2. SEO Vs SEM
3. SEO Jargon
4. Major Google SEO Updates
5. What Makes A Website Rank
6. SEO Don’ts
7. Header Tags
8. Yoast SEO Introduction
9. How To Setup Yoast SEO
10. How To Use Yoast SEO
11. Google Webmaster Tools
12. Google Webmaster Tools Setup
13. Google’s Keyword Planner
14. Firefox SEO Addons
15. MozBar – Chrome SEO Extension
17. Steal Your Competitors SEO
18. Firefox Form Autofill
19. How To Create Backlinks
20. Local SEO
21. Things To Know
22. Thank You!
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The Keyword Planner is a free Google tool that allows you to see the estimated number of searches for a specific keyword and the level of competition it has.
You can also use the Keyword Planner to find new keywords.
1. A google account is required to use the Google Keyword Planner.
Get Search volume Data And Trends
This feature of the Keyword Planner allows you to enter multiple keywords and compare the average amount of searches each keyword receives each month, along with their competition level.
You can also download the data shown in the Keyword Planner as an excel spreadsheet by clicking on the Download button.
Just for your information, Suggested bid is related to Google Ads but because you are using the Keyword Planner to do SEO research, you do not need to worry about it.
Search For New Keywords Using A Phrase, Website Or Category
You can use this feature of the Keyword Planner to find new keyword ideas.
Along with the keyword ideas you can see their average monthly searches and level of competition.
TIP: If you enter your competitors website in Your landing page, you can get keyword ideas directly from their website.