Curated by: Luigi Canali De Rossi

Thursday, February 19, 2004

Search Grid: Test Alternative Keyphrase Combinations On Google

If you have ever wondered how various combinations of search keywords can affect the number and quality of the results you are going to get, there is now a new simple online tool to use that can rapidly answer your doubt: SearchGrid.
To use the grid, fill out the search words you want to check along the top and side of the grid. Then for each cell in the grid, SearchGrid will search
for the terms *as a phrase*. (In other words, if you search for "coolest" in one column and "new car" in the other, SearchGrid will search for the phrase
"coolest new car".) In each cell in the grid you'll get the number of search results for that particular phrase as well as an excerpt of the first result for that search.



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posted by Robin Good on Thursday, February 19 2004, updated on Tuesday, May 5 2015

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