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Google Keyword Tool - Bulk Searches?

Discussion in 'Domain Traffic / Keyword Research' started by bensd, Dec 5, 2009.

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  1. bensd United Kingdom

    bensd Well-Known Member

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    Is this possible?
     
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    I have seen software you can buy that does this, most was about $60-100.
     
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    retired_member13 Banned

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    Google allows access to [Broad Match] search data via their API, but not [Exact Match] data. As far as I'm aware there are currently no plans to offer this.

    The tool allows you to process 300 lines per query manually. The new version of the tool does not allow you to turn off the suggested keywords which is a pain, and only allows around 100 lines per query.

     
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    in your exacts.co.uk site and you forgot to mention that exact match search results are based on multiple google datasources and mostly not really as accurate as everyone keeps banging on about..
     
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    I agree, but I've mentioned why it's not always accurate enough times in multiple threads on AD! I keep meaning to go into more detail on the site about ramping, autoqueries, data sources etc, but it keeps getting pushed down the priorities list. Like any tool it's only one of many things in the decision making process.

    One thing that is true though, as far as I'm aware the errors are mostly when the figures are too high, unless it's concerning queries with special characters, so really popular terms are unlikely to show up as having zero matches.

    Best wishes

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