Ep. 37 – 5 AWESOME Free Keyword Research Tools

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Hey, Listeners! Today we’re going to talk about 5 AWESOME Free Keyword Research Tools.

And no, I didn’t include Google Trends, Chat GPT, Answer The Public, and other popular free keyword tools, because I want to give you some unique tools.

So, let’s dive right in, and let’s get started with number 1!

1. RyRob Keyword Tool

Ryan Robinson’s Free Keyword Research Tool

So let’s start with a tool from a very popular blogger, Ryan Robinson.

His free keyword research tool has 2 tabs: an explorer tab, and an ideas tab.

The explorer tab shows you a large list of keyword phrases with your seed keyword, and also shows volume and difficulty

The ideas tab is my favorite part of the tool. The ideas tab shows typical question based variations of your keyword, using words such as: are, can, how, what, when, why, without, vs, and is. And of course, plenty more!

2. SEOStack

SEOStack on the Chrome Plugin Store

My second free keyword tool is SEOStack!

SeoStack is a Chrome Plugin that automates the Google Autosuggest function. It shows you the top 10 autosuggest results for letters A-Z, for your seed keyword.

This is a great way to find untapped, yet popular search terms for your blog.

And if you use the Google autosuggest as a keyword research method, then definitely use SEOStack because it will save you so much time.

3. Reddit Keyword Tool

The Higher Visibility Reddit Keyword Tool

Our 3rd tool is the Reddit Keyword Tool from Higher Visibility.

With this tool you simply type in a subreddit, and it shows you the top keywords for the subreddit. It’s free, super simple, and definitely sparks some unique content ideas.

4. Search Response


The 4th tool is Search Response.

Search Response has 4 primary categories:

  • People also ask
  • People also search for
  • Related searches
  • Trending keywords

Basically, it’s a Google keyword research tool.

This is a freemium tool, so you won’t get a ton of data if you’re not paying.

However, even if you’re just looking at the top 10 queries with your seed keyword, which is free to do, the results are incredible and inspiring!

5. Soovle

Soovle – Let The Web Help

Our 5th tool is Soovle!

I saved the best for last: Soovle.

It may not look like much, but I find it to be one of the best free keyword research tools for finding long-tail keyword variations.

Just type in your seed keyword, and it will show you dozens of variations!

Conclusion: 5 AWESOME Free Keyword Research Tools

That is it for today’s episode of the Blogging Mindset Podcast!

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