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Keyword Research Tools
What is Keyword Analyzer and how to use it?
What is Keyword Analyzer? Keyword Analyzer is a keyword research tool that can: Help you find out who your top competitors are, what factors influence their Google rankings and what you need to do to outrank them. Help you find keywords you can rank for as well as keywords you should avoid. Provide you with a Keyword Difficulty Score, giving you an indication of how easy or hard it would be to rank for the analyzed keyword. Provide you with a variety of useful metrics for the a
How to Use Ultimate Research
What is Ultimate Research? Ultimate Research is a keyword research tool that can help you: Discover the least competitive, most profitable keywords in any industry; Find hidden ranking opportunities and high ROI keywords for search campaigns; Filter out keyword results based on search volume, cost per click, traffic value, pay-per-click competition and much more; Search for related domains, as well as relevant long-tail keywords; Estimate the number of monthly site visitors,
How to use What Ranks Where?
What is What Ranks Where? This is one of our most popular Keyword Research tools. With What Ranks Where, you will be able to discover new keyword and topic ideas, check your search engine rankings (or keyword positions) as well as discover the rankings of your competitors. In short, What Ranks Where analyzes Google’s Top 100 results (both organic and paid) and shows you what keywords or phrases any site ranks for. You can analyze your own sites, as well as your client sites, c
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. Ho
Why There is NO Search Volume For Certain Keywords
You may have noticed that when using our Keyword Research tools, Ultimate Research for example, you don't get any search volume data for certain keywords, which shows up as "N/A". This is because Google has restrictions in place preventing anyone from obtaining search volume data for these keywords whether directly through Google's Keyword Planner or through the Google Ads API. The reason for this can usually be found by checking [Google's Advertising Policies](https://support.google.com/ad
How to Use Keyword Clusters?
What is Keyword Clusters? As you may already know, SERPed allows you to find keyword ideas with the help of Keyword Research tools like Ultimate Research, which you can read more about here. Keyword Clusters allows you to group keywords by topic automatically, saving you hours of tedious work. How to Use Keyword Clusters? You can either generate keyword clusters from Ultimate Research or create clusters by
How to Use Keyword Lists?
How to Use Keyword Lists? You can use Keyword Lists to create your own lists of keywords, using keyword results obtained from Ultimate Research, What Ranks Where and Long Tail Keywords. To create a new keyword list or add a keyword to an existing list, simply open the Keyword Research tool of your choice, go to the search results and click the + icon next to the keyword that you want to add. A modal window will then open, allowing you to add the keyword to an existing list, or creat
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. Wh