Big List of Free Keyword Tools - 2014 Edition
While the term many be unfamiliar to much of the general public, keywords are one of the most important pieces of a website.
Not only do keywords alert consumers as to the content on the page but they also tell search engines what’s on the page. The keywords that a marketer chooses to leverage can be the difference between a viral website or video and a site that nobody has ever heard of.
To help marketers choose the correct keyword there are many tools available that scour the Internet looking for related keywords that are driving the most traffic to websites.
Below is a list of 15 free keyword suggestion tools for marketers to leverage.
Google’s AdWords platform has many uses with just one of them being its keyword tool. Signing up for an account is free and so is using the keyword tool. Marketers can use AdWords to discover keywords for every niche they can think of as well as set filters and options to receive more relevant results.
With an easy-to-use interface and quick results, marketers can search for related keywords by setting options and filters. Marketers can also email themselves their keyword results for later viewing.
SEO book’s free keyword tools delivers suggestions based on global search queries on Google, Bing and Yahoo.
Bing’s keyword tool (an alternative to Google AdWords) delivers extensive keyword lists based off of one or several seed keywords.
With a no-nonsense user interface, 7Search delivers extensive keyword suggestions with the ability to export the results to a CSV file.
Another tools in Google’s seemingly endless repertoire, Google Trends allows marketers to see what the most popular searches in the world currently are. Marketers can also search multiple keywords at the same time by separating each word or phrase with a comma.
With a simple-to-use design, Wordpot is a barebones keyword suggestion tool. Marketers only get 25 keyword searches per day with the free account so choose wisely.
The free version of KeywordDiscovery allows marketers to discover 100 alternatives to their keyword. To access the rest of the alternatives marketers must sign up for a paid account.
While it has a simple design, Ubersuggest provides marketer with an impressive amount of options like the language they want to search in as well as the source (e.g. Web, pictures, Recipes etc.).
Unlike many of the other entries on this list, SEOCentro does not deliver seemingly never-ending suggestions but instead delivers short lists but separates their suggestions for Google and Bing.
Unique on this list, Alexa delivers an extensive range of data to marketers with just a piece of the overall data being keywords. Instead of a list of keyword recommendations, Alexa displays which keywords drive the most traffic for websites that you search.
Three things set Soovle apart from the competition: speed, organization and breadth. The free tool delivers an impressive range of keyword recommendations without marketers even having to click submit. Soovle also organizes its recommendations by sources including Google, YouTube, Bing and eBay.
Addme is not for every marketer. It does not deliver the same long lists that many others on the list do but it does deliver its results with blazing speed.
Powered by KeywordSpy and Keyword Discover, Submit Express delivers a quick list of suggested keywords to marketers.
While marketers may only receive one page of free suggestions, Keyword Country delivers quick recommendations filled with what it deems “profitable keywords.”