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    A while back I used a page that when you entered a keyword, it would show other words and phrases that people entered. Very useful tool. I can't remember where the page was though, can someone point me in the right direction?
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    there's one at http://www.jimtools.com which is nicely configuarable to give you different depths of information.
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    http://www.searchengineguide.org/gotokey.htm

    You enter a single keyword. It comes up with a list of keywords that match that keyword and it tells you how often people on goto.com search for each term.
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    Sammy182,

    There is a FREEware tool that you can download that will not only show you the keywords used on GOTO, 7Search, Lycos, and DirectHit; but it has other useful features as well.
    Download and try it from here:
    http://www.goodkeywords.com/

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    And of course, the ultimate keyword suggestion tool is WordTracker.

    I know of no other service which has been so widely endorsed by the optimization community.

    It's not free, but you do get a limited free trial.

    http://spider-food.net/WordTracker.html


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