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Best Keyword Research Tool-2019 [Updated]

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Keyword research is the soul of traffic generation. For a good amount of traffic for your website requires both hard and smart work in keyword research. There are various keyword research tools available in global market. Some are free while some are paid. Paid tools show better performance win less effort rather than the free one. But The Blog Insight has a list of Free Keyword Research Tools which can give you results like the paid ones.

1.Keyword Everywhere for Chrome

I strongly recommend this tool for keyword research. It is simple, free, fast and easy to use. This lightweight tool can be used directly from your chrome browser. Whenever you try to search something on google, this tool will automatically provide you additional information about that keyword and will also show you related suggestions along with their rankings,cpc and other related statistics. You can install this plugin directly from your chrome store.

keyword everywhere

2.Soolve (free)

If you have multiple channels you wish to do keyword research for and want to sound like an idiot explaining the pronunciation of this tool to your watercooler buddies, then Soovle is a perfect fit.

Soovle allows you to explore the most typed in keywords on multiple search engines based on the keyword root you give it. It even includes Amazon and eBay.

Not only is it a great keyword research tool to use, but it’s also a great brainstormer as you can slowly start typing in your ideas and allow it to auto-generate its own ideas.

I would’ve never thought to call a bounce house an inflatable castle, but now I do 🙂

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3. Ubersuggest (free)

Meet the keyword research tool on steroids, Ubersuggest.

Ubersuggest takes any keyword you give it and immediately gives you an almost unlimited list of alphabetized and numerical keyword variations of your original keyword.

You can even take it further by adding “bounce house ab, ac, ad” to uncover more keywords that you could potentially bid on or use for SEO purposes.

Ubersuggest

4.Google Keyword Planner

The Google Keyword Planner is sometimes regarded as the alpha and omega of keyword research tools. You must have an AdWords account to access it, and that doesn’t mean you have to pay anything to use it, it’s still free.

The Google Keyword Planner will show you some pretty neat stats like average monthly searches, competition level (high, medium, or low), the average cost per click, and more.

It doesn’t give you exact keyword suggestions but it actually takes it a step further and suggests more synonyms and variations than many other tools available.

Is it accurate? Sort of. I always tell people to take the suggested keyword stats with a grain of salt.

Here’s how to find it. Log in in to your Google Ads account and go to the Tools and Analysis tab:

find-google-keyword-planner

Here are some of the keyword results:

google-keyword-planner-suggestions

5. Competitor Source Code (free)

This might not be the best and most fruitful keyword research tool but it allows you to see what meta keywords your competitors could be using to try to rank organically.

Since I use Google Chrome as my browser, it’s super simple to right-click on a site and select “View Page Source.”

After that, all you have to do is locate the keywords and read what they’ve got. That’s it!

Two caveats for this method:

  • Your competitors might not be using the best keywords
  • Your competitors might not have meta keywords enabled (since Google doesn’t include meta keyword data in its search algorithm anymore). 

 

6. Google Ads Display Planner (free)

Google Ads’ Display Planner tool isn’t solely a keyword tool, but it does offer a great deal of functionality that could be invaluable to marketers of all stripes.

adwords-planner

The Display Planner tool replaced the YouTube Keyword Tool in 2014, and can be accessed from the Tools section of your Google Ads account. Although it’s a little more involved than entering a keyword into the YouTube Keyword Tool, the Display Planner offers some great functionality for making the most of Display campaigns, including keyword-driven video ad campaigns on YouTube. The Display Planner also offers precious insights into the demographics and interests of your audiences, allowing you to create highly tailored Display campaigns.

Ok, I hope this is enough for your purpose. If you have any suggestion or query please comment us. We appreciate your valuable support. Thank You.

 

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