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October 6, 2020 at 11:46 am #10755seohelperKeymaster
Hello, I hope everyone has a great day!
I am new to SEO, and I was wonder – what tool should I use if I want to rank my blog better?
I mainly looking for a tool for :
A. Keywords volume (accurate, preferable more accurate than google keyword planner)
.B. keywords Competition – determine the competition of a keyword
C. Spy on competitors – What keywords they use, how much and where do they get the backlinks from.
D. Tracking keywords ranking and backlink
The only problem is that most of the tool I found is really expensive ( 99$ or more), And I am not a marketing company I just have a small blog I want to rank for.
I’m looking for free SEO tools or at least much cheaper, I don’t mind about combine a couple of tools.
For now the chepeast I found is Ubersuggest and kwfinder…
Do you have any recommendations? Can you share more what else I might need to rank my site better no just from what I mentioned above?
PS. I was wonder, the competition in google keyword planner is for PPC ? (I am referring to the Low, Medium High metric they put out there).
Thank you, people! I appreciate anyone considers helping me.October 6, 2020 at 12:48 pm #10758richpriebejrr
You should sign up for Google Analytics and Google Search Console to start. Those are free and it gives you data you can analyze about your website. 2 Free tools you could check out are Ubersuggest by Neil patel (even though he gets a bad rep) and SEOBook.com ‘s free keyword research tool (only US national data). If you have iPhone, SEOEdge is a keyword tracker for websites (It’s $12/year).October 6, 2020 at 12:49 pm #10756marshdurden
I was going to suggest ahrefs like I always do until I read its costly for you. I can understand.
As you need for keyword research, competitor research and keywords tracking, there are no free tool that can provide you all this things out there.
I suggest you to use Mangool tools who gives kwfinder and other tools at budget price. I have used them when I was starting out and they are best at lower price end compared to others.October 6, 2020 at 1:19 pm #10766Bendera10
If using WordPress Yoast will help greatly!October 6, 2020 at 3:40 pm #10759AstronomerTechnical
Ubbersuggest is a good free keyword research tool. It does have daily limits but if you have multiple gmails you will be fine.October 6, 2020 at 4:02 pm #10757jakeinmn
This blog isn’t mine, but it outranked neil patel on a few guides. I use his methods for my clients blog.
Each blog reaches you how to improve a blog. It’s possibly the best non-major blog on blogs, and it’s written and fun to read.
There’s a few tools mentioned, but for a beginner I would say check it out.
Let me know if it helped.October 6, 2020 at 7:22 pm #10760ninadpathak
– Ubersuggest for free keyword ands competitor research
– Keywordshitter for free keyword suggestions
– Google suite for analytics and tracking
– Google sheetsOctober 6, 2020 at 10:09 pm #10761michaelvenia
I love using Google analytics, search console, Moz, and Yoast or All in One SEO if you’re on WordPress!October 7, 2020 at 12:05 am #10762jontyboshoff
A free SEMrush account can do all those things, but has its limitations.October 7, 2020 at 4:38 am #10763abdigitalau
Does anyone here use SE Ranking? It’s on the lower end of the pricing scale but still seems to offer a lot of tools 🤷♂️October 7, 2020 at 7:57 am #10764olayd
I’ve tried both Ahrefs and SEMrush, and for me SEMrush is the superior tool. The SEO agency that I work with has been using it for 4 years now, and we’re completely satisfied with the features. They’ve got a FREE 7-day trial, unlike Ahrefs trial which is $7.October 7, 2020 at 8:56 am #10765vividtroll73
Use Uber suggest, although it’s not free however you can do a lot in free. Also, use kw planner.
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