1. Why do I need these two tables?

Table 1 contains all the unique words that occur in the found phrases. The number of words is indicated by the results in parentheses. Table 2 compiles the search

2. What actions can be taken to Table 1?

In Table 1, you can do several things at once. First of all, you can click on any word in Table 1 and as a result, Table 2 will show you only those phrases that contain the selected word. You can choose not only one but several words right away. In order to see all the results again – just click on “All keywords” section. You can also flag words as unnecessary – just click on the “eye” icon to the right of the word, and all the phrases that contain such a word will be marked as unnecessary. Then, when you transport the results to CSV, only the desired results will be unloaded. In addition, you can filter words – just click on the “filter” icon and enter the desired word or part of the word.

3. What actions am I allowed to perform in Table 2?

In Table 2 you can filter, sort and mark the obtained results as unnecessary ones.

4. What is Kparser Rank?

Kparser Rank is an index that reveals the importance of the particular phrase compared to the rest obtained phrases. Its basis is the frequency range of each word from the phrase among the obtained results.

5. Can I work with the tables during the parsing process?

No, you can carry out a serious processing of the results already after you press the “Stop” button.

6. How does the “Advanced mode” section work?

In additions block, you can adjust the parameters before starting a search for tips. Each checkbox is an additional opportunity to collect even more results. For example, the Alphabets means that we will look for clues, substituting the required letter to your word. The Questions section means the results will be expanded by searching for answers to standard questions, which contain your keyword. The Custom text field is used to specify what other words, symbols or phrases you need to substitute in order to collect even more tips/clues. The Before and After switches serve as indicators of where to put Alphabet, numbers, etc. – before your word or after The Depth of the search indicates for how many levels of results we will look for clues. For example, we are looking for clues for the word “Car”. Among the results are: car wash, car parts, etc. A 0 level means that we will receive all these tips and stop the search. Level 1 states that we will seek for clues for results themselves, i.e. line up a car wash, car parts and so on, for each new level. Include keywords  serves to list all words or phrases (each with a new line) that must be contained in the results. All other keywords will not be included in the final table. In the Exclude keywords, you have to specify all the stop words that are not needed in the search results. Moreover, all the clues that contain stop words from this block will not be shown to you and will not serve as a basis for the further search.

7. How long does it take to gather all suggestions?

It depends on the popularity of the word itself or the phrase for which you are looking for suggestions. It can take 5 minutes and a whole day.

8. Are the some limits on the number of words I can parse?

We do not have restrictions on the number of words – just enter each new word or phrase from a new line and press the “Start”. Note that the search will be performed in parallel and all results will be arranged in one table. Consequently, choose the related words.

9. How do the buttons “Export to CSV” and “Copy to Clipboard” work?

After you have finished processing the result, you will probably need to save it somewhere. To do this, there is an “Export to CSV” button. Note that if you installed a filter, only those words that are not included in the filter will be unloaded. The “Copy to Clipboard” button operates the same as “Export to CSV” – by clicking on the clipboard, all the keywords will be copied.