I’ve been using KWFinder for over a year and I can not believe I’ve shared that with you.
There is hands down the best keyword research tool out there! It’s one of those rare tools you’ll find that never closes in your browser. It’s fast, the interface is amazing and that’s what I use to get my keyword research on every blog post I’m writing on all my pages.
I did not use the Google Keyword Planner for long, and to be honest, I always hated it. If you are looking for a good keyword planner, look no further! Check out my rating in the depth KWFinder below.
KWFinder is a keyword research tool. The biggest selling point for me of tons of other bloggers and SEO’s is that it helps you to find long low-tails keywords for the competition and shows you the exact search volume.
Low competition keywords are the “secret” to a lot of bloggers success. They are typically long tail, more specific keywords / buyers. But since they are less frequently sought, there is less competition to arrange for them.
Introduce Difficulty Score
KWFinder helps you find low competition keywords and this by assigning every keyword a “Difficulty Score” between 0-100.
>> 0-9: Go for it
>> 10-19: Super easy
>> 20-29: Easy
>> 30-39: Not hard
>> 40-54: Possible
>> 55-74: Hard
>> 75-89: Super hard
>> 90-100: Don’t do it
Difficulty Score depending on the amount of authority your site, usually with less difficulty to keep keywords recommend score 50. If your site is new, it is probably better targeting keywords ranging from 1 to 30.
Here are the metrics KWFinder uses to determine the SEO Difficulty score:
>> Domain Authority
>> Page Authority
>> Moz Rank
>> Moz Trust
>> Number of backlinks
The simple search feature allows you to enter your keyword, a particular language, and even restrict your results in a country or a particular city.
The specific results of the location can be very useful if you want to increase the local search visitors to your website. Also, if you list a list of keywords, you can import it from a CSV file into KWFinder.
Here is an example of the results for the keyword "best keyword research tool".
Go to KWFinder Dashboard:
Put keyword and searched for keyword: best keyword research tool
If your search requires additional precision, you can use a "result filter" function that allows you to apply different filters to optimize the most relevant results. See the screenshot below.
Keyword List: After filtering and doing all process, you can download all of your keyword list.
I am Md Tangeer Mehedi (Anik), Professional Internet Marketer, Entrepreneur, and Blogger. I release resources, tips, and best practices for growing your online business. More About Me...
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