7 FREE Keyword Research Tools for SEO
So what I’m going to do in this blog post is show you how to get the most out the Free SEO tools that I talk about. Including how I personally use each of them. For example, one of the tools on the list is called Seed Keywords. This is one of those tools that a lot of people sleep on. But to me, it can be SUPER valuable. That is, if you know how to use it. And in the beginning of the video I show you how to use this free SEO tool the right way. It’s the same story for the other tools on my list, including Exploding Topics, The Google Search Console, and more. For each of the tools I’ll show you what each tool is. And what it does. But I’ll also give you tactical ways to squeeze the most value out of each one.
Tool #1. Google Search Console
Google Search Console will show you all the keywords that you’re ranking for that are driving the majority of your traffic. By creating your own headline or title tag that’s more appealing, as well as including the keyword, you’re more likely to get clicks.
Tool #2. Ubersuggest
Google Search Console has already showed you what keywords you’re getting traffic for. If you plug these keywords into Ubersuggest, it will show you all the long tail variations of those keywords. If you already rank for the headterms, it’s really easy to rank for the long tail terms.
Tool #3. Yoast SEO Plugin
This plugin will make your life so much easier if you run your website on WordPress. Yoast SEO Plugin will help you optimize your code, title tags, meta description and create a XML sitemap.
Tool #4. Websiteresponsivetest.com
Your site needs to be mobile compatible and putting your website into this tool will tell you, if your website is responsive and mobile friendly.
Tool #5. Google PageSpeed insights
More people use Google on their mobile devices than on their desktop computers. That’s why speed is so important. Google has an index just for mobile sites. So, you want to ensure that your website loads as fast as possible.
Tool #6. Keywords Everywhere
Keywords Everywhere plugin will show you how many people are searching for your terms and related keywords as you’re using Google. It’ll give you more keyword ideas, because you can see the search volume and how good some of these keywords are.
Tool #7. Google Trends
By creating a brand, you’re going to do better on Google. And Google Trends shows you how your brand is doing compared to other people. You want the bigger brand and Google Trends will show this.
Keyword research is a very comprehensive process, and you need all the help you can get. In today’s video, we will see how to find perfect keywords thanks to Google Search Console and Google Data Studio.