FREE KEYWORD RESEARCH TOOLS FOR BEGINNERS
In this article, you’ll learn about the top 5 free SEO keyword research tools that I use to find search volume, related keywords, and other data to find a keyword or keyphrase that I can target in blog posts, podcasts, and videos. This is an introduction to each of these 5 tools, so if you’re an advanced SEO you likely already know what these are and how to use them. Some of these keyword research tools are free to use all of the time (and no, I’m not covering the Google Adwords Keyword Planner, which is a popular one to start out with, but very limited in data provided), and others are free to use for a little while or certain amount until you need to upgrade. All of them, however, provide interesting data we can use to make decisions and create content that can help us rank higher in the search engines. Please see the outline below for tools mentioned, links and time-stamps for each section for your convenience:
1. Keywords Everywhere – https://keywordseverywhere.com/
Keywords Everywhere is a FREE browser add-on for Chrome & Firefox that shows search volume, CPC & competition on websites used by Internet Marketers …
2. – KWFinder – https://kwfinder.com/
KWFinder is a keyword research and analysis tool bringing hundreds of long tail keywords with low SEO difficulty. Try KWFinder for free.KWFinder by mangonels KWFinder. Find long tail keywords with low SEO difficulty. Unlock the real potential of long tail keywords. KWFinder is a popular keyword.
3. SEMRush – https://semrush.com
SEMrush is a powerful and versatile competitive intelligence suite for online marketing, from SEO and PPC to social media and video advertising research. Find your competitors’ Keywords, Backlinks, Ad text and much more. Free trial! 140+ regional databases. Best SEO Tool 2017 Winner. 2.000.000+ users. 450,000,000+ domains. 370,000,000+ keywords. Services: Keyword Analytics, Site Audit, Traffic Analytics, Position Tracking.
4. BuzzSumo – https://buzzsumo.com
BuzzSumo has to be the most important tool that I use for my content marketing and SEO campaigns. The ability to quickly identify what content is working well in
5. Google Search Console – https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/
Google Search Console is a no-charge web service by Google for webmasters. It allows webmasters to check indexing status and optimize visibility of their websites.