Let’s face it. Sometimes it’s hard to pick good keywords. It seems like all the good ones have tons of competition, and no one’s searching for the keywords with low competition. Fortunately, there’s help.
Enter your keyword below so start your research.
Explanation of Results
Avg. The average number of searches that the keyword receives per month.
Traffic. Visits to your website if you achieve first page rankings in the search engines. Obviously, higher is better.
Quoted Search Results (QSR). The number of competing websites ranked in Google for this exact keyword. Since you are looking for less competition, lower is better.
Keyword Quality Indicator (KQI). Based on a proprietary algorithm, this metric gives you a general idea of the quality of your keyword.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Score. Based on traffic and competition, the higher the score, the more likely you will rank for this keyword on the first page. Higher is better.