How do I know longtail keyword's search volume when it is not available on the Google keyword planner tool?

Marc van Leeuwen

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How do I know longtail keyword's search volume when it is not available on the Google keyword planner tool?
When trying to find the search volume for a long-tail keyword that is not available on the Google keyword planner tool, it can be frustrating as this tool is often the go-to option for keyword research. However, there are other ways to estimate search volume for long-tail keywords.

One option is to use other keyword research tools. There are a variety of other keyword research tools available online, such as Ahrefs, SEMrush, Moz, and KeywordTool.io. These tools can help you find long-tail keywords and estimate their search volume. Each tool has its own database of keywords and search data, so it's a good idea to use a few different tools to get a more comprehensive understanding of search volume.

Another option is to analyze your website's analytics data. If your website has been active for a while, you may have data on the organic search queries that users have used to find your website. This data can provide insights into the keywords that are driving traffic to your website, including long-tail keywords. While this data won't provide exact search volume numbers, it can give you an idea of which keywords are driving traffic to your website.

You can also try looking at related keywords and their search volumes. Even if the exact long-tail keyword you're targeting doesn't have search volume data available, you may be able to find related keywords that have similar search intent and estimated search volume. This can give you an idea of the potential search volume for your target long-tail keyword.

I hope it helps!
 

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If the long-tail keyword you're interested in doesn't have search volume data in the Google Keyword Planner, you can estimate its search volume using these other tools and methods,Use additional tools for keyword research: The search volume for your long-tail keyword may be available in a variety of additional keyword research tools. Ahrefs, SEMrush, and Moz are a few well-liked choices. Analyze the traffic of competitors: Utilizing tools like SimilarWeb, Alexa, or SEMrush, you can estimate the search volume if your rivals are using the same or similar long-tail keywords.
 

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I think other tools won't be helpful if Google Keyword tool does not have an answer.
The good way is to extract the seed keyword from the long tail keyword and see the search volume and use your own sense whether the long tail keyword would be helpful or profitable or not.

Simply putting the long tail keyword in Google in quotes will return the number of websites that have mentioned the keyword, from here, you would have an idea as well.
 
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