Keywords Everywhere Tool

keywords everywhere tool

The Chrome Keywords Everywhere Tool Chrome is a free extension to the Chrome Browser. It runs in the background, when the Chrome browser is open. The extension is free and it's a brilliant little tool for a quick check of keyword data without going through all the requirements of the google keyword tool.

The keywords everywhere tool data shows useful google keyword search volume, cost per click data and competition.

The Keywords Everywhere Tool

Simply type your keywords into the search bar. Once the search is initiated the keyword data appears as text under the search bar.

The data shows that Growing Roses gets about 480 searches per month. Advertisers pay $0.51 per click. Competition for this keyword is low an 0.2 among the 18.6 million website hits.

This tool gives data quickly. Very quickly. It saves you the hassle of copying data from various websites and using the google adwords keyword planner to see relevant search volume and cpc data.

Websites currently supported.

Google Search Console - data shown in the Search Analytics page

Google Analytics - data shown in the Organic and Search Engine Optimization -> Queries pages

Google Trends - data shown in the queries widget

UberSuggest - data shown alongside keywords in this awesome keyword suggestion tool - data shown in popup on each spoke of the wheel, data also shown in the alphabetic listings - data shown next to each keyword all over the page

The tool also allows the user to get keyword metrics for any list of keywords and also lets the user download the list in Excel, CSV or PDF file formats.

This keyword tool uses Google Analytics to collect extension usage statistics to help improve user experience. If you want to opt-out of Google Analytics tracking you need to visit

This keyword tool sends your keywords to the Keywords Everywhere server in order to get back the keyword data. They do not save this data or any other personal information. If you prefer not to send this data on certain websites, you can choose to disable the extension for those websites from the options page.

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