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My competitor has a forum where its customer post. I want to use all those threads to determine which keywords I should use on my own site, because forums have terms customers use and search for.

I can pick a page and analyse it to find which keyword and phrase are popular, but how do I analyse the whole site ?

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I found this the other day which seemed blinding for a free tool although I haven't had any time to install and get to grips with;


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If your competitor's site has a feed, you can try out Wordle.

Wordle can take the URL of any blog, blog feed, or any other web page that has an Atom or RSS feed & build a word cloud which gives greater prominence to words that appear more frequently in the source text.

It may not be comprehensive but it's still useful.

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