keyword-researchWhen you’re doing keyword research, what’s the most common way that you probably do it?  You probably use the Keyword Tool, right?  Yeah, most people do.  It’s usually the go to tool that is quick and easy to use, and it’s well known, so why use anything else?  Throw in some keywords and viola, you’ve got yourself a nice list of keywords to use.

But that was a long time ago.  Now that the keyword tool has been replaced by the Keyword Planner,  it’s certainly more difficult to figure out what users are searching for.  So by now, since the Keyword Planner has been around for a while, we know that the game has changed.  Aside from using what you can of the Keyword Planner, there has to be other ways of getting the keywords you need to help make your campaign.

Neil Patel has found a plethora of different ways of obtaining the sought after keyword list you’re striving to create.  In an article he wrote on Moz.com, he gives us a number of ways to get our much desired keywords.  But what are they?  Check out Neil’s post on Moz and see what helps him get what he needs for keyword research.  It can even help you as well.

Moz Blog: Back to Fundamentals: 6 Untapped Keyword Sources that Will Boost Organic Traffic