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3 Keyword Suggestion Tools for Digital Marketers

Imagine you’re a digital marketer. You’ve got a product, a landing page, and a ton of potential. But, is your keyword list ready to kick off a paid advertising campaign?

Enhance your digital marketing prowess using these 3 free keyword suggestion tools. Run better campaigns for digital ads. Uncover more high-converting keywords and longtail search phrases. Earn more clicks. Convert more customers. And do more business online.

Free Keyword Suggestion Research Tools

UberSuggest

UberSuggest is a free to use keyword suggestion tool with a really nice user-interface.

Enter your primary search phrase and watch all the quality-longtail-keyword-suggestions populate for use in your digital marketing campaigns. UberSuggest even lets you export and download the keyword results as a CSV file. Stay organized and easily bulk import the ones you like into Google AdWords and Bing Ads for use in your campaigns.

SEMRush

SEMRush is like UberSuggest — on steroids.

Input keywords to get suggestions. And also, get a bunch of other useful features.

My favorite feature is the ability to export the results as CSV files with the longtail keywords grouped by related terms in separate tabs — making it feel like Microsoft Excel or Google Sheets.

AdWord & SEO Keyword Permutation Generator

AdWord & SEO Keyword Permutation Generator is another really amazing tool for coming up with creative new combinations of powerful keyword phrases.

Input variations of segments from your longtail searches and watch the permutation tool magically make new combinations of your words and phrases.

It’s a great way to most out of your words.

In addition, it’s an excellent tool to help with creating “exact match” keyword lists.

Bonus Keyword Research Tool

Google Correlate

Google Correlate is another awesome keyword research tool.

It’s a Google service based on Google’s search data, so you know you’re getting the real deal.

Enter keywords (phrases, or search terms) and it shows other additional words your words are often paired with. What you end up with is a list of search correlations from real searches based on recent search histories.