Keyword Research

This guide you to show the way to do in-depth and meaningful keyword analysis. Good keyword research allows you to uncover the phrases, terms, questions, and answers that are important to your customer or user, and its importance to achieving your goals if they get more selling product or capturing leads, page views, and service and products. The keyword research sets you up for building a strategy for expanding or improving your content to acquire higher rankings, and its ranks on a variety of terms, to drive ultimate organic traffic to your site.

Will Guide you step-by-step in keyword research:

First, we learn what is Keyword research?

Keyword research is the process of finding all the possible search engine queries which are relevant to your customer and business. The keyword research also includes other keywords that are prioritizing and sorting them into logical, related groups, which can inform how to change the existing pages on your site or create new content.

Why keyword research is important for SEO?

Keyword Research

In SEO it may argue that keywords are no longer important or won’t be essential in the future, they are still crucial not only for search engine ranks for understanding the search intent behind a given query.

The people search using the search engine  by asking a question or query into the search box or making the voice query on an “assistant “, it will be crucial to understand the following:

1) What those queries are.

2) How important they are to your business

3) How you might create the best content to answer the intent of the query.


Understanding keyword Themes


Some of the group’s related keywords as topics or themes, they are groups of individual keywords that signal a similar intent or need by a searcher. A single theme or topic may lend itself to one piece of content that may answer all of the wants among the subject and therefore one page is optimized, for the entire group of keywords. If you have a group of keywords or a theme around “what is the caused to fall the Roman Empire,” all of the intent around that theme of the keyword is unlikely to be satisfied by a single piece of content and would require a large body of content.

Keyword/ query trends


Some of the SEO argue that individual “head” keywords aren’t about to matter any longer due to voice search and that ends up in long, linguistic communication search queries.


The second step is how to do Keyword Research?


Keyword research for SEO consists of gathering all possible variants of keywords that might relevant to your content, product, current site, services, etc. and it relevant to your ideal users but not directly related to your current offerings.


For example, the keywords are interested to a site’s customer or users but not directly related to the site’s products the keywords are related to hiring or marketing for a small business when you are doing research about to sells accounting software for a small business.


Building your SEO keyword list

In this case, step one in your SEO keyword research is simply amassing your initial keyword list. In this, there is a number of sources are possible in lists of keywords. You should decide which sources are right for you, and you should find ones below to get you most of the way there. When I start building my initial list, I attempt to capture at minimum for each keyword:

•      The keyword

•      Monthly search volume

•      Keyword difficulty

•      CPC (cost per click)

•      Current rank

•      Competitiveness

Keyword Research Tools

Keyword Research Tools

Once you've got engineered your initial list through analyzing your website, group action, or doing competitive analysis, etc. you may not have an entire universe of keywords that are relevant to your website. If you take all of the keywords which you have found and input them into a variety of keyword research tools to expand your list.


The list of keyword research tool is given below:


1) Google Ads

2) SEMrush

3) Topic research tool

4) People also ask

5) Related searches

6) Google trends

7) Answer the public

8) Soovle

9) Keyword everywhere

Google Ads

Google Ads is not perfect, but it is still a tool to use- It is a source that has a lot of keyword information and it provides various keywords that are relevant for you.


It just inputs your domain into the domain overview search box in the semrush tools, by scrolling down the top organic keyword section, and it selects view full report. It depends on resources and your time and how deep would you like to go, even you can filter this list in various ways.

Topic Research Tool

Another option for semrush is the topic research tool. By giving the input as a particular keyword, the tool will return a mass set of related concepts and topics in different formats. Frequently these can expand the root keyword that wants to input into the keyword magic tool.

People Also Ask

Finding the related questions to the given particular input keyword is to search for that keyword in Google and look for the “people also ask” section.

The more ‘people also ask ‘entries you click the longest list will be there.

Related Searches

The other source of potential and related relevant keywords can be found at the bottom of each search engine on the result page in the google related search section. When scrolling to the bottom of the page and you grab the relevant keywords, this type of keyword can also be fed back to the other keyword tools to find more keyword variations.

Google Trends

It is a great source for overall trends for changes in search engine volume for keywords over time. Google trends also give sets of queries that you can get more ideas to build your keyword list. Google trends this tool it is not just useful for looking up the relative popularity of keywords.

Answer The Public

Answer the public is another resource for generating the types of phrases and questions asked around a particular root keyword. When you enter the keyword it will return with some visualizations around all of the questions that related to the keyword, but the data view and particularly the CSV download option are more useful.



Soovle it generates a quick list of top terms for Amazon, Google, Wikipedia,, Bing, YouTube, and yahoo, etc;


Keywords Everywhere

Keyword everywhere is a browser extension for Firefox or chrome (unfortunately it is no longer free) which will pull back search volume and competition data on the fly.


Evaluating your organic keyword research list

When you have the initial list of potentially relevant keywords amassed, the second step is to start looking at the other words to see if they are relevant to the user or site in question. While it may use automated processes to be truly accurate, you need to look and think about every single keyword. There are several factors that consider as to whether a keyword is relevant that are list below:

1) Searcher intent

2) Match keyword to personas

3) Stakeholder QA or client of initial keyword list