Knowing the list of suggested terms related to a particular keyword also allows you to take advantage of Google Suggest’s chicken-or-the-egg distortion of search behavior. That is, if Google suggests a term, there is a greater likelihood that people will search for that term, which then increases the probability that Google will suggest it. (Woah, that’s deep. I think I just discovered the fifth dimension.)
The problem with using Google Suggest for extensive keyword research is that it’s been slow and tedious… until now.
We’re proud to announce the debut of Promediacorp Suggester, our free keyword research tool for generating deep lists of Google Suggest keywords. Suggester goes beyond the “top ten list” of Google suggestions to reveal the terms around which Google wants your content optimized.
What’s more, since these keywords already appear in the deep Google Suggest list for your most important queries, optimizing content and links for positive terms on the list can have the effect of promoting these terms to the “top ten list” of Google Suggest terms. (Yes, what I’m saying is that Suggester can be useful if you’re trying to remove undesirable terms from Google Suggest.)
So try out Promediacorp Suggester now. Research your most valuable query and discover the keywords that Google Suggest already knows!
P.S. We’re planning on adding more features to Suggester in the future, like the ability to export keyword lists to CSV and generate even deeper lists. Please let us know what you’d like to see, and we’ll work on implementation in the next version.