KWFinder is another keyword research tool that I’m going to review today. I didn’t know the existence of KWFinder until my friend told me about it. So I did a little bit of digging to find out more about this cloud-based web app. It didn’t take me long to subscribe to their premium plan. After 5 months of using it, I decided to write a complete KWFinder review. I will show you the pros & cons, mini user guide and effective ways of using it.
The first impression it gave me was “smooth and silky” because of the dripping mango juice graphic. To be honest, it was sort of love at first sight.
KWFinder has a clean and intuitive interface. It shows you everything you need to know in one single dashboard. The loading speed is ultra fast. Results will show within a few seconds. The feeling is great and not clumsy like some other keyword research tools.
There are 2 main sections of the dashboard. On the left-hand side is where you input your keyword and a list of suggestions will show. It also includes other data such as the Trend, Search count, CPC, PPC and KW Difficulty. You can use the filter to get more refined results.
On the right-hand side, you will be able to see bigger visual SEO difficulty and search trend graphs. Other than that, you will see the current top 10 Google SERP listing of the specific keyword. You can load more results or open it in SERPChecker for further competition analysis.
keyword difficulty checker
Like every other keyword research tool, KWFinder has its own keyword difficulty checker. It ranks the difficulty value of each keyword with its own algorithm, which I find it pretty accurate. It serves as a quick indicator whether you should pursue a specific key phrase or not.
KW SEO Difficulty
0 – 9: Effortless
10 – 19: Go for it
20 – 29: easy
30 – 39: still easy
40 – 54: possible
55 – 74: hard
75 – 89: very hard
90 – 100: don’t do it
there are three plans available – Free, Basic and Premium.
You get 3 KW lookups and 3 SERP lookups per 24 hours (25 related keywords per search).
You get 100 KW lookups and 100 SERP lookups per 24 hours (200 related keywords per search)
Premium (My current subscription)
You get 500 KW lookups and 500 SERP lookups per 24 hours (700 related keywords per search)
Please take note that SERP lookups limit is shared across all tools (KWFinder and SERPChecker)
Mangools subscription plan does not cover one tool only, it also covers SERPChecker and SERPWatcher (coming soon).
This is a tool for you to do competition analysis. The main interface will show you the top 10 results for a specific keyword. All the data are pulling from MOZ and Majestic, which can be customized to your needs. For example, click on the “Manage metrics” button, you will be able to choose from the following options:
I usually just show the important metrics such as Domain Authority, Page Authority, Citation Flow, Trust Flow, MozRank: URL, MozTrust, links (both MOZ and Majestic) and social share counts.
It is an upcoming rank tracking tool from Mangools. The good news is that this tool comes free for all current subscribers. I’m not able to test it yet but the beta images look promising. The estimated beta release time is May. According to them, the price may go up once SERPWatcher is fully released.
I was able to grab a deal from KWFinder to offer additional 15% discount for you, which can be added on top of the 50% Annual billing discount. Please use the link below for the discount.
KWFinder is one of the best keyword research tools for creating niche sites and I’m using it on daily basis. It is very easy to use and navigate, has tons of useful features and bundled with essential SEO tools. Click here to check out our recent comparison of the best keyword tools.
I’m not seeing myself canceling the subscription in the future, I reckon you should at least give it a try. I bet you will like it too! I hope you find my KWFinder review useful. Please leave a comment below if you have any questions and thanks for reading!