You should look at this FF add-on and this Rank Checker from [url removed, login to view], and again, it's free. But it lacks just one bit of functionality, the ability to grab data from a page...
Let me explain my current process and the end result...
Let say, I have an existing domain that I want to optimize and promote for a few best keywords for this particular domain. My criteria for "best"?
First, the best in terms of available traffic. I enter my domain in the Google External Keyword tool and ask Google to tell me what its idea about appropriate keywords for this domain. Google gives me several categories and lists a number of keywords under each category. I start adding most appropriate keywords to the right, based on whether they're indeed suitable for my domain, their search volume, bid prices, and amount of advertisers.
At this point I want to capture the keywords I selected, together with their search volume and bid prices. Google allows me to export the list, but all I get is a list of keywords. The rest of the data is lost. I know I could later query one keyword at a time with some tools, to get the search volume again, but why to do that and risk to get my IP banned by google for 12 hours, if I already have this data on the page, right?
The above is only a part of my research, we're not done yet. Read on...
Second, I go to my AWStats and copy keywords from there. I know that if people found me for those keywords, I must be somewhere on the first couple pages. That's good, but it doesn't mean there is a good traffic volume for the keywords I already rank for. I paste this new list into Google External Keyword tool again, and analyze search volume for "my" keywords. I want to capture the results again, and add them to the program (or external spreadsheet), to combine with the first list I've got.
Once I'm done with the second step, I want the combined list from steps 1 & 2 to be analyzed against my domain, to find out its position in SERPS and be displayed along with the number of competing pages, for keyword, "keyword", allintitle, allinurl.
And here is a resulting table that I would get, after all analysis is done, with keywords as rows, and the following columns:
Position in Google
Exact page on my domain that is found on that position
Monthly local search volume
Monthly global search volume
Number of competing pages for Keyword
Number of competing pages for "Keyword"
Number of competing pages for allintitle:Keyword
Number of competing pages for allinurl:Keyword
Next, I want to either export the results to a spreadsheet, or to save the set to run again later, to get updated positions for my domain's pages. This option to save a set is valuable to me, but optional if difficult to implement. I'd most probably won't run the tools again to get the number of competing pages, but I might want an update on my positions. On the other hand, the option to export this researched data to a spreadsheet is absolutely necessary.
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