SEO Keyword Generators Tool
Keyword generators are tools that provide keyword suggestions for paid and organic search marketing campaigns. Basing your search marketing campaigns on brainstorming and guesswork is a sure way to sabotage your results, so a keyword generator tool should be a big part of your keyword research strategy for PPC and SEO.
WordStream's industry-leading website keyword tools deliver fast, accurate popular keywords and long-tail search queries that you can use to bring targeted, cost-effective traffic to your site.
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WordStream's free keyword generator tool is faster, more accurate and returns thousands more keywords than other popular keyword generators.
As an added bonus, our keyword tool is completely free!
We're able to offer better, more accurate keyword results because we constantly update a database with more than 1 trillion search queries from diverse sources.
Google AdWords Keyword Planner As A Keyword Generator
Many search marketers love to use Google AdWord's keyword planner tool as a keyword generator. Google's keyword tool is able to capture a huge volume of internet traffic and keyword variations, making it the go-to keyword generator for many. However, it has the following setbacks:
- You need an AdWords account to use it. Not sure with WordStream's Keyword Generator.
- Long-tail keywords are rarely recommended because it is a tool designed for advertisers to find keywords that can reach a high volume of visitors. These might not be your most targeted or cost-effective keywords.
While we're excited to see Google's Keyword Planner getting some cool new features, the issues with missing long-tail keywords and the necessity of having an AdWords account are big enough reasons for you to require additional keyword generators.
Bing Keyword Tool As A Keyword Generator
Bing's Keyword Tool can also be used as a free keyword generator. Where Google's AdWords Keyord Tool fails, Bing's Keyword Tool excels. Bing's keyword traffic data is exact, not rounded, and adustable by the date range you select. Furthermore, based on the date range you select, there is even a mini trends chart showing you the fluctuations of keyword volume, helping you identify seasonal keywords. However, Bing has the following setbacks:
- Lack of keyword volume data
- Lack of keyword suggestions
- Lack of long-tail keyword suggestions due to the lack of keyword volume data