Here at Orchid Box, we’re always looking for the best keyword extraction techniques. Finding strong keywords for your content can be time consuming and full of trial and error. Having come across this fantastic keyword extractor we’re confident that this will make the keywords quest a whole lot easier.

What It Can Do For You

  • First, it acts as a safety net. Before you start using keywords in your campaign the site checks them for you. It makes sure that the keywords you selected for your content are strong keywords. If your keyword strength is low and the keywords you selected aren’t the best for the content, you'll know. And from there it’s easy to go back and rewrite your content so that it contains more keywords or better ones.
  • Once you're sure of your keyword strength, you can then begin your SEO campaign. Now that you have sure-fire keywords you can start on link building and press releases or other such strategies to boost your overall campaign.
  • Finally you can take those overworked but dependable keywords and use them for your pay-per-click ads. This takes all the guesswork out of choosing keywords that you hope will work best for you. You know that these are the best keywords you can get and you've now based your whole campaign around them.

How It Works

The site basically analyzes your content for keywords. It checks where the keywords are placed on the page and if they’re in bold or italics. These are just some of the things that constitute keyword strength. Of course there’s more to it than that but maybe the important part isn’t to know exactly how it works. Just that it does work, and works well. There’s probably some complicated algorithm created by computer elves somewhere or maybe just a poor guy stuck in a basement office with worsening eyesight, reading through thousands upon thousands of text. But the only thing you have to know is how easy it is to use.

How To Use It

All you have to do is copy and paste your content into the box. Click “submit” and let the little magic elves or that poor overworked man in the basement office do all the work.