Google Suggest Keyword Generator

As you might have noticed, the query suggestion feature of Google Search usually only comes up when someone wants to expose and make fun of all the silly things that people search for. Today, I’m going to show you how you that it can also be put to a more practical use – keyword discovery! In fact, I’ve created a simple web app that makes collecting keywords from Google search suggestions simple and easy. Try it out.

Note : The keyword generator will only work in modern browsers, e.g. Firefox, Opera and Google Chrome. Internet Explorer is not supported.

Here’s a screenshot :

Using the keyword generator is pretty straightforward – just enter a seed keyword in the text box and click “Generate Suggestions”. This will load up to 10 similar keywords from Google Suggest and add them all to the results table. You can repeat the process with a different keyword to get even more suggestions, or click one of the “Dig” links to generate related keywords.

You can specify multiple seed keywords by separating them with a comma. Alternatively, you can also click “Expand textbox” to transform the single-line input box into a multi-line text area, then enter one seed keyword per line.

Clicking on the “Copy Keywords” link will pop up a new text box containing the entire list of suggested keywords in an easily “copy & paste”-able form. Finally, clicking “Clear” will empty the results table so that you can start afresh.

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23 Responses to “Google Suggest Keyword Generator”

  1. Jānis Elsts says:

    You can put it on your site if you like. Just include a link to my site (e.g. this post). I’m not sure if you would get in trouble with Google; I haven’t checked their ToS recently.

  2. When I initially commented I clicked the “Notify me when new comments are added” checkbox and now each time
    a comment is added I get four e-mails with the same comment.
    Is there any way you can remove people from that service?

  3. Jānis Elsts says:

    There should be a link in the notification e-mail that you can use to disable these notifications. Isn’t there?

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