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    Keyword Scraper

    Is there a tool that can scrape a website for all it's keywords?

    This would be useful for competitive research.

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    Re: Keyword Scraper

    If you ask for meta keywords :


    • Netpeak Spider is free ( netpeak.us/software/netpeak-spider/ )
    • Screaming frog seo spider ( screamingfrog.co.uk/seo-spider/ ) free for 500 urls

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    Re: Keyword Scraper

    I'd also recommned:

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    Re: Keyword Scraper

    I would defiantly use screaming frog, this will give you all the answers you will need.

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    Re: Keyword Scraper

    Scrapebox has some great features for keyword research. Definitely worth the cost, since it's a lifetime license & pretty simple to use. You really need to make sure you have a few proxies to run it through, otherwise you'll get your IP banned.
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    Re: Keyword Scraper

    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Rohrback View Post
    Scrapebox has some great features for keyword research. Definitely worth the cost, since it's a lifetime license & pretty simple to use. You really need to make sure you have a few proxies to run it through, otherwise you'll get your IP banned.
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