Keyword Multiplier

Do you need to create a list of multiple keyword phrases, all annotated with every possible variation of city, state, industry specialty, or anything else?

This tool allows you to use a variable in each column, and then automatically multiplies and combines them into a new line.

Check out the short 2 1/2 minute video to show you how it easily works…

Just start with a solid list and a good set of variables, and you’ll cover every base possible for your PPC campaign, or any other keyword list.


  1. In the first column add a list of phrases or any text, code, etc.
  2. In the second column, add a list of variations.
  3. In the third column add another list (optional).
  4. In the fourth column, add another (optional).

Enter phrases only one per line, with no commas, tabs, or other characters that you do not wish in the outpit. Then push the button, and scroll down to get your list, saving you tons of time.

For example, in column 1, let’s use three foods – pizza, chicken and taco.

In column 2, place three variables, like delivery, restaurant, and reviews.

Then in column 3, put each city name as a variable.

In column 4 put your state as the last variable.

Hit the button, and you’ll instantly be provided with the entire list of phrases to use for your campaign, along with the “phrase match” and [exact match] options of each one too, ready to paste into Adwords.

If this doesn’t make perfect sense to you, then please see some additional directions how to use this tool

Note that you can also use this tool to vary any list, which you could then use wherever you like.
For example… perhaps lists of syntax to put in your (unsavory) content spinning software?  😉

Simply place the URL and desired separator, (like the | character) in column one – |

and the other half in column two –

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Be sure to include the spaces that your software likely requests

Then UNcheck the match type boxes, and CHECK the box to remove the spaces and get your links.

Enter phrases only one per line and press “Enter”

Primary Keyword Phrases   Desired Variables (city, state etc.)  
Desired Variables (city, state etc.)   Desired Variables (city, state etc.)  

If you're using this for Google Ad Words, you likely want to leave these boxes checked.
Retain Broad Match   Add Exact Match   Add Modified Broad Match
Add Phrase Match   Add Negative Match

 Checking this box CHANGES this tool, so it will generate EXACTLY what you input. Do do not use with the Adwords match types.

This option KEEPS any spaces or other characters you may add, like pipes, spaces etc. and will NOT add its own spaces for use in Adwords.


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