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The Best Keyword Research Tools?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by gustavbl, Apr 1, 2015.

  1. gustavbl

    gustavbl Newbie

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    Hello

    Im interested in finding some low competition keywords.

    Before i get started i were wondering if there were any smart tools out there to help me find keywords?

    If any of you out there has any tool premium or free. Please post it! :D
     
  2. TheSEOWizard

    TheSEOWizard Power Member

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    Best free tool: Keyword planner .. will take time but will work good
    Best premium tool (one time subscription): Long tail pro
     
  3. derago21

    derago21 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I still have ultimate niche finder in my SEO arsenal.
    It is a very good tool for keyword research...
     
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    Hey,

    I use Keyword Planner, SEMRush, Ahrefs and Majestic. Basically, I use the SEO difficulty from SEMRush as a first indicator, and if I really want to know how hard a keyword is I simply check the backlinks of the top5 competitors.

    warm regards,
    neocortxx
     
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    SEMrush is the way to go. You can reverse engineer what the competition is ranking for as well. I've had great success using it in combination with the KW planner.

    I recently started using SECockpit which seems pretty cool so far.
     
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  7. gustavbl

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    Thank alot for the quick replies! I will try all these awesome tools!
    :)
     
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    I see no one mentioned keyword revealer, it's a web-based tool with 3 searches a day for free. It suggests good keywords with local and global monthly searches and also cpc. After you chose some keywords that fit you, go to SEMrush and double-check.
     
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    SEMrush and SEcockpit is all what is needed to find good keywords.
     
  12. ice41

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    I use this one, it's free and pretty good
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    http://keywordrevealer.com/
     
  13. accelerator_dd

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    I have tried almost every tool on the market, there are some tools that will make your life easier or automate parts of your research but the best way to both learn what works and find the easiest keywords to rank for is by doing some manual research.

    Once you understand the process fully, you can look at the tools available and see which one will ease your efforts the most.
     
  14. smartboyhere

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    I will suggest you market samurai or longtail pro..
     
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    Keyword Shitter is good one to generate google instant keywords.
     
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    How about scrapebox keywords scraper ?
     
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    I vote for LongTailPro! Love its keyword competitiveness!
     
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    Go with keyword planner tool or SEMrush
     
  20. KevinRB

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    if you want THOUSANDS of keywords use Keyword Planner then blast the results through Keyword Shitter you will generally find 50k-100k within hours :)