Keyword Snatcher – Great Value Keyword Research Tool
Here is our Keyword Snatcher review, it is a well-established and very good value keyword research tool from Jonathan Leger.
We haven’t done a full Keyword Snatcher review before, despite being avid users of the package for several years. It has,to a large extent, been overshadowed recently by the launch of its bigger brother, Keyword Canine 3 which has much more functionality at a higher price and we are users of that as well but if you want a low cost, once only payment solution to keyword research with no monthly fees, here’s our Keyword Snatcher review.
Keyword Snatcher is a low-cost keyword research tool from Jonathan Leger that helps you to take your keyword research further than is possible with just the Google AdWords Keyword Planner tool. By adding keyword research from sources such as Amazon, Bing, Yahoo and eBay, you will be able to expand the scope of your research and find even more keywords to help achieve your digital marketing strategy.
Keyword Snatcher is Jonathan Leger’s predecessor to his newest keyword research offering, Keyword Canine 3.0 which, although more sophisticated, also involves a much larger commitment – monthly subscriptions are the order of the day. On the other hand, Keyword Snatcher is a pay once and forget it arrangement, just $47 gets you this great value package with no monthly or annual fees.
Editors Note: Keyword Canine seems to have been withdrawn or discontinued. Information is sparse – hopefully Jonathan will enlighten us.
When carrying out keyword research, Google’s own, free of charge, Keyword Planner is a great place to start but if you were thinking of running an Amazon affiliate site, for example, the ability to take keywords from Amazon’s own platform would be a great advantage – Keyword Snatcher lets you do that. Google’s Keyword Planner only extracts keywords from its own AdWords search database, which is quite restrictive, whereas Keyword Snatcher has no such restrictions and will find many more keywords for you.
I think that the main challenge facing tools like this is that of sheer numbers – there are so many keyword research tools available with, frankly, very little to choose between them, but this one is certainly one of the best in terms of value and functionality.
The chances are, you will find many more long tail phrases as well which usually have much lower levels of competition and can give you clicks at a much lower price and which are generally more focused than the shorter, more general ones that you are likely to get from the Google Keyword Planner.
If Google Keyword Planner isn’t getting you the results you need, and it probably won’t be, why not take a look at Keyword Snatcher – here’s the link.