2 New Cool Keyword Research Tools Which Are Based on Google

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2 New Cool Keyword Research Tools Which Are Based on Google

It is always fun to discover new awesome tools and think “Why haven’t I thought about that myself?”. Last week I was lucky enough to come across two awesome keyword research tools that take advantage of data provided by Google.

Here are the tools:

1. Google Adwords Tool Result Visualization

Keyword Eye (first discovered me via the guest post submission to DailySEOTip) is an Google Adwords tool visualizer. For any word you type it generates a tag cloud where

  • The the phrase font size represents its search volume.
  • The phrase color represents its competition (red: high; orange: medium, green: low).

Additionally, once you hover over any term in the tag cloud, it shows you the actual search volume per month:

Keyword Spy

Clicking any term will add it to the right panel – that allows to download the final list as a text, Excel or CSV file (the panel is static, no matter how many queries you run within one session it will keep all your selected term):

Keyword Eye

The tool also has a 3D format (which I guess is more for fun as it is not really usable for the keyword research process, unlike the default 2D mode):

Keyword Eye 3D

Finally, the tool has a pretty interface for setting the research preferences:

  • Match type (broad, exact, phrase);
  • Country to target;
  • Number of results to return in the cloud;
  • Cloud order (random, by search volume, by competition)
  • Filters:
    • “Only shows words with [low/high/medium] competition”
    • “Only show words with search volume” [lower/higher than…]
    • “Remove keywords including…”

Keyword Eye Settings

2. Google Suggest Tool Result Expansion

Ubersuggest is a new tool that is no so much fun as the above one but which is nonetheless amazingly useful.

What it does is the following:

  • Query Google Suggest service with the term you provide;
  • Query Google Suggest with your term plus one of the
    letters of the alphabet, such as [yoga a], [yoga b] and so on.
  • Collect all the result provided saving you a long and tedious manual work.

For example, if you type [diabetes], you will see the following results expanded by letter:

Ubersuggest

… and this is just for letters [a] and [b] – you will see plenty of phrases for all the letters of the alphabet (these are just too many for me to be able o show the whole list on one screenshot).

You can then download the whole list as a txt file for further research and manipulation.

I found the tool an awesome help in keyword expanding – I’d love to hear your thoughts on my finds!

Ann Smarty

Ann Smarty

Brand amd Community Manager at Internet Marketing Ninjas
Ann Smarty is the blogger and community manager at Internet Marketing Ninjas. Ann's expertise in blogging and tools serve as a base for her writing,... Read Full Bio
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