13 Best Free Keyword Research Tools to Use for Blogging in 2021

Finding the best keywords is the beginning of writing some amazing blog posts. But, where do you find terms that will drive traffic? Here are 13 of my favorite free keyword research tools online today.

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00:00 Intro
00:49 Google Keyword Planner
02:45 Keyword Tool
04:17 Ahrefs Keyword Generator
05:13 Wordtracker
06:11 Moz Explorer
07:11 Answer the Public
07:49 Ubersuggest
09:14 Keyword Tool Dominator
09:45 Keywords Everywhere
11:01 Keyword Surfer
12:43 SEMrush
13:43 Search Console
15:18 Rank Tracker
18:02 What’s Your Favorite?

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The best keyword tools can only go so far, though. You still have to put the content together to write something awesome. That’s when search intent and knowing your target audience comes into play.

Still, the above tools are some great ways to find keywords for free. Some will double as entire SEO platforms that can provide a lot of insight for your blog and the sites of your competitors.

These keyword research tools are all free to use. I didn’t include platforms that only had “free trials.” Although, some of them do have free trials of their tools should you decide to sign up. Personally, I find many of these are effective enough as free platforms to really get your blog off the ground.

In reality, it’s hard to say which is my favorite. I am partial to Ubersuggest, SEMrush, and Rank Tracker. But, you will have to decide which keyword research tool is best for you.

Google Keyword Planner –

Keyword Tool –

Ahrefs Keyword Generator –

Wordtracker –

Moz Explorer –

AnswerThePublic –

Ubersuggest –

Keyword Tool Dominator –

Keywords Everywhere –

Keyword Surfer –

Keywords Everywhere vs Keyword Surfer –

SEMrush –

Google Search Console –

Rank Tracker – Standalone software –

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