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The best alternative to Google Keyword Planner Search Volume is finally here!
We’ve built a new free Keyword Search Volume Tool! Simply enter all your keywords in the field above and click “Submit.”
Then the magic happens:
In seconds, you’ll see the average monthly search volume for your selected keywords. The data can be exported to Excel, and the process can be repeated as many times as you like.
Now it’s time to bulk ;-)
About the Free Search Volume tool (BETA)
You may know that Google now hides its search volume in Keyword Planner until you begin paying for AdWords. Instead of showing exact numbers, Google now merely gives you ranges.
Since we’re guessing that Google will eventually limit the data to search volume ranges for all users of Keyword Planner, we’ve developed a method to measure search volumes using our own tools and data purchased from third-party providers.
Our goal is to provide the capability of predicting search volumes for keywords, even in a future in which we won’t be able to rely on data from Google.
What is search volume?
Search volume is a measure of the total number of searches that are performed through search engines, expressed as the average monthly volume during the previous 12-month period.
How do you find keyword search volume data?
Search engines like Google and Bing have their own tools that provide search volume numbers based on how many searches their users perform. They are often tricky to use, and now Google has made it harder to obtain these search volume numbers.
While there are a few alternative keyword tools out there, none of them are free, fast, or easy to use. And they don't let you bulk thousands of keywords at a time when seeking search volume data.
API: Bulk search volume data for thousands of keywords at a time (BETA)
We’re developing a simple API that will let you integrate a search volume feature in your own software. Please contact us to be notified when the API is ready.
Why not give SearchVolume.io a try today?