Tips for keywords
Get related keywords and automatically group them by popular topics, user intent, keyword pattern, and more. Click a keyword to check the Google SERP or hover a keyword to check the stats.
Do you have a large list of keywords you have to pick from? Import your keyword list to quickly find search volume and competition and automatically grouping them by user intent, popular topics, patterns, and more.
See what is trending related to your company, product, or campaign. Enter any topic, name, industry, or keyword and find out keywords that have emerged on Google News recently with the given word. Click a keyword to check Google News article or hover a keyword to check Google News snippet.
Get the most popular keywords segmented by language, geographical targets, and specific search terms.
Get a list of keywords relevant to your website by entering domain or URL. Useful to understand a competitor’s keyword strategy as well.
Need more keyword ideas? Start exploring LSI (Latent Semantic Indexing) keywords and visualize related keywords for your business. Keyword brainstorming starts here!
Tips for filters
After getting your initial keyword suggestions, use the topic filter to only show keyword suggestions that are related to a specified topic. You can type any topic or choose one our AI has discovered among the keyword suggestions.
User intent is what the searcher is searching for when they type in a specific keyword. Filter the keyword suggestions that has the intents you care about, whether it is the "know", "buy", "do", and local" intent, or all of them.
Pattern is a short cut for your most prominent long tail keywords. To get started, after getting your keyword suggestions, select a pattern. The most common patterns in the suggested results are how, when, best, and cheap.
Include / Exclude
Include or exclude keywords where whole words match. To get started, after getting your keyword suggestions, use the include and exclude pattern filters.
Search Volume indicates how many people have searched with this phrase in the chosen location. The value is an average monthly search volume of the last 12 months of each keyword suggestion. If you see N/A in the search volume or Ads competition columns, it means that no data was available from Google for that keyword.
Keyword Score (Efficiency column) indicates which keywords are best to include in your SEO content. It is calculated based on search popularity and relative competition to maximize your ranking potential.
The title score shows you which keywords make the best titles. It is calculated based on search popularity and relative competition to maximize your ranking potential.
The relevance column shows a score from 0 to 100 of how semantically related each keyword is to your original search query. You can also change the relevance criteria by clicking the settings gear icon. When you set a new topic the relevance score is based on, the relevance score column in your keyword list will then reflect how close each keyword in the list is to that topic.
The relative amount of web sites already targeting and competing for each keyword on search engine result pages with the maximum value of 100. This score (Difficulty column) is computed by looking at Google search engine result pages, and it is an estimate based off of algorithms and AI.
The relative amount of Google Ads competition for each keyword with the maximum value of 100. It comes directly from Google Ads own data.
Cost Per Click
Average bids for the ad to be displayed at the top of the first page. It's based on Google Ads statistics for advertisers, and the value may differ depending on the location.
The number of words in a keyword.
Brainstorm & LSI Words
LSI Keywords are simply related words of a specific topic. The more you include, the more you are relevant to your topic. The more relevant your content, the better you'll rank on search engines in terms of relevance. Boost the topic relevance of content with Context Words, Theme Words, Trending Words, Broad Terms, Narrow Terms, Related Terms, Evocations, Synonyms Associations, Drived Terms, and usages.
Read related news articles and discover their connections and relationships. Gain insights on why LSI words are related to your query.
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