Unlike most other keyword research tools out there that merely provide the search volume and the CPC (cost per click) data for a keyword, Mondovo’s Keyword Research tool gives you a deeper insight into each of the keywords. You also have a number of filters at your disposal that helps you narrow your search down to the most relevant and target-worthy keywords.
Unlimited free keyword research
With Mondovo’s Keyword Research, you can get free Global Search Volume and CPC data for an unlimited number of keywords. It’s only when you wish to access location-specific data that you are required to pay. So there’s a wealth of data to be had without utilising any credits from your account.
Narrow your keyword research down to the city level
Mondovo makes it possible to do keyword research down to the city level. So, you can get location-specific search volume, CPC and Keyword Difficulty at a local level. This is particularly useful when you are running a local business or are interested in expanding your business to a new city.
The screenshot below is an illustration of a local keyword research. What you see is London-specific keyword research data for the keyword ‘Sunday roast with Yorkshire pudding’.
Database of more than 4 billion keyword phrases
Get access to thousands of keyword suggestions along with location-specific search volume and CPC data.
A keyword research for the term ‘Donald Trump’ fetches more than 10,000 keyword suggestions along with search volume and CPC data.
Get the Keyword Difficulty Levels for your target keywords
Get the most precise Keyword Difficulty metric in the SEO industry. The Keyword Difficulty score is based on an in-house algorithm that takes the following factors into consideration:
- The backlink strength of the ranking domain
- The backlink strength of the individual page on the domain
- The estimated organic traffic for the ranking domains
- Search volume data
- Number of search results the keyword triggers in Google
- Type of search results the keyword triggers in Google
Filter for phrase match and related keywords
The Keyword Research report provides both phrase match and related keywords.
Phrase match keywords are words that contain the keywords you used in your search, e.g. if you searched for “florida real estate”, then “florida real estate property prices” would be a phrase match.
Related keywords are words that don’t necessarily contain the same words, e.g. a search for “florida real estate” would show “florida property prices” as a related keyword.
An array of filters to shortlist keywords that matter
An array of filters, including 4 Quick Filters, help you narrow your focus down to the most relevant set of keyword suggestions. The filter options let you –
- Ignore keywords with low search volume
- Ignore keywords of high difficulty or CPC
- Filter keywords groups based on chosen term or phrase etc.
- Filter keywords based on word count
- Filter keywords based on relevancy
- Filter keywords based on whether they are question keywords, commercial keywords, positive keywords, or negative keywords.
Additionally, you also have the option to group and filter keywords based on specific terms or phrases.
And, if you wish to exclude a certain term from your results or view only those results that contain certain terms, you can do so with Mondovo’s inclusion & exclusion filter.
Instantly check the keyword on Google, Bing, Facebook, Twitter & Quora
Use the arrow icon next to the keyword to have the option to:
- open the local Google results page for this keyword
- open the Bing results page for this keyword
- open the Facebook search results page for the keyword
- open the Twitter feed for tweets containing the keyword
- open the Quora feed for questions & answers that contain the keyword
All these options can be super useful in gathering further insight about the keyword and possibly give you contextual relevance for your content piece.
Analyze the Google Trends for each keyword
Get the keyword trend graph for any search term. This can help you decide whether to target a keyword or not.
Along with the features mentioned in the point above, the last icon opens the Google Trends box for the keyword.
The screenshot below shows the keyword trend graph for the search term ‘Donald Trump’. It clearly shows the rise in the keyword’s popularity only since 2015.
Snapshot view of the Search Results
Mondovo provides a snapshot of how Google search results look for any keyword.
The image below shows the snapshot view for the search term ‘Donald Trump’ in the Google US search engine on Oct 24, 2017. It also shows that the keyword has a high SEO difficulty.
URL Difficulty Score: understand how difficult it would be to outrank a competing URL
URL Difficulty score is a novel metric that lets you assess the difficulty of each page ranking in the Top 10 for that keyword. This feature is available when you click on the Keyword Difficulty metric.
URL Difficulty score is calculated on a scale of 0 to 100. While a URL Difficulty score of 30 indicates low competition, anything above 50 would indicate significant competition.
The screenshot below shows 2 powerful pages ranking for the keyword ‘Donald Trump’.
Backlink and Traffic Stats of the Top Ranking Pages
For any given keyword, the Keyword Research tool provides the Backlink and the Traffic stats of the top 10 ranking pages.
The screenshot below shows that the CNN website has higher backlink strength & traffic figure compared to the other website.
Export you reports to Excel or CSV
All data pertaining to your keyword research report — keyword suggestions, search volume, CPC, keyword difficulty, etc. — can be exported in either Excel or CSV formats.