The new keyword suggestion tool: faster, bigger, better

We have greatly improved the keyword suggestion tool in SEOprofiler. The keyword database in SEOprofiler now has 160 million keywords. That’s much more than you get from competing services:

  • SEOprofiler: 160 million keywords
  • KeywordSpy: 127 million keywords
  • SEMrush: 95 million keywords

SEOprofiler now offers at least 26% more keywords than other services. The keyword suggestion tool in SEOprofiler is available for 25 different countries and regions. We’ve invested $18,000 in new servers to offer you this comprehensive new keyword database.

How to find the best keywords for your website

There are several things that you can do to make sure that you get the best keywords for your website:

1. High volume keywords usually aren’t the best keywords

If a keyword is so competitive that your website won’t get on the first result page then this keyword won’t work for you. If you cannot make it on page one then it doesn’t make sense to use that keyword.

In addition, keywords with a high search volume are often very general keywords that do not drive targeted visitors to your site.

A targeted keyword with a low search volume will deliver more sales to your website. If you want great results, don’t waste your time on high volume keywords that will deliver worthless traffic to your site. Focus on long-tail keywords that are much more likely to convert. The new keyword database in SEOprofiler will help you to find these keywords.

2. Understand what the search numbers mean

Of course, the search volume is still important to find the most popular words. It’s important to know, however, that all keyword tools do not show the actual number of monthly searches. This also applies to Google’s own keyword tool.

Google’s keyword tool shows estimates of ad impressions, other keyword tools show the number of searches based on the sample that they can access.

Monthly search numbers can be used to judge the relative popularity of a keyword. Use them with a grain of salt. If a keyword is related to your business, you should use it on one of your web pages. A highly relevant keyword with few searches often has a higher conversion rate than a general keyword with many searches.

3. Use different keywords throughout your website

Some people put their keywords on every single page of their websites. That’s not a good strategy. If all of your pages are somewhat relevant to all of your keywords, your pages won’t get high rankings.

It’s much better if one page is highly relevant to one keyword. Optimize different pages of your website for different keywords. Of course, the keywords should be related to your business.

For example, optimize page one for the keyword “real estate agent”, page two for “real estate broker kansas”, etc. The more pages of your website you optimize, the better. If your website has many pages that have been otimized for keywords about a particular topic, your whole website will become relevant to this topic and it will be easier to get high rankings for the individual keywords.

The Top 10 Optimizer in SEOprofiler will help you to optimize your web pages for your keywords.

4. Don’t forget local keywords

For some keywords such as “plumber”, Google automatically shows local results. Google understands that people searching for “plumber” probably want to find a local plumber.

The ranking algorithm for local keywords is different from the algorithms that are used for normal keywords. If your business uses local keywords, read this to make sure that your website can be found for local searches.

Test the new keyword suggestion tool now!

Keywords are the cornerstone of successful search engine optimization campaigns. The new keyword suggestion tool in SEOprofiler helps you to find the best keywords for your website. If you target the right keywords, your website will get more targeted visitors and more sales.

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Tom Cassy

Tom Cassy is the CEO of SEOprofiler. He blogs about search engine optimization and website marketing topics at “”.