The following guest tip is provided by Bill Sebald
I like this trick and use it each time in my keyword research. I came up with it after discovering the great AutoPagerize user script for Greasemonkey. It stimulates a lot of ideas quickly. In keyword research, where creativity is still a key ingredient, this trick not only makes for a great “jump in” point but also provides a bunch of terms that have a higher probability for success.
Take one keyword or keyword phrase and enter it into Google like this: allintitle: ~coffee products where coffee products would be the term you’re looking to expand upon. By using the tilde (~), you’re asking Google to display synonyms and related terms that Google may be using in their algorithm.
To make the process less arduous for Firefox users install the Greasemonkey add-on. Greasemonkey accepts user scripts for on-the-fly editing of many HTML pages, including Google SERPs. The user script Autopagerize can be installed easily into Greasemonkey, and when activated, allows Google to scroll on forever.
Grab a mouse with a scroll wheel and start scrolling down. Within a few minutes you’ll be able to see hundreds of listings and a myriad of different ideas. Jot down the ones that you like, and when your hand is tired, enter the terms into your favorite keyword discovery tool.
Any more tips on using Google search for keyword brainstorming? Please share them in the comments!