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Help with Keyword Reserach

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by SocialEyez, Mar 24, 2020.

  1. SocialEyez

    SocialEyez Junior Member

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    i was using https://answerthepublic.com/ to get some keywords ideas,

    now basically i don't know which are lucrative because they don't show the traffic stats there.

    is there a tool where i can dump all of those keywords to get their traffic stats? (not one by one obviously)

    am i doing it wrong, or will it sound like a waste, to just write articles about almost all of the topics they bring up there (lets say around 100-150 articles) - they all seem so relevant, and maybe it will be good just to pump up my blog and get SOME organic traffic? my niche is not that competitive on SEO so i am wondering if that might just work off the bat. i don't mind investing in link building later, but that's not something i tried so far, so i am not sure what to expect with or without it.

    i know the right way would probably to use Ahrefs or Moz to reseach, but i cant afford it atm, so anything free or anything wise, would be highly appreciated :)
     
  2. blackh4t

    blackh4t Regular Member

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    Why not use group buy for ahrefs then is much cheaper.
     
  3. jhakasseo

    jhakasseo Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Why not use Google Keyword planner tool. Have you heard about it?
     
  4. Yusuf Fikri

    Yusuf Fikri Newbie

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    You can try Google Keyword planner, or use ubersuggest by neilpatel, i think its good and free to do keyword research
     
  5. Roger Marquez

    Roger Marquez Elite Member

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    This!

    I am using supremeseo and I pay $7.60 for 28 days access for Ahrefs. There are also other packages available which includes SEMRush, Moz, KWFinder among a few other Softwares. If I recall, I believe it was $18 a month or something similar.

    Thus far, the service have been amazing, barely any downtime, usage limitations are flexible and I abuse the soft :D :p

    On Ahrefs you can type in up to 200 keywords at the same time and get metrics on all of them like monthly search volume, keyword difficulty score, clicks, CPS, and so on.
     
  6. Mia Jane

    Mia Jane Power Member

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    Try with ubersuggest it is free one.
     
  7. Turbo SEO

    Turbo SEO Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Try with ubersuggest
     
  8. Digirulz

    Digirulz Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Try with Google Keyword planner and KWFinder.
     
  9. just2016

    just2016 Regular Member Marketplace seller

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    Holzr Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Keywords everywhere chrome extension gives you search volume within answer the public. It also has a bulk import feature to check search volume.