What does that mean for you? Well, you can access thousands of inspirations, keyword ideas and long tail terms that can be included in your strategies. They can be basis for planning projects and/or marketing measures – it does not matter whether you want to engage in SEO, content marketing or PCC campaigns.
And here is the best thing about all this: What we have shown you until now is free of charge. Only when it comes to pro features certain queries will cost money.
We would not be the KITT-team if we didn’t have a few more features up our sleeves: As subscription user you can access CPCs, search volumes, Google and Bing search results as well as related keywords, Check position and multi keyword search.
As a registered user you can still access 2 variations, 6 sources, 3 combinations and up to 1000 max results.
Go ahead and enjoy our tool, we are already looking forward to your success story!
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You are seeing this message because we are grabbing a lot of fresh data for you right now.
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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