This article will guide you through the top keywords of 2016. This post is a start of series, as we plan to publish more top keyword lists this year. We dived into our database and pulled results to create interesting lists. In the following lists, you’ll find the top 700 searched keywords and top 200 … Continue reading Top keywords of 2016 part 1: Search volume and CPC
The possibility of creating keyword lists is one of the main KWFinder features. In the KWFinder guide, there’s a step-by-step manual how to build and manage them. This feature is widely used and has become the essential part of keeping the keyword research organized. We took a closer look at our customers use cases and … Continue reading Keyword lists: The easiest way to keep things organized
KWFinder is now using Google Autocomplete feature to generate even more unique keywords. Explore new search terms and questions right away. Generate keywords using autocomplete in the latest version of the tool. What is Google Autocomplete? The Google Autocomplete or Google Suggest was introduced by the most popular search engine back in 2008. It’s based … Continue reading Generate keywords using Autocomplete
We would like to introduce you to a bunch of handy features in the latest KWFinder update, including improved list management, the results table, and, design improvements. Thanks to your feedback together with our priority to improve our tools, we came up with new features. Say hello to a new version KWFinder with: Improved list … Continue reading KWFinder update: It’s the little things
The SEO Difficulty is the major metric of a keyword when performing a keyword research. The higher the value, the harder is to compete with others on the market using that keyword. The SEO Difficulty is a critical metric of the keyword research alongside with exact monthly search volumes. It determines the selection of keywords … Continue reading What is the keyword SEO Difficulty?
Would you like to perform a keyword research with exact search volumes of close variants keywords? Now you can, thanks to a new feature in KWFinder! A few months ago, Google Keyword Planner started showing keywords that are close variants of each other with the same search volume. Moreover, it recently stopped showing exact search … Continue reading Forget close variants keywords in KWFinder
Google takes it all, they say. Is it true or a cliché? Let’s have a look why KWFinder became a number one alternative to recently changed Google Keyword Planner, but also a tool providing a lot more useful stuff with exact monthly search volumes. Google Keyword Planner shows data based on its recent changes. It … Continue reading KWFinder – A great Google Keyword Planner alternative
This is a step-by-step KWFinder guide to get the best of your keyword research. Get familiar with basics, metrics, the SEO difficulty, or how to work with keyword lists. We’ll go through these parts: Basics Keyword research Metrics Working with lists Export your results Conclusion Basics If you have never worked with the tool, here’s … Continue reading KWFinder guide
Import your own lists of keywords and analyse them instantly thanks to new KWFinder’s feature. It’s very easy, user-friendly and fast. Now you can upload a list of keywords from a CSV or TXT file and you will immediately get keyword metrics of all of those keywords. In case you don’t have the list saved … Continue reading So, you have hundreds of keywords to import, huh? No problem.