Hey, guys! The homepage of long-tail keyword tool Ubersuggest updated on Friday, and it’s a pretty sweet release given the lack of inaccurate search volume data that exists in the current version of Google Keyword Planner.
This update includes the use of a browser extension called Keywords Everywhere that allows you to see the keyword search volume and CPC data of every keyword that shows up in your search results when you use Ubersuggest.
Here’s what you’ll see when you open the homepage of Ubersuggest.io right now:
It’s advertising a browser extension called Keywords Everywhere. When you install this extension, you’ll see exact search volume and CPC data when you search for keywords using Ubersuggest.
Keywords Literally Everywhere
Keywords Everywhere works with a moderate list of tools, including Google. This means you’ll see search volume data for every Google search you make.
You’ll even see the search volume and CPC data for keywords Google suggests.
You can also turn this feature off. Here’s a full list of services Keywords Everywhere is compatible with:
How to Install the Keywords Everywhere Extension
Go to KeywordsEverywhere.com, and click the button associated with the browser you’re using.
Click Add to Chrome or Add to Firefox to add the extension to your browser. A new tab will open asking you to enter your email address so you can receive your API key.
You’ll receive an email with a link to the page you can access your API key from instantaneously. Click API Key Here to access it.
Your API key will be displayed in the large, navy blue banner at the top of the page as well as in Step 3. Highlight the key, and copy it.
Click the Keywords Everywhere icon in your browser’s toolbar, and click Update Settings.
Enter your key in the API Key box, and click Validate.
Keywords Everywhere Settings
You can change a number of different options on the Settings page.
The Country setting lets you choose between Global and six individual countries.
The Currency setting lets you choose between dozens of currencies.
You can also choose which tools you enable the extension for. For example, if you don’t want to use the tool when you conduct a Google search, untick the Google Search option.
You can use the Highlight Volume and Highlight CPC settings to highlight specific search volume and CPC metrics.
Tick the metric you want to highlight, select Greater Than (>), Equals (==) or Less Than (<), and enter a metric.
You can use the Highlight Color setting to select which color the tool uses when it highlights a keyword.
Here’s how the highlighting feature looks in Ubersuggest.
You can also “favorite” keywords by clicking the star associated with a keyword you like.
If you want to add every keyword on the page to your Favorites list, use the Add All Keywords button in the bottom, right-hand corner.
You can access this list by clicking the Keywords Everywhere icon in your browser’s toolbar and selecting My Favorite Keywords.
Here’s what this list looks like.
The Keywords Everywhere tool is available for free for Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox users.