Best Keyword Research Tool for YouTube

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Here is the list of best YouTube Keyword research tools.

Millions of people every day search about sports, business, travel, food and more on YouTube, making it the 2nd most popular search engine after Google. Most likely one of your videos is being searched for by someone from your target audience even as you read this. But for them to find your video, you need to have used the right keywords. Here’s a look at 20 best keyword research tool for YouTube that could help.

YouTube Autocomplete

YouTube Autocomplete is the best and easiest way to know about the most searched keywords on YouTube. When you type something on the search tab on YouTube, you’ll automatically receive some suggested results. You can record the results on a spreadsheet, as you won’t receive extended data and you can use these results on other tools.

AdWords Keyword Planner

This is a free tool that offers search volumes for specific keywords, helping you to determine the most used and searched for keywords. You can even paste the URL of videos in the Adwords Keyword Planner and gain insight into keywords. The only problem is that it is time consuming.

Keyword Tool Dominator (KTD)

This is a perfect tool for beginners. It allows you to input your targeted keywords and generates a list of related and most searched keywords. KTD also allows you to download the information into a .CSV file. All you need to do is make a one-time payment and you get 3 free keywords input every day.

Google Trends

This one helps you find the most searched and used keywords. It also provides a list of the most searched keywords by country. In addition, Google Trends allows you to check “Interest by region,” providing relevant and most searched keywords.

Keyword Keg

Keyword Keg allows you to filter keywords based on YouTube searches, country and language, providing you with highly specific sets of keywords. It also offers information about keyword power, keyword search volume, world cost per click and world value.

Keyword Tool

This tool allows you to search keywords through search filters, based on the user’s intent. It helps you focus on conversion rather than just views on YouTube. However, to be able to use it, you need to subscribe to its monthly package.

YTCockpit

This tool is specifically focused on YouTube related keywords and provides you data from Google AdWords, Google Suggest and YouTube Autocomplete. YTCockpit also lets you analyse your competitors and see which keywords are trending and in which region. This one also needs a monthly subscription for you to use it.

Kparser

The free version of Kparser provides you a proprietary ranking indicator. Data on YouTube keyword search volume and cost is available only on subscription.

Hypersuggest

This one has among the best UIs and provides you data on the top trending keywords in a country. Without registering yourself or opening an account, Hypersuggest only provides you the first 10 results of YouTube Keywords. It also gives information on potential search volume and provides extended information based on prefixes, suffixes and modifiers.

SEO Chat

SEO Chat provides keywords from Google, Amazon, Bing and YouTube. You can search for keywords across all these platforms or just from YouTube. You’ll need to input a seed keyword and the tool will organize your results alphabetically, based on your seed keyword.

Ubersuggest

Ubersuggest is a keyword tool from Neil Patel, the SEO guru. It is free to use and provides features such as keyword search volume and analyze your competitors. You can also get information on seasonality of a keyword and cost per click, providing you more detailed results.

VidIQ

This is one of the few keyword research tools that provides a YouTube built-in function. You can input the keyword you want to research, choose the country you wish to target, and VidlQ will provide you keyword search volumes, competition in the market, and even give a score to your keywords’ feasibility, based on these results.

 Ahrefs Keyword Explorer tool

This is one of the most famous keyword tools and provides you extensive details related to your keyword. Ahrefs Keyword Explorer Tool has one of the best user interfaces too. It also allows you to create a list of keywords on the dashboard, saving you a considerable amount of time.

LongTailPro

This one is a cloud based paid keyword research tool that will help you find great keywords for your videos. Its platinum version provides advanced and detailed keyword analysis features. It is also equipped with a competition checker, helping you choose the most suitable keywords.

 Soovle

Soovle offers keywords from Google, Bing, YouTube, Amazon and many more sources. It can help you explore untapped keywords, providing you an edge over your competition. You can save the keywords with a drag and drop save feature.

Jaaxy

Jaaxy is a straightforward and powerful tool that provides a lot keyword related ideas within seconds. It also offers additional data, such as search volume, competition and potential traffic on that specific keyword.

Moz Keyword Explorer

Moz Keyword Explorer allows you to find a number of lateral keyword ideas. You need to enter a seed keyword and you will be provided with a list of closely related keywords. It will also provide information about the strength of competitor sites that are targeting your keyword.

 Keyword Snatcher

Keyword Snatcher provides one of the most keyword extensive results. From a single seed keyword, it usually generates around 200 keyword ideas. You can choose the source of your choice and get the results.

KWFinder

This is an easy to use and powerful keyword tool. It is very intuitive and provides you information about the difficulty related to ranking a keyword. KWFinder automatically shows the difficulty score next to every keyword in its search results.

SERPs

The free version of SERPs provides you estimated keyword volumes. It is a very useful tool to gain insight into the popularity and feasibility of a specific and related keyword. For more advanced analytical tools, you will need to subscribe to its services.

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Been blogging since 2005 and I absolutely love it. Having worked for small and big startups in Silicon Valley, helping them market stuff online, from cars to software, I quit my corporate job and took to blogging as a profession. I share everything I learn about blogging and online marketing here on the blog. Everything from my successes to failures and everything in between, so you can learn too. I hope it is useful.