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6 keyword research tools to help you dominate google search 2020

Refer to the term Keyword Research Tool for any blogger and most likely they will think of Google Keyword Planner.

It has Google on its name, so it should be good, right?

Leaving you out, that tool should be for Google Ads ad developers. Which I guide you in 1 more detailed articles.

This is the time 2020, if you still want to use Google Keyword Planner to find keywords and implement your SEO strategy, you have lost 50% of the keyword profit from users already.

In some markets, or more correctly a few industries, Google Keywords Planner or no longer holds a unique position on the keyword finder tool. The reason why must ask Google already.

The reason is really simple. Google wants revenue from advertisers, the less opportunity they have for SEOs. Just like that 🙂

In this post, I will look at 6 other keyword research tools. So wherever you are on your blog journey, you'll find a tool that's right for you.

Two methods of keyword research

The main goal of keyword research is to find keywords that you can rank in the SERPs; ie the top 10 search results for your term. Why?

Because if you are in the Top 10 search results for your target keyword, then you will have more chances to get relevant traffic to your site.

There are two keyword research methods used in the tools:

  • Traditional keyword research tools allow you to enter the keyword 'seeds' and then they return a number of keywords. From there you assess the difficulty level to rank for each proposal.
  • Competitor-based keyword research tools that use reverse engineering. They value the keywords your competitors have rated and rated if you can do better.

Assess keyword difficulty

Most keyword research tools now include a keyword difficulty rating. The idea behind this metric is to allow you to discover low competitive keywords that you can rank for.

When you examine the 6 keyword research tools below, you'll find that they return different points for our test keyword.

6 powerful keyword research tools

#1. Google Search Console

Why is it Google Search Console?

You see, this is Google's most powerful tool for Webmaster / Blogger. Google had to update from Webmaster to Google Search, on the other hand in addition to keyword analysis, it also to meet algorithms like Hummingbird or Penguin, the Google team had to update their tools to optimize, The most convenient for Webmaster.

With this research panel, I can see my website, which keywords I visit daily, and which Page. I can use them to continue doing Audit articles on the website to give out more keyword ideas.

Note that: Google Search Console is not a tool for researching and planning an SEO project. This is the Audit website entire tool, and improve your average ranking.

So if you are new, a newbie, which tool to learn? I will say below, is tool number 2 KWFinder

#2. KWFinder

KW Finder is a keyword research tool to find you hundreds of buying keywords with high search volume and low SEO difficulty.

It's really easy to use, with a user-friendly interface and most importantly with metrics to provide instant help for your SEO strategies.

Keyword Difficulty Index is the first indicator to check because it gives an early indication of whether or not you have a chance to rank for your keyword. Here is a keyword difficulty scale for KW Finder:

But it's important to remember that keyword difficulty is not the only factor and you should also consider other metrics.

Other features in KW Finder

There are three other features within KW Finder that deserve mention.

1. Manage keyword lists

Lists allow you to keep and categorize the data you find from your keyword research. You can check each offer you want to keep and add it to a new or existing list.

2. Enter your own keywords

You can enter your own keyword list into KW Finder in several different ways:

  • Write the keywords as separate tags
  • Upload your TXT or CSV file
  • Drag and drop your file

3. Export your results

You can also export your keywords from the Group Suggestions table or your keyword list. You have the option to export to a CSV file (with or without data) or copy to the clipboard.

#3. Ahrefs – The world's leading tool for SEO

Ahrefs is an all-in-one (or All in One) SEO platform that supports both keyword research and competitor-based research. Its foundation is in backlink analysis, but now it provides a complete set of SEO tools.

You start by entering your focus keyword (or main keyword) and choose which platform to generate keyword ideas:

At the top of the results screen is an Overview table with common metrics such as Keyword difficulty and Search Volume, plus advanced metrics such as Return rate, Number of times Clicks and Clicks / Search:

Keyword difficulty estimates how difficult it is to rank on the first page of search results for your given keyword, using the number of Backlinks that the current top search results have.

In our example, the rating is 4 and suggest, you will need backlinks from ~ 21 sites to rank in the top 10 for this keyword. Ahrefs is built around the SEO value of backlinks, so it's no surprise that their KD metrics should include this.

And it suggests that: “We estimate that evaluate need backlinks from ~ 5 websites to rank in top 10 for this keyword”.

Meaning you need to backlink from 5 websites to enter the top 10.

Search volume shows how many searches your target keyword receives each month in a given country (average over the past 12 months). Ahrefs calculates this metric by processing large amounts of click data.

The return rate is a relative value that illustrates how often people search for this keyword again. It does not display the exact number of returns on the network and is useful only when comparing keywords.

Clicks is the total number of clicks (organic and organic) on the search results that people perform each month while searching for that keyword. Some searches lead to clicks on many results, while others may not lead to any clicks at all. As Tim Soulo said:

" For example, people search a lot for Donal Trump's games, but they don't click on any results because they see the answer right away.

Clicks per search (or CPS) shows an average of how many search results people click after performing a search for this keyword.

Ahrefs estimates the potential for Traffic by viewing the organic search traffic of the current # 1 ranking results for that keyword.

Like we saw with other tools, keyword suggestions are divided into three groups:

  • Have the same term – Shows you all keywords that contain all terms of the target keywords in them (in any order).
  • Question – Shows you a list of keyword ideas that take place as a question.
  • Also rank for – Shows you all the keywords that the Top10 ranking pages for your target keyword also rank for.
  • Search suggestions – Shows you all suggested search queries via Autocomplete online when searching your target keyword.

You need to click the button View full report to see all keyword ideas. Here is an example about report 'Same terms' :

Along the top are various filters that you can use to narrow your choices. For example, only show keywords with a KD score of 0 to 40.

You may notice that some keyword ideas have a 'Get metric' button. This means that Ahrefs has cached data and you can access it right away.

With such a huge keyword database, you can wait for all results to load, so this option means you can access the data you want, when you want. It takes a few seconds to load the selected keyword data.

One thing we haven't seen is SERP data for keywords. If you press the button SERP of the keyword you want, you will see a drop down screen of the top 10 current results like this:

Research based on competitors

Ahrefs, like SEMrush, also offers you keyword research based on competitors through Tools. Site Explorer its .

Here you can enter competitors and find the keywords they are ranking for. Then you can find low competitive keywords by using filters.

Like we saw on Keyword Explorer, you can expand each line to see the full SERP analysis.

Other features of Ahrefs

  • Warning – Receive notifications about new and lost backlinks, web mentions, and rankings
  • Content Explorer – Discover the most popular content for any topic
  • Tracking rankings – Track your desktop and mobile rankings for any location
  • Backlink checker – Analyze the backlink profile and explore link opportunities
  • Link Intersect – Find websites that link to your competitors but not to you
  • The link checker is broken

Advantages of Ahrefs

  • Limited free trial
  • Reliable keyword difficulty index
  • Largest database of backlinks and keywords
  • Greater accuracy by processing large amounts of click data
  • Combining traditional and competitor-based keyword research methods


  • It's expensive, but actually I think Ahrefs is the best tool 🙂


Google Trends is a free tool that helps find keyword trends on Google. Using Google Trends, it is possible to observe whether keyword search volume is increasing or decreasing. In addition, they allow you to filter search popularity by geographic location, demographic attributes, topics, or related queries.

This tool will give you more insight on finding trendy keywords, and is therefore great for initial keyword research or brainstorming for content ideas.

However, for further keyword research, you might want to try some other keyword tools like in 1,2 and 3 I mentioned.

# 5. Google Suggest

Google Suggest is a full Autocomplete product that tries to fill in your searches as you type (via the Google suggestion box illustrated below). Do you realize the level of detail and long term nature of these suggestions? They were based on real searches through Google. Would it be great if we could get those keywords?

You pay attention to the section “Searches related to seo learning”

# 6 Keyword Everywhere

Keywords Everywhere is a freemium browser addon (available both for Chrome and Firefox) that has the following functionality

Free: You can see two gadgets on the right side of show you relevant keywords and People also search for keywords.

Pay: You can view monthly search volume, cost per click, and competing data for keywords across multiple sites like Google Analytics, Google Search Console, etc. Your keyword list. You can also get volume data for your own keywords by copying keywords directly from Excel into our Keyword Import tool and downloading them as Excel, CSV or PDF files. Below is the Demo image

You know any other tool for effective keyword research, please comment with me down the comment section

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