What is Ubersuggest?
Ubersuggest is a free SEO tool to help you find new keyword ideas. Ubersuggest was taken over by Neil Patel a few years ago.
The most important functions include:
Here you can see the search volume, the SEO difficulty for this keyword, the difficulty for Google Ads and the cost per click.
With the keyword ideas you will receive keyword suggestions that are related to or similar to the keyword you are looking for.
These keywords can then be sorted by volume, CPC (Cost per Click), PD (Paid Difficulty) and SD (SEO Difficulty).
Pages that rank for this keyword are displayed here. In addition, you can see the estimated views, the backlinks and how often it was shared on Facebook and Pinterest.
In the traffic overview you can see the organic keywords, the monthly organic page views, the domain authority and the backlinks to this domain.
Top SEO Pages
As the title suggests, this is an overview of the best sites.
Here you get an overview of the keywords, the volume, the position and the estimated monthly views.
Why look for an Ubersuggest alternative?
Ubersuggest started moving more and more free features to premium features a few months ago. Now only 3 search queries are allowed per day. Reason enough to look for an Ubersuggest alternative.
Ahrefs is the number 1 SEO tool for most people. Ahrefs of course covers everything Ubersuggest offers in terms of functions.
The biggest downside to Ahrefs is the price. At $99 a month, Ahrefs is not for projects on a budget.
However, Ahrefs also offers a lot of free tools:
SEMrush is very similar to Ahrefs and therefore a great SEO tool. However, for many SEMrush is a bit harder to use and takes longer to get in.
Google Trends doesn’t have nearly as many functions as the other options, but there are also a lot of functions that can be found there.
Google Trends is completely free and therefore a very good Ubersuggest alternative for projects with a low budget.
If you enter a search term, you can immediately see the course over time. There you can find out whether it is a seasonal search term.
In addition, Google Trends shows the related topics and similar search terms.