If you have read many of my posts on this site then you will know that there is one tool that I can’t live without that is absolutely essential to my online business. This tool is KeySearch.
KeySearch is a keyword research tool. It helps me find keywords for my articles, allows me to determine which keywords I am mostly like to rank for and helps me build niche sites.
In addition to these obvious tasks, it also helps me keep track of how I am ranking for my main keywords. It allows me to easily see what my comeptitors are ranking for (to give me content ideas!) and I can use it to check the metrics and backlink profiles of other sites. This functionality helps with link building and with finding expired domains.
Below, I am going to step through how you can use KeySearch to do all of these things. I’ll also give you a good look around this awesome keyword tool so you can work out if KeySearch is the right product for your business.
You will learn...
- How to use KeySearch to track your rankings
- How to check site metrics
- How to see the backlinks for your competitors (and why you want to)
- How to do keyword research in KeySearch
- How to check what your competitor is ranking for (and why that’s so powerful)
- How to quickly check the difficulty of a keyword
- Some other Keysearch functionality
I cover all this functionality (and the why behind it) below:
I hope you have found this tutorial useful and now understand if KeySearch is the right keyword tool for you and some extra ways you can use it if you already have it.
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Disclaimer: This article contains affiliate links to my favourite keyword tool, KeySearch. If you make a purchase after clicking on this link, I will receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. This truly is my favourite online tool and what I use to grow my business. I’m sure you will love it too!