Keyword Research using UberSuggest – SEO Monday

By Joe

Learn about a new SEO Tool called UberSuggest!

Ubersuggest.org – Getting started

Welcome to your Daily Concept. Today is SEO Monday.

For today’s post, I’d like to cover a pretty cool tool called Ubersuggest that helps scale keyword research by scraping keyword suggestions from Google Suggest.

To get started, enter the keyword you’d like to start your research with in the box in the middle of the page. For this example, I’ll be doing research on pajamas to see what kind of longtail opportunities exist and to understand general search behavior around this theme. Once you’ve entered your keyword hit the “Suggest” button and your results should soon populate.

Ubersuggest.org – Viewing Results

With the results now populated, you can scroll down the page to see all of the different keyword suggestions. You’ll notice that the results are generated based on your initial keyword and then by adding an additional letter to get the Google Suggest recommendations. For example, pajamas + a finds keywords that start with “pajamas” and is followed by a word with the letter a, such as “pajamas and robes” and “pajamas at Macy’s”. Pajamas + b finds keywords like “pajamas boys” “pajamas bottoms” and so on.

Ubersuggest.org – Getting your Data

Once you’ve browsed the results, you will then have two options for copying your keywords. The first option is manually going through each section and clicking the plus symbol next to the keyword to add it to the list. This can be helpful if there are only a few particular keywords you’re looking to add. However, I generally find it is easier just to hit the “Select all keywords” button. Now that you’ve selected your keywords, you can click the “Get” button on the right hand side of the page as shown, which will generate a list of your keywords that you can then copy and paste into a program like Excel or Word.

With the data in Excel or Word, you can then go through and filter out any irrelevant keywords. With a cleaned list, the final steps are plugging the keywords into a tool like Google’s Keyword Tool where you can evaluate the terms based on search volume to further refine your results. The keyword list you now have can be helpful in optimizing your current pages, building out the content on your site or even creating new pages/themes if the data supports it.

I hope you’ve found this helpful for your business, but if you have any questions on our Advanced SEO service or any of our other services, please call us at 888-540-7698!

FacebookTwitterLinkedInShare