6 BEST Keyword Research Tools for Bloggers (Free and Paid)

By | August 8, 2020

Starting a new Blog or Website and still don’t know how to find the best keywords about your niche??

Here I am going to discuss most used 6 BEST Keyword Research Tools for Bloggers (Free and Paid)

First of all, you should know what a “Keyword” is? So a word that occurs in a paragraph more often than we would expect to occur by chance alone is called a keyword.

Still amazed about the free keyword research tool?? Yeah!! I am too. Let’s have a discussion in detail to find out these eleven keyword research tools and how to use them too.

1. Moz Keyword Explorer (paid):

This keyword explorer tool is so far the first tool in our keyword research tool list.

Moz keyword explorer gives you the data about

  • Monthly Volume of a keyword
  • Difficulty Level of a Keyword
  • Organic CTR of a Keyword
  • The priority of a Keyword and much more.

Here is an example with the keyword “Moz”,

Moz Overview

2. Pinterest (#1 Free Recommendation):

You probably be shocked…”Say what!!”

Yeah, that’s right, Pinterest.

Admit it or not but according to the professional reviews, you can use Pinterest as a free keyword research tool.

Moreover, you can also use Pinterest to get new ideas for new content for your blog.

When you type a word into the search bar (i.e. “Latest tech”), Pinterest engine will automatically suggest you related keywords based on popular user searches on the platform.

Exapmle of pinterest keyword research
A screenshot shows the automated generated keywords by Pinterest.

After that, if you click on one of the related keywords that Pinterest has auto-generated for you (i.e. “Latest tech”), then it will suggest some additional keyword ideas too.

3. Ahrefs (#1 paid recommendation)

You probably have heard about “Ahrefs” before.

It is the best tool in the SEO world and it also gives almost accurate results.

Ahrefs could also be used for “Competitor Analysis”, “Link Exploring”, “Organic Traffic Measurements”, “Site Ranking” and many more other factors.

Ahrefs Overview

Ahrefs gives his Trial subscription for 7$ for one month only. Then you have to pay the regular amount of the subscription in order to keep using this tool.

4. Keywords Everywhere (Paid):

Keywords Everywhere is a free add-on for Google Chrome that gives a full analysis of cost per click (CPC), search volume, and competitive data of related keywords on multiple websites.

As an example, if you search the word “dog training” on Google.

Before you even hit the “enter” key, you can view search volume, CPC, and competition data for that particular keyword or phrase!

keyword ideas

After you once pressed the enter key on a search this is how you will look on screen:

Google Trends is the most commonly used keyword research tool used by beginners and newbies.

The best thing about google trends is that its all free to use and gives you the most accurate results.

The whole world uses google chrome browser and hence google collects the search volume and became helpful for bloggers and agencies.

Here is a screenshot of the google trends main page. You just have to log in with your Google account that you are using previously and start surfing the keyword word of google.

Google Trends

6. SEMRush

Semrush is one of my favorite tools and one that I have personally been using for a couple of years now!

As all of the tools mentioned already, SEMRush helps you…

  • Find related keywords
  • Find the right keywords that are appropriate for your target audience.
  • Get information on CPC and search volume

SEMrush also has some extra tools like,

  • Traffic Jet
  • Market Place
  • Impacthero
  • Agency Partners
  • Amazon Tools

Here’s an overview of the SEMrush tool.

SEMrush Tool

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