HitTail is a dream long tail keyword tool for website owners, bloggers and marketers who want to increase traffic from Google and other search engines.
HitTail is the only long tail keyword tool that generates keyword suggestions by analyzing your existing website traffic. It provides you with very specific long tail keywords that are relevant to your audience.
And what is important, you don't have to be an SEO or spend hours on keyword research – HitTail works in the background, constantly giving you new keyword ideas, while you can focus on other stuff.
With over 1.3 billion keywords analyzed, HitTail is a proven tool for driving more search visitors to your website.
In short, long tail keywords are search phrases that contain 3 or more words. Naturally, the more words a keyword phrase contain, the more specific it is.
Often, getting into the Top 10 of Google search results with a long tail keyword is as easy, as just writing an article or publishing a landing page optimized for that specific keyword. Here is a case - let's consider these two keywords:
At first sight they look to be pretty relevant. But the thing is there are numerous different keyword tools for different SEO purposes, including:
Unless you offer an all-in-one keyword tool, which covers all the above features, you don't want to target the generic phrase - "keyword tool" - because you would have to outrank hundreds or even thousands of websites even though they are not your direct competitors. Instead, focus on your specific niche. That's how we've got into the Top 3 of Google search results with the phrase "long tail keyword tool".
Numerous studies in the SEO industry confirm that long tail keywords make up more than 70% of all searches performed on the web, with only 30% left for the generic 1- or 2-word phrases. This is because there are millions of unique keyword variations comprised of phrases with 3+ words:
Long tail keywords give you virtually an endless stream of new ideas for writing articles and composing landing pages relevant to your niche. In turn, you get more and more organic traffic coming from searches for those keywords.
Generally, visitors who search for descriptive long-tail keywords are more qualified and hence convert better compared to those coming from generic searches. Here is another example:
Long tail keyword:
If you are selling catering services in Palo Alto, you'd better target the long tail keyword, since visitors coming from it are very likely to place an order, while it is hard to predict intent of visitors searching Google with a single word "catering".
Targeting long tail keywords is a good strategy for driving relevant organic search traffic. But you can use long tail keywords in your paid search campaigns too. Because of lower competition, such keywords usually have lower cost per click (CPC), while bring your ads higher on the search result pages. Combined with higher conversion rates, long tail keywords generate much better return on your ad investments.
Unlike many other keyword tools, HitTail provides you with highly relevant long tail keywords based on data from your real traffic.
HitTail doesn't require any tracking code to be rolled out across your website and can be set up in just a few minutes.
It is easy to use too. Just set it once and start getting new keyword ideas delivered to you on a regular basis.
"HitTail has always done the one thing it does really well – namely, identifying the long tail keyword opportunities you should optimize content for. Its magic is in a simple algorithm which identifies the keywords you should write more about based on the keywords that are driving traffic to your site."
"After using HitTail to facilitate our long-tail SEO strategy, we found that we increased our organic search traffic by 20% in less than 2 months. …we love HitTail. The functionality it offers is amazing, and it is really helping us grow our blog. You can never run out of post ideas if you are using HitTail."
"Bloggers interested in building search traffic should check out HitTail, a tool that makes suggestions for topics to write about based on the search terms that are already bringing people to your site. What could be more fun than an easy way to look at the long tail of your blog’s search traffic?"
"One of the easiest services to use and understand is HitTail. It concentrates on analyzing visitors from search engines and the keywords they use. The service offers suggestions about underperforming search terms so you can create new Web content to emphasize these words."