Is there a nice software out there that helps me to find nice keywords to use in my hubs?
Not only that, I have some hubs that I think have bad keywords. Is there a program that can show me the keywords most cliked regarding a particular word or theme?
There is a tool called Orwell I use it to find out the relevant keywords for my articles, and to adjust the keywords density of the articles. Though It will not help you fully, but it is worth trying.
Its called - wait for it - its called - A SEARCH ENGINE.
Oh my gooodness how - you might ask.
Well if your thinking of a topic put the topic (or your keyword) into a search engine.
Then - here comes the tricky part - look for the first entry that has /tag/ in it.
That means the best tag for your searched for keyword will be your first keyword, follow this through the pages until you have found several /tag/ and you will then have your keywords for that topic.
Easy when you think about it as it is keyword specific, don't you think.
Another slight trick that works everytime. That's why /tag/ is indexed.
Did you know that SEO Book Keyword Suggestion Tool is a tool using Wordtracker's API?
I would suggest Article Jockey, it works well for specific keywords.
I use googles tool simply because it's free and the source is straight from google themselves with more accurate and updated information then most other KW research tools
I have paid for and use a tool called Adwords Analyzer and have found that with googles free tool I really didn't need adwords analyzer, but I broke down and got it for my tool box simply because I like the power of it and the information I can pull out from it. I haven't needed anything else to be honest. Nothing I've seen has KW data as updated or fresh as googles own.
I've used a few other tools for this purpose and found the information I got for my own researching niches was simply outdated and while not useless.. I was miffed because the data was incorrect.
Example is you may be searching a niche in the weight loss industry and start marketing for long tail keyword "How to lose weight before my wedding" ...the information of search index for the month might be old data coming from several months ago. The reason is this can be a seasonal niche where summer and spring time the key word research is showing higher search numbers then in winter and fall months. That to me is not data I want. If I'm doing my research for now, I want something hot now... not something hot from 6 months ago. Savvy?
I want the fresh and most current data from last month or even currently what the index searches are for this week in fact. Ok now that I've rambled on like a mad man again I will leave you with my buck fifty on keyword here. Hope you find good use from it and again I will stress this fact.. Google's free tool is all anyone will ever need in my personal opinion.
That’s right. Google Keyword Tool Is very good for Google search engine.
A word of caution; some tools report back the searches to the owner.
You can use any of the tool google adwords, wordtarcker. Both are the best for finding relevant keywords. for more help you can use google insight . goolge insight helps you to find out that which keyword will become more popular in future.
i vote for Google Adwords too, because it is _free_of_charge_ And you can import data to .csv file. It is pretty good for beginners.
Marketers use more advanced keyword trackers such as Keyword County, but Adwords Tool is a good one as well.
I started using all the tools you pointed here! Thanks a lot for your help!
HubLove to you!
The Google keyword tool is amazing! It supplies you with so much data there is no way you can select the wrong keywords.
I, too use Google's tool also. Google's first page is where I want to be, so get the info straight from goog. My two cents.
Thanks all........the above links really helpful. It helps me much.
My favorite is Google Keyword tool.
But everything is not everything and everytime. Sometimes Google Keyword tool also cannot serve the purposes. So you need a change.
It is rather better to select your keyword tool according to the objective you want to achieve. Like what's hot now? What's the most profitable secondary keyword?
My tips from my own experiences is just jot down what you want to achieve and then take the help from google search - just play with the rest you will get what you want.
But I am not ready to accept anything as the final word.
Hi RA, spyfu is brilliant for getting the cpc on a keyword. Underneath they also have related keywords, from memory bottom right corner.
Spyfu is good to target a paying keyword, if the keyword does not pay then Spyfu returns no result nd thats a keyword not to focus on.
I have to go with the Google Keyword Tool as well.
The second runner up for me at least is the SEO Book Keyword Suggestion Tool.
And both are free.
Thank you everyone for the great information. New to Hubpages and never really understood keywording too well.
Good advise about the adword and search engine. Going to try them.
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