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Need some keyword finder tools

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by applemusic, Oct 6, 2016.

  1. applemusic

    applemusic Newbie

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    Hello guys , Please introduce a good tool to find keywords . Some tools like keyword planner ...
     
  2. Aiden_1

    Aiden_1 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    For simple keyword suggestion tool, I prefer Google trends. It shows the thrust of the particular keyword that you need.
    Hope it helps.:)
     
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    Free: Google Keyword Planner, keywordtool.io
    Premium: Longtail Pro, keywordrevealer
     
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    You can try
    • Semrush
    • KWfinder
    • Wordtracker
     
  5. Linkzo

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    I suggest Semrush and google keyword planner .
     
  6. Edward Eric

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    These are the tools which helpful for you:

    SEMrush
    Google Keyword planner
    Longtail PRO
    Buzzsumo
    google Trends
    KWFinder
    Moz keyword Difficulty Tool
    Ubersuggest
     
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    In my suggestion, you can try KWfinder and Google KW planner.
     
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    I like keywordfinder and Ubersuggest
     
  9. Trinity Smith

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    I suggest Google Keyword Finder, Keywordtool.io and Semrush, proven very helpful and free,
    gives qualified traffic and users.
     
  10. VijaySEO

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    I've had the best experiences with SEMRush and WordTracker
     
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    I have been using Keysearch.co. I have found it very helpful when finding keywords. I am wondering if anyone else use this site and what has your experience been. Thanks in advance.
     
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    Until September, I have been using Google keyword planner and longtail pro to for keyword research. They have been working great. But then Google Keyword planner changed to showing search volumes in ranges instead of the exact search volume.

    Now I use KWfinder and rankbrain.me which are very nice tools with free versions(Limited) and cheap options. I like rankbrain.me the most, but KWfinder is also great.
     
  13. kingwalker

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    I like a bit of keyword revealer i get a bit addicted to seeing how hard the comp is.
     
  14. VijaySEO

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    I like to use Wikipedia. For example, if you're researching "real estate" you can go to the Wikipedia page (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Real_estate) and then look at where that pages links for major keywords. Examples in this case are like apartment, condominium, cooperative, real estate broker, real estate finance, real estate listing. This way doesn't give you search volume or competitiveness, but you can find a lot of keyword ideas you wouldn't otherwise find on Google Keyword Planner.