I am sure you want to rank higher on Google. But that will only happen if you target the best keywords. And KWFinder is the perfect tool to find such keywords. Today, I am here with the KWFinder review and my take on this awesome keyword research tool.
KWFinder is a keyword research tool by Mangools that will help you find the right keywords that will improve your rankings on Google. With this powerful tool, you can find long-tail keywords, keywords with low difficulty and many untapped keywords in your niche.
What’s great about KWFinder is that you can get the exact search volume of the keywords. Since the Google Keyword Planner now only displays the search volume range, it has become difficult to find the exact number of searches for a keyword.
KWFinder solves this problem and gives the exact search volumes for any keyword. So now, you can find keywords in your niche easily. The tool is simple to use and provides many other metrics apart from just search volume.
In this article, I’ll walk you through the tool and will show you how to use KWFinder for finding untapped keyword opportunities. At the end I’ll share the ultimate KWFinder review and whether this tool is worth using or not.
How To Use KWFinder For Keyword Research
I have divided this guide into different categories so that you can jump through any section easily.
Some Important Metrics You Need To Know Before You Begin
Before you begin using KWFinder to find low competition long-tail keywords, there are some metrics and terms you need to know.
This will help you understand what these terms mean so that you choose the perfect keywords and don’t make any mistakes in your keyword research.
Trend: KWFinder shows the trend of search of the keyword in the last 12 months. This trend is shown as a graph. The graph shows the number of searches in the last 12 months.
Search: The average search volume of the keyword in the last 12 months. Here, you will see the exact search volume for the keyword you search.
CPC: The average cost per click of the keyword. This CPC is based on Google Adwords data.
PPC: The level of competition in advertising. It ranges from 0-100 where 0 is minimum and 100 is maximum.
DIFF: The difficulty of the keyword. This difficulty is based on DA, PA, MR and MT of the pages ranking first on Google SERP. The keyword difficulty ranges from 0-100.
Est. Visits: These are the estimated visits per month on this SERP.
So these were the important terms you need to know about KWFinder. Let us now find some keywords using this tool.
How To Do Keyword Research Using KWFinder
Head over to KWFinder and enter your keyword. I am searching for ‘on page seo’.
Here is the result page. On this page, you can see the difficulty of the keyword, SERP stats and keyword suggestions.
Let’s first talk about search suggestions first.
KWFinder – Search Suggestions
Search suggestions gives a list of keyword suggestions. Here you’ll discover many untapped keyword opportunities. It shows you the search trend, search volume, CPC, PPC and difficulty.
You can also filter the results of your keyword search. This allows you to narrow down your search and find keywords that will help your website rank better on Google.
You can also import keywords and find their difficulty. You might be thinking this feature is of no use. But consider this:
What if you have a huge list of keywords and want to find their difficulty. I’m pretty sure that you won’t be searching each and every keyword separately. The best option is to import.
But Ahfaz, I don’t have any big list of keywords. So this feature is of no use to me, right?
While KWFinder does provide you suggestions for keywords but you can analyze a ton of keywords. Just head over to Ubersuggest and enter your keyword. The tool will give you a huge list of keyword. Now, download this list and import it on KWFinder.
There are two ways of importing keywords in KWFinder. You can either copy and paste keywords directly or you can import from a file.
KWFinder will then give you all the metrics of the keywords. All you need to do now is to use the filters and find low competition keywords with high search volume.
So this was all about the search suggestions. Now, let’s move on to the SERP stats.
KWFinder – SERP Stats
KWFinder gives you the SERP stats of the keyword you searched. Here, it shows you metrics Domain Authority (DA), Page Auhtority (PA), MozRank, MozTrust, number of links to the URL, number of Facebook likes of the URL, number of Google+ shares of the URL, SEO difficulty rank and estimated number of visits on the URL.
This helps you figure out whether it’s easy to rank first on the SERP. As mentioned above, KWFinder also shows the SEO difficulty. It is the difficulty of the URL and tells you how hard it is to compete. It ranges from 0-100 and the higher the SEO difficulty is, the harder it is to rank.
What I love about KWFinder is that it shows keyword traffic estimation. So even if you find a keyword you can rank, you can find out how much traffic you’ll get after ranking on top of the SERP.
You can get more detailed stats of the SERP by just going to SERPChecker. It’s a sister tool of KWFinder and shows you complete SERP stats of the keyword you search.
Let’s now move on to the keyword difficulty.
KWFinder – Keyword Difficulty
This is the best feature of KWFinder. The keyword difficulty data is used from multiple providers like Moz and Majestic. This way, you can find difficulty of any keyword without paying a lot for SEO tools.
Last feature of this tool is the search trend graph.
KWFinder – Search Trend
Here, you can find the exact search volume of the keyword for the last 12 months. This gives you a clear idea of the trend of the keyword.
So this is all about KWFinder. But it’s not over yet.
Create A List Of Keywords
You can create lists on KWFinder to organize your keyword research. This helps you stay organized and find keywords from your list quickly.
Suppose I found a few keywords I want to target. To add these keywords to a list, select the keywords and click on ‘Add to List’.
Once you select the keywords you want to add to your list, KWFinder will ask you to create a list or add the keywords to an existing list.
After adding keywords to your list, you can access the list by clicking on the top menu.
This way you don’t have to search for the same keyword again. You can just go to your list and find those keywords.
Search History – Find Your Recent Keyword Searches
KWFinder also allows you to look at your history. Here, you can find the recent keyword searches.
So this was all about KWFinder. It’s a really great tool and you must start using it. Here are the pricing plans of this awesome keyword research tool.
KWFinder Pricing & Plans
Mangools provides 3 pricing plans for their tools. The free plan allows 3 keyword searches per day. The basic plan, which I consider the best plan you must go for allows 100 searches per day. It also provides 200 related keyword searches every day.
Not only this, you will also get complete access to SERPChecker also.
My recommendation is that you should go for the basic annual plan. This way you’ll be saving $199 every year.
KWFinder Review – My Final Verdict
As I said above, here is the final KWFinder review and my verdict on this keyword research tool.
I’ve been using this tool a lot lately and I’m loving it. The interface is simple and allows you to find keywords quickly.
Compared to other keyword research tools, I consider this one as the most affordable. You can’t find any other tool like KWFinder that provides so awesome features in such a low pricing plan.
I would totally recommend you to subscribe now for Mangools KWFinder. You’ll also get complete access to SERPChecker. Two awesome tools at very affordable rates.