Google Adowrds Keyword Planner

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  1. nk00013

    nk00013 Registered Member

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    Hey Guys can anyone suggest me any good tool for keyword planner besides adwords?
    is there any tool where I can put my few keywords and I get the competition and search volume for all together?
     
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    addisonwade Newbie

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    Hi,
    Google adwords in nice and better know then why you are trying to search some other tool...
     
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    Google Adword Keyword Planner is the best tool for Keyword Research and Analysis.. Use it well..
     
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    Yes, there are many effective tools to find out best keywords apart Google adwords like semrush, wordstream, wordtracker and hittail. Especially, the hittail tool ( my favorite one right now ) is the best and easy one to find long tail keywords for any website.
     
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    You're doing well steering clear of Google ad words.

    Keyword planner is overrated.

    The reason I say that is that when you type in a keyword, most of the keywords that Google keyword planner will spit back at you are tightly related to your search query.

    It is no surprise then that a lot of SEOs that build pages based on this information end up competing with each other.

    You have to come up with some sort of out-of-the-box solution.

    My preferred solution is to use the category system of Wikipedia.

    Since Wikipedia uses a crowd-sourced editing process, you can easily figure out new long tail or "hidden" niche keywords from Wikipedia.

    This is especially true if you're dealing with hot niches like drone technology.