Keyword Tool is a free keyword research tool that uses suggest APIs and gives you tens of thousands of long tail keywords with their search volume and CPC
How does Keyword Tool work?
Keyword Tool gets you tens of thousands of keywords using suggest APIs from Google, YouTube, Bing, and others. Along with these keywords, it also shows you the monthly search volume and the cost per click for them.
It generates long-tail keywords by sending a large number of variations of your seed keyword to the suggest APIs. These variations are created by prefixing and suffixing the seed keyword with all the letters in the alphabet and the numbers 1 to 9. Each API call returns suggested keywords, and by calling the API multiple times, it generates tens of thousands of long-tail keywords for you.
How do I find the best keywords for my business?
You only need a single seed keyword to start the process. You should search for this keyword in google.com and then scroll down to the bottom and copy all the “Related Keywords”. Now you can enter the seed keyword and the related keywords in Keyword Tool's search box.
Now, Keyword Tool will find all possible long-tail versions of these keywords and will sort them by the most search volume. The keywords are the top of this table are the most valuable, and by targeting them, you can get a lot of traffic to your website.
How do I use Keyword Tool for content creation?
The suggest APIs give you a list of keywords that people are searching for, related to your seed keyword. These are perfect keywords to be used in your content creation process.
Especially when armed with the monthly search volume, you can target specific keywords, along with their high volume long-tail versions and make sure you add them in your website copy.
How do I use Keyword Tool for SEO?
Typically when writing articles or creating landing pages, we focus on a single keyword with maybe a handful of synonyms or LSI related keywords. However, every single keyword has thousands of long-tail keywords that can often drive more traffic than the main keyword itself.
While optimizing the On-Page content, you can use Keyword Tool to find these long-tail variations and add them to content where applicable. This will make your content rank for all the long-tail variations and can drive additional traffic to the content even if it’s rank for the main keyword does not change.