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Top Keyword Research Tools To Get Right Keywords for SEO

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Many of the tools listed below can help you analyze other aspects of your website’s performance, not just keywords. But even if you’re just looking at keyword data, these tools can give you information like search volume, ranking difficulty (useful for content strategy and SEO), keyword value (useful for pay per click advertising), competition and more. There are dozens of keyword research tools, but here are several to get you started.

  1. Answer the Public breaks down its results by type of question, so that you can target content to providing the answers.
  2. Bing includes a keyword research tool in Bing Webmaster Tools. The tool provides volume and keyword suggestions.
  3. Google autocomplete, mentioned earlier, makes keyword suggestions as you type.
  4. Google Adwords Keyword Planner lets you evaluate monthly global and local search volumes for keywords, competition levels and an estimated cost per click. To get keyword ideas, login and go to Tools » Keyword Planner, and choose one of the options under Find New Keywords and Search Volume.
  5. Google Trends is a useful tool for deciding which of several similar search terms is more popular, as Have Camera, Will Travel
  6. Keyword Eye brings together keyword data from Google, YouTube and Amazon, and helps you find keywords, questions and competitors’ keyword and advertising data, as well as trending content.
  7. Keyword Spy is a downloadable keyword tool which helps you to identify competitors’ keywords and find related terms you can use in your own content and marketing.
  8. Keyword Tool is a free online tool that generates around 750 Google keyword suggestions. It also offers keyword suggestions for Bing, YouTube, Amazon, eBay and Apple’s app store.
  9. Long Tail Pro includes a number of useful keyword research features. As well as simply finding keywords, you can assess ranking difficulty, competitiveness and can filter results in various ways, such as by local search.
  10. LSIGraph, mentioned earlier, provides a long list of Google autocomplete suggestions.
  11. Market Samurai is a paid tool (a free trial is available) that includes a keyword research module. A September 2016 update announced that keyword data was being pulled from Bing.
  12. Moz Keyword Explorer allows you two free searches a day. If you need more, you’ll need to upgrade to Moz Pro. You can search for keywords to find related terms and search volume.You can also filter results according to similarity, volume and range of sources.
  13. Pinterest, says the Content Marketing Institute, is also a great way to find related terms. All you have to do is look at what comes up when you type a seed keyword or long tail keyword into the search box.
  14. Quora is an excellent place to see the questions people ask related to your niche. This is often a great starting point for generating keyword lists.
  15. On Reddit, you can find people discussing practically anything. Type in your main keyword, then search the results for topics that are generating a lot of discussion. Mine the threads for keyword ideas.
  16. SEMrush provides keyword data and helps you find keywords related to your main search terms. This paid tool has lots of other features, too, but you can try out a free keyword search on this page.
  17. The SEO Book Keyword Suggestion Tool provides search volumes, related terms, estimated value and more.
  18. The free SERPS keyword research database lists related terms and provides search volume, cost per click and value for each keyword phrase.
  19. Soovle provides autocomplete suggestions from multiple sources on a single page. In addition to Google, YouTube, Amazon and Bing, it includes data from Wikipedia, and Yahoo.
  20. SpyFu is a paid tool that uses 11 years of historical data to help you find your competitors’ most profitable keywords and the keywords they’ve used for SEO and ads.
  21. Ubersuggest provides lists of keywords, though you’ll have to install the Keyword Everywhere extension to get search volume and cost per click data.
  22. Wikipedia topics can also provide keyword ideas. As with Google, Wikipedia provides autocomplete suggestions.
  23. Wordstream Keyword Tool: This tool uses browser searches, information from internet service providers and search data to include a wide keyword database. You can get 10 free searches then one daily search for free.
  24. Yoast Google Suggest Expander, shown below, generates keyword suggestions like those suggested by Google. In addition to the main suggestions, there’s a long list of other suggestions based on your search phrase plus a letter of the alphabet.


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