To know the answer to, “what is a keyword tool about” , you need to jump in and use one. Explaining it isn’t enough to say the least. It is so much easier to get a feel for it hands on. There
are many that offer free trials and others that are free altogether. We’ll get into that later. First off we need to know what a keyword is.
In relation to writing an article to be used in a website it is an integral part of composing the content. You need to use the keyword as your focal point. There are various ways to accomplish this. It does not have to be a single word. It can be a phrase. That is the way I go about it. Some people write an article then search for keywords or keyword phrase and then try to fit them in. Personally I find it easier to write about a phrase that I have chosen after searching for appropriate phrases on the subject I would like to write about.
That is where the keyword tool itself comes into play. The actual tool will give you information relating to how much the term or word is searched for and how much traffic it gets. Another important piece of information is the competition level for your chosen word or phrase. Looking at the list generated by a keyword tool will also give you more inspiration on the subject you are approaching. It also gives you an idea what people are looking for. To get started you can just type the subject you are looking to write about into google and you will see what terms related to it people are searching for.
Then you would go to the keyword tool itself and plug in your term and check out the information. This information is vital to writing something that people are looking for!
Here are screenshots of two different keyword tools looking for the same phrase. The information returned is exactly the same except that some tools give you more. First you’ll see two free tools then the third shows how much more you can get from a premium tool.
Wealthy Affiliate free keyword tool.
Jaaxy Free Keyword Tool
Jaaxy Premium Enterprise Keyword Tool
What you really want to look at is how much traffic the word or phrase gets, how much it is searched for and then the competition it has. QSR is an algorithm that give you a quantitative result of the competition. The higher the number the more competition there is. Some tools will also give you an idea where you can rank on google with the term. This kind of research can make or break the success of your article writing.
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There are other uses for keyword tools also. They can be used for domain name searching if you want to zero in on a small tight niche with a keyword phrase for your domain name. Or if you want to into the business of buying domains to put up for sale which is a business all in itself! The Jaaxy tool will give you terms to brainstorm all of this. With the premium version you can check your rankings on a regular basis for you website itself and the articles you write.
There are so many free keyword tools out there and just as many premium ones. Google has a free tool. So does Amazon and YouTube just to mention a few. If you can afford it there are many choices that you can shop for. I personally would recommend Jaaxy as it has one of the best reputations on the net! A plus is you can try it for free.
A great place to get training on the use of keywords is Wealthy Affiliate University. There is a free keyword tool available there on the community website. It is a great way to get a feel for the use of these tools. Especially as you can join for free and try out the services and see what its all about. Wealthy Affiliate is a one stop community that provides training, support, website hosting, live chat and much more. See my review on it. CLICK HERE
So I hope that I have give you some basic insight into the question, what is a keyword tool about? Now all you have to do is take action and try it out!! That’s right, the key to being successful at anything is to take action. Go ahead and try Jaaxy or even join Wealthy Affiliate. Both are free to try!
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Thanks for stopping by, Dennis Darragh