Scrape Google Keyword Tool and Google Search

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This software will:
- Be sold to the public, so a payment IPN will be needed
- Require licenses, so a database will be needed
- May require updates upon 3rd party structure change, so will need a simple update system like ClickOnce or your preference

Please open the attached GUI, and follow along with it, as I explain the flow.

We will be scraping from this URL: [url removed, login to view] along with Google search and a domain registrar. To remove captcha on Adwords tool, just login to Google.

Step 1:
User can input a string like 'cheese' or 'fast cars'. Alternately, they can use the second radio button which will choose a random string from a long .txt list I have.

Step 2:
User inputs search and CPC values, both of which are found in Adwords tools. Alternatively, they can choose the second radio button, which will use my preset values for search and CPC. I will give those later.

Now Google keyword tool will give us long list of keywords, up to 800, in .CSV file.

Step 3:
Now we take each keyword and check for domain availability on a website like [url removed, login to view]
if {keyword}.com, and net, and org are not available, then keyword is removed from array.
In the next checkbox, we will search Google 3 times per keyword, and multiply the 3 returned values, see screenshot. The keyword with the lower product, will be displayed below with it's statistics. To get the 3 values, just search:
and that will give each value.

Please review this entire post carefully. The program may be coded in C# or Java. Java would be nice, because it offers support on Windows and Mac, but C# is also an option, because that's what I usually use. Let the best bidder win!

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