The best way to get consistent views for your videos is to do keyword research. That means knowing what your viewers are searching for.
By processing large amounts of clickstream data, our YouTube Keyword Tool shows reliable search volumes for any keyword. Compared to other tools that assume arbitrary numbers from Keyword Planner, this is the only tool that shows you real search volumes!
Not from the U.S? No problem. You can also see search volume numbers for any keyword in 171 countries (yours is likely in it!).
You can even see the average monthly number of clicks on the search results. If the clicks are low, that means searchers are not satisfied with the search results. Translation: an opportunity for you to capture those clicks with an engaging video.
Never run out of content ideas again.
Enter any broad topic into Keywords Explorer to see thousands of relevant keyword ideas in seconds. There should be enough ideas for your channel for the next few months, or maybe even years!
Want ideas that have the exact wording you've chosen? The Phrase match report shows you search queries containing your target keyword.
Get a wider range of ideas. The Having same terms report shows you queries containing all the terms in your target keyword (in any order).
Want to target the newest search queries on YouTube? The Newly discovered report shows you the keywords that were recently added to our database (based on your target keyword).
Based on the keyword you’ve entered, use the Questions report to find questions your audience might be asking.
Make your workflow more efficient. Use our filters to find the best video topics for your channel. You can filter by:
Search volume — shows you how many times per month, on average, people in a given country search for your target keyword.
Word count — the number of words in a keyword or phrase
Clicks — Some searches result in clicks on multiple search results, while others might have none. ‘Clicks’ shows the average monthly number of clicks on the search results for your target keyword.
Clicks per search — shows how many different search results people click, on average, after searching for this keyword.
Return Rate — a unique Ahrefs metric that compares which keyword gets more repeat searches using a relative scale. For example, a keyword with a Return Rate of 3 simply means that it gets searched more often than a keyword with a Return Rate of 2 (and not merely being searched 3 or 2 times a month.)
You can even include or exclude certain terms. Say you’re only looking for “how to” keywords. You can use the Include filter to show keywords with “how to” in them.
You can easily save your favorite keyword ideas with the “Lists” feature in Keywords Explorer. Check any keyword and click “Add to”.
With just one click, you can see all the data of your favorite keywords!
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