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Like no successful SEO campaign goes without proper keyword research, no SEO can do his job without a nifty keyword research tool. Or, as it often happens, without a dozen of them :(

Some help you find keyword ideas, some — analyze their SEO potential, and some (yeah, good ol' spreadsheets) — assign those keywords to the exact pages of your site.

Switching between all the different tools is a pain (and a time-sucker). That is why so many SEO professionals choose Rank Tracker — the one-stop-shop solution for all your keyword-related tasks. And this is why we keep tuning Rank Tracker to make sure it brings you even more ample keyword research data.

With today's update, the number of keyword data sources in Rank Tracker reaches the whooping 20 tools. But before you start making use of the new features:

3 New Keyword Research Methods

All your favorite keyword research tools are now integrated right into Rank Tracker. Used together, these sources will give you thousands of keywords you wouldn't have found elsewhere.
Google AdWords Keyword PlannerGet keywords from the richest Google's database.
Misspelled WordsFind popular misspellings that people type into search boxes.
Amazon Autocomplete Pull keywords from Amazon's suggestions for the search box.
Bing Related
SearchGet keywords from Bing's Related Searches section.
Word MixerMix up the keywords on the list to build new keyphrases.
WordStatUse keyword search service from Yandex.
DiscoveryConsult the independent Keyword Discovery keyword research database.
Google Related
SearchesGet keywords from Google's Related searches section.
QuestionsFind out the most popular questions that people look in search engines.
CombinationCombine several keyword lists to create new multi-word keyphrases.
SearchGet keywords from Ask search engine type-ahead service.
AutocompletePull keywords from Google's suggestions for the search box.
Search AssistFind keywords from Yahoo's suggestions for the search box.
Bing Search
SuggestionsGet keyword ideas from Bing's search box suggestions.
Analytics Get a list of keywords that already bring traffic to your site (both paid and organic).
Competition TF-IDF ExplorerFind out your competitors' most meaningful keywords on the basis of TF-IDF content analysis.
Google Search ConsoleImport keywords from a Google Search Console account.
SuggestionsGet keywords from the search box suggestions of Yandex.
AdWords —
by Target PageGet keywords relevant to your or your competitors' pages.
Ask TypeAhead
SuggestionsGet keywords from Ask search engine type-ahead service.
Where to find it: In Rank Tracker, switch to the Keyword Research module and click on the Suggest Keywords button. From there, select Amazon Autocomplete, Common Questions, or Competition TF-IDF Explorer.

Better Semantic Keyword Grouping

From now on, Rank Tracker uses a cutting-age semantic clustering algorithm that ensures precise topic identification and keyword grouping.
Identify keyword topics — even more precisely
Instead of endless rows of keywords in no particular order, Rank Tracker's Keyword Research module gives you a list of thematic keyword groups — so you can focus on entire topics instead of individual keywords. And now, with the new algorithm under the hood, Rank Tracker got way better in understanding and grouping your keywords by topics.
Decide on the level of semantic similarity in your keyword groups
Would you like your keywords arranged in large groups according to their broad topics? Or would you like them in small, very specific and closely related clusters? You can choose the level of granularity for keyword grouping yourself. And tweak it at any moment to regroup your keywords in a different manner.
And, by the way, you can disable the grouping option altogether, whenever you like to.

Improved Keyword Data Management

Now you have even more options to manage your keyword groups — one by one, or in bulk. As well as to work more conveniently with your keyword map and landing pages.
Bulk operations for keyword groups
From now on you can merge, regroup, move and assign your keyword groups to landing pages in bulk — in just a click of a mouse.
Easily assign your ranking pages to keywords
When choosing which landing page to assign to this or that keyword, you can simply tick a checkbox to select the page that's been found ranking for that keyword.
Quick search for landing pages & keyword groups
When in Keyword Map, you can now use a quick filter to find the page you're looking for in the huge list of your site URLs.

Your entire keyword research routine
in one place.

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