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About Silver Moon

Silver Moon is the developer of the seo tool called SeoStack. He is into blogging and programming and been doing this for over 10 years now.

How to get keyword suggestions from Bing using SeoStack

By | January 22, 2016

Bing keyword suggestion Tool

Bing is the most popular search engine after Google and Youtube and a nice place to find keyword ideas for your next blog post or piece of content.

Just like Google and Youtube, Bing also provides keyword suggestions as you type into the search box. Utilising this feature, we can get lots of keyword ideas around a niche or product.

bing keyword suggestions

Bing Keyword Suggestions

Although the number of search queries made on Bing is smaller compared to Google, it is still useful to find unique keyword phrases that might not be visible on Google.

In this post we shall see how to use SeoStack to fetch keyword suggestions from Bing and volume data from Google.

Get keyword suggestions using SeoStack

SeoStack can fetch keyword suggestions from many different search engines like Google, Youtube, Bing etc. Here we show you how to use it to fetch from Bing.

After fetching keyword suggestions from Bing, we shall also get search volume data from Google keyword planner.

First download and install SeoStack from

Now launch SeoStack and open the keyword suggestion tool by clicking Tools > Keyword Suggestions. A new tab will open up.

1. Type the seed keyword in the left box
2. Select Bing as the keyword source.
3. Almost instantly keywords would start popping up in the data table on right.

SeoStack uses different modifiers with the seed keyword to fetch keyword suggestions. These include alphabets a-z and numbers 0-9. The modifiers are by default suffixed to the seed keyword.

Get search volume and cpc data

The previous step generates keyword ideas. But we still need to get search volume data to find and pick out the most valuable and profitable keyword.

1. Click the “Save to list” button and save keywords to a new list.
2. Open the list by clicking its name on the right hand side box.
3. Select all keywords. Click the Get Volume data button at the bottom and then Start.

It will take few minutes to fetch the volume data from Keyword Planner. Once its finished the table should show the search volume data and cpc data for the keywords. If any keyword is missing the numbers, it would mean that the keyword does not have significant traffic as reported by keyword planner.

Now you have keywords from Bing and search volume data from Google. Since the search volume is google it means that the keyword has traffic on Google and is worth writing content for.

Go ahead, write great content and rank well.

7 best free tools to get keyword suggestions from Google in 2016

By | January 18, 2016

Google keyword suggestion tools

Keyword suggestion tools – Find long tail keywords

Keyword suggestions are a great way to discover long tail keywords in your market or niche and develop content ideas to write blog posts that attract lots of visitors.

Most search engine provide users with look-ahead keyword suggestions as they type in their query in the search box. These suggestions provide valuable insights into the market and ideas about what people are searching.

In this post we take a look at the best free keyword suggestions tools that you can use to get keywords from Google’s auto-suggest database.

1. SeoStack Chrome Extension

A free and easy to use chrome extension that gets you keyword suggestions from Google and Youtube. Install from the following url –
Seostack keyword tool Chrome extension

Seostack keyword tool Chrome extension

Allows you to input multiple seed keywords. Each seed keyword is modified using letters a-z and numbers 0-9, and then the keyword suggestions are fetched. Also supports exporting keywords to a csv file.

2. Ubersuggest

Ubersuggest is a web based tool and can be found here. Input a seed keyword and it would generate keyword suggestions from Google.

Ubersuggest modifies the seed keyword with alphabets and numbers to generate upto 300 or more keyword suggestions. It also has a nested user interface that allows you to further dig a keyword with a single click

3. Hypersuggest

Hypersuggest is another tool similar to Ubersuggest. It can fetche keyword suggestions from both Google and Youtube. Hypersuggest allows you to select keywords and download them as csv.

4. Soovle

soovle keyword suggestion tool

Soovle is another web based tool, but with a decorative design. It also supports many more engines compared to Ubersuggest and Hypersuggest. However Soovle shows very few suggestions for each keyword.

Soovle supports multiple search engines including Google, Youtube, Yahoo, Bing, Amazon, Wikipedia, etc.

5. lsigraph
lsigraph keyword tool

lsigraph keyword tool

Lsigraph is another neat little tool that generates keyword suggestions around the given seed keyword. It does not use a wildcard pattern for each alphabet. Instead gives a small number of keywords per seed keyword.

6. SeoChat keyword suggestion tool

Web based simple tool that fetches keyword suggestions from Google, Bing, Amazon and Youtube. It performs wildcard based queries by appending letters a-z after the seed keyword and makes the query.

Exports keywords to a simple line separated text file.

7. AnswerThePublic keyword suggestion tool

AnswerThePublic has a unique fancy user interface. It fetches keywords by adding alphabets, prepositions and query words (like what, when, how) to the seed keyword.

The question modifiers quickly generate some of the most common question patterns around the seed keyword. These are questions that people are typing and are likely to have good traffic opportunity.

Keywords are displayed in a fancy visual format (like lsigraph), as well as a simple table format. There is an option to export the keywords to a csv file. Keyword are fetched only from Google

That’s all

That’s all for now. Try out those keyword suggestion tools to find long tail keywords.

If you know of another great keyword suggestion tool that should be in the list, leave a comment below and let me know.

Thanks for reading.

How to get allintitle and allinurl data for keywords using SeoStack

By | January 9, 2016

allintitle tool seostack

Allintitle and Keyword Competition

The allintitle metric is one of the most used seo metrics for analyzing the level of competition that exists for a keyword in Google. It allows users to check competition levels for multiple keywords at one go.

Here is an example – allintitle:best front load washer

With that query, google will find and report all pages that have all of the words of the phrase, in their title tag. Now the trick over here is to take a look at the total number of such pages.

Depending on the niche or market, if the number is on a lower side, it would mean that there is little competition for the keyword and you should go ahead to write a post or article about it on your site and try to rank.

allintitle seo

allintitle seo

If the number of results is high, then it means that lots of competitors are already targeting that keyword and try to rank for it and it would be wise to skip that keyword and look for some other.

Similar to allintitle, there are 2 more search operators that are commonly used, namely allinurl and allinanchor.

Allinurl will find all pages that have the keyword in its url and allinanchor will find pages that have an anchor link with the keyword as the anchor text. Both these metrics can be used to further check the competition level.

More the number of pages using the keyword phrase in title, url and anchor text, higher is the competition.

Get allintitle data with SeoStack

When you are doing keyword research and scanning a large list of keywords, you would want to quickly gauge the competition level of the keywords without having to work on each of them one at a time. The allintitle technique is useful then.

With SeoStack you can fetch allintitle, allinurl for multiple keywords together. Here is how to do it

1. Open any keyword list.
2. Select the keywords for which you want the allintitle data.
3. Click the “Get SEO Metrics” button at the bottom.
4. Select the desired metrics. And click Start

seostack allintitle data

seostack allintitle data

The process of fetching allintitle data from Google takes time. For every keyword, a query is made to google and the results are analyzed.

Filter and Sort

Once the data is available, you can move on to picking up keywords with the metric number in the desired. The filter box on the left can be used to filter out keywords with the allintitle number in a specific range.

And after that just sort the list to find the best keywords on top.

Do not rely on just allintitle data for checking keyword competition

By | January 6, 2016

allintitle seo keyword competition analysis


The allintitle metric was once ( and even today ) commonly used to estimate keyword competition and see if it would easy to rank for that keyword, without significant SEO ( or lots of backlinks! ).

The technique is quite simple. Just search the keyword with “allintitle:” prefixed to it and Google would show the pages that have all words of the keyword in their page titles. Count the number of results that exist.

The more the number of such pages, higher the number of sites targeting that keyword and in effect competing.

If you find one with very few number of pages in the Google results, then the competition is low and you have a game that you can win easily. Just write good content, do little social promotion and you should land on the first page.

Otherwise, if the number of results is higher, you know that it will need more seo power to reach upto the first page.

What’s wrong with this approach

The allintitle technique is a very gross method of assessing the competition level across the entire index of Google. It is like an average number taken over a giant data set.

That is the fundamental flaw in this approach. Theoretically if you see only 20 results it would mean very very low competition, but what if the only 10 sites are highly seo optimized and its impossible to beat them.

Allintitle is very unreliable in case of long tail keywords

The allintitle technique becomes even less useful when used with long tail keywords. The more the number of words in the keyword, fewer will be the number of pages shown in the result set.

Consider the following keyword –

how to make a website in wordpress for free

Doing an allintitle search –

allintitle:how to make a website in wordpress for free



Based on the result count number, the keyword might appear to have low competition, but that is not the case. The keyword is more competitive than what it appears. Therefore it would be wise to not rely on the allintitle numbers alone.

Analyze the actual top competitors in the SERPS

The only real way to gauge the level of competition of a keyword is by checking the top sites in the search results. That is to find how strong the top sites are seo-wise.

The process again is quite simple.

1. Search google for the keyword. Note the top 10, first page urls.
2. Analyse each url using metrics like backlink count, domain age, onpage optimization etc.

But this takes time and some extra tools. To get the number of backlinks of any url or domain, you need to use some service like ahrefs or semrush.

Many of these services have a free chrome extension that works directly inside Chrome browser and gets you the relevant data very quickly.

Here is a quick screenshot of how you could use the free ahrefs chrome toolbar to get the backlink count of urls in search result of Google.

ahrefs keyword competition

ahrefs keyword competition

So if you see that most urls have a high authority number and lots of backlinks, then its obvious that your competitors are strong and you would need more seo power to compete.

However if the authority numbers are low and the pages don’t seem to be relevant to the keyword or the topic, then the competition level is low and all you would need is a good piece of content with little seo work, to rank.

Analyse keyword competition with SeoStack

SeoStack has an inbuilt module to check keyword competition level, with an approach similar to the above.

Click on Tools > Competition Analysis and a new tab would open. Type in the keyword on the left and click “Analyse”. It would then fetch the top 10 urls in google results for the keyword and analyse the seo strength of each url.

Here is a quick screenshot.

seostack keyword competition analysis

seostack keyword competition analysis

Take a look at the average keyword competitiveness value at the bottom. It would indicate how easy or difficult it would be to rank for that keyword. Decide accordingly.

Limitations of competitor analysis technique

Even the second approach of analyzing competitor urls is becoming less effective with certain type of keywords. The most impact is seen with buyer keywords. Google is becoming increasingly smarter at determining the intent of keywords and is altering search results accordingly.

So with buyer keywords, Google is biased towards showing results from ecommerce sites and brand sites, even if they appear to not have strong seo factors.

In such cases, its best to manually review the search result pages and determine the feasibility of reaching the top ranks.

Presenting the free SeoStack Chrome extension for keyword research

By | December 31, 2015

SeoStack Keyword Tool – Chrome extension

Hello everybody, we are happy to announce the release of SeoStack chrome extension that you can use for keyword research, absolutely free.

Here is the link to download

Seostack keyword tool Chrome extension

Seostack keyword tool Chrome extension


The free chrome extension can do the following things –

1. Get keyword suggestions from Google
2. Get keyword suggestions from Youtube
3. Export keywords as csv

How it works

The extension installs inside chrome and shows a button on the toolbar. Clicking the toolbar button would open a separate page with the keyword tool. Simply type in the seed keyword in the left box and click start.

The table on the right would start filling up with keywords. The keywords are fetched directly from Google and Youtube.

And its absolutely free to use

How to get keywords from Ebay using SeoStack

By | December 8, 2015

ebay keyword tool

Keyword suggestions from Ebay

Ebay is another popular ecommerce site like amazon that sells almost all kinds of products. Its a great place discover keyword ideas, since lots of people search for products on ebay.

Whenever you search something on, it shows a dropdown listing related searches to whatever you have typed in. This keyword suggestion feature can be used to get keyword ideas quickly around any product.

ebay keyword suggestions box

ebay keyword suggestions box

Simply type “product name a”, “product name b” …… upto z and you shall see lots of keyword phrases coming up based on the input. These are the keywords that are popular and that is why ebay is showing them.

However doing the whole thing by hand will take quite some time. So we shall use SeoStack to automate the entire process. Keep reading to learn more.

1. Get keyword suggestions using Free SeoStack Chrome Extension

The SeoStack chrome extension is a free tool that generates long tail keyword ideas from various search engines including Google, Bing, Yahoo, Youtube, Amazon and Ebay.

Here is a quick screenshot –

Get keywords from youtube using seostack chrome extension

Install SeoStack Chrome Extension

Simply feed a seed keyword and select Ebay as the search engine and click start. It will then produce upto 300 keyword ideas around the seed keyword.

Once you have generated enough keywords, head over to Google keyword planner and feed in the keywords over there to get the search volume and cpc data.

2. Get keyword suggestions using SeoStack

You can also use the SeoStack desktop software to generate keywords from Ebay. If you haven’t already done so, download SeoStack and install it onto your machine. Then launch it.

Download SeoStack Desktop version

To grab keywords from ebay click on Tools > Keyword Suggestions inside SeoStack.

1. Enter seed keywords in the box on left.
2. Select Ebay as keyword source.
3. Click the Search button.

Almost instantly, keywords would start appearing on the right side table. All these are fresh keywords directly from Ebay. Here is a quick screenshot.

ebay keyword suggestions

ebay keyword suggestions

Get search volume and cpc data for keywords

After generating the keywords, click “Save to List” and save the keywords to a list. Unless you do so, the keywords will vanish on closing the software.

After saving to list, open the list by double clicking the list on the right pane. You shall notice that the Volume column is filled with 0.

1. Click on any keyword. Press Ctrl+A to select all keyword.
2. Click “Get Search Volume” button at the bottom
3. Click Start.

After a few minutes, the volume and cpc column would be filled with data. Here is a screen shot.

ebay keywords search volume

ebay keywords search volume

Now you have the volume and cpc data along with the entire list of keywords. Choose the keywords that suit best to your content strategy.

How to check keyword competition and see if you can rank

By | December 7, 2015

analyze keyword competition

Keyword Competition Analysis

After you have done some keyword research and found nice long tail keywords with buyer intent, the next task is to check the level of competition that exists on google for those keywords.

If the competition is higher than what you can compete with, move on to the next keyword. If the keyword appears to have low competition, build content and try to rank it.

Sounds very easy, and it gets easier as you start doing it with enthusiasm and energy. So this post shows you the exact steps you need to know in order to properly calculate the competition level of a keyword and decide whether or not should that keyword be selected for your next piece of content.

Old method

It might be a little worthwhile to know about some of the old techniques that have become obsolete now.

Many years ago, some keyword research tools used to calculate keyword competition level using special google operators known as “allintitle”, “allinurl” and “allinanchor” and also exact match search count. It was easier, quicker and the data from google was available for free.

The process was something like this. Lets say you keyword is –

“get more traffic to your website for free”

Now do an allintitle search for the keyword and check the number of results reported by Google.
allintitle:get more traffic to your website for free

Smaller the result count (say less than 1000), lower the competition. However this approach is now largely inaccurate.

For the above keyword, less than 1000 results ( at the time of writing this post ) would come up. Theoretically this sounds an easy keyword. However, there is significant competition around this keyword.

This happens because of the “long tail” nature of the keyword. Using allintitle with a long tail keyword with 5-6 or more words, results in fewer pages returned by Google. It is easy to see why.

A better approach – analyze the competitors

A more reliable method is to analyze the top competitors and see how strong they are, before deciding to go into a battle with them.

If the top 10 competing urls are weaker than your site, then in most cases ranking on page 1 would be an easy target for your site.

Simply search for the term, and note the top 10 results. Now check how strong are they. There are a number of ways to analyze their strength. Some useful metrics are

1. Number of backlinks to the domain – Yes, this directly relates to the PR of the domain
2. Number of backlinks to the page – Yes, this directly relates to the PR of the page
3. OnPage optimization around the keyword
4. “Popularity” of the site – The CTR factor

Now this can take quite some time and effort, if done manually. There are plenty of online services to find out the backlinks of a site. Some are free, some are paid

There are some other tools that do the analysis work for you by evaluating all factors and generating a single digit score which indicates the strength. Sites like and provide a distinctive number called “authority measure” for each page that exists out there. It is believed that this number takes into account the backlinks and quality of backlinks.

However, not all these sites provide the data for free and have paid subscriptions to get access to the data.

Ahrefs provides a free chrome extension that provides authority scores for free.

1. Use Ahrefs Chrome extension

Ahrefs has provided a chrome extension that shows statistics from for free. On google search result page, it shows statistics for all the result pages, making it easy and convenient to analyse the SEO strength of each url.

Here is a quick screenshot

ahrefs keyword competition check

The important ahrefs metrics that you need to check –

1. Page Url Rank (UR) – A number from 0 to 100.
2. Domain Url Rank(DR) – A number from 0 to 100.
3. Backlinks and referring domains to the page and Domain.

Now both the page url rank and domain rank take into consideration the backlinks to the page and domain respectively.

By looking at the Page UR and DR values it is possible to make a reasonable guess about how difficult it would be to compete with those urls.

How to use the Page UR value to estimate competitor strength –

1-20 : Indicates a weak competitor
20-30 : Moderate
30+ : Powerful

Exception – There is however one exception to the above rule. If the results contain ecommerce sites like amazon, ebay, bestbuy etc, then even though the Page UR value might be very low, it would not be easy to rank above them.

This is simply because Google gives more importance to ecommerce sites, if the user’s search intent is of buying something.

Low Page UR and high DR – If the results contain youtube videos, or facebook pages for instance, the domain rank would be higher but the Page UR would be very low. This again indicates low competition.

Very low Page UR – If the Page UR is very low ( < 10), this potentially indicates very low competition and an easy chance to rank.

2. Use SeoStack

The above shown method is still quite cumbersome. You need to type in each search query into google and then manually analyze the metrics provided by ahrefs for each individual urls.

The whole process is much easier with SeoStack. SeoStack has an inbuilt competition checker module that automatically searches google for the top results and then fetches relevant metrics and calculates a single digit score that indicates the keyword competition level.

Here is a screenshot

seostack keyword competition analysis

seostack keyword competition analysis

The process gets even easier with the Keyword Competition column, where you just need to press the calculate button next to a keyword to get the competition score. This way you can analyze multiple keywords quickly.

Here is a brief description of how to interpet the keyword competition score shown by SeoStack –

1-10 : Very low competition
10-20 : Low competition
20-30 : Moderate competition
30-40 : High competition
40+ : Very high competition

Ideally you would like to target keywords with competition level between 0-20. Though you can go for more competitive keywords if you already own an authoritative site having good seo power.

How to get keywords from Amazon using SeoStack

By | December 5, 2015

amazon keyword research tool

Amazon keyword suggestions

Amazon’s affiliate program is one of the most popular among affiliate programs among marketers. There is a vast collection of products to select from and almost everyone can find something that tunes to his or her interests.

If you are building an amazon affiliate site, its important to do some keyword research to find the low lying, low competition, long tail keywords that can drive targeted traffic to your site quickly and with less effort.

When you type something in the search bar on amazon, it starts showing up suggestions around that term. These are the keyword suggestions that are useful to research the market around a particular product.

This tutorial shows how to use SeoStack to fetch keyword ideas from amazon and also get volume and cpc data.

SeoStack Amazon suggestion tool

The keyword suggestion feature of SeoStack allows you to fetch keywords from Amazon’s keyword suggestions.

First you need to download and install SeoStack. Download it here –

Install using the downloaded setup file and put in your license key to activate, and you are ready to go.

1. Get keyword suggestions from Amazon

Launch SeoStack, and click on Tools > Keyword Suggestions. A new tab will open.

1. Type the keyword in the box on the left,
2. Select “Amazon” from the keyword sources option below it.
3. Then Click start

amazon keyword suggestions

amazon keyword suggestions

In a few seconds, the data grid will be filled with lots of keywords, all of which would be coming directly from amazon.

2. Get search volume data

After generating keywords using the suggestion tool, click on “Save to List” button at the bottom and save the keywords to a list. The list name should appear on the right panel. Double click and open the list.

1. After opening the keyword list, click on any keyword, then Ctrl+A to select all keywords.
2. Click “Get Volume” button at the bottom and click start.

It shall now fetch volume and cpc data from keyword planner and display it in the respective columns and also save it automatically.

amazon keywords search volume

amazon keywords search volume

Once you have the search volume data, select those keywords that you would wish to target. Next calculate the keyword competitiveness by clicking on the “Calculate” button on each keyword row.

Following the above steps should get you plenty of keywords that are targeted on your product and are low competition and easy to target.

3. Get even more keywords

Sort the keywords by search volume in descending order and you can see those keywords on the top that have the highest number of searches per month. These keywords potentially have many more long tail keywords under them.

If you wish to find out even more long tail keywords, select these high volume keywords and search them again using the suggestion tool. The list of keywords shall keep growing like this and you would have lots and lots of them.

Again save the keywords to a list and calculate the competition for each and find those which have very low competition.

3 good reasons why you should use and target Long Tail keywords in seo

By | December 4, 2015

Why long tail

In modern SEO, long tail keywords are the most important and fundamental element to build your content marketing strategy. As a business you are selling some kind of product or service, and you need the right kind of traffic to come to your site.

Traffic that buys your stuff. And long tail keywords do exactly that same thing. Long tail keywords drive highly targeted traffic to your site that is looking for whatever you are selling.

Google Hummingbird and Long tail keywords

You might already know, that ever since the hummingbird update to Google’s search engine (that happened sometime back in 2013-14), long tail keywords have gained supreme dominance when it comes to selecting keywords.

With hummingbird, Google search now heavily determines the “intent” of the search and shows results accordingly. For example if someone searches for “pizzas” google will assume that the user is looking for a pizza and will show restaurants and shops nearby the user in the search result.

So Google will not show pages that tell what a pizza is or how to make one. Google will also tailor the results heavily based on the location.

This brings great opportunities for SEO, as now google recognizes the “intent” of long tail keywords better than before, making it easier for sites to rank for proper long tail keywords with proper content.

In this post we take a look at the most important 3 reasons why you should pursue a “long tail strategy” in your content marketing efforts to maximize returns.

1. Higher search intent – targeted traffic

What is search intent ? It is the intention of the person to find what he is looking for. Of course every seeker has a real intent every time he or she searches for something, but the level of intent differs.

Long tail vs Short tail

“make ice cream” – The user is probably interested in learning how to make an ice cream, or looking for a particular ice cream recipe or something similar.

“make eggless ice cream at home” – The user is looking for something very specific. Very high level intent.

Take another example

“bluetooth headphone” – The user wants to know what a bluetooth headphone is ? Or is he looking to buy a bluetooth headphone ? Or is he looking for some technical information about bluetooth headphones ?
The intent is not very clear.

“bluetooth headset for iphone 6” – The user is actually looking to buy a bluetooth headset for his iphone 6. This is a very specific query.

The level of detail specified by a user in long tail keyword is much higher, which makes these keywords ideal for targeting for a specific purpose, which is mostly selling stuff.

So if you want to sell headphones on your website, try targeting the long tail version of the keyword shown above.

2. Lower serp competition – easier to rank!

Like already mentioned above, since the hummingbird update, Google pays special attention to long tail search phrases and shows results accordingly. This means that for long tail keywords Google considers those pages better that target the long tail keyword specifically.

This narrows down the competition, since long tail keywords have lower competitions compared to the more generic short tail keywords. This makes it easier to rank for such keywords and get traffic faster and with less effort.

3. Opportunity to build more content – better SEO

Since long tail keywords bring in a lot of variety, they can be used to build more content. Start writing a new post for each different long tail keyword.

Each page has a different page title, a different meta description and unique content. Google likes that. You are not only making Google happy with your site, but also producing value for your readers.

More content means more SEO and a stronger and better site. Since you would be driving traffic from a larger set of keywords, the overall site traffic would be able to sustain for a longer time when competition comes up.

How to get keyword ideas from Youtube with SeoStack

By | December 3, 2015

youtube keyword research tool

Get on Youtube – the 2nd largest search engine

Youtube is the second most used search engine after Google, making it the most powerful content marketing platform after Google, though with a different kind of content that is videos.

People search videos for almost everything like reviews, how-tos etc. This has enabled businesses to use it successfully as a marketing platform and generate leads and sales.

This post shows you how to do keyword research on youtube to find the most potential keywords to drive targeted traffic in big volumes to your site.

SeoStack suggestion tool

Although there are plenty of web based tool out there that can scrape keyword suggestions from youtube, in this tutorial we shall be using SeoStack which is lot more powerful.

It can not only fetch keyword ideas from youtube, but also supports using wildcard, and gets volume data using keyword planner in one place.

If you have not already done so, download SeoStack from now and start using it.

1. Generate keyword ideas from Youtube

1. Click on Tools > Suggestions.
2. A tab will popup, type the keywords in the left box
3. Select Youtube as the keyword source, and click Start.

youtube keyword suggestions

youtube keyword suggestions

Within a few seconds the table on the right should get filled with lots of keywords. These keywords are fetched by adding alphabets and numbers to the source keyword and make Youtube generate suggestions around them.

2. Get search volume data for the keywords

After having generated the keywords, click Save to List button at the bottom and save all keywords in a list. The list name should appear on the right side panel where all keyword lists are listed.

Now open the list. You can see the keywords that were generated in the previous tab using Youtube suggestions.

1. Click on any row on the data grid, press Ctrl+A to select all rows.
2. Click the “Get Volume” button at the bottom and click Start.

youtube keywords search volume

youtube keywords search volume

Now this tool will get the search volume data from Keyword Planner. Keep in mind that these volume numbers are for Google search and not Youtube search. However the relative differences in the numbers can always help to decide which keyword would work better.