Do you Soovle? If you do you will doubtless be aware it’s a useful keyword research tool. If you don’t you are missing out. It’s a great resource and best of all it’s totally free to use . . .
What is Soovle?
Soovle is an online tool that aggregates search result from the net’s main search providers and presents them all together in a way that can be useful for anyone who is looking for long tail keyword suggestions or doing a little keyword research while brainstorming their next product or article. It also has a page that provides up to date information about the top search phrases being entered into all the main search engines— just click the golden star at the top left hand corner of the Soovle homepage.
Soovle Search Providers
The default Soovle search providers are Google, Amazon.com, Yahoo, Bing, YouTube, Answers.com, and Wikipedia, but there are a further eight search providers to choose from and the engines can be changed using the ‘engines’ link at the top right hand side of the screen.
How to Use Soovle for Keyword Research
Using Soovle for keyword research is simple. Just pop a word or two into the Soovle search box and the page will begins to fill with suggestions as you type.
The screenshot below shows the results obtained by entering the search term “make money” into the Soovle search box.
Some of the results obtained are pretty obvious choices such as “make money now” and “make money from home”, but the results also provide a few more interesting options such as “make money teaching online” and “make money online without spending a dime”. Neither of these seems an obvious choice for a long tail keyword, but both must be popular search terms or Soovle would not be pulling them in.
It can take a little time to learn how to get the most out of Soovle, but it’s well worth spending a little time doing so. As a free keyword research tool it’s hard to beat.