KWFinder is a super-effective tool for finding easy-to-rank keywords and has lots of the features that other tools have. It's just one part of the Mangools Suite, which actually contains five resources: KWFinder (Keyword Research), SERPChecker (SERP Analysis), SERPWatcher (Rank Tracking), LinkMiner (Backlink Analysis), SiteProfiler (SEO metrics & Insights).
KWFinder keyword difficulty is (one of) the most accurate on the market. Many case studies prove the fact that by using it, your keyword research will be based on relevant data you can trust.
Keyword research is the process of determining words and phrases that may be worthwhile to optimize for organic search. The goal of keyword research (KR) is to find keywords and phrases used by a website's target audience when performing web searches.
Keyword research is performed by taking a small selection of keywords which are highly relevant to the target website then expanding it by brainstorming, analyzing existing site content and using software tools to generate additional keyword suggestions.
To reach the target audience through organic search, the keywords discovered during the keyword research phase must be incorporated into a website; this is a process known as on page optimization.
Including keywords in page titles, link anchor text and page content - all of which are indexed by search engines such as Google, Bing - creates a link between a website and the keywords which its target audience may search for.
A core input to many search engine algorithms, such as the PageRank algorithm developed by Brin & Page, Domain Authority developed by Moz is the quantity and quality of hyperlinks pointing to a webpage.
After a website is optimized for search engines, webmasters can turn their focus to generating inbound links to their website in order to improve its organic search rank.
The success of link building is measured by counting the quality and quantity of links acquired through this work.