KeySearch Review

KeySearch is a tool created for bloggers to be able to find specific keywords they can rank for on Google. I have been using this tool for a short time but already can see how helpful it is. In this article, I will share some basic information about the tool for you to understand what it is and how it can benefit your site.

Tool’s Features

KeySearch dashboard.
This is what the dashboard looks like when you are searching for a specific keyword.

Keyword Search – obviously, you can look up specific keywords that can consist of a few words and see how difficult it is to rank for the specific phrase, what is the search volume, and who is already ranking for this keyword.

Backlink checker – allows you to see where your competitors are getting their backlinks from. Backlinks are important for Google to see you as a valuable source.

Content Analysis – this feature allows you to evaluate your post as a whole and see what else you should tweak in the post before publishing to have the best chances of ranking on the first page of Google.

YouTube keyword search – if you are also running a YouTube channel along with your blog (or you are only running a YouTube channel) you will benefit from this feature as ranking on YouTube is different from ranking on Google and requires a different approach.

Rank Tracker – track how well you are ranking for the keywords you targeted.

Save and Export – you can not only check things, but you can also save them into your customized keyword lists or even export the reports in PDF to use later.

LSI words – KeySearch gives you a list of related keywords that are commonly found in the top-ranking posts for your specific keyphrase.

Other features – there are a few other features I have not been able to dive into but I am sure they provide great value for bloggers who are trying to get ahead of their competition.


One of the best things about this tool is its price. It is so much cheaper than most of the other tools for keywords. KeySearch monthly subscription is 17$ per month but if you are not sure whether you would like to use it yet, you can do a one-month free trial that will allow you 5 daily credits you can use to search keywords, look into competition details, and get other info about a specific topic. While 5 credits won’t take you far, it will give you a taste of the tool and provide some useful information you can already implement in your future posts.

However, if you would like to have more credits but still find 17$ to be a bit too much for now, you can get a 20% discount for the first month with the promo code they provide on their website in the bottom left corner if you sign up for the free trial. This way your first month of 200 daily credits will only be 13$, to begin with.

Final Word

I hope this brief overview of KeySearch helped you understand a little bit about the tool, its features, and its potential benefit for your website. If you would like to know more you can go directly to their website or reach out in the comments below!

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