What is LowFruits ?
LowFruits is a keyword research tool that provides low-competition keywords for your website. By using low-competition keywords, you should rank faster on Google’s search engine results than if you were to use high-competition keywords.
- Boosted keyword finder
- Domain Explorer
- Extract compet. kwds
- Top Performers
- 10% discount on PAYG
- SERP tracking (Coming Soon)
- More coming …
Who Should Use LowFruits?
LowFruits.io is suitable for anyone looking to improve their website’s SEO, from small business owners to advanced SEO specialists. If you are looking to rank on Google’s SERPs for relevant keywords to your industry, LowFruits will provide you with the low-competition keywords you need to get there faster.
What Are The Benefits Of Using LowFruits?
- LowFruits makes it easy to find crazy low competition keywords related to your seed keyword, which is one of the main reasons for this LowFruits.io review. I REALLY love this tool!
- Of course, there are other tools you can use to do this, but LowFruits has been designed with low-competition keywords in mind, meaning you can find keywords in your niche that you can rank for quickly.
- One of my favourite features is that within their keyword reports, LowFruits will highlight weak spots within the current search engine listings for that keyword. This means that you can see keywords that have weak spots, making them even easier for you to target!
Here’s how that looks:
And here’s a quick guide to what each colour means:
- Green: The website has a low domain authority
- Blue: The result is a forum post or UGC content
- Yellow: Your website, so you already feature in the top SERPs for the keyword
- Purple: A custom website you can set if you want to track how many keywords they are ranking for, like a competitor
Is LowFruits Beginner Friendly?
- I should preface this by saying that I have used other keyword research tools in the past, so I know a thing or two about the stats provided and how to choose the right seed keyword to get the best results. That being said, LowFruits provides prompts when you sign up to walk you through the process, as well as helpful guidelines on what each of their stats means within your keyword report.
- The interface is slick and well laid out, meaning with a little tinkering once you sign up, you should have the hang of it in no time!
- Compared to other keyword research tools, I would say LowFruits is very beginner friendly.
How To Use LowFruits Keyword Finder
LowFruits Keyword Finder is where you will start using Low Fruits, and probably where you will spend most of your time using the tool.
You start out by entering your seed keyword here:
Make sure to change the country and language settings to suit your needs, as this will influence your results.
I’ve used a very broad seed keyword for this search and gone with “web design”. Here’s what my report looks like:
Until now, we haven’t used any credits to generate this report, which is why it’s fairly low on data. We’ll continue to use more free features to filter this down so you don’t use too many credits on long-tail keywords you won’t use.
This data can be very useful on its own, but if you have a huge amount of results and no idea about weak spots, search volume, word count, etc., it’s going to be pretty difficult to find the right keywords from this list.
Before using any credits, I recommend running through the following:
- Topic: Make sure the results only feature relevant topics
- Intent: This will depend on what pages you are planning to optimise. For blog posts, go for pre-purchase.
- Include: This will filter results to only include the words you list. For example, I might choose “tips”.
- Exclude: This will filter results to exclude the words you list. They have a few default options here, like including [country] to exclude all countries. I might also exclude “Wix”.
- #Words: You can filter by word count here (even though LowFruits isn’t showing you the word counts yet). You might exclude everything over 1,500 words, so you have an even better chance of outranking the content.
You may find that as you filter this list, you end up with 0 keywords. That means you have filtered too much and have run out of long-tail keywords, in which case you need to scale it back or try a different seed keyword to better suit your filtering.
You can also click “Fetch Volume” without using any credits, which may help you further to reduce the size of this list before you use your credits for the real data.