How to use SERPed's Long Tail Keywords Tool?
What is the Long Tail Keywords Tool?
This is a Keyword Research tool that can be used to discover hundreds, even thousands, of hidden, untapped long-tail keywords that you can rank for.
With Long Tail Keywords, you can search multiple databases such as Google, Bing, YouTube, Amazon, and eBay and find those untapped long-tail keywords that you can target to increase your visibility, and thereby increase the number of visitors to your website as well as your return on investment.
How to use the Long Tail Keywords Tool?
The Long Tail Keywords tool is located in the Keyword Research section, in the TOOLS menu.
Click on the blue + button located at the top right of the screen, which will open up the New Long Tail Search modal, where you can enter the keyword you want to search and select the database(s) and where applicable, the language that you want to run the search on.
Note that you can select more than one database as shown in the example below. For this article, we will be using the keyword "game setup".
The results for all searches will appear as part of your History search results. From here, you can click on the 3-dot icon next to each search result and you will be able to View or Delete the result. You can also see the number of long-tail keyword suggestions that have been suggested by our tool.
Once you click on the View button, or click on the keyword, you will be shown data for the keyword that you entered, as well as a list of suggested long-tail keywords. The data that you can see at a glance for each long-tail keyword are: average monthly search volume, mini volume trend graph, cost per click, estimated monthly traffic value, pay-per-click competition score, and the database source for the suggested long-tail keywords. The database source is especially useful if you are looking at and comparing results from mutiple databases.
You will also see next to the monthly search volume, either a green upward arrow or a red downward arrow. This arrow indicates whether the average monthly search volume for the last 6 months, in comparison to the previous 6 months, is increasing or decreasing.
You can drill down the results further by selecting one of the suggested long-tail keywords and clicking on the "A to Z Run" icon, as shown below. This will then run a Long Tail Keywords search on the selected long-tail keyword. You have the option to either add the additional results to the Current Project or to Create New Project. Note that each additional search uses up one credit.
If you select to add the additional results to the Current Project, then the additional results will be added to the initial report, with notes underneath any new results, indicating the long-tail keywords that are linked to that result.
If you want to see what the "Google Related Searches" for the long-tail keyword are, you can either click on the "G Analyze" icon, or the 3-dot icon on the right hand side of the specific result and select Related Searches.
This will show you what Google has as the 8 related searches for the long-tail keyword, as well as the average monthly search volume, cost per click, pay-per-click competition score and estimated monthly traffic value. You can click on the 3-dot icon at the top right of the results list, which will give you the option to export the list as either a CSV or TXT file.
Note that the "Google Related Searches" results are the 8 related searches that are displayed at the bottom of a Google search results page, as shown in the image below.
You can click on the 3-dot icon on the right hand side of each Google Related search, which will give you the following options:
Related Keyword Domains - This will run a search on NameCheap for related domain names that are available.
Long Tail Keywords Search - Run a Long Tail Keywords search on the term.
Alternatively you can check for available domains that are related to the long-tail keyword by clicking on the "Check" icon, which will also run a search on NameCheap.
To obtain more data, you can click on the 3-dot icon on the right hand side of each of the long-tail keyword results, and you will have to the following options:
Launch Keyword Analyzer - This will launch the Keyword Analyzer tool, which will show you the Top 10 pages in Google's organic results that rank for the long-tail 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. You can read more about the Keyword Analyzer tool here.
View Trends Graph - Here you can see the full-size version of the Trends Graph, showing you the average monthly search volume for the keyword, over the past 12 months. The graph can be downloaded as PNG, JPEG, PDF or SVG format.
You can also tick the box next to a specific long-tail keyword and this will give you the option to:
Send to Rank Tracker - This is part of our Rank Tracking tool suite, that allows you to track your Google, Bing and Yahoo rankings in the countries, cities and areas of your choice. You can read more about this tool here.
Mark As Important - This will add a star next to the result, making it stand out and easier to locate in the results list. You can remove the star at any time by clicking on it.
Add to Site - This will add the selected long-tail keywords to Site Manager. You can read more about Site Manager here.
Export To - The results can be exported to PDF, CSV, TXT, XLS or ODS format.
Lastly, if your search returns a large number of results, you can narrow down the list to only show those that are of interest to you by using our filter option. Simply select the "Filter" icon at the top right of the search result page, as shown in the screenshot below. This will open up a modal for you set the filter parameters such as, including or excluding specific words from the results or including or excluding results that have a certain number of average monthly search volume.
Updated on: 21/04/2022