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Using Paid Keyword Research Tools for Blog Ideas

Posted on 6.01.2010

Using paid keyword research tools can be a great way to cultivate fresh and relevant ideas for your blog. There are many to choose from, but below are five that we recommend:

Wordtracker
One of the oldest and most popular keyword tools, Wordtracker is best suited for people who want to research and compare high-volume terms — the perfect way to generate killer blog ideas that will resonate with any audience. Wordtracker also has a free trial to test drive for seven days before you commit to purchasing the product. Visit wordtracker.com for more information.

Wordze
This research tool has become a particular favorite among bloggers. Wordze offers multiple services including some sophisticated competitor analysis tools in addition to keyword search volume stats and history trends. Wordze is so sure of its product that it offers a very generous 30-day free trial. Visit wordze.com for more information.

Wordstream
More than just a keyword research tool, Wordstream offers keyword management software that aggregates data from multiple sources and helps you organize and prioritize your findings so that you can build a bottomless well of great ideas for your blog. Using Wordstream’s arsenal of tools will allow you to find the right topic for any audience and build traffic for your site. Visit wordstream.com for more information.

Keyword Discovery
Another comprehensive paid keyword research tool with multiple features, Keyword Discovery compiles search data from more than 200 search engines and has a search database of nearly 40 billion. Keyword Discovery also interfaces with your website and gives you the density and usage of each keyword. Visit keyworddiscovery.com for more information.

SEM Rush
This is a spying keyword research tool that is helpful for search marketers but also extremely useful to bloggers trying to tap into a popular topic for the day. SEM Rush will give you the search volume for any Google keyword and aid you in building up a list of longtail keywords to use for reference. Visit semrush.com for more information.

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