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Keywords Everywhere - Google Keyword Planner Alternative
Hello all. I just come across Keywords Everywhere which is supposed to be a free alternative to Keyword Planner tool and can show you exact search volume. Right in your browser! It's a free browser extension. Once you've installed it, you'll need an API key which you can get by just submitting your email and it's sent to you. Then you'll just have to enter it and validate it and then you'll be able to use it.
They pull in search volume, CPC & competition data from most top keyword sites like Ubersuggest, Google Search Console, Soovle, Google Analytics, Answer The Public,
Keyword Shitter, Majestic Anchors, Moz Open Site Explorer.
Here is an actual list of sites they support along with how they pull data from them.
(1) Google.com - the data is shown right under the search textbox
(2) Google Search Console - the data is shown in the Search Analytics page
(3) Google Analytics - data shown in the Organic and Search Engine Optimization -> Queries pages
(4) Google Trends - data shown in the queries widget
(5) Google Search - data shown under main keyword as well as related searches
(6) UberSuggest - data shown alongside keywords in this awesome keyword suggestion tool
(7) AnswerThePublic.com - data shown in popup on each spoke of the wheel, data also shown in the alphabetic listings
(8) Soovle.com - data shown next to each keyword all over the page
(9) KeywordShitter.com - data shown under the main text area next to keywords
(10) Majestic - Anchor Text Report
(11) Moz Open Site Explorer - Anchor Text Report
After you install the browser addon, you'll be given a simple settings panel to choose which site you want to pull the info from as well as some other display settings.
Then to use it, all you have to do is click on the K icon in your browser and from there you can upload some keywords to it or just enter some into the field.
I chose keyword "seoclerk" as a test. Which provided me with this result.
As you can see it shows you the search volume, what the suggested CPC and competition etc for it is. You can bulk upload a list of keywords, get the search volume, and then download the list in Excel, CSV or PDF file formats.
So that's Keywords Everywhere. There's more details on their site. I hope you'll find it useful to you and a good replacement or alternative to Google Keyword Planner!