Discussion in 'Blogging/Autoblog/Content Generation' started by hanky_panky, Jul 15, 2012.
Thanks guys! I only knew about Google Adwords . Now keywords and will check other places .
I'm new member in the forum. I would like to share somethings about keyword research tools. I think google adwords is the best keyword research tools. It helps to find out what is your best keyword. and long trail pro is the another keyword research tools but it's so costly.
Very informative! Thank you!
Google Adword Keyword Planner tool is the best research tool.
Some of best keywords reseach tools I know are below:
- Google Keywords Planner
- LongTail Pro
- Market Samurai
I usually use Google Keywords Planner for my keyword research, nothing else
Great package tool is king.! ^^ (Google keywords tool + Google insights + Google Analytics + Google Websmaster)
You know, Google keyword research tool is updates now days. It is very beneficial tools.
I personally use Moz's Keyword explorer and SEMrush. here's a lit you might want to check out https://www.semrush.com/blog/5-best-keyword-research-tools-for-startups/
Likewise! @ nidesternway , I use Moz's Keyword explorer. You may also try, a Google AdWords Keyword Planner for for SEO & PPC keyword research.
My favorite three research resources that are keyword are HitTail , Ubersuggest, and Google AdWords. Thanks
With the change to range of KW for Google planner, I find that it is, at most useful to get ideas but not KW decision.
Long Tail Pro has been plagued with lots of support issues and the desktop version is literally useless now.
KWfinder and KW Revealer are paid options. So far my vote go to Wze as the best replacement for Google tool. Hope this helps.
yes i recommend you to use google keyword planner
My vote is for long tail pro.
Google Keyword tool is very effective
Now, Google KW tool do not really give you a number to work on. A range really is not so usefull.
I can agree with the most of the bloggers here that the best keyword searching tools are Google Keyword Planner (free of charge), SEMRUSH and Jaaxy (not free, but more sophisticated).
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