Last week I posted about quick on-page SEO, people here seemed to like it. After fiddling with serpstat a little more I found another nice thing, probably not as useful as previous but still cool. previous thread: http://www.blackhatworld.com/seo/quick-on-page-seo-get-to-top-10-with-under-performing-pages.847638/ Expanding keyword pool of a single page. 1. analyze URL Just copypaste url into serpstat and click ok. I'll use this page for science: http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/f103-proxy-lists/ 2. You'll go straight to URL analysis section where you need to click on the Missing Keywords: This thing basically gives you a list of ready to use keywords, here's how it works: 1. Suggested keyword 2. Search Volume/Month 3. Competition in percent 4. CPC – usually shows as 0 for keywords with low search volumes 5. How many similar pages se this keyword to rank in top 20. 7 means that there are 7 competitors to your page that rank for this keyword somewhere within first 2 pages of google. They use it to define relevancy.*** 6. Not sure, but it seems to show if any other of your pages rank for this keyword number is likely page's position for keyword, clicking on that link just takes you to the corresponding page. ***– forgot to add about competition. In URL analysis you can click on competitors and see pages similar to yours: In other tools I can only find similar domains even when I analyze a page. I think it's neat to compare page to another page instead of digging trough whole domains. I just thought that I took a bad example with shitty low-volume results because it wasn't very competitive, here's how it looks like for a page of bigger domain: people at nike don't use keywords about bodybuilding and miss a lot of traffic.