Suggest a free keyword tool after Google keyword tool is no longer available
I am unable to add keyword planner and now I want to get a free keyword tool for keyword research, please suggest. I have used ubersuggest but it only gives you an idea of keywords instead of actual competition. So are there any other options?
I know the keyword tool is no longer available and I was pretty upset myself! I am sorry this isn't an answer because all I can offer is to use keyword planner. I am sorry you cannot add this - it doesn't seem to work as intuitively as the keyword tool, but it still works. Are you having a problem accessing it?
I know - it hard to figure out!!! When it asks you what to do, I choose second option (get search volume for keywords). I enter keywords in a list. Then I scroll down to "get search volume" button. Then I look for high search vol, low competition
Okay let me try it again as you tell, may be i am able to do that, would tell you then
Also, if you choose option 1 - search new keywords, then enter the word you want to use in product window, and press get ideas button, it will tell you alternative keyword phrases that might work better and their search volume and competition.
I am not sure as to whether or not you have tried these options but here is my list that I use for free and like. They are limited due to full functionality you must pay for them but the results that I get are fine with what I want to do.
Each site has their bonuses in my opinion. You are just going to have to check them out and play around with them till you get it going the way that you like.
I hope that this helps out.
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