Using the right keywords can make the difference between obscurity and getting your content a respectable ranking on the search engines. And there are plenty of tools from which to choose. But Soovle offers something a bit different.
With this tool, you can enter a term and see search suggestions from multiple engines. The results are filtered as you type, and display results from Google, Amazon.com, Yahoo!, Ask, YouTube, Answers.com and Wikipedia by default. What you see might help in determining some keywords to include in your titles and copy.
For example, a search for "new york travel" shows that you might want to include "new york travel guide," "new york travel packages," "agencies," "packages," and "secrets" in your copy (see image below.) You can also change the engines to search at the top right of the page. Some options include hulu, eBay, Buy.com and MSN Live, among others. Double click any result to see that engine's full list of results. You can also save searches by dragging results and terms to the little book on the top left of the screen.
Soovle might not be the best keyword finder out there, but it does offer a fast way to get some ideas before deciding on your content.