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My Personal Keyword Snatcher Review and What I Think About It

Keywords analysisI wanted to post my Keyword Snatcher review since a couple of years ago when it first came on the market.  However, Jon Leger only had the product open for a week or so before he took it off the market.

On Monday July 29th open now, a couple of years afterwards, it's back and upgraded to Keyword Snatcher 2.0.  In fact, Jon made a pretty good video here showing it's power.

The cool thing is, this tool makes it easy to uncover easy to rank for keywords, while you do other things.

First, let me give you a run down of what this tool does for you, why it's important and what you can expect before I tell you the changes made from the regular version to the new 2.0 version.

What Is Keyword Snatcher?

Quite simply, it's a tool that scouts not just Google, Yahoo and Bing.  It also scouts Amazon and eBay for keywords as well!  What it does is scans what people are searching for and then reports it back to you.

Here is how it works.  Normally, when using the free Google Keyword Tool updating soon to the Google Keyword Planner, Google finds and shows you the keywords people search for.  However, often times they do not deliver every keyword to you.  In fact, they leave quite a few out, as do the other search engines as well.

That's where Keyword Snatcher 2.0 comes in.  It shows you all he extra keyords that might show up in tools as a a low search volume or even ZERO but in actuallity they really have searches going on.

Let me give you an example.

If you go to www.google.com and type in a search (it can be anything) you'll see as you type google makes a suggestion.

Let's try the term "Cat Boxes"

Here is what Google Instant delivers for the term:

 keyword snatcher 2.0 searchNotice it begins to show variations of the term? 

Well, if you start adding letter to the search you get additional terms as shown here:

cat box search on google

 

Notice as I add a "b" after the term more search suggestions come up?  Also, related words like "litter box" start showing up.  Cool, eh?

Here is another shot if you start adding more letters to the search.

google and keyword snatcher

 

As you can see, hundreds and even thousands of additional keywords are possible.  The thing is, many of these words will show they do not have searches in many tools, including the Google Keyword Planner Tool.

Here is an example: Google finds 801 words for Cat Boxes

google search

However, with Keyword Snatcher 2.0 we find over 1100 meeting our criteria:

keyword snatcher 2.0

 

I even filtered out anything that didn't include the term "cat" in it.

Again, you can watch Jon show how he does this in the video.

So, here is what you can do with this tool.

1. Use it to plan brand new sites by finding keywords that are getting searched but not showing in tools.

2. Use the tool to find hidden keywords that other search tools (including Google) ignore.

I've used this a bunch over the last year or 2 even with the other keywords tools that I own like Market Samurai and Keyword Canine.

So What Changed In Keyword Snatcher 2.0?

Well, the first thing is that Jon has now made the tool run online rather than needing to download and install on your own computer. 

This enhancement has also made it run much faster than before.

Next, the design is lot more user friendly and it all runs from a single screen panel.

Let me show you below in the demo screen.

demo of keyword snatcherA. Select your sources

B. Select your country

C. Select your keywords

D. Shows keywords found

E. Starts the search

F. Set up specific word counts

G. Include/exclude words

H. Keywords appear here

I. Save the file as a TXT or CSV

You can then select words from the list to build content around on your site, plug these in other tools to check stats or just use them since people are searching for them anyway.

Keyword Snatcher can be used in conjunction with my keyword research tutorial as well.

The additional keywords you'll find will more than pay for the cost of the tool (price is $47).

Anyway, the product is open now and it is pretty cool. Go get some more info here if you're interested.

What do you think of it?  Have questions?  Own it already?  Love it, hate it?  Let's discuss.

Michael Brown
 

I'm Michael S. Brown, Internet Marketer, husband and father. I have been successful in business and marketing since 1998. In 2007 I took to the internet marketing world and have never looked back. I love teaching people the knowledge that I have acquired and the ultimate boost to my ego is to see everyone I teach succeed in business. My goal is to make everyone who comes into contact with me as successful or even more successful than myself.

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Anindya Roy - July 28, 2013

Hi!! Michael,

I just stumbled upon your site today. The kind of testimonials I find here seems pretty encouraging for a newbie like me. I ust went through your review of Keyword Snatcher.

A small correction that you probably need to do –  So What Changed In Keyword Canine 2.0?

Instead of Keyword Canine it should have been Keyword Snatcher.

Hope i GOT THIS RITE HUH!!!

KUDOS!! to you and your team for coming up with such incredible pack of information pertaining to internet marketing.

I am looking forward to grab your course.

Speak to you soon.

Wishing all green lights!!

Warm Regards

Anindya

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Michael Brown - July 29, 2013

Thanks Anindya!

Opps, good find on my typo there. 🙂

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barb - July 29, 2013

Hi thanks for the review, that's great that it shows you keywords but in the sceen shot I didnt see any info on competition or numbers on how many people have searched for those words in last weeks, months etc

Does program show any stats/numbers that would help us determine which keywords words we might want to us first?

Thanks!

 

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phil m - July 29, 2013

Michael,

Great keyword tool – getting it!  Ps: Interested in your take on this kind of thing:

http://pgspecialoffers.com/traffic/

I've gotten a number of emails stating a) Google is discontinuing it's keyword tool and b) Google doesn't care much about keywords anymore (in the traditional sense – hence the link sample…..)

Interested in your feedback…..

Thanks,  Phil

 

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Michael Brown - July 29, 2013

Barb,

Thanks!  Yea this tool doesn’t how keyword # counts.  Tools like Market Samurai, Keyword Canine and the Google Keywod Planner show counts.  I have reviews on the blog in the above post for both paid tols I mention there.

However, this tool finds additional keywords that Google knows about, that get searched, but they do not report on in their planner tool.

So essentially you’ll find several different keywords that actually get searched, that have potential to make you money with this tool.  Jon Leger estimates it at somewhere arund 40% additional kewyords.

So while tools will show that they get a “0” search in actuality they really do get searches.  I use the tool in conjunction with Keyword Canine and Market Samurai.  Though, you do not need all three, I like to be as extensive as possible.

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Michael Brown - July 29, 2013

Phil,

I don’t hink what you’re showing me there is bad.  But, I will say that Google still cares about keywords.  The old keyword tool will go away soon but the tool replacing it is called Keyword Planner and it’s very similar and shows search counts etc.

I think it’s important to look at your keywords as a niche and analyze additional similar or like keywords as well.

Even semantic keywords can play a part in your keyword research efforts.  Good read on that below.

http://moz.com/blog/how-to-improve-your-rankings-with-semantic-keyword-research

As long as there are search engines and things ranking in search engines, keywords matter a whole lot.

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Brent Partner - July 29, 2013

Brilliant Michael! Watched the video once and I bought it. Tried for one search term in my niche and I was very impressed. Very interested now to use it in conjuction with Market Samurai and see how that goes. It works incredibly fast as well 🙂

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Michael Brown - July 30, 2013

@Brent – Yea it's a fantastic tool.   The nice thing is uncovering all of the extra keywords that might have otherwise been skipped.  A lot of the keywords are extremely simple to rank for too 🙂

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Brent Partner - July 30, 2013

I analyse the keyword activity on my site and its really suprising how many hits I get from "related search terms" that never appear on the Google Keyword Tool (I checked). In fact I would estimate over 40% of my traffic comes from them and I seem to have first page ranking for most of them. Thats without specifically targetting them – Can't wait to see what happens when I actually do!! 😀

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