Uber Suggest Google Doc Scraper

PLEASE NOTE: DUE TO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CAPTCHA ON UBERSUGGEST THIS TOOL NO LONGER WORKS. SORRY

uber-suggest
As an SEO I like to use Ubersuggest to get variations for keyword research. Rather than having to do this manually it’s useful to scrap ubersuggest using a Google Document. So I made one that I thought’d I’d share.

Click the link below to download it:
uber-suggest-scraper

Here’s how to use it:

  • Open The Google Document
  • Select File > Make A Copy
  • Enter the Search Query you want Ubersuggests for
  • Select English UK or English USA or French or German
  • See you Ubersuggest results

Let me know if you have any suggestions or if you need any help with it!

Notes: I’ve now changed it so that it has additional French/German options.

About BeetleJeremy

Spend most of my time working and researching SEO and have an interest in everything Digital. Particularly SEO, PPC and Digital Marketing. But have a particular penchant for doing Magento SEO within our Magento Development Company. Check out my Google + profile:
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6 Responses to Uber Suggest Google Doc Scraper

  1. Kinjal says:

    Can you elaborate more about the Output sheet? Was it suppose to output the results from ubersuggest?

    • BeetleJeremy says:

      Hi,

      I meant to take it out. This was meant for selecting the terms you wanted then outputting them to this tab. However I found that it was easier to do this on the web version.

  2. Works like a charm, useful little tool this!

  3. Rohit Dutt says:

    Works like charm !!!

  4. Jessy Grossi says:

    It is not working for me. I Think the problem comes from the captcha. I see “N/A” in the results…

    Thanks Jeremy!

  5. BalcomSEO says:

    Jeremy,

    This is a wonderful idea! However, im having some issues that im wondering if you’d be able to shed some light on. I have the KW/Query set up, and the location set to English/UK, but it keeps giving me #N/A as the results for my query. Just to make sure that my query wasnt too obscure, I entered some very common terms and those returned the same #N/A. Any idea of what could possibly be going on?

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