SEO KEYWORD SEARCH TOOL

Matthew Carter
Hello friends, my name is Matthew Carter. I’m a professional link builder for a large SEO agency in New York City.

TRY OUR PACKAGES

Small Package
$49
Human Articles with Readable Spin
TIER 1
15 High DA web 2.0 Properties
10 High DA Trusted Profiles
20 High DA Bookmarks
5 EDU Profiles
50 Powerful Web 2.0 Profiles
10 Blog Platform Articles
10 High DA Documents Links
10 Manual Image Submission Links
10 Niche Related Blog Comments
1 Weebly Post
1 Tumblr Post
1 Wordpress Post
1 Blogspot Post
1 Medium Post
50 Facebook Reshares
50 Twitter Retweets
100 Pinterest Repins
TIER 2
Blog Comments LinkJuice
Bookmarks LinkJuice
Instant Link Indexer Services
Drip Feed Pinging
Order Now
Medium Package
$99
80 Unique Human Articles no spin
TIER 1
30 High DA web 2.0 Properties
25 High DA Trusted Profiles
30 High DA Bookmarks
7 EDU Profiles
70 Web 2.0 Media Profiles
25 Blog Platform Articles
15 High DA Documents Links
12 Image Sharing Backlinks
20 Niche Related Blog Comments
10 High DA Forum Profiles
10 Press Releases
Video Creation
10 Video Submissions
Power Point Creation
10 Power Point Submissions
1 EDU Blog Post
1 Weebly Post
5 High PA Tumblr Posts
1 Wordpress Post
1 Blogspot Post
1 Medium Post
1 Mix.com Share
1 Flickr Share
1 Myspace Share
100 Facebook Reshares
100 Twitter Retweets
250 Pinterest Repins
TIER 2
Blog Comments LinkJuice
Bookmarks LinkJuice
Article Submission
Guestbook Comments
Social Network Profiles
Static Links
Referrer Links
Instant Link Indexer Services
Drip Feed Pinging
Order Now
Big Package
$159
140 Unique Human Articles no spin
TIER 1
50 High DA web 2.0 Properties
40 High DA Trusted Profiles
40 High DA Bookmarks
10 EDU Profiles
100 Web 2.0 Media Profiles
50 Blog Platform Articles
20 High DA Documents Links
15 Image Sharing Backlinks
30 Niche Related Blog Comments
20 High DA Forum Profiles
20 Press Releases
Video Creation
20 Video Submissions
Power Point Creation
20 Power Point Submissions
1 EDU Blog Post
1 Weebly Post
10 High PA Tumblr Posts
1 Wordpress Post
1 Blogspot Post
1 Medium Post
1 Mix.com Share
1 Flickr Share
1 Myspace Share
1 Penzu Post
1 Ex.co Post
1 Behance Post
1 Voog Post
1 Linkedin Post
1 EzineArticle Post
250 Facebook Reshares
300 Twitter Retweets
500 Pinterest Repins
TIER 2
Blog Comments LinkJuice
Bookmarks LinkJuice
Article Submission
Guestbook Comments
Social Network Profiles
Static Links
Referrer Links
Instant Link Indexer Services
Drip Feed Pinging
Order Now

PORTFOLIO













You can now compare the terms from Google Suggest with the related search queries. Consider including terms in your text, that appear in both places as these seem to be highly relevant for users.

While you are typing in your keyword, Google will suggest further, complementary terms (this is called “Google Suggest”). You can use these keywords for a deeper, more accurate search.

If you want to start a Google Ads campaign, the CPC indicates the click prices you can expect.

The tool analyzes 100 related keywords that are relevant in this context.

You can now select the keywords that are relevant for you and include them in your text.

Compare keywords.

Enter the search term you want to rank for, e.g. “keyword research”.

You already have an idea for a landing page or piece of content and know which keyword to optimize on, but you’re still looking for related keywords? Use our free Keyword Research Tool to find relevant keywords for your content.

The bar at the right shows how strong the competition for each keyword is. The higher the competition, the harder it will be to rank for this keyword on Google.

The results are already sorted by search volume so that the most important keywords will be right at the top.

Once you have submitted your search query, scroll down to the bottom of the first search result page. There you will find other search queries that are related to your search term. These terms and word groups can also be an important source for research.

Use the terms suggested by Google to refine your keyword research with this tool. This way, you will get even more terms that you can use to create and optimize your content.

To help you with your research, our tool also provides you with the search volume, CPC (Cost per Click on Google Ads) and competition of each keyword. This way, you can decide which keywords are actually important for you and have the greatest potential for your SEO. An example:

Finding the right keyword to achieve good Google rankings and increase your search traffic is not easy and requires an analytical process. Even if your website ranks high for a specific keyword in Google’s search results, it doesn’t mean that this keyword will bring success. Does the keyword have a high search volume? Which topics could also be interesting? The following tips for your keyword research will help you find such related terms.

Here’s how it works: enter your keyword in the first field, select a country and click on “Start research”. You don’t have to limit your search to a single word as you can also enter word groups or phrases (e.g. “best keyword research tool”). After a few seconds, you will get a clear list of related keywords that our tool has found for your search term or phrase.

When creating your content, you should not include too many of the terms from your keyword research. Both Google and our free keyword tool only give you suggestions that are important but not mandatory. Always write your text in a way that makes it readable and interesting for users. Through various updates in the past, Google is now able to detect overoptimized SEO texts that don’t provide real value to users. Therefore, you should always ask yourself what your users are actually interested in when you’re creating content for them. Combining this with sound keyword research will help you create content that is both valuable to users and optimized for search engines.

Google Suggest.

Compare CPCs.

Data sources. You should be able to trust that your keyword data is free of errors and biases, so considering where the data in each keyword research tool comes from was an important step for us. Every tool we included pulls data in from Google at a minimum.

That competitive keyword analysis is really what sets Semrush apart. With the Keyword Gap feature, you can enter your competitors' websites and Semrush audits the keywords they rank for that you don't—making it easy to find new opportunities.

What's unique about QuestionDB is the sourcing. While several tools will show you question-based keywords pulled from Google or Bing, QuestionDB scrapes questions from all across the web, including sites like Reddit, Quora, and Stack Exchange—which, of course, are a gold mine of questions.

What about Google's free keyword tools?

One of our favorite GetKeywords features is a little further down, where the tool tells you the average bounce rate and organic click rate for the SERP as a whole. That means you can decide right away if a given keyword is worth trying to rank for and set realistic goals.

For example, you might search for a topic like "keyword research." QuestionDB will scrape the web to find common questions people are asking related to keyword research, enabling you to see how, why, and where people are talking about the topic. You can brainstorm content topics, see how people are talking about a topic outside the Google search bar, and get more context on how you should talk about the topic.

PPC-focused tools (like Google Keyword Planner) that focus on search ads, including metrics like cost-per-click and competitive ad analysis.

QuestionDB for finding question-based keywords.

To start, you'll enter your website domain. Once the data loads, click Keyword Research in the left-hand menu to see a whole list of Wincher's keyword suggestions. These are keywords your website already ranks for, but you can filter by position to find keywords beyond the top 10—keywords you can optimize for to move up in the rankings. You can further prioritize your updates by filtering based on traffic or volume, competition, and cost per click (CPC).

With the Keyword Planner tool, you can search any keyword you choose and see its monthly volume, difficulty, and organic clickthrough rate (CTR). Scroll down from there to see analysis of current results ranking for it and suggestions for similar keywords.

The best keyword research tool for optimizing SEO for your entire website.

Wincher is a great option if you're looking to optimize your whole website, identifying keyword opportunities and tracking your ranking progress.

Semrush Pricing: Plans start at $119.95/month for up 3,000 results per day and 250 keyword metrics updates per month.

Browser extensions offer a lightweight way to do keyword research without ever leaving the search engine results page. Keyword Surfer, a Google Chrome extension from Surfer SEO, is separate from the full SEO suite and offers a limited version of the platform for free.

If you opt for the full Surfer SEO app, you'll also see an overall "Content Score" plus suggestions on how many headings, paragraphs, and images to include.

The best keyword research tool for finding question-based SEO keywords.

Wincher Pricing: Plans start at 29€/month for daily ranking updates and up to 10 websites.

You'll see the top locations within each country or state you search in, as well as the breakdown of mobile and desktop traffic. If you're a local business, this is super valuable because it allows you to avoid wasting time chasing keywords that no one nearby is searching for.

You may have noticed that none of Google's free keyword tools made our list—that's not an oversight. While several Google tools include keyword research features, they fall into two buckets:

Here's our favorite feature: Moz includes a "Priority" score that simplifies keyword research by giving you the bottom line on whether a keyword is worth chasing for you. Moz automatically calculates the score based on the keyword's volume, organic CTR, and difficulty, along with your "My Score"—a metric you set yourself, designating how important a given keyword is to your business, based on your own expertise and knowledge of your business and industry.

QuestionDB Pricing: Free for up to 50 results per search; Pro plan includes complete results (up to 800 per search) and unlimited searches for $10/month.

Click on a star to rate it!

Average rating 0 / 5. Vote count: 0

No votes so far! Be the first to rate this post.