Find Your SEO Keyword Niche
using Text Network Visualization

generate the keywords that people search for but cannot yet find

Keyword Graph: Visual Keyword Generation Tool

Visual Keyword Research Tool for Search Engine Optimization

Everyone's using the same tools so everyone's getting the same results. It's time to try something different.

Import the Search Results
and Related Keywords

Use your target search queries to import the relevant search results, related keywords, and to visualize them as a graph.

Identify Relevant Keywords
using Network Visualization

Network analysis algorithm will identify and visualize the clusters of related keywords and the relations between them.

Find the Keyword Gaps:
Demand vs Supply

Compare the graph of the search results and the related queries to find the gaps between what people need and what they get.


Forget the Tables, Let's Go Graphs

Watch this short video to discover how this visual text network analysis tool can be used for search engine optimization:


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Built-In Functionalities

Keyword Generator Tool

Generate keywords from any text or an URL page.

Visual Google Search

Visualize patterns in search results to study the market.

Save Your Keyword Ideas

Save your keyword ideas in a separate graph.

Import Files + CSV

Analyze your own keyword lists exported from elsewhere.


Use English, German, French, Russian, Spanish, Portugese, Swedish, Italian, Dutch and even #hashtags.

Fully Shareable

You can link to your graphs, embed them to your site, save in gexf, png, csv formats. Full data export with metrics.

Private by Default

All your data is private by default and you can export and erase it anytime. On-premise installation possible.

Interactive Graphs

You have full control over the graphs: move the nodes, delete them, make connections, filter, select the relevant parts.

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How Keyword Graph Works


1. Start with a Search Query

Enter a search query and we will import the top search results and the keywords that people tend to use with your search query.

They will be visualized as a graph using our state-of-the-art text network analysis software. Every word is a node, every co-occurrence of words is a connection between them. This visualization allows you to see the most relevant clusters of keywords in context.

We then apply powerful network science metrics to identify the most relevant keyword combinations, so that you know both what people search for and what they actually find.

More on the Methodology in our Whitepaper
Create a Text Network Graph

2. Visualize SERP and Related Keywords as Network Graphs

You can switch between the search engine results page (SERP) graph and the graph of the keywords people use with your query, so you can compare what people search for (keywords) to what they actually find (SERP).

This helps you better understand both the content that already exists on the market as well as the content that people are actually looking for.

We also provide the powerful analytics toolbox which can identify the main topics (niches) and estimate how dense or diverse your target market may be.

You can also click any word in the graph to see the context where it appears.

Overview Data with Text Network Visualization

3. Find the Missing Keywords

The most interesting feature is the "missing keywords" functionality.

It compares the two graphs in order to find the difference between what people search (related keywords) for and what they find (SERP).

If you then create the ads or the content that will target these niches, you are almost guaranteed to get to the top of the Google search results.

Simply click the "Missing Keywords" functionality and then save the keywords you select on the graph.

Generating Insight with Structural Gaps

Visual Keyword Generation Step by Step:

First, add the keyword query that you are interested to explore. It can be your research topic or a general keyword phrase you want to explore the context for. For example, "topic modeling".

Create a new SEO graph

You will see two graphs superimposed: one that contains the search results (the supply), the other one that contains the related search queries (the demand). Using the Analytics panel you can see what are the main topics related to that search query.

Network graph topic modeling of the search results and queries

You can select the most relevant keywords and topics on the graph and save them into your keywords list.

Add the most relevant keywords for your SEO strategy

You can add more related search keywords using the "+queries" field or more search results for a specific query using the "+results" field.

Add more results into the graph

The most interesting feature is the Missing Keywords: select this option to see what people search for (demand) but do not find (supply). In this case we see that using neural networks for topic modeling is demanded by users but is not represented in search results. So that could be a good niche to explore.

Find the unoccupied niche for your target keywords SEO strategy.


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Pricing Options

This tool and the associated research in ecological network thinking are developed solely on the monthly contribution provided by users like you. We believe this is a working model for crowd-funded R&D, and we thank you for your support!

All quotas are per each text. There is no limitation on the number of texts you can process every month.

SEO Graphs: Interactive Examples

Below you can find the examples of SEO keyword graphs for different search queries. Open the graphs, play around with the interface, and click the "Missing Keywords" button to identify the difference between the demand and supply.

Technical Support

InfraNodus SEO application is developed by Nodus Labs. All the features of the InfraNodus are very easy to use and we also have a step-by-step tutorial available in the app. However, should you have any questions, please, feel free to browse the case studies on our Nodus Labs support portal or to contact us directly. We will show you how you can make the most out of this tool for your particular use case.