SEMSTORM: keywords is a free plugin for the Google Chrome browser, that helps you to find more keywords suggestions directly from Google. How the plugin will help you? The plugin will: * show the additional keyword suggestions based on your query; * generate content suggestions: questions that users ask the search engine and article topics that are connected with your keyword; * identify at Google Search Console, which keyword has SEO potential. It will additionally define the intention of keyword research. SEMSTORM: keywords will determine the type of keyword according to the user's intent: - e-commerce keywords. Potential customers use these queries to find the product at the largest e-commerce platforms, such as Amazon, Aliexpress and ect.; - content keywords. Users usually search for such phrases when they want to read an article or to watch the video in order to find an answer to their questions. What's more, the plugin allows you to collect selected phrases in the keyword storage. Choose queries from plugin suggestions or get words from any website. You can then export the list of selected phrases to a CSV file. Use these keywords for your SEO, PPC or content marketing campaigns. The plugin also allows you to highlight important elements of internal SEO, such as links or headers (H1-H6). What kind of data do we collect: - The keywords you will send to the system to determine the user's intent; - Words, statistics, and URL of the websites you are analyzing in Google Search Console. What data we do NOT collect: - your browsing history; - we do not collect any cookies; - any information about your online behavior. V1.0.1 Changelog Small CSS fix V1.0.0 Changelog We have changed the keyword clipboard to a more user-friendly one. We have added data analysis in Google Search Console. We have improved the interface. Country and language settings have been moved to a more convenient place. v0.002 Changelog We have fixed the most important bugs related to the performance of the plugin. We have added the option of highlighting HTML elements.