Uncover the untapped keyword opportunity: A guide to find low competition keywords

Author: Ajay Patil | Content Head BeyondMe

May 8, 2023 | 5 min read.

In today's competitive digital landscape, it's a challenge for websites to rank high in search engine results pages (SERPs), especially for smaller websites with lower domain authority. But don't worry, we have a solution to help you identify low competition keywords with our Keywords Lab

What are Low Competition Keywords?

Low competition keywords are search terms or phrases with fewer websites or websites with low authority targeting them in search engines. This makes it easier to rank higher in search results. While these keywords may have lower search volumes than more competitive keywords, they can still drive targeted traffic to your website.

How to use Keyword Lab to find Weak Spot in SERP:

It is pretty easy to undestand

Step 1: Enter you seed keyword (eg: keto diet)

You can insert wildcard kerwords in the seed keyword

How to enter the seed keyword for find low competition keywords

Step 2: Select your target country (US), language (EN) and engine (Google)

There are more than 28 languages and 40 countries for you to select

How to set language and location for the research

Step 3: Click "Generate Report Now" to launch keyword research & open it once generated

How to generate report to find weak spot in SERP

Overview of Keyword Lab

Overview of keyword labs to find weak spots in SERPs

Step 4: Select multiple keywords you want to research and click "Analyse now"

Selecting keywords to find weakspots in SERP

Step 5: Boom, In few seconds you get all the SERP data.

See results to find the weakspots

Step 6 (Optional): Click of "Settings Icon" and set the DA & domains you can outrank.

Get started today to boost your SEO for free, what are you waiting for!

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