I blogged here at WA about this technique recently, but received several suggestions to turn it into a Training Resource, so here it is!

Google Suggest Intro

You may have already used Google Suggest to identify new keywords to target, as a few here at WA, including Kyle have written blogs and tutorials on this technique.

I'll recap for the benefit of any WA folks who haven't used it before. Basically, you type a seed keyword into Google and it will suggest additional search terms that it has in the huge store of keywords.

You can see above that Google suggests other keywords, based on the seed keyword you entered.

To find even more keyword suggestions, you can start to cycle through the alphabet by using:

Your seed keyword + a
Your seed keyword + b
Your seed keyword + c

I've used this technique many times before, but it can be a time sucker as there's no easy way to copy the keyword suggestions and use them, for example, for checking search volumes, writing content based on them.

Fortunately, I stumbled across a neat website recently that supercharges this process and takes out the manual effort!

Proceed to the next page to find out

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TJ Books Premium
I posted a blog on this on July 4, 2012: Haben Sie etwas Spaß Mit http://ubersuggest.org/. I'm glad you made a tutorial. I love it as a first kick at a niche then I switch to JAA'xY. I'm sure my blog title in German was confusing but I though maybe memeres would be curious. Tnx. John
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Your explanations are easy to follow. Thanks for this information.
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Thanks for the comment Goldenlady!
Kyle Premium Plus
Been awhile since I used "uber" but I remember it being a great tool for coming up with ideas. The Google instant technique for the alphabet I have written about a few times (type The Alphabet Soup technique into Google). It works very well and can be used with any keyword tool including the one here at Wealthy Affiliate and Jaaxy.com.
Very Insightful. Thanks man
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Very useful indeed. Thanks for sharing.