RankAccelerate Newsletter & Community

How to Find Long Tail Keywords – Issue #035

Learn what long-tail keywords are, how to find them and how they help you rank faster on Google. Then, in this week's SaaS showcase, I'll tell you about a tool that can help grow your Twitter audience in less time.

📢 Before we start...

I just launched my YouTube Channel with the goal of helping you learn more about SEO!

I will be uploading new videos at least two times per week! 🤩

Click here right now to Subscribe, so you don’t miss any of my videos! 📺

P.S. There will be cats in most of the videos 😻

Actionable SEO Tip of the Week

If you have a business in a highly competitive industry or niche, ranking on Google for your top keywords can feel like an impossible task 😓

That’s because the most common keywords are very competitive, so it’s really hard to rank for them.

Also, in many cases, the websites that are ranking on the first pages of Google for these keywords are big and well-established brands.

Is there anything you can do? Yes! Long-tail keywords 🤩

What are long-tail keywords?

These are keywords or phrases that, as the name says, are longer than your typical generic keyword and are made up of several words. Usually, they tend to be longer but much more specific.

For example, as you probably know, I created an SEO tool called KatLinks. Unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on your point of view), the SEO tools and software industry is very competitive, packed with huge players like Ahrefs and SEMrush.

Trying to compete head to head with these behemoths for a generic keyword like “SEO tool” would simply be impossible for now.

Instead of doing that, I decided to niche down and target SaaS companies and Indie Makers, focusing on long-tail keywords like “SEO tool for SaaS”.

Yes, the search volume will be much lower, but the keyword is much more focused and specific, allowing me to rank faster for a highly relevant search phrase.

Currently, KatLinks ranks on page #1 of Google for “SEO tool for SaaS” and on page #2 for “Affordable SEO tool”.

Long-tail keywords are great for niched-down category keywords like the examples above and for creating very specific and relevant blog content.

How to find your long-tail keywords

Luckily, there are many tools with free options that can help you discover long-tail versions of your search phrases. You just have to do some research based on your seed keyword (your top generic keyword).

Here are some of the tools you can use:





Of course, many more tools are available, but these can get you started.

If you want to see a guided video on how you can use these tools to find long-tail keywords, watch this video from my YouTube channel:

Focusing on long-tail keywords will allow you to rank faster on Google and drive relevant traffic to your website.

Are there any specific topics you want me to cover in the coming weeks? DM me on Twitter and let me know!

SaaS Showcase of the Week

Engagement Builder is a social management tool that helps you grow your audience while saving time and increasing productivity. It is an engagement-centric platform that helps you convert your comments and likes to followers, followers to friends, and friends to business opportunities. Start your 7-day free trial!

Do you want me to showcase your SaaS or digital product? Click here to learn about our sponsorship opportunities.

📢 Product Shoutouts

Tweet Hunter: Grow a high-quality Twitter audience

SEO for Web Developers: Actionable SEO video training for developers

Copymatic: Generate AI blog articles, website copy and digital ads in seconds

Hypefury: Schedule & automate your social media marketing

KatLinks: Affordable SEO Tool for Makers 🚀

Thank you!

If you found value in reading this, please consider sharing it with your friends and also on social media 🙏


Not subscribed yet?

Join today to get actionable SEO tips and ideas + SaaS stories from Indie Maker friends in one simple-to-digest weekly email

This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Join 1,050+ makers learning about SEO