How to use Keyword Finder tool for Long Tail Keyword Research

Long Tail Keywords are a real gem for many digital marketers. But finding one of them is the most tedious task. So we came up with this guide to find a low competitive long-tail keyword with keyword finder tool.  

Keyword Finder tool for Long Tail Keyword Research

Keyword Finder is a powerful keyword research tool that helps to find long-tail keywords with huge search volume and low competition. If you are looking for an alternative of Google Keyword Planner, then Rank Tracker’s Keyword Finder tool will be the best choice.

Unlike Google Keyword Planner, Keyword Finder has very clean UI and easy to use interface. This makes Keyword Finder the best tool for digital marketers and bloggers.

Keyword Finder by RankTracker

Before getting into the topic, go to RankTracker’s website and create a free trial account. With the free account, you can able to perform five keyword lookups and five SERP lookups per day for the first ten days.

And you can do a maximum of 100 keyword searches within the trial period. Then you have to purchase their premium plan to move further.

Find Long Tail Keywords with Keyword Finder

In the RankTracker dashboard, navigate to the Keyword Finder tool and enter your desired keyword on their search box by specifying the language and targeted country. Then a list of long-tail keywords will be displayed on their dashboard.

If you are looking to drive local traffic, then filter those keyword results by location-wise. Also, Keyword Finder shows search volume, keyword difficulty, and CPC along with each keyword. Then download the filtered long-tail keywords list as excel or CSV file format.

Metrics to be Considered

Here we mentioned the list of metrics that need to be considered for selecting the best long-tail keyword for your project.

  • Keyword Difficulty
  • Monthly Search Volume
  • Google Trends
  • CPC
  • PPC
  • Google SERP Results

Keyword Difficulty

First of all, filter the downloaded keywords based on keyword difficulty of count less than 50. Keyword Difficulty above 50 is a little bit harder to rank. There Keyword Difficulty is calculated based on several factors such as competitors ranking, paid traffic, monthly search, etc.

Monthly Search Volume

After performing the Keyword Difficulty process, filter the remaining keywords list with a monthly search volume of at least 1000. If you filter lower than 1000 volumes, then the chance of getting traffic becomes very low. 

Google Trends

You will see Google Trends for every keyword on their dashboard itself, so choose the keywords which have good trends.

CPC and PPC

Keyword Finder will show both CPC and PPC for each keyword, so select keyword which has low PPC to avoid paid competitors.

Google SERP Results

You don’t need to search your keyword on Google to get the SERP page. Instead Keyword Finder itself shows the SERP page for every keyword on their dashboard. Check the top 10 results for your keyword by comparing the Referring Domains, Domain Authority, Page Authority, and quality score of competitor websites.

Repeat the same until you get the low competitive keyword for your SEO project. 

If you are not getting a top low competitive keyword, then change your niche and put the new keyword on the search box so you will get new keyword ideas for your project.

Competitor’s Domain Rating, Domain Authority, Page Authority, Referring domains, Backlinks are the most crucial factor to consider while choosing a money keyword.

Create Keywords List

Keyword Finder allows you to create a custom keywords list with all of your selected long-tail keywords. With this keyword list, you can able to perform more research like finding a new niche to work. So save this list from the Keyword Finder tool to your computer with CSV file format.

Keyword Finder tool has an email alert feature to notify when any new keywords that rise in your niche. So don’t forgot to subscribe to the email alerts else you will miss many opportunities on your niche. 

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