If you’ve ever published any articles online, you would have posted about a specific topic.
You quite often know what you want to write about, but you don’t quite know what people want or what they’re asking.
That’s why you try and meet somewhere in between. This is usually done by researching keywords. If you want to learn more about Keywords and how they work then I highly suggest you check out some of the articles over at Yoast.com and Moz.com. You can usually find some articles just by searching on Google, but the chances are you will end up on one of those sites anyway.
With that being said, I was having a search earlier for Keyword research tools and I came across a super simple website called ‘AnswerThePublic.com.
The website takes a specific topic, e.g. ‘Apple’ and will then formulate all of the Questions, Prepositions, Comparisons, Alphabetical’s and Related searches that people may ask. Each of the tabs allows you to view the results in either a list or a graphical format (Examples below).
See a demonstration below.
Simply enter a topic, I chose ‘Apple’.
Click ‘Get Questions’ and it will search away.
It will then return the results, which should look something like this.
Below is a graphical view of the results
If you would like to give the tool a go then check out AnswerThePublic.com.