Release Note: Outstanding Keyword Research Tool now available in Surfer
It’s always a pleasure to announce new features in Surfer, especially when it comes to such a powerful and useful one.
Keyword research is something that, as marketers, we conduct frequently using a variety of dedicated tools. Thanks to Surfer, from now on, keyword research becomes faster, comfortable, and more effective.
As your go-to on-page SEO tool, we wanted to help you keep the whole optimization process in one place. That means you can find your best keywords, and then jump into analyzing SERPs and optimization without switching between different apps.
How does it work?
To start your research, click a related item from the main menu in Surfer’s dashboard.
Now, put any keyword (or multiple keywords) and choose a location.
In a blink of an eye, you’ll get not only information about the provided keywords but multiple related phrases. Plus, their similarity level, average monthly search volume in a particular country, and so on.
For your convenience, Surfer allows you to save the best keywords in the clipboard. You can use the list of selected phrases for additional research to extend your keywords list.
Shortcuts located by each phrase can be used for generating guidelines for the keyword in Content Editor or running SERP Analyzer and dive into correlations.
Keyword Research has one more awesome functionality that allows checking not only related phrases but relevant questions as well.
Why should you use Keyword Research?
Keyword research may be used for many things. The most popular use cases are related to marketing strategy creation, finding SEO opportunities, extending a long tail range of phrases, Google Ads, blog posts optimization, website structure improvement, and user intent determination.
Having a solid base of keywords may enhance any of your marketing efforts, whether you already have a website or you’re just starting out.
What countries and languages does Surfer support?
Keyword research works for all official languages used for the following countries:
Australia, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Poland, United Kingdom, Romania, Singapore, Spain, Sweden and United States (partial support).
The tool also works on all English speaking markets, including the United States, but please note that data may be incomplete. It’s worth to mention that we’re constantly developing Surfer. Therefore implementing accurate datasets for the USA and the rest of the world is just a matter of time.