Google Keyword Planner provide best organic keyword when you searching keyword for your content but you also try to look other keyword search tool to

SEMRush: is a great keyword tool for discovering competitors keywords campaigns in search engine marketing (SEM) and search engine optimization (SEO). You can discover from which keywords coming traffic to competitor website. It allow to find keywords which are pretty simple to reach first page ranked in google, allow to find high CPC keywords for adsense and low CPC keywords for adwords. You can get acces for their data from $69, not cheap but for sure worth this price, because will bring much higher profit.

SEMrush is a powerful and versatile competitive intelligence suite for online marketing, from SEO and PPC to social media and video advertising research.

Keywords – number of ranked keywords in google ranking
Traffic -estimated number of visitors coming from search engines
Cost – how much need to spend for get same number of visitors from PPC
Semrush Rank – Smaller number meaning better ranking ( like in google )

Features of SEMRush:

  • Your Competitors: How to identify your real search competitors, unlock keywords and access data to find their Achilles heel.
  • Keywords: SEMRush is one of (if not the) best Keyword Research tool on the market. Here’s how to unlock keywords that will make a real difference to your business.
  • Organic Rankings: See accurate rankings for even the the most remote areas of your competitors sites.
  • Link Building: Learn how to hack your competitors linking strategies & get more link juice flowing your way.
  • Advertising: Save time, money and effort by breaking into your competitors Ad campaigns and find out exactly what’s working for your money and the perfect times to strike.
  • Social Media: See the social media stats from your own pages & your competitors
  • Reporting Tools: Measure – and display – your progress in seconds.



Our friends over at Majestic SEO have a great tool for keyword research. They pull from their giant index to provide many metrics that you can’t find anywhere else.


While I mention competitive research, I need to mention Spyfu. With Spyfu you can do some serious damage to your competitors, as well as get a great overview of a keyword’s value.


WordTracker is a commercial application that offers a free tool on their front end. I will admit that this free tool looks like it is mostly intended for you to sign up for the not free version, but it still provides a quick and clean interface for fast analysis.


Ubersuggest has long been a favorite of many SEOs that need keyword suggestion data. I personally love this tool not only for keyword research, but also just to learn more about a topic. Some of my favorite queries to run on this tool is “How do I” or “What does a”.

Bing Webmaster Toolbox:

Bing has a whole collection of tools of their own, including keyword tools. The data will be taken from Bing itself, which means that you should be able to make relative assumptions about keyword popularity. because lets face it, Bing users aren’t that different than Google’s.

Keyword Discovery:

This is a cool little tool in that it presents it’s data set in a very large easy to read table. Though their could improve a bit on the UI with better color scheme.


This is another commercial option with a free front end. With this tool you can search for not only word variations, but also similar words, and spelling mistakes. It is designed mostly for PPC, but can still be useful for just getting your lists started.


KGen is a bit unique in that it is a browser plugin that analyzes the keywords found on a page. It may not be a substitute for Google keyword tool, but it is a great place to start when needing to understand which keywords need targeting.

Ninja Search Combination Tool:

With this great tool you can develop a giant list of different search queries. Then each query is linked to a Google query. It is great for developing strategies on the fly.

SEO Book Keyword Tools:

Aaron Wall has offered these tools on his site for quite a long time, and to be honest as time goes on, they continue to deliver!


wordpot is an interesting little tool in that somehow it is able to provide daily search volume. This data point isn’t often provided by tools vendors, so this could be useful when correlating various metrics.



Rishi Sanuj

Rishi Sanuj is a software developer and working as a Web Developer in USA based software company.

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