If you don’t get the concepts right for keyword research and Search Engine Optimization, your website’s fate is at stake. While keywords will help you trace the way forward, SEO will help you stack up competitively against others online, thus more visitors, and you know the ultimate results.
So am I here to help you with these two? Actually, that shouldn’t be the question, but; are you ready for my help?
I hope you are.
Today, I review a gem tool that gives you a helping hand in both SEO and keyword searches. Within the review, you’ll get to learn how the tool works, the prices of each of its subscription packages (and the fact that it has a free trial), and more.
The gem tool is dubbed Keysearch. Keysearch is primarily a keyword research and SEO powerhouse that offers an extensive range of features. These features (apart from keyword research and SEO) help you do the following;
• Spy on your competitors (to learn more success tips).
• Get a keyword’s difficulty score.
• Find relevant keywords that do not have so much competition on search engines.
Delving into the details of each feature will do us better than just listing them. So let’s see more about them below.
1. Keyword Research.
The Keyword Research feature will obviously enable you to view related keywords to the one you’ve searched for. After submitting your search, you’ll wait for a few seconds; then the tool spits out the results.
The results comprise of thousand-and-one related keywords, a list of the top 10 ranking websites for the keyword searched, and more insight details. For example, besides the list of keywords produced, there’s a “check” icon that when you click, will prompt the tool to give more details about that keyword, too. Other insight results include the CPC, difficulty score for each keyword, links and PA/DA metrics (for the top ten ranking websites), and more.
Also within the Keyword Research feature are;
A Difficulty Score subfeature.
This one displays, on a scale of 1-100, the much it is difficult to rank for a specific keyword. The Difficulty is represented by a range of six colors, from light blue (natural competition) to red (highest competition).
A Deep Analysis Subfeature.
The name has it all, but to demystify it further, the subfeature gives you even more results about a keyword. This is the here you can find LSI keywords.
A Competitive Keyword Subfeature.
With the Competitive Keyword subfeature, you can search your competitor’s URL to see the keywords that make him/her rank higher than you. You can then improve your content based on this.
2. The Quick Difficulty Tool.
This one is made to save your precious time. In a usual case, you’ll search for a keyword, and loads of results will come out. The results often include a Keyword Difficulty Score for that keyword. If you need the Score for another, you need to perform another search. This may take up more time and resources.
Thanks to the Quick Difficulty tool that now allows you to do a bulk search for keywords. The purpose is to feed you with the results for the difficulty score of the searched keywords. You can do a bulk search for up to 50 keywords.
3. Keysearch’s Rank Tracker.
The Rank Tracker keeps updating you on your new rank as time elapses. I mean, when you submit your keyword, it will stay close to the carrier URL’s ranking on SERPS each time.
You can easily see that this is better than doing it manually. Without the tool, you’ll need to keep visiting the search engines for your page’s ranking. So, it’s easy to notice that it saves you time.
One thing I like this feature for is the fact that you have the chance to opt in to an email notification service for FREE. The email service will keep you notified (of course via email) whenever there’s a change in your URL’s ranking.
4. YouTube Research.
Just like the Keyword Research feature works for the search engines, the YouTube Research feature works for YouTube. And, I don’t have to explain this so profoundly. The results look almost the same as those on Keyword Research.
A few differences are observable, though. For example, YouTube results have stats like age, likes, the number of views, and more. Also, there’s a Quick Difficulty subfeature in this.
5. Backlink Checker.
This one here helps you with SEO. It finds all the backlinks to the domain you’re inspecting, and also the backlinks themselves.
Available in the results, too, is the domain strength, which helps you judge the domains to go for and the ones to avoid. Also, present within the results is the domain strength, the link building trend, and much more. You can always filter the results based on quite a number of metrics like the number of backlinks, domain strength, and more.
6. My Lists.
My Lists is simply a tracking tool. It stores your keyword search history, and this should mean a good thing to you.
Giving you the ability to reanalyze your keywords, it proves useful. You won’t have to re-type or remember them again (who doesn’t forget, anyway?).
The results that come with your search history include the keywords’ Difficulty Score, Search Volumes, CPC, and PPC.
7. Keysearch’s Page Researcher.
The Page Researcher’s task is to check a specified page’s statistics for handy SEO elements. It will reveal the internal links, title tag, outbound links, and so on. The reason for which I love and recommend this one is that it isn’t often offered by most other Keyword Research tools.
8. More Features.
Some other features of Keysearch are Brainstorm and URL metrics. Brainstorm is there to help you discover more keyword ideas and more niche. It does this by identifying the latest trends on engines like Amazon, Twitter, and others. On the other hand, URL metrics help you to find the metrics associated with a URL. The metrics include Alexa Rank and others.
How Much Do I Have To part With?
To get the services of this rare tool, you may have to part with a few bucks, though there’s a free trial, too. This will depend on the bulk and quality of services that you need. Below is a breakdown of the price of each of the packages, starting from the FREE trial.
The Free Trial Package.
Yes, it’s free, but for a month. With this option, you can only do five daily searches and analyses. There’s neither a Rank Tracker Keyword analysis nor a Competitive Analysis service access with the free trial. Nevertheless, it’s a good one, which had helped me at one time.
The Starter Package.
With the starter package, you can choose to pay $17 per month, or a lump-sum of $169 for the whole twelvemonth period. If you wish to pay the annual cost, you’ll save $3 each month!
The package lets you enjoy 200 daily Searches and Analysis, 80 Rank Tracker Keywords, and all the other services in unlimited access.
The Pro Package.
This one costs $34 each month, and $279 for the whole year. So you get to save a whopping $10.75 per month!
The number of Daily Searches and Analysis for the pro package is 500, and 200 Rank Tracker Keywords searches.
Advantages of Keysearch.
1). This is the cheapest of all the Keyword Research tools I’ve met before. So it’s the best option for starters.
2). You don’t have to download a software or application to get its services. Simply go to the tool’s webpage for the services.
3). It’s relatively easier to navigate. Everything’s straightforward.
4). Customer support is both prompt and concise. You’ll love the experience.
5). It’s very accurate with its data and keeps on adopting the new algorithms developed by search engines.
1. Its use as an SEO tool isn’t very much accurate, though helpful.
2. Sometimes, it gives a small number of related keywords.
Keysearch remains the optimal SEO and Keyword Research tool for bloggers. I like it more because of the price that’s far much favorable to the user owing to the wide range of features. It’s also easy to use, a quality that has put it in high demand. Keysearch is the ideal tool for your blogging dream. Try it today, and you’ll never look back ~ best of luck!