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Title: Which tools do you use for choosing keywords?
Post by: jerrysmith on 11-09-2016, 05:10:07
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   I would like to know that Which tools do you use for choosing keywords? tell me friends..
Title: Re: Which tools do you use for choosing keywords?
Post by: apwebsolutions on 11-09-2016, 07:23:49
I just use the Google Keywords planner. And before you ask, yes there are ways to see KW volume in there. All the other keyword tools get their data from Google anyway so I'd rather get my information straight from the horse's mouth.
Title: Re: Which tools do you use for choosing keywords?
Post by: Lund SEO on 11-09-2016, 14:29:15
I usually use Keyword planner, Moz keyword explorer and keywordtool.io, depending on what kind of data im looking for. :)
Title: Re: Which tools do you use for choosing keywords?
Post by: damponting44 on 11-09-2016, 22:39:36
Free Keyword Research Tools
1) Google Keyword Planner.
2) Google Trends.
3) Keyword Tool.io.
4) Term Explorer.
5) Moz's Keyword Difficulty Tool.
6) SEMrush.
7) Ahrefs.
8) Accuranker.
Title: Re: Which tools do you use for choosing keywords?
Post by: pablohunt2812 on 11-10-2016, 20:57:30
Free Keyword Tool With Multiple Sources:

Keyword research is a fundamental part of content marketing: It is an indispensable tool for developing a potent inbound marketing strategypamorama.net and improving SEO. Search engines favor compelling content, but you won’t generate much traffic if you don’t include the words and phrases people are most interested in and actively searching for. Because many of the available keyword research tools are confusing and counterintuitive, the process can be challenging and time-consuming.

The valuable insights offered by keyword research will inform your strategic process by identifying exactly what your customers want, need, and are concerned about. The demise of Google’s Keyword Tool, the most popular of its kind, has left marketers scrambling for alternatives. Viewed as an essential mechanism for conducting research on keyword phrases, it offered lots of useful information about popularity, competition, and phrase variations. It has been rebranded as Google AdWords Planner, which offers much less functionality and requires users to have an AdWords account in order to use it.

What to do?

The 10 Best Keyword Research Tools to Find the Right Keywords for SEO:

Here are ten keyword research tools that I’ve found to be good replacements for Google’s Keyword Tool. Check them out and see if they’re a fit for your keyword research routine:

1- Google Keyword Planner: Google Keyword tool is an official product from Google, which gives us a traffic estimation of our target Keywords and also help in finding more relevant and related Keywords for your niche. Few Important things to know:

You need to have a Google Adwords account to use Google Keyword Planner tool. It’s free, and you don’t need to spend any money to use this tool.

You can simply create an Adwords tool and start using it. You can also search for existing Google Adwords coupons to create one free account for yourself, and start using Keyword Planner tool.

This tool is created to target Adwords advertisers, but it still gives a great deal of information when it comes to finding the right keyword for your blog and articles.
Title: Re: Which tools do you use for choosing keywords?
Post by: Brucey on 11-10-2016, 21:11:22
I use these tools for keyword research:
- ahrefs
- keyword planner
- keywordtool.io
Title: Re: Which tools do you use for choosing keywords?
Post by: Rammadhur on 11-11-2016, 01:37:11
 1. Google keyword planner
 2. SEMrush
 3. Ahrefs

Title: Re: Which tools do you use for choosing keywords?
Post by: NamRay on 11-11-2016, 22:59:44
I use 3 this tools, hoping to help you.
- Ninja search combination tool
- SEMRush
- Keyword discovery
Title: Re: Which tools do you use for choosing keywords?
Post by: RH-Calvin on 11-22-2016, 09:24:14
Google keyword planner is the best free tool for high quality keyword research. They help to provide various keyword suggestions for your domain, and selecting the right keywords will help to rank your website higher in search results.
Title: Re: Which tools do you use for choosing keywords?
Post by: ravidubey on 11-23-2016, 03:47:18
Google AdWords Keyword Tool - The first step in choosing the right keywords is to understand what keywords consumers are searching and the requirement of each of those keywords. This data can be determined using the Google AdWords Keyword Tool.

Google Analytics - Another method of identifying potential keyword targets is to look at the phrases that are already producing organic traffic to a website.
Title: Re: Which tools do you use for choosing keywords?
Post by: samuelroy on 11-23-2016, 22:40:10
To choose keywords to the website through keywords planner tool.
Title: Re: Which tools do you use for choosing keywords?
Post by: CreativeDreamrz on 11-24-2016, 05:28:48
Top best keyword research tools are:
- Keyword Planner
- Long Tail
Title: Re: Which tools do you use for choosing keywords?
Post by: claysmithpc on 11-28-2016, 03:35:05
First I use keywordtool.io, grab all the keyword ideas, than paste them to Google keyword planner, see the competition and then choose a decent keyword. I also check manually with Moz toolbar the chance of me getting ranked for that keyword.