7 use­ful re­search tools

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Uber­sug­gest neil­pa­tel.com/uber­sug­gest

Gen­er­ate more sug­ges­tions of your key­word terms with this free tool, plus data on vol­ume, sea­son­al­ity, competition and cost per click.

Key­word Tool

key­word­tool.io/google

A free on­line key­word re­search tool that uses Google Au­to­com­plete to gen­er­ate hun­dreds of rel­e­vant long-tail key­words for any topic.

Wikipedia

www.wikipedia.org

Gain new key­word ideas from ‘Wikipedia’ ar­ti­cles around your ex­ist­ing key­word list (a wealth of suc­cinct con­tent that ex­plains con­cepts in terms peo­ple un­der­stand and search for).

Quora

www.quora.com

In­sights into the key­words used by your au­di­ence in their niche com­mu­ni­ties, no­tably when their ques­tions were not an­swered prop­erly with a Google search. Th­e­saurus.com

www.th­e­saurus.com

Sub­sti­tute in synonyms of your key­word list. Moz & Sem­rush

www.moz.com www.sem­rush.com

Both op­er­ate a key­word data­base of their own, pro­vid­ing you with fur­ther key­word ideas and met­rics.

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