Keyword research

BEST Keyword Research Tools for SEO | An Ultimate Guide



#SEO#keywords#research
These amazing tools have helped my organic traffic grow by 21.22% over the last 6 months:

Buckling – Organic traffic increase
And in this guide, I’ll reveal the world’s best keyword tools…

…and help you choose the best one for you.

15 Best Keyword Research Tools
1. Soovle
Scrape suggested keywords from multiple sources.

Soovle gives you suggested keyword ideas from Google, YouTube, Bing, Yahoo, Amazon, and more.

(All in one place)

That way, you can find untapped keywords that your competition doesn’t know about.

Soovle
My Favorite Feature: Saved Suggestions

Easily save your favorite keyword ideas with Soovle’s “drag & drop” saved suggestions feature.

Then, download your favorite keywords to a CSV file.

Brian's Bottom Line
BRIAN’S BOTTOM LINE
Soovle is one of the best free keyword research tools out there.

2. Jaaxy
Get thousands of related keyword ideas within seconds.

This is a straightforward (yet powerful) tool.

So, what makes Jaaxy unique?

First off, it gives you LOTS of different keyword ideas.

(Including some that you won’t find in most other tools)

Plus, you get helpful data on every keyword that it generates (including competition, search volume and potential traffic).

Jaaxy – “keto diet” results
My Favorite Feature: QSR

QSR stands for “Quoted Search Result”.

This is a fancy way of saying: “how many other websites are trying to rank for this exact term?”.

Obviously, the lower this number, the better chance you have of ranking #1.

Jaaxy – QSR
Brian's Bottom Line
BRIAN’S BOTTOM LINE
Jaaxy is a decent freemium tool. Not nearly as good as something like SEMrush or Ahrefs. But at $50/month, it’s not a bad deal.

3. Google Search Console
Find hundreds of “Opportunity Keywords”.

The Google Search Console isn’t a traditional keyword research tool.

But it does have a feature that makes finding awesome keywords a CINCH.

The feature?

The Performance Report.

This report list out the pages on your site that get the most clicks from Google.

(And the exact keywords that brought them there)

So: how can you use this feature for keyword research?

It’s easy: use it to find “Opportunity Keywords”.

Opportunity Keywords are where you rank between #8-#20 in Google for a specific keyword.

And with little extra on-page SEO, you can find yourself with a nice rankings boost.

For example, my average rankings for the keyword “SEO tool” is 6.2.

“seo tool” SERP – Average position
That keyword is an Opportunity Keyword. And if I optimize my page around “SEO tool”, my rankings for that term should go up.

My Favorite Feature: Google Analytics + Google Search Console

Did you know that you can combine your Google Search Console and Google Analytics accounts?

Well, you can.

And it’s VERY helpful.

When you do, you’ll get in-depth keyword data than you would with either tool by itself.

GSC within Google Analytics
Brian's Bottom Line
BRIAN’S BOTTOM LINE
The Google Search Console is an underrated keyword research tool. No other tool can help you find Opportunity Keywords like the GSC.

4. Ahrefs Keywords Explorer
Make smarter keyword decisions.

Ahrefs recently rolled out a new and improved “Keywords Explorer”.

And what I like most about Keywords Explorer is this:

It gives you SUPER in-depth information on each keyword.

Sure, you get the data you’d expect (like search volume). But you also get a breakdown of the first page competition… and how many searchers actually click on a result.

Ahrefs – Keyword Overview – “link building”
My Favorite Feature: Keyword Difficulty

Most keyword research tools give you vague difficulty info (like “easy” or “difficult”). Or a score (like “89/100”).

But Ahrefs tells you EXACTLY how many backlinks you’ll need to rank on the first page of Google.

Keyword Difficulty – Link building
Awesome.

What's your reaction?

Excited
0
Happy
0
In Love
0
Not Sure
0
Silly
0

You may also like

Leave a reply