Website Scraping of Competitors

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    Thomas Andreas

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    Hi,
    recently listened to this podcast about new ways of researching and finding of keywords. And a method called website scraping (I think that is what it is referred to). Meaning basically, you put a competitors website into a website scraping software and it will show you what pages and keywords the competitor is ranking for... and I guess to some extent give you a reality check - can I reach top 10 on Serp. Anyways, does any body know what I am referring to and does anyone know a good company that is offering these services?
     
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    Frank

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    old skool SEO... i have pages with one keyword ranking..
     
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    Thomas Andreas

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    Hi Frank,
    thanks so you mean you only set one keyword per page. I think maybe I am misunderstanding you
     
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    JohnSmithelJackson

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    Do you mean seopowersuite or moz? Check it out
     
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    JuegosPalacio

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    I think he means that you can actually rank for some keywords on the same page. For ex, no deposit bonus page can rank for some variations as "no deposit casinos" "free casinos" and so on. Even though, I always try to focus in one keyword by including it in H1H2 and so on, but you can play around with some secondary keywords which help to get more traffic from other similiar-topic queries with good SV. Also this is relative with long tail keywords... you should go for mentioning some over the text if you consider you can get good quality traffic in terms of intention and conversion.

    About the tools, never heard about it. But I would say: keep it classic if you have to pay for. If it's for free, you could give it a chance.
     

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