Is it possible to create a script that can find the top 100 words searched in Google along with a given keyword?

example: If the given keyword is "script", then the script would give the top 100 words searched in Google with the word "script":

 html script
 script tag
 free script
 script language
 script magazine

I need this script to help my visitors to know what are the best words to use as domain name.


I am not sure about Windows tool, but there is a tool online which provides you with the similar keywords searched by users... i.e Google Adwords Keyword Planner...

Steps to get similar keywords :

  • Go to Google Adwords
  • Login and go to https://adwords.google.com/ko/KeywordPlanner or from the top menu, select
    Tools -> Keyword Planner
  • After you login, you'll get four types of options which will fetch you the data using different parameters like
    • Search for new keyword and ad group ideas
    • Get search volume for a list of keywords or group them into ad groups
    • Get traffic estimates for a list of keywords
    • Multiply keyword lists to get new keyword ideas

According to me, the best option fits for your requirements is Search for new keyword and ad group ideas, which is the first option, say your client wants information for keywords related to cars, so open the tool, type the word Cars in the box and than you will get two tabs, which says

  • Ad group Ideas
  • Keyword Ideas

So the second tab is what you are looking for...

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Now am getting a keyword with my country name because I've set the filters accordingly, you can customize them from the left hand panel...

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  • How can I get all those details in my website without going everytime to google adwords. Are there a way to extract those information to my website via a php code or script? what I need is to type my keyword in a search box in MY website, and then get those details that adwords planner provides!!
    – Faouzi
    May 21 '14 at 16:17
  • @Faouzi They would be having API by which you can extract the info
    – Mr. Alien
    May 21 '14 at 18:07

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