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Is Keyword Snatcher Good for Getting Good Long Tail Keywords?

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Can someone tell me if Keyword Snatcher is still good for getting little used Google long tail keywords?

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Glenn

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Re: Is Keyword Snatcher Good for Getting Good Long Tail Keywords?
« Reply #1 on: July 21, 2012, 10:09:25 AM »
Can someone tell me if Keyword Snatcher is still good for getting little used Google long tail keywords?

Thanks,
Glenn

If you send me a pm with your chosen keyword(s) in it and the country(s) you want, I will run a search for you and pm you the list, so you can see if it give you the kind of results you want.

Re: Is Keyword Snatcher Good for Getting Good Long Tail Keywords?
« Reply #2 on: August 07, 2012, 02:50:33 AM »
Hi Glenn

I find KWS invaluable.

I just did a keyword search for yeast which is the latest addition to
article builder and I stopped KWS after 15 minutes at 2700 keyword phrases
because I've got other things to get on with.

Some of the keyword phrases might not be what you want, but I
usually whittle any list down to phrases that suit me and what I want to write about
using IAW.

Here are a few of the more obvious keyword phrases:
yeast infection, yeast infection treatment, yeast infection in mouth, yeast infection in men,
yeast free diet, yeast allergy diet, yeast allergy symptoms, yeast and autism, yeast and acne etc etc

Sometimes I've done searches that's brought back hundreds of phrases and
other times the search brings back thousands of phrases,
but who can find the time to write and check thousand of articles
(Quality beats Quantity every time)  :)

If anyone wants the list then just send me a pm with your email address and I'll send you it.

Hoping this helps
Eliot

EDIT:- I have added another list for yeast infection as yeast is not the latest topic,
but I'm certain that Jon Leger is to blame for putting it up as yeast and then changing it to yeast infection  ;)
so now anyone who wants the list gets two lists, a sort of bogof without a purchase (A Gogof - Get one, get one free)
I stopped this list at 3100 keyword phrases.
« Last Edit: August 07, 2012, 03:15:58 AM by Eliot Proud »