Please note: after installing the extension, all you have to do is go to Google and do a search. Here you see data.
I promised to release a new version of the Ubersuggest Chrome extension today.
You can go here to install it.
If you're wondering what's new, let's just say the changes have made keyword research much better and easier. In addition, later in this post, I'll give you a little glimpse of the new changes we're making to the expansion, which will be released within 30 days.
Who says keyword research should be limited to Google?
What most people don't know is that YouTube is the second most popular search engine and has exploded.
In addition, Amazon is the largest e-commerce website in the world, and SEOs run Amazon SEO and Amazon ads. So why not access keyword research there too?
Now if you go to YouTube and do a search, the search will show data on suggested keywords.
If you'd like more information about a particular keyword you've searched for, just click "Show All" next to the search bar. The following is displayed:
The search volume for the past 12 months is broken down and it is shown whether a keyword shows seasonal trends.
You can also see how competitive a keyword is, how much it costs per click, how many people click on any of the listings, and even the age range of people who search for that term.
It is also interesting that you can see data about whether a keyword is searched more frequently on mobile or desktop devices, as well as the breakdown. This is important because mobile searches are usually not converted as well. Ideally, you want to search for keywords that contain more desktop searches if possible.
Additional keyword suggestions will now appear on the right side of a YouTube search list page.
It's pretty similar to what the extension already shows on Google. This is more our version for YouTube.
With Amazon, however, we didn't want to overwhelm your user experience. Therefore, we decided to provide keyword data as inconspicuously as possible.
Each time you do a search on Amazon, keyword data about the suggestions is displayed.
If you now want to do keyword research for social media or e-commerce, you can now do it easily with the Ubersuggest Chrome extension.
But wait, there is more …
There is another important change to the extension that you may have noticed if you use Google regularly.
When you search on Google, traffic estimates are now available at every URL.
This traffic estimate applies to organic search traffic and is carried out at the domain level. At some point we will adjust it to be page-based, and even show you the other keywords that each page ranks for. However, we are currently providing organic traffic estimates for each domain.
And if you're more of a visual person, you can also see the traffic estimate for each result in the top 10 in the right sidebar.
So if you want to display traffic data in addition to the keyword suggestions in a Google search, you need to install the Ubersuggest Chrome extension.
But the best is yet to come …
My goal is to make bigger releases on Ubersuggest every month if possible … every other month if things don't go as planned.
The next big step is the introduction of functions for competitive analysis in the extension.
Now when you click the "Ubersuggest" logo in your Chrome browser, you’ll see something like this:
It is not really useful.
So if you click the "Ubersuggest" logo in Chrome within the next 30 days, I want to display the following:
You can view the following metrics for each domain:
- Domain metrics – You see a quick overview of each domain. From the number of organic keywords for which a website has a rank to the estimated organic traffic, the domain rating and the even number of backlinks.
- Historic traffic – You see an organic traffic map of the past 6 months for a specific website.
- Top sites by country – Would you like to know the most popular pages on your competitor's website? This table shows you exactly that.
- Top keywords by country – You can also view the most popular keywords that drive traffic to this website.
If you've already installed the Ubersuggest Chrome extension, you may need to reinstall it as we now show you data on YouTube and Amazon. This means that you must give Ubersuggest permission to show you data on these two websites.
If you don't have the extension installed, you can do so here.
Let me know what you think about the new expansion, upcoming versions, and whether I should add more features. 🙂