A great tool that can identify and think for you.  How about that?  Google Search-Based Keyword Tool can provide suggestions to each individual page of your website by giving you keywords that you can optimize on.  Simplify your keyword research and let this amazing tool do the work for you.  If you are seeking to optimize your website or blog and in dying need for niche long tail keywords than this perhaps can help you get started.

How Does Google’s Search-Based Keyword Tool Work?

The search-based keyword tool simply provides keyword ideas that you can use for Search Engine Optimization of your website.  Its unique algorithm and intelligence capabilities will scan each individual page of your website and provide keyword suggestions for which you can optimize.  You can find easy-to-follow Search-Based Keyword Tool Help with short videos that will outline step-by-step instructions on how to perform accurate research for your website.  If you’re anxious to get started than you can try my crash-course instruction below.

  1. Visit the Google Search-Based Keyword Tool Website in your favorite browser.
  2. In the Website text box type in the URL address of the website that you want to have analyzed.
  3. In the With words or phrases box below you can type root keywords that you are aiming to optimize your website for separated by a comma.
  4. When ready click on the  Find Keywords button to explore your keyword choices.

If you are an existing Google AdWords Account advertiser than you can also sign into your Google AdWords Account to sync your keyword research.  Any pre-existing keywords that may match your research will be excluded from your Campaign, Ad Group, Keyword Lists.  Please also keep in mind that this tool will perform search of the Google index only as you are optimizing for it.  It does not have access to any other external databases or search engines.  Therefore your Non-Paid Traffic results will be yield towards Google primarily.

Google Search-Based Keyword Tool Video

If you’re one of those people that prefer things presented in a visual format than feel free to watch the short video below.  It should give you a quick tutorial of how to get started with your research.