Which free keyword tool to take? An overview!

Keywords – they follow us through the entire search engine marketing! Nothing works without keyword research! This research is the basis for the website architecture, for AdWords campaign structures, SEO landing pages and hundreds of other topics. It makes it easier for us to make decisions for or against certain measures – it is simply irreplaceable! But where do I get matching keyword ideas, long-tail search terms, and Co.? 

We have put together a selection of free tools that you can use for your keyword research.

AdWords Keyword Generator

Let’s get to the Internet Marketing Inside tool. This is not a classic keyword research tool, but it can make everyday life a lot easier because it mixes your keywords. It combines the keywords in all variants with each other and generates them simultaneously in different keyword options. I find it difficult to make it difficult when it is easy.

An exciting tool that beautifully visualizes and clusters both W-questions and the most common prepositions on the keyword. It also provides a variety of keyword ideas. The keyword ideas are prepared alphabetically. Nice for presentations and workshops.

The next free tool is “De Vionto”. De Vionto is very suitable for collecting ideas. It is structured like a pie chart and the words are divided into different subject areas (e.g. organizations, people, science & technology, society ). You can combine terms with each other and thus further detail your search. It is also possible to display a definition for each word. With De Vionto you can come up with some exciting keyword ideas. Just try it!

Google Keyword Planner

Of course, Google itself also offers many ways to research keywords. First, probably known to everyone, the ” Keyword Planner “. A classic keyword research tool which, in addition to the search volume, also shows the intensity of the competition and an estimated click price. This makes it not only suitable for research purposes, but also for general facts about your keyword. On the right side, you can add your keywords directly to a plan and see forecasts of costs and clicks. Indispensable for the work during the search engine optimization and search engine advertising.

Google Suggest

Enter a search term and zack already suggests further extensions to Google. Why not just use this for yourself? Because these terms have to be relevant, they have already been searched for beforehand.

Google Trends

” Google Trends ” is of course not designed as a keyword research tool, but you can compare different keywords with each other. The search volume is displayed just like in the Keyword Planner. In addition, the regional interest and related searches. The search queries are even divided into the most popular and increasing ones. Both bring you a lot of new ideas.

Hyperfast, hyper many keywords? With this hyper keyword tool, you will find enough inspiration to expand your keyword set. HyperSuggest gives you tons of keywords. You can even choose whether you need the keywords for YouTube, Google Shopping or for normal Google search. I would say that this tool can only make your keyword set hyper awesome .

Next, we come to the keyword tool “Keyword Pro”. With this tool, you can initially decide whether you want to search for short or long-tail keywords. When searching, it not only uses the Google Suggest database but also filters data from many different countries. You can choose between different views: mind map, tree diagram, tag cloud, table or trend view. But it’s best to find out for yourself what Keyword Pro offers you.

The name is a program! This tool spits out keywords until you drop at super speed. In addition to the desired keyword, positive and negative filter keywords can be used, which restrict the search for the desired keyword set.

This free keyword tool is again a bit more classic. But it delivers a huge number of keywords! These are also sorted. Everything is there from A to Z. You can also decide whether you want the search results from Google, YouTube, Bing, Amazon or the App Store. That’s where keyword research can start!

“Generate hundreds of long-tail keywords for SEO and SEA from search suggestions – for free!” – this tool promises us and largely does what it promises. Cool about it: the data are not only based on Google Suggest, but also on Bing, DuckDuckGo, Amazon, eBay, Otto, YouTube  – and the Google Play Store.

Who has always wanted to know what people are looking for on Wikipedia, Amazon, Yahoo, Ebay, Netflix,, The Weather Channel,, Bing and YouTube? You are currently thinking: “There is such a tool?” Yes – there is one. Soovle solves your keyword problems with lightning speed.

Who, how, what, where, why and why? With the W-questions tool, you can find out what users are really looking for! The questions are identified via Google Suggest. The advantage of this, if you have no idea what the user could use for search terms, it can be based on the questions. Because if you know what the users are looking for, they can find you with your keywords.

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In addition to Google Suggest, eBay and Amazon Suggest can also be used in the shopping area. YouTube’s Suggest Search also offers a way to find new keywords.

But the most important thing and it should not be forgotten: your own head. Brainstorming, whether alone or with colleagues, take you further than some tools. Do not leave all the work to the technology, but occasionally think about what you would be looking for if you would like to find out more about a product or a service.

Head on, not off! 🙂

Author Bio

Vishal Garg has several years of experience in digital marketing. With good experience in advance marketing and promotional strategies, he has helped numerous brands establish their online niche with his out of the box internet marketing strategies and lead generation capabilities. He is working as a digital marketing consultant in India