6 Free Keyword Research Tools for SEO (and How to Use Them)
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6 Free Keyword Research Tools for SEO (and How to Use Them)

Today, we’re looking at the best free keyword
research tools and how to use them to power your keyword research. And before I forget, we’re giving away free
Ahrefs accounts to not one….but three of our subscribers. Stay tuned. [music] What’s up SEOs. Sam Oh here with Ahrefs, the SEO tool that
helps you grow your search traffic, research your competitors, and dominate your niche. Now, there are certain stigmas around the
word “free?” And to a certain extent, they’re true. With free keyword research tools, you may
not get the “top-notch” features that come with premium tools, but you can get quite
a bit of value when using the tools together and correctly. So today, I’m going to show you how each
of these keyword research tools work and then I’ll show you how you can use them in tandem
for a solid keyword research process that won’t cost you a penny. Make sure to watch this whole video, so you
can get the full deets on the contest and seeing some parts in the video can increase
your chances of winning. You’ll see. Let’s dive in. The first tool is Google Correlate. Google correlate finds queries with a similar
pattern to a target data series. So if I type in “lose weight,” then you
can see that people are also interested in exercises, fattening, they want to lose specifically
20 lbs, build muscle, lose belly fat, and the list goes on. So the main pro with Google Correlate is that
you can find subtopics, which will help you maximize coverage on the topic and possibly
get more organic keyword rankings. Plus, you can find hidden gems in here since
the results are relational and not necessarily bound by phrase match or keyword matching
like many premium tools do. The two major cons of this tool is that there
are no search metrics that accompany these keywords. And second, you’ll often find keywords that
apparently have a high correlation like this one, but make absolutely no sense. Next is Keyword Shitter. This tool mines Google auto suggest keywords
based on a seed keyword. So if I type in “lose weight,” then it’ll
start mining data. The main pro of this tool is that you can
generate thousands of related and long tail keywords. They also have nice positive and negative
filters you can use to narrow down your list. For example, if I wanted to find modifier
keywords, then I could enter in best, top, and 2018, which narrows down our results quite nicely. There are a couple major cons to this tool. First, it can take quite a long time to find
keywords that are actually meaningful. And the very obvious con is that there are
no search metrics which can take a while to batch process in another tool. But this can be solved with the next keyword
research tool and that’s Keywords Everywhere. Keywords Everywhere is a Google Chrome browser
extension that adds an inline view of search metrics on popular websites. You’ll need to install the extension, sign
up for a free account, and then enter your API key into the settings. Now, when you go to any of these sites, you’ll
get instant keyword metrics. So if I go to Google search and type in a
keyword phrase, then you’ll see the various metrics right beside your target search query
as well as the auto suggestions. You’ll also see related keywords and other
keywords that people search for on the right side of the search results page. The obvious pro is that you get all of the
search metrics for free considering Google Keyword Planner started restricting that data
from users who aren’t advertising on Adwords. So that is awesome! But there is one very serious issue. As far as I know, they source their data through
Google Keyword Planner alone. The thing is that Keyword Planner uses “buckets”
to group keywords. Russ Jones gave a good example of this in
one of his blog posts. He said: “When a keyword returns a traffic volume
of 201,000, it isn’t because the keyword was actually visited that many times, but just
that it was closer to 201,000 than the next biggest bucket of 246,000.” Let me show you an example. If you look at the keyword results for “chicken
soup ingredients”, you’ll see that it has a search volume of 2,900. And if you look at the singular form of this,
“chicken soup ingredient,” you’ll see that it returns the exact same result, when
you and I both know that that isn’t true. Now, compare that with Ahrefs’ toolbar which
shows you that the plural has around 1,000 monthly searches, while the singular has only
10 monthly searches. So that’s a major con in my books since
we won’t know if we can fully trust the data that we’re getting. But in all fairness, even as an Adwords user,
you would see similar results. The next tool is search engine auto suggest. And no, I’m not talking about Google. There are numerous other search engines that
you and I use every single day like Amazon, Pinterest, YouTube and the list goes on. So if you’re in a niche business like making
homemade cards, then you might head over to Etsy and type in something like “cards.” And as the autosuggest populates, you can
see all sorts of great keyword ideas like cards box with nearly 15,000 monthly searches,
cards for boyfriend with 2,900 monthly searches and so on. But remember, these search volumes beside
the keyword are based on Google searches, and not Etsy or whatever website you’re looking at. Suggestions from niche sites like this will
likely produce better results than just using Google where the keyword “cards” can also
be related to a game, bakeries or even finance like credit cards. The next tool is Google Trends and this is
one of my favorite tools. Using Trends, you can see the past and present
popularity of a keyword or topic. For example, if I search for “selfie stick,”
you’ll see that the trend seems pretty stable over the past 12 months. And Keywords Everywhere shows that it has
a monthly search volume of over 200,000 monthly searches! But is that really so? Remember, search volumes from Google Keyword
Planner are rounded annual averages based on those buckets of keywords. So, if we change the Trends view to the past
5 years, you’ll see that they were incredibly popular for about half a year in 2015. And then it spiked again, and again, and again. But as each spike happened, you’ll see that
they were related to seasonality since most happened around Christmas time. But after each spike, the
popularity continued to decrease. And if you look at the search query in Keywords
Explorer tool, you’ll see that it has a monthly search volume of 54,000 searches,
and you can see the same trend in search volume as it continues to decline. What’s even crazier is that if you scroll
down to the SERP overview, you’ll see that the top pages only get around 7,000 visitors
from organic search, which is around 13% of the search volume. So a solid pro to Google Trends is that you
can do market research on a niche, product, or topic and get an understanding if it’s
worth your time and effort to pursue. A con is that since Google Trends is based
on popularity among all keywords and all topics, you won’t really know anything about search
volume or how much organic traffic this term can generate for you. In my opinion, this tool is indispensable,
so use trend data to get an understanding of whether your keywords and topics are worth
targeting over the long haul. But you’ll would need to pair it with a
keyword research tool that provides accurate metrics to get a full scope. And the final tool is a fan favorite. And that’s Answer the Public. Just type in a seed keyword, run the search,
and you’ll see that it has hundreds of questions, prepositions, comparisons, and more. If we go to the questions section, and switch
to the data view, you can see the search volumes since we have the Keywords
Everywhere extension installed. So a solid pro is that you can find some nice
long-tail keyword phrases here. And it’s a great way to get keyword ideas
if you wanted to create an FAQ section on your site to get traffic from potentially
low competition keywords. As for cons, the data is actually quite limited. You might think that 170 or
so questions seems like a lot. But compare that to Ahrefs questions keywords report. We found over 93,000 questions for the same
seed keyword and have some awesome filters that you can pair them with. For example, we can set this to a maximum
keyword difficulty score of zero and show only keywords that have at
least 50 searches per month. And now we’re down to a little bit more
queries than Answer the Public tool showed. But we know that these are easy to rank for
keywords in the ultra competitive weight loss nice. Now, when you’re doing keyword research,
you don’t need to use all of these tools. So, let me show you a simple workflow you can follow. For our example, let’s say that I sell homemade cards. With Keywords Everywhere extension installed,
I’ll go to Google and search for my topic. And if you look to the right for “people
also search for”, you can see that a better keyword phrase might be “handmade
cards,” since the search volume is higher and the meaning is pretty much the same, right? From here, you can look for a common theme
in Google’s search results to understand search intent. And it looks like people searching for this
are mostly looking for handmade card ideas. So I might create my own list
post of handmade card ideas. Next, go to Google trends and type in the
keyword phrase so you know that the topic isn’t or hasn’t faded completely. And I’ll set the date to the past 5 years
to get a better representation of the topic over time. It looks a little volatile, but this is likely
due to seasonality since the big spikes normally come around Christmas and Valentines day. So the idea seems good so far, so I’ll go
to Answer the Public and type in my topic idea. And it doesn’t look like there are any questions,
but there are 60 or so prepositions. So I’ll click “data” for the list view
and we can see search volumes and CPC data because of the Keywords Everywhere extension. Here, you can see “for boyfriend,” “for
teachers,” and “for birthday” seem to all get searches every month. So an idea that comes to mind is that we can
create a post of handmade card ideas with different sections like “for your boyfriend”
or “for your girlfriend”, or “for birthdays” so people can quickly filter through the section
that they want to read through. From here, I’d probably write up my post,
do some further on-page SEO, and promote the heck out of it. Seems pretty solid, right? But there are a few big problems
and questions left unanswered. #1. The idea seems great, but we don’t know
if Google wants to see one page or numerous pages on these topics. Meaning, we don’t know if they’re 100%
related to a searcher’s intent. #2. We don’t know what it will take to rank
high for our target keyword or whether we can rank at all. And 3: We don’t know whether people will
actually click through to the pages on the search engine results page, right. And if people don’t click, then you don’t get any traffic. The tools lack depth and having multiple pieces
to a crazy puzzle like keyword research makes it challenging to assemble the pieces together. Now, I know this is a video about free keyword
tools, but that also means I need to show you the downsides compared to paid tools like
Keywords Explorer. If I type in a seed keyword like handmade
cards, you can see a more recent search volume because we use Clickstream to update and refine
our search volume data every single week. Plus you’ll see the trend data right below. Another big part is that we show the number
of clicks that actually happen on the search results page broken down by the percentage
of clicks that go to paid vs. organic results. And if we scroll down to the top 10 SERP overview,
you can see all of the top ranking pages and how much organic traffic that they get each month. If you look at the “top keyword” column
for this search query, you can see that the ranking pages seem to rank for very different
keywords, which tells me that the search intent for something like this may be somewhat unclear. Scrolling up a bit, you can see the SERP history
graph which shows that this term is actually highly volatile, which further proves that
search intent for this keyword is unclear. The results are jumping in and out of the
top 10, so it may be an indication that Google doesn’t quite know which pages best serve
the intention of the searchers. So we could have potentially targeted a topic
where it would be difficult to predict whether we could rank and actually retain the spot. If we modify the search a bit and go as generic
as writing “cards” in our search, then we can head on over to the phrase match report
to find awesome keyword ideas fast. But as expected, you’ll see a lot of irrelevant
topics like cards against humanity, business cards, and house of cards. We can laser in on relevant topics by using
the “include” feature and type in handmade, homemade, and other spelling
variations separated by commas. Then I’ll click on this dropdown to show
any of these keywords. And right away, you can see a bunch of good stuff here. The cool thing is that you can see that the
word, “handmade,” isn’t always the most frequently searched keyword. Now this, would be a solid list of a keyword
ideas that should fill up your content schedule for months or maybe even years. So while all of these free keyword research
tools are great for quick overviews and tasks, they tend to lack a lot of features that give
you the full scope on a topic or keyword. When you’re just starting out, free keyword
research tools are fine to use. But as your website and business grow, you’re
disadvantaging yourself because there are just so many more things you
can do with premium tools. So in the theme of free keyword research tools,
we want to give away Ahrefs standard accounts to three of our awesome subscribers for 30 days. In addition to Keywords Explorer, you’ll
have access to all of our tools like our backlink checker, Content Explorer, Site Audit, and more. It’s dead simple to enter. First, subscribe to our YouTube channel and
like this video. Second, leave a comment and tell us which
feature in Ahrefs’ Keywords Explorer you love or would love to use the most. You’ve already seen some of the awesome
features in this video, but if you really want to dig deeper into Keywords Explorer,
then I’ll leave a link to our Keyword Research series where you can really see the power
of all of the features in action. And we’ll announce the winners next Monday
so keep your eyes peeled and hopefully, you’ll see your name there. I’ll leave more details about the contest
in the pinned comment. So grinding away, get results, and I’ll
see you in the next tutorial.


  • Ahrefs

    Hey marketers! Here are the full contest details.

    We will be giving away Ahrefsโ€™ Standard Accounts to 3 of our awesome subscribers for 30 days ($179 value per account).

    1. Subscribe to our channel and like this video.
    2. Leave a comment and tell us which feature in Ahrefsโ€™ Keywords Explorer you love or would love to use the most.

    If you want to dig deep into Keywords Explorer, we have a very thorough guide on how to do keyword research here (plus some of the other tools): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3zLBu_NfOaQ&index=2&list=PLvJ_dXFSpd2vX2RVxjEjBmYoeX6LmJFGP

    We will stop taking entries on Sunday, August 5, 2018 and will select 3 winners on Monday, August 6, 2018 and reply to their comment with details to claim their prize.

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    Rules and Restrictions:
    1. If you are already an Ahrefs customer and are selected as one of the winners, we will extend your Ahrefs account by one month.
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    3. Winners will have 30 days to claim their prize from the time we announce it under your YouTube comment. Unclaimed prizes will be forfeited.
    4. All prizes must be accepted as awarded, are non-transferable, non-exchangeable and have no cash value.

    Good luck to all!

  • Osher Ezra

    As Always keep it rolling great stuff ๐Ÿ™‚ so much to choose from, but I guess the keyword Explorer with all the filtering goodies, cheers

  • Akash CrackberrY

    Hey Sam! Thanks for considering my request about google correlate as you had replied.
    Also, my favourite feature of the keywords explorer is the number of clicks data, because knowing the number of clicks for a particular keyword can sort your life out as you may then know what amount of traffic to expect and if it is even worth targeting (as it takes a lot of time and effort to create content around a keyword and then do Off-page for that content).
    I also love the phrase match filter I think it's amazing. With so many features I never feel the need to go to any other tool. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Mohammad Abid

    who needs a college degree when you can learn a lot more here on youtube… ๐Ÿ˜‰ I am a college dropout running my own SEO Agency… First, I was very confused like "dropping out was a good decision or not???" but literally now I'm satisfied with what I'm doing… I've got 4 applications last month from MBA graduates for a Content writing Job… lol and now I wish I could go back in the time and instead of wasting time in college focus on building my business ๐Ÿ˜€

  • Marty McLeod

    โ˜… Hey Sam! ๐Ÿ™‚ โ˜… Great stuff as always.

    It's tough starting out with an affilaite site and the Keyword Difficulty (KD) feature in AHRefs Keyword Explorer is very helpful in filtering out the keywords that are simply too hard to compete in. It's a great feature and I love it.

    I regularly recommend AHRefs to others especially beginners who are trying to make their way for the first time in SEO & content. I set it to 10 or 5 and below to really help me find "low hanging fruit" keywords I can take and dig in with for good content.

    I hit my first milestone in earnings thanks partly to using AHRefs data I got. I get a comprehensive list and new ideas from it too! (I also lean heavily on the Exclude and Include boxes).


  • MrQuestionAnswers

    I like the setting features in keyword ideas and then filtering them accordingly. Finding the low competitive long tables in a competitive niches is a good technique. I liked this post.

  • Jared Anwyl

    Would love to use many of the features to minimize the amount of keywords that are returned, IE. above 10 keywords, then article for kd of 2, kd of 3, kd of 4 (2 articles for each kd) and start with low kd to higher so that as domain authority raises having low kd is not as important.

  • Nayab Siddique Shaik

    Great video Sam.
    In Ahrefs Keyword Explorer, I would love to use SERP Overview & SERP Position History.
    SERP Overview actually reveals the original organic traffic, top keyword and the number of organic keywords that the results on first page are ranking for.
    Whereas, SERP Position History reveals if the Google is satisfied with the current articles that are on the first page. This let us know if the keyword is worth targeting or not.

  • Cummings Family

    The SERP analysis is by-far my favorite feature of Keywords Explorer, in particular the quick access to the top ranking backlink data.

  • Tech4 Utube

    I love the phrase match option ๐Ÿ˜ It helps me to get some LSI ๐Ÿ˜‰

    I love ahrefs all features and videos ๐Ÿ˜Š It is really a helpful tool ๐Ÿ˜Ž

  • Jack Dom

    Sam awesome video as always and this time we have a chance to get FREE Ahrefs access for 30days WOW this Awesome. hoping to win ๐Ÿ™‚ Good Day SAM

  • Aashequl Islam

    After watching this videos I've updated my Ahrefs chrome extension, Now I m getting two separate results for PAGE & ROOT DOMAIN matrix. I m so confused.

    screenshot link: 1st reply in this comment

    Anyway, I m currently using Ahrefs free subscription and got that account form Ahrefs Blogging for Business campaign.

    I love mostly everything in Ahrefs but The Keywords explorer is awesome. although i m using as a free subscriber; but that explorer is diamond mine for me. <3

    Content explorer is another powerful tool I've ever used! its helped me find topical content in social media.

    Another tool is Alerts, this is an outstanding tool. I m getting every single scoop to promote my site, Its mailing me when posting something on the internet in my targeted keywords.

    …and Sam,
    you guys doing outstanding work for SEO. I m following your every seo tutorial & learn lots of things every day. thank you very much for your help. <3

  • Elias Arosemena

    I love Keywords Explorer. My favorite feature in Keywords Explorer would be KD and Phrase match. I always find relevant content ideas using both features.

  • Illia Termeno

    Keyword difficulty and domain rating are my favourite metrics. Give an instant look on your chances to climb into top 10.

  • Deyan Simeonov

    There are many materials for SEO and marketing on the Internet, but almost all of them are crafted using the same framework aimed towards keeping the visitors on the webpage and converting them into customers (people in this niche know what I'm talking about). I like Ahrefs and the materials on the Youtube channel, as well as, in the blog because the first goal is to help 100% of the people and after this comes the content framework. I really enjoy to watch and read the videos and the materials on one of my monitors, while on the other I try the different steps presented in them.

    I like and use the Keyword explorer a lot, mostly for the keywords difficulty. It is based on the backlink on the backlink profile and it provides me with the very valuable and practical information about how many links should it take to rank myself for a certain word on the first page.

    Guys, you are great really! Keep the awesome working coming!

    I want to challenge you, though! There are several topics that I've searched a lot of info on, but it is never enough or it simply very poorly presented. Here are some of them, I would be really glad to see any of them on your blog in the future:

    1. How to outrank Amazan, Wallmart and the other giants
    2. Link building, but specifically for product page
    3. Goal tracking, Roi, Revenue – here the most interesting one will be for Call tracking step-by-step(Analytics), but the other Goals and KPI also

    Cheers for your awesome work once again,
    Stay tune!

  • Prosenjit Dey

    Hey Sam,
    Good thing is that you have clearly taught us how easily we can use Ahrefs to find better keywords ideas. Even you give us keywords that help us to create blog post. I'm new on blogging watching your videos to get ideas even also learn something new that most of pro bloggers never told.

  • WoffeLL

    As you already mentioned, Ahrefs combines basically all necessary information. I don't need to use dozens of different tools. A simple feature like including or excluding terms in the results is just super important and yet you seem to be one of the only ones to integrate this. Compared to tools like SEMRush you offer a better view, better results, and even a better backlink-analysis. Unfortunately, I can't afford the monthly payments so a free month would be really awesome.

  • Jitesh Patil

    Howdy Sam! Loved the video. My favorite so far is the 10 step SEO one that you published a couple of weeks ago. Thank you so much for making such awesome videos.

    The one thing that I absolutely love about the Keywords Explorer is the SERP overview. There's ton of awesome stuff here including – estimated monthly traffic, backlinks, referring domains and top keywords. But there's another gem in here – all the keywords that a page ranks for. This not only helps find new relevant keywords but also helps understand topics to cover in the content.

  • Mike Jirout

    Sam – thanks for the video and intro to these free tools. I plan to use all six. The feature I'm most excited to use with Keyword Explorer is your Keyword Ranking Tracker ๐Ÿ“ˆ That way I can see how I'm doing for my newfound, targeted keywords. Appreciate the help!

  • hellocourage

    Really awesome practical stuff, and your video really helps to plan my new article topic outline. For keyword explorer, the killer feature has to be phrase match and the ability to search based on your terms you want like 'best, how to, tutorial, etc..'. I would love to use questions feature, and it would be useful to generate a FAQ section in my new article.

  • Aaron Chin

    Hey, I really find these videos helpful/informative and thanks for posting them. All the functions from Ahrefs seem comprehensive and useful along with these videos which end up being tutorials as well. When its in the cards, I'd love to get my hands on this tool to see how far I can take seo. See you next video.

  • Neel Balam

    With Clicks and Without Clicks is the 1st feature everyone should pay attention to! No other tool provides this feature. Second best feature is the ratio of clicks to search volume. These are the features I love in the keyword explorer tool!

  • RedlightAreas

    Hi Sam,I am new to blogging
    I love the ahrefs features I seen many videos on ahrefs and want to use it,I by heart saying when my blog grow up little I buy ahrefs keyword research tool I love the keywords difficulty feature of ahrefs..
    I waiting for my luck to use ahrefs in my initial days of blogging if I manage to get it.
    Thanks for your video help me so much..

  • Jim Pallero

    Great video Sam. I like how the keyword explorer gives the opportunity to give keywords that can be used for content for months or even years!

  • Vijay Srinivas

    Hey Sam! Awesome and unique stuff as usual! So refreshing to see SEO related content that does not fit a repetitive template and clutter but provides actionable tips!

    Kickass features of Keyword Explorer –
    1. Clicks data along with the paid and organic split (so powerful as mentioned in your previous videos).
    2. Also Keyword ideas helps to see the bigger picture in keyword searches and target the parent topic for faster wins!

    Thank you for providing real value to the SEO community!

  • Praveen Kumar

    hello sir.
    Ahrefs easily find low competition keyword and how to get rank in this keyword google. also, I can easily backlinks overall my competitive website


    Thank you Sam for this information and I like site audit tool it's show me health of my website and keyword Explorer it's help me to get keywords difficulties……….๐Ÿ˜‰

  • Isabella Lee

    Hey,thanks for sharing those information. Ha ha I am not so lucky to use a high paid seo tools Ahrefs. Hope they have an option to fix schema markup.


    Hey man! I would love to use the feature where I can find keywords that have very low competition and websites are ranking with just 0-10 backlinks! That would be sick!

  • Tarmo Moisto

    I'd like to use Ahrefs Keyword Explorer. Just finishing website and launching it and started looking deeper into SEO, got first analyze done with free keywords tools, but yeah, it would help a lot if I could use Keyword Explorer. Thank you for many great tips for SEO and keep up posting useful vidoes.

  • Nilesh Vaghela

    Started searching for free keyword research tools a week ago.. using a shopping mall's free wifi saved your all videos for learning true keyword research๐Ÿ˜Š.find rich snippets from keywords is best ever option i have ever seen, Sam, Now a days if you have no money you cannot give your best, hope this tools helps me in best practice of SEO. Please make more videos on free SEO tools. There are many people who has talent but no qualified for job, can freelance but not enough money to buy paid tools to give best result on SEO projects. I dropped this field because of money and started job for family๐Ÿ˜Š. This kind of videos may solve 90% of problems that grop of people. Also thanks to GPL giving access to premium themes n Now your crazy keyword tools ๐Ÿ˜˜. Hope lucky time of life started ๐Ÿค— Thanks.

  • CG Aspirants

    I think ahref tool gives the cofidence to new blogger like me rank any of keywords which difficulty backlinks all the data are present in single tool.
    Thanx Sam

  • Pensandoci Bene

    I absolutely low how you calcolate keyword difficulty and the click/paid-seo metrics. They are extremely helpful (i tried them in the 7 day trial – amazing!)

  • Prateek Sharma

    *I love almost all the ahref features as "Top 10 Results".
    *But the Best feature which I like most is "ahref filters". A user can put his keyword and filter it accordingly they want. That so simple.
    *East or West ahref is the Best.

  • Afillip

    ๐Ÿ˜ฎ This is awesome. Thank you very much Sam for such a detailed info. I would love to see how the Keyword Explorer could help. For example, since my business is located in South America it would be great to see what keywords or queries I can find with low competition. That would totally rock my world.

  • Fahim Ahmed Chowdhury

    Thanks for the giveaway!
    Talking about favourite feature at ahrefs, I really love all those features.
    I am eager to test the standard account if I win the giveaway and will consider if I need to buy the ahref tool or not ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Vaishakh Sajeevan

    big fan of Ahrefs <3
    The keyword difficulty metrics is one of the best thing as it knowing how difficult it will be for ranking for that particular keyword is sooo good. This helps in finding the low hanging fruit keyword and makes our life much more easier.
    and btw, thanks for this awesome giveaway!!

  • Anca Juliet

    Hey Sam, I m new on your channel and I think you are doing a great job. I live the Ahrefs tools but now watching your video I 've just discovered Keywords Everywhere so this is a tool I want to discover more. Thanks for sharing this informations, and I think you are doing a great job.

  • Kimi Runner

    I really love keyword difficute feature in ahref because it give me a clue where i can go and compete with others.


    Ahrefs is a must-have tool for SEO geeks. I really liked the features such as; site explorer, keyword explorer, and content explorer.

    Thank you!

  • owlxi

    Love this!! I have notes aplenty from this video and would love to try Ahrefs Keyword Explorer because it looks like you show search volume both with clicks and WITHOUT! How awesome is that?!

    Thanks so much. . . I knew about most of these free options but not Google Correlate.

  • Vinish

    Thanks for this awesome tutorial. I love ahrefs keywords explorer tools most because it helps me finding competitors keywords they are ranking for and generating good amount of traffic. Ahrefs keywords research tools help me to find out some great low competition keywords

  • Joshua Waurich

    ahrefs looks like a good tool. bit pricey tho

    maybe when ive got an established webdesign company ill go for it

  • WPAdvice - WordPress Hindi Tutorials

    Hello Sam Sir,
    Thanks For this Giveaway
    I Love Keyword Explorer because it shows an amazing ideas within a seconds.
    I love ahref tool but it is too costly so I doesn't afford.

  • gagan sharma

    Hi Sam Oh. In ahrefs keywords explorer I like Keyword Difficulty (KD) feature most. It helps me to plan accordingly to KD score. It also tell the top ranking url on particular keyword and also with it's backlink score that thing I like too.

  • Manjur Quader Mithu

    I do like many of the features in ahrefs like organic search volume, suggested keywords, suggested questions, keywords difficulty scale, competitors ranked keywords and some other things as well. Each one contains values that that help me to optimize my site's. Hope ahrefs will continue to help us this ways.


    Hey Sam,
    I am new to ahrefs and I am just loving your content. Just subscribed and liked the video. The best feature I love about keywords explorer is it's filter of low KD and high volume. It really helps me to find some high volume and low difficulty keywords.

  • Ben Husband

    Hey Sam, Hope I'm one of the winners cause my broke a$$ could totally use a break from the bills. My favorite feature is the Keyword Difficulty. It takes a lot of the guess work out of keyword research for me and I love that.

  • Fabiano Pina

    Hi Sam, its impossible for me to answer your question because I have never tried ahrefs, now I am here for the obvious reason of wanting to try it and boy, wouldn't it be nice to try it for free for a month? <3

  • Herr Doktor

    Hi, i can't say which feature i prefere in hrefs… i am not able to afford this awesome peace of software ๐Ÿ™ I hope my website will be better in google, so that i can afford it^^ You guys do gradt stuff.. thank you for hat.

  • Just Jason

    I would like to know if its possible also from the tools you mentioned if I could know the trend and popularity based on the country that I live or specifically state that I'm in.

  • John Healy

    Hey Sam, I absolutely love your videos; you make the topics so clear and provide solid advice. And like others here, I like the Keyword Difficulty feature. Thanks to you and rest of the ahrefs team!

  • Karen Z

    Is keywords everywhere safe to use? it says " it can read and change all the data of the website you visit." Any advice?

  • Raymond DuBois

    Glad I found you and all this great content. The best thing about Keyword Explorer is the way you can filter results to hone in on the relevant keywords.

  • MR . VARMA

    Sir …. The way u explained…is gold mine….tqsm sir….. When i start earning….i will definately use ashrefs๐Ÿ‘

  • Devin Montgomery

    Giveaway is great! I like using the Questions section of Keyword explorer – helps with finding topics to add into our blog and email newsletter

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