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A tool for generating exact keywords?

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It seems like there should be a tool to help generate exact keywords.  For example, consider the keyword

          

                                                                      buy barcodes

 

I'd like now to generate all the possible exact keywords formed  by placing How do I, How can I, How to , or nothing, in front of buy and replacing barcodes with barcode, bar codes, or bar code.   So there are four ways to pick the first word and four ways to pick the second word, for a total of 16 exact keywords that would be generated. 

 

Is there a tool that will make this easy?

 

Thanks

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Hi stevea,

 

I sometimes use the searchcommander keyword multiplier to do this.

 

Have a look and let me know if this is what you were after.

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Hi stevea,

 

I sometimes use the searchcommander keyword multiplier to do this.

 

Have a look and let me know if this is what you were after.

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purefuzz,

 

Thanks.  That's the idea.  There doesn't seem to be a way, though,  to block broad matches and I only want to form exact matches. I also didn't like the way the input words were cleared each time you generated a list, so you couldn't compare the finished list with the input components.

 

Once I realized that they were called "keyword multipliers" I found another one at http://www.tacticaltechnique.com/tools/keyword-multiplier/.  This one does allow me to generate just exact matches, and it doesn't clear the input words.

 

Thanks for  the info.