Have you recently started a new website? OR Are you a Blogger who wants to learn Digital Marketing concepts to apply to your blog to rank high in SERPs?
If you are running a website or have heard about the name Digital Marketing and SEO I’m sure you must have heard the name Keyword Research.
Are you still struggling to find tools that help you do all the keyword research for your website? If yes, you are at the right place. Today in this guide I’ll introduce some great keyword research tools which can help you boost your rankings on Google real quick.
Keyword Research is a big topic in itself. It includes a lot of other things like using proper LSI Keywords, finding low competition keywords, not stuffing keywords in your article and a lot more but that we can discuss that some other day.
So let’s get started.
Top 5 Keyword Research Tools for Your Website.
Note: This guide will include both free/paid tools.
# UberSuggest [FREE]
You probably must have heard this name before. If not, read below and you’ll know the power of this tool.
This is an FREE Keyword Research tool which gives you precise data about the search volume for a specific keyword.
Ubersuggest is one of the famous keyword research tools out there on the market right now. The best part about this free tool is you can expand each keyword to research in depth.
Moreover, there is a Google Trends feature available in the tool itself which lets you know which keyword is currently trending and growing.
You can download the list of keywords and refer them later. It’s a handy feature by the way. Watch the video how to use UberSuggest.
Try UberSuggest here.
# KWFinder [Paid]
If you are searching for a core Keyword Research tool than KWFinder is the answer to your question.
It’s as simple as to enter your keyword in the search term and see the magic. In a few seconds, you’ll see the keywords’ search volume, CPC, and its competition.
Competition is something in which KWFinder beats many other tools out there in the market. You can get a number out of 100 according to the keyword difficulty.
It comes in different color codes. The light green one says that the keyword is easy to rank whereas the orange color code keywords are moderate to difficult to rank and finally the red keywords are a way to difficult to rank for if you are just starting out.
I would recommend target for the green keyword with Keyword Difficulty of around 25-34.
Try KWFinder here.
# KeywordTool.io [Freemium]
This tool is an alternative to Ubersuggest. The tool fetches data from Youtube, Bing, Amazon, eBay, and App store and gives it to you.
If you’re in search of some good low competition keywords then you should definitely visit Keywordtool.io because you’ll fall in love with the detailed results they give for FREE.
One catch here is you won’t be able to see the search volume and the competition of the keyword for that you need to go with the paid version of this tool. But as you are just starting out I’d recommend to use the FREE version and upgrade it when you get your hands dirty.
Try Keywordtool.io here.
# Google Keyword Planner [FREE]
Of course, you must have heard this name once in your lifetime. If not, that is okay. It’s a tool provided by Google for FREE to do Keyword Research.
A pre-built trust builds when we hear the name Google. That’s correct. This tool won’t disappoint you either. Keyword Planner has a lot of data to churn out for you.
Just head on to the search bar and type in your desired keyword and wait for the table to turn. You’ll see a good amount of header and long tail keywords in the Google Keyword Planner.
And when it’s Google there’s no doubt about the precision of data. It highly accurate.
Try Google Keyword Planner here.
# SEMRush [Paid]
This is a complete suite of all your marketing needs. SEMRush not only helps you with the Keyword Research but instead can do a lot more.
With SEMRush you can do Competitor analysis, Domain overview, Backlinks check, PPC check, Website Audit, and your favorite, Keyword Research.
Again you can check here the search volume, CPC and Keyword Difficulty (KD) in form of percentage ranging from 0-100%.
Moreover, you get a ton of long-tail keywords. And, also you can do your competitor analysis and check what keywords they are ranking for and target those keywords and evaluate the SERPs.
Try SEMRush here.
As you can see all the tools mentioned above are similar in features but what makes them different is their uniqueness. All the tools have their own searching methodology and operation of various algorithms to fetch the precise data.
It all depends on your personal choice as to which suits the best for your blogging journey. Let me know in the comments section on which tool you loved the most and why? I’d be more than happy to hear from you.
Until we meet next time. Peace!
Yash Dodeja is the Fountainhead behind Bloggerscloud. He is a Digital Marketer by profession and a Blogger by passion. You’ll find him reading articles on SEO and Link Building in his leisure time. His life mantra is: Eat, Sleep, SEO, Repeat.
Fred Harrington says
I’d like to add another one to the mix, if I may: Term Explorer. An amazing tool made by a super smart guy, and you can do 5 free runs with it per day which should be more than enough for most people. Definitely check it out!
yeah! sure I will check it.
Gurjit Singh says
Thanks for sharing this useful information.. Good work
Aditya Sharma says
Thanks , Very help hellpful article.