Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by alamin mia, May 18, 2017.
Pleas do can you one help me, What is the free keyword analysis tools name
Google Adword Keyword planner .
You can use Semrush and Kw finder.
This tools is fully free
Semrush and KW finder are paid tools. My suggestion is KW finder. It does the job well.
+1 for KWFinder.
Google Adwords Keyword planner is free to use and if you want paid tool, KWFinder.com is best to go.
SEO Book Keyword Tools:
Google Keyword planner the best tool for KW research also it is free. This is very easy to use and simple step by step process makes adding new ad and groups quit good and this tool lets you easily and quickly export the date by downloading the entire KW list that we researched.
Best Free tools for keyword Analysis:
1.Google AdWords: Keyword Planner - https://adwords.google.com/KeywordPlanner
2.IMforSMB Keyword Generator - http://www.imforsmb.com/tools/bulk-keyword-generator/
3.Wordtracker Scout - https://www.wordtracker.com/scout
4.SEMRush - https://www.semrush.com/
there are Lots of keywords Searching tools over the internet. You can Use The Google Keyword Planner Which is really good and helpfull for you try this.
Damn dude, that's a hell of a sentence.
Anyway, try Traffic Travis for instance.
In our experience these tools are so useful.
Free you can go with - Google keyword planner
Paid - Keywordtool.io
good for social media..
Try this too : Keyword Revealer
both works best but if u need free then go with google planner
You could also try Mondovo's free keyword research tool - https://www.mondovo.com/keyword-research.php
SEMrush is a complete solution for keyword checking and analysis another is
Ahrefs - It automatically detects what keyword your website is ranking for & you can specify ranking based on country
Kw finder does the job well.
Google Adwords Keyword Planner is good and free, but they have a lot of juicy keywords. You really have to keep putting in seed keywords and digging your way down if you want to uncover the stats for some hard to find keywords.
Separate names with a comma.