Quintura Search - Cool LSI Like Related Keyword Research Tool

Sep 14th

Improving Customer Experience linked to me (so they are obviously cool), but, more importantly, they mentioned a cool related keyword research tool named Quintura Search. Quintura is a free LSI type keyword research tool which shows you related keywords pulled from top ranked websites in any of the major search engines and major content sites like Wikipedia and Amazon.com.
If you do not know a topic well this can give you added things to think about when trying to optimize for it. If you do know a topic well this can give you a way to test how sophisticated or biased different search algorithms are. In addition to being able to compare various engines, you can grab more results, and adjust the coverage depth of keywords it sorts through to find what keywords are most semantically related. Also when you scroll over a keyword it highlights other related words, likeso:
Quintura Search.

Awsome and slick application. Well done :)

Published: September 14, 2006

Comments

September 14, 2006 - 4:42pm

They actually do have a web-based version on their Russian web site. I couldn't translate the page so I am not entirely sure about the option settings but the results are different from the desktop version. Interestingly, the results are in English.

http://search.quintura.ru/

I didn't include that in my article cuz I didn't want to confuse anyone.

Thanks for linking to the article Aaron (and for calling us "cool"). *grin*

September 14, 2006 - 4:56pm

That Mr Wall is effing way cool as is zippy and flock

September 14, 2006 - 6:05pm

Excellent idea! I like this tool very much. Have to note online visualization seo tools have just started. The human thinks mostly by visualisation. I think this is a shiny product for all of seo-nists

September 14, 2006 - 10:04pm

This was a great article which I learned a lot from, thanks. I imagine that one should try and naturally include these supporting words in one's body text, but what about elsewhere? Should they include them in the title? The meta-tags? H1, H2, etc. tags? I.e., what should one do with this information?

Finally, what happened with the lawsuite? I assume you one? Or, once they got banned from Google did they no longer have money for the lawyers fees to carry out the suit?

September 14, 2006 - 11:42pm

The lawsuit was thrown out of court.

They were banned from Google BEFORE they sued me.

peach
September 15, 2006 - 4:50pm

I think I still prefer google's own "sets" tool because it's based on google's interpretations of relationships and not those of the author of this tool.

An oldie but a goody:
www.langreiter.com/space/google-set-vista

Paul Young
February 10, 2007 - 9:13am

I still need to find out why quintura has mostly other LSI related words than Wordtracker. Any thoughts?

Paul

September 21, 2006 - 5:12pm

Thank you for your valuable comments! We should soon launch an English-language web service at www.quintura.com. Stay tuned!

September 21, 2006 - 5:13pm

Thank you for your valuable comments! We should soon launch an English-language web service at www.quintura.com. Stay tuned!

January 28, 2007 - 1:51pm

LSI is a great tool the give visitors what they are looking for, it will take out all unrelevant web pages just like that.

Allan

Gomer
September 14, 2006 - 4:33am

Would have liked a web application as I am not much into downloading their software right now.

September 14, 2006 - 5:33am

Aaron

I was going through you about section and thought I should remind you to update your links to Danny Sullivan over to Daggle. Not that he is gone from Search Engine Watch yet, but I would send all my links to his site from now on.

The other question is if you have can hit me with an email address offline. I have a suggestion/idea I think you will find up your alley, but I don't want to post it to the world.

September 14, 2006 - 9:54am

Very cool tool and very timly too. I'm going through a site redesign and a kick start on SEO so this will come in really handy.

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