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#1

I’ve launched my first online service - Keword Suggestion Tool. In addition I’ll publish desktop application for Windows & Mac OS where the users can upload any number of initial phrases/keywords at once and can use proxy servers to make search from specified locations, etc. Would love to hear your feedback on the site. Thank you.


#2

Nice UI.

I heard though that Google fights back against such unauthorized use of their bandwidth. How are you going to work around that? Proxies?


#3

You’re right, there are certain limitations, Today this service works exactly the same as any web-browser showing a suggestions while typing. If we’ll exceed a reasonable number of requests, then we will parallelize requests via multiple servers with different IP addresses.


#4

“We”? I thought you’re doing it alone? :wink:


#5

Yes, I’m alone :wink: This is my bad English


#6

What you can say about service? Is it helpful for writers/bloggers/SEO?


#7

It is. I found one word combination I did not target in my posts.

It is also very limited because I have to seed it to get something back. I would never find phrases that I’m not aware my prospects use.

And it looks too simple to become a business… I mean, I can type my phrase into Google myself, and get the same results. To pay for it I would need it a) scale, e.g. go into my web master tools account, collect all the searches and find the variants or b) look for other variants of search phrases I did not think of. And do it automatically, if possible.

Andy here had implemented a similar idea.


#8

http://www.keywordfunnel.com uses existing data sources (e.g. AdWords search terms reports) and massages them into a form you can upload into AdWords. It doesn’t generate the phrases for you.


#9

Sorry for not being clear. What I meant is that KeywordFunnel has implemented a service more valuable than just the basic one. I did not refer to the technical side of things.