Google Keyword Tool
Google Keyword Tool is a free online tool that helps you find relevant keywords for your website, content, or ads. It uses Google’s autocomplete feature to generate hundreds of long-tail keywords for any topic. You can also use it to see the estimated search volume, competition, and cost-per-click for each keyword. Google Keyword Tool has two versions: a free version and a paid version called Keyword Tool Pro.
The paid version offers more features and keywords than the free version. Google Keyword Tool is useful for SEO, PPC, content creation, and marketing purposes. You can access Google Keyword Tool by visiting [this website] or by using Google Ads Keyword Planner.
How do I use Google Keyword Tool?
To use the Google Keyword Tool, you need to follow these steps:
- First, you need to set up a Google Ads account if you don’t have one already. You can do this by visiting [this website] and following the prompts. You don’t have to run an active campaign to use the Keyword Planner, but you do need to enter some information about your business and your billing details.
- Next, you need to access Google Keyword Planner by logging in to your Google Ads account and clicking on the wrench icon in the toolbar at the top of the page. Then, choose “Keyword Planner” from the menu.
- Once you open Keyword Planner, you have two options: “Discover new keywords” and “Get search volume and forecasts”. You can use either of these tools to find relevant keywords for your website, content, or ads.
- If you choose “Discover new keywords“, you can enter products or services related to your business or a website or category that describes your business. Google will then generate hundreds of keyword ideas for you, along with their estimated monthly searches, competition level, and cost-per-click. You can also use filters and refine keywords to narrow down your results and find the best keywords for your goals.
- If you choose “Get search volume and forecasts“, you can enter or upload a list of keywords that you already have. Google will then show you how many clicks, impressions, conversions, and costs you can expect from those keywords based on your budget and bid settings. You can also see historical metrics and trends for those keywords to help you plan your campaigns.
Finally, you can choose a keyword or a group of keywords that you want to use for your website, content, or ads. You can download your keyword plan as a CSV File or create a campaign based on your plan directly from the Keyword Planner.
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