Wordtracker has launched a free tool called “Keyword Questions,” that let webmasters and SEOs find the specific questions that
people type into search engines. The answers to these questions can provide a great way to build links and search traffic.Here’s how it works: You just enter a short keyword – one or two words – and the tool will pair it with six question words - what, why, when, how, where and who – and then conduct a broad match from Wordtracker’s database.
- So someone with a coffee website, could enter ‘coffee’ and find questions like ‘who invented the coffee maker’, ‘why use cold water when brewing coffee’, ‘how to make iced coffee’ and ‘how to clean a coffee pot’.
- A flower shop could enter ‘sorry’ and find questions like ‘how to say sorry to your girlfriend’ or ‘how to say sorry after huge argument’.
- A website on UFOs might be interested to know that the most popular questions on UFOs include ‘how to fake UFO photographs’ or ‘how to build a UFO’.