Friday, 4 May 2012

Best/Top/Popular Keyword search tools

Need to do some keyword research? Whether you're looking for just the right keywords to target in an article or site content, gauging what popular keyword searches are at any given moment, or getting a good idea of what future keyword searches might be, keyword search tools can help you accomplish all these goals and more. Here are the top five keyword search tools on the Web, as selected and reviewed by

1. Google Trends

Google Trends gives you a quick look at the Google searches that are getting the most traffic (updated hourly), see which topics have been searched for the most (or the least) over a period of time, check if specific keywords have appeared in Google News, investigate search patterns geographically, and much more. It's a keyword search tool with a myriad of different uses that help you gain a sense of how a particular keyword phrase might perform now in comparison to historical data.

2. Wordtracker

The free version of Wordtracker is a great way to take a quick look at whether or not a particular keyword or keyword phrase will be worth pursuing. Simply type in your keyword, and Wordtracker will return a general estimate of how many times that word or phrase is searched for every day; it will also show you related keywords and phrases. The free version of Wordtracker gives you twenty free keyword searches per day.

3. Trellian Keyword Discovery

Keyword Discovery compiles keyword search data from over 200 different search engines, therefore returning an impressively robust list of keywords and keyword phrases for whatever you might type in.

4. Google Insights

Google Insights for Search looks at search volume and metrics over specific geographical regions, time frames, and categories. You can use Google Insights to research seasonal trends, figure out who is searching for what where, follow search patterns, investigate competing sites/brands, and much more.

5. Google Adwords: Keyword Tool

The Google Adwords Keyword Tool gives you a list of keywords related to your original query, search volume, competition, and trends. You can also use this keyword search tool to estimate possible Web traffic, filter keywords based on a number of different inputs/outputs, and show ideas that are specifically tailored to your website.


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