New: Organic Keyword Filters

When our users speak, we listen. Over the past few months, we’ve noticed more and more users asking for a feature where they could further drill down the keywords shown on the Organic Keywords page. We loved this idea and put the wheels in motion to get it done. Today we are able to release…

True Volume / Search Volume Update

Over the next few weeks, you may start noticing certain keywords showing drastically different search volumes than what they had shown previously. This is due to a big algorithm change we are rolling out to what we call our “True Volume” algorithm. If you are completely unfamiliar with our True Volume algorithm I suggest you…

SERP Analysis Table

We have updated the SERP analysis table to give you more relevant data. We’ve added a few columns and removed other columns that are no longer relevant to determining the keyword difficulty. In this tutorial, we will go over a description of what each column is telling you and why it may be important to…

New Feature: Cached Keyword Difficulty Scores

One of the most requested features of Keysearch was the ability to see more keyword scores without needing to check them manually. Today we’re happy to announce a new feature that does just that called “Cached Keyword Scores”. Normally we had what we called a “real-time cache” of keyword scores (7-30 days depending). When doing…

Explorer Now Uses Global Search Volumes

Today we have launched a change to our Explorer tool and Organic Keywords database. You may now notice that the search volume figures and traffic estimates have increased for all sites. We are now using Global search volumes (instead of United States) for the database. This change should more closely match the “All Locations” default…

Working With Lists

Staying organized can be daunting as the keyword research process moves along. You can easily start sifting through thousands of keywords, some winners, some losers, and forget what’s what. Although we do offer many export options that can help with this, one of the best ways to avoid your research becoming a complete disorganized mess…

Update Search Suggestion Names and Simplified Credits

Today at Keysearch we made a subtle change that should simplify things moving forward. We changed the name of the keyword suggestion type from “Keyword Planner” to “Related Keywords”. We also changed the “Keysearch Database” option to just “Database”. Normally a change like this would go unannounced but since it involves a slight change and…

The Best And Most Affordable Ahrefs Alternative

When we set out to create Keysearch our initial vision was to give everyday bloggers and small businesses a cheaper more affordable alternative to ahrefs. As many of you know ahrefs is considered the gold standard of SEO tools. Their backlink database is second to none and it has driven their entire toolset to become…

Ungrouping Close Variants

We here at Keysearch are declaring the war on close variants! What are close variants you ask? Close variants are keywords that Google finds similar and has decided to group together, showing one search volume for the entire group. This has caused search volumes to become highly inaccurate for certain keywords and has made SEO trickier than ever.…

Content Assistant Tutorial

For all of you bloggers and article writers out there we are happy to introduce a new tool in our feature set called Content Assistant! Content Assistant is not your typical on-page SEO optimization tool. Most of your usual tools (for example Yoast) are there to help you with things like optimizing meta descriptions, page…