Content is King! We have all heard that phrase before, and it’s an age-old, time-proven fact. Everything revolves around your content.
There are some really great tools out there that can help while researching a topic or making a plan to dominate a specific topic. Today, I am going to tell you about 3 tools that I know of and have been using to do extensive research on any given topic. Check em out, if you use em already I would love to hear any feedback or tips you have if you are not using them yet. Check them out, you’ll be glad you did.
I just found out about AlsoAsked.com recently and there are many things that I like about it. While it works in a similar fashion to AnswerThePublic in terms of the way you use it, the sources they pull from are not the same.
Is it the same as AnswerThePublic?
No. AnswerThePublic uses Suggest data, which shows combinations of auto-complete searches. AlsoAsked.com uses “People Also Asked” data, which provides results for more longtail searches and critically, shows the relationships between these topics and questions. We’re big fans of AnswerThePublic, it’s another tool for a different job.AlsoAsked.com
AnswerThePublic.com is a great research tool that will help you craft your keyword research for a topic by giving you a view of the questions that people are asking about a topic. The who, what, when, where and why. There is a Pro version that gives you more search options for $99/mo.
- Unlimited searches
- Compare data + see new suggestions
- Language + Location-based results
- High-res images
- Priority customer support
- Saved reports
- Unlimited team members
- Hide unwanted sections
- Hide individual suggestions
Quora – Questions and Answers
Quora is a really powerful tool for several reasons, the first of course being researching a topic since that is what we are talking about. It’s also a really great place to drive niche related traffic from. It’s super easy to answer questions and provide value without being spammy and position yourself as the expert in your field. Follow me on Quora