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How to find question ideas with SERPed?

What are questions ideas?

Question-related searches are a major part of the overall searches on search engines like Google, Yahoo and Bing. Therefore as part of our Keyword Research tools, in addition to keyword ideas, there is also a dedicated Questions feature that provide you with a list of questions ideas related to the keyword you input. This way you can make question ideas a part of your SEO strategy and even try and rank in the “People Also Ask” section of Google.

What is "People Also Ask"?

The "People Also Ask" is the section in Google's search results that answers questions related to the user's search query. Each answer that is provided by Google comes from a webpage, which could very well be yours.

How to find question ideas with SERPed?

The Questions feature is available in Ultimate Research, which is located in the Keyword Research section. To generate question ideas, open Ultimate Research and run a search. You can read more about how to use Ultimate Research here.

Then on the results page, click on the QUESTIONS tab and the system will then find question ideas from various sources, including but not limited to: Google, YouTube, Yahoo, Bing and Quora. The search can take a minute or so, so please be patient.

On the results page, you will then see a list of questions that relate to the keyword you input as well as several metrics including the search volume, mini search volume trends graph, cost per click, traffic value and pay-per-click competition. You can also see the source of each question.

Click on the three dots at the top right and you will have the option to export the results in the form of a PDF, TXT, CSV, XLS or ODS file.

Click on the three dots at right of each question idea, and just like with keyword results from Ultimate Research, you will have the option to:

Send that specific question keyword to Keyword Analyzer which will show you the Top 10 sites in Google's organic results that rank for the question keyword, as well as a variety of useful information such as Similarweb Rank, Moz Rank, Domain Authority, Page Authority and social metrics for these sites.
View Search Volume by Country for the question keyword so you can do a quick country comparison.
View Trends Graph which will show you the average monthly search volume for the question keyword, over the past 12 months.
Check for Related Keyword Domains which will run a search on Namecheap for related domain names that are available.
Send that specific question keyword to Long Tail Keywords so you can search for associated long-tail keywords in multiple databases such as Google, Bing, YouTube, Amazon and eBay.
Google Search, which will launch a broad search for the question keyword in Google search, based on your own Google settings.
Send the question keyword to Revenue Calculator, which you can use to calculate and estimate things like: number of monthly visitors, sales revenue and AdSense revenue for the question keyword.

Still not sure how to use this feature? Watch our tutorial video below:

Updated on: 21/04/2022

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