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Which is best Keyword analysis tool?

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by A.H. Sagar, Nov 28, 2016.

  1. A.H. Sagar

    A.H. Sagar Newbie

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    I have found lots of tools for keyword analysis, but which one is best, i m confused!
     
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    thetrustedzone Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    famous tools are , long tail pro , semrush ........
     
  3. devika45

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    Semrush is the best!!
     
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    You could also try Mondovo.com if you're looking for something that is affordable and it's just pay per report instead of monthly subscriptions.
     
  5. BackY

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    Semrush is SHIT in my opinion, at least for keyword research. Overpriced.. half of my keyword searches have no result, i get "not in our database" .... thank you, but Im not after popular keywords which everyone has already found.... i want long tail ones, new ones...
     
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    If based on accuracy, ahref , keysearch and keyword revealer is the best. If based on features and pricing, I would suggest keysearch.co as I recently did a case studies of keyword accuracy between different keyword tool ( long tail platinum vs keysearch vs keyword revealer vs kwfinder)

    I am not sure I can post it here, so if you interested, you can follow my signature and click on my sales image and go to my website blog section. Or you can pm me for the link.
     
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    gh0stxvx Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Did you check that guide Nargil linked to in your post? Really helpful for keyword research.

    Okay so I use a combination of:
    Semrush
    Ahrefs
    Longtailpro
    Keywords Everywhere chrome plugin
    Serpworx plugin

    Access a lot of the tools from SEO Group Buy or Fiverr if you need to. I'll give you a quick example using a saturated niche:

    Pop Electric Shaver into Semrush (plenty of trials for each tool available). Click the related keywords report. Export it.
    Try the same with Longtailpro. Export results with over 200 searches a month and 30 or under competition.
    Keywords Everywhere will give you search numbers each time you type a keyword into Google, just a really handy way to see some rough figures. It's also free.
    Serpworx lets you analyse each site in detail, it's actually my favourite when combined with Ahrefs. These are the two I have a subscription to. This is the important factor - working out if you can rank for the sites. Serpworx pulls metrics from all the tools except for Ahrefs unless you have a subscription for that too.
    Ahrefs gives you the largest backlink results which is why I chose that would be where I spend my money but I could probably go without still for now.

    Longtailpro was where I started but actually not that necessary. An easy place to start but there are other ways to find longtails. If you see what keywords your competitors are ranking for and check the metrics of each one yourself it's not that vital. I got mine from Fiverr though so cheap enough and one of the easiest to understand with keyword difficulty.

    Just remember, Google doesn't care about these metrics AT ALL. They're just an easy way for you to have an idea before going in-depth into analysing your competition. I'm also not that experienced compared to others on the forum but hopefully this helps you a bit. If your budget is really small just subscribe to Serpworx and use trials for the rest I guess.
     
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    I really like a new Keyword analyzer 2.0 from ahrefs
     
  9. Cshark

    Cshark Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Ahrefs followed by keywordsearch.co. That's my packing order.
     
  10. Ablehost

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    I been mostly using keywordsearch.co to get the sort of keywords that I need. So far it's been working, so I haven't had a reason to use another tool.
     
  11. seo dean

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    Best keyword analysis tool, My suggestion is Aherfs and Semrush.
     
  12. JamesBlake

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    SERPwoo is the greatest of all time.
     
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