Scout Suggest: Free Keyword Research Tool

Enter your keyword to start generating thousands of unique suggestions!


Free Google Autocomplete Tool

If you're looking for content ideas or a whole new set of synonyms and modifiers to add to your articles Scout Suggest is for you.

Simply enter your keywords to quickly generate 1000s of related terms, questions and phrases related to your terms!

Quickly group and categorize your keywords

Overwhelmed by all the options? To make your life simpler we use N-grams to quickly group related keywords into clusters that might form the inspiration for a new article or content piece.

This way you can quickly see where a group has a wide range of long tail variations you can include in your article content to maximize its search visibility.


Where do the suggestions come from?

We use Google's Autocomplete system to get the most popular keywords suggested by Google.

By combining your keywords with a range of modifiers we can tease out unique long tail keywords that make for excellent article ideas.

For example, prefixing question words such as 'where' can show new phrases that searchers are typing into Google. Comparison words such as 'vs' can help you find super specific buyer keywords that may have low volume but high buyer intent.

Answering searcher's questions in a clear and direct way makes it much easier to rank for your target topics.

Can I see the keyword's monthly search volume?

Having been an independent search marketer my whole life I know how expensive tools can be. I wanted to keep this tool free to ensure people at any stage in their career can get value from it.

Unfortunately keyword metrics such as organic search volume and CPC cost money, and unlike Neil Patel I can't afford to lose thousands of dollars each month for the sake of self promotion, so I won't be adding those features to this tool.

That said, it is worth asking if you really need that data. We know any keyword that appears in Google's suggestions has at least some search volume. Many tools use cached data for volume that can miss trending topics. Sample sizes are also small for many niches so a 'low volume' keyword can often bring a surprising amount of traffic.

For many valuable terms, such as in finance or B2B (business to business) most keywords are very low volume. Yet the value of a customer is so high it is often still worth writing articles to cover '10 search per month' keywords. Not only are they are frequently less competitive but if that is 10 CEOs

How is this tool different to Ubersuggest or Answer The Public?

When building this tool I wanted to achieve two things: to discover alternative keywords that simply wouldn't be highlighted by other tools, and to make managing those keywords easier.

Each 'suggestion' from Google contains a maximum of 25 keywords. If we simply add the letters of the alphabet to your keyword that's a maximum of 25*25=625 keywords. Not many, and it's also likely your competition are using the exact same list.

But if we get creative with prepositions, comparitative terms and question keywords we can generate thousands of phrases you simply wouldn't find on these other services. Many of these results trigger great suggestions for article titles. These resulting phrases can also suggest entire new categories of content you may not have considered otherwise.

I also wanted it to be simpler to manage your keyword lists. By automatically grouping similar keywords into clusters we can help you reduce duplicates and see a clear list of article ideas, along with synonyms and modifiers you may wish to use in each post.

How can I use these queries to improve my website's performance?

Generally, most marketers will use a suggestion tool like this to stimulate ideas for new content. By adding new pages to your site that cover a wider range of information you have the potential of ranking for many more long tail search phrases.

Search engines like to feature websites that include plenty of original, quality content. By writing more guides, analysis and advice on your niche you increase your overall relevance, which can make your entire site perform better in organic search.

You can also use the suggestions to discover new modifiers and synonyms to use in your copy. If you have a page that is already ranked high in an engine like Google you might benefit from adding more suggested keywords to your title, sub headings or article body.