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Keyword Tool

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Stage

Seed | Alive

Total Raised

$40K

Last Raised

$40K | 8 yrs ago

About Keyword Tool

Keyword Tool is a keyword research tool that helps to find long-tail keywords for content creators, SEO, and SEM professionals. It uses Google Autocomplete to generate relevant long-tail keywords for any topic. It extracts Google keyword suggestions and presents them to the user.

Headquarters Location

Suite C 2/F On Lok Mansion 39-43 Hollywood Road

Central,

Hong Kong

+852 81933370

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How to find low competition KDP niches using Book Bolt

Jan 21, 2023

January 21, 2023 - Advertisement - Low content books are a great option if you want to earn money online by publishing books on Amazon KDP. - Advertisement - These books require minimal effort to create and can be quickly published and sold on Amazon’s Kindle. Books with less content, such as journals, coloring books and planners, are popular with Amazon customers and can be a great additional source of income for you. - Advertisement - Amazon’s KDP platform allows authors to self-publish their work and make money through royalties. Now, be that as it may, the KDP landscape is now more competitive than ever. To be successful, you need to find a niche of low-competitive KDPs that can help you sell books quickly. - Advertisement - Luckily, with tools like Book Bolt, and for only 10 bucks a month, you can find dozens of such niches. Read on to find out. How to Identify Low-Competitive KDP Niches Here are some strategies for finding low-competition niches. 1) Manually browsing Amazon Kindle for ideas Go to Amazon, and start browsing the platform for the type of books you want to create. You can start from a given general location, or use only low-content book types. Some of the most popular types of low-content books you should research are: Blank Journals Notebooks Coloring Books Daily Planners Dot Grid Journals Art & Craft Journals. puzzle books activity books music sheets This activity is meant to help you find KDP niches with profitable niches (books that are selling). We use Amazon Best Seller Rank (BSR.) to estimate typical sales. If a book with a low BSR value is ranking for a given keyword, it is a good indication that it is doing well in terms of sales. DS Use the Amazon Quick View Chrome extension, as it adds BSR information to the bottom of each result on Amazon. Record the marks that ‘speak’ to you in a table or spreadsheet. 2) Leverage Book Bolt KDP Research Features Another strategy for finding profitable but low-competition niches for low-content books is to use a paid tool like Book Bolt. Book Bolt is an all-in-one Amazon KDP business tool for niche research, competitor research, cover and interior design, and publishing. Here are some Book Bolt features for niche research: a) Cloud Module This tool enables you to find top rated books. For example, you can search for the top 100 bestsellers in the notebooks category. Filter: Price Range Keywords Number of Results Best Seller Rank Each result contains nuanced information that can help you decide if the niche is right for you, including category, title, cover, pricing, author information, reviews, publication date, BSR, estimated monthly sales, etc. . Under each listing, there is also a clock (BSR / Price History feature). Clicking on it will take you to even more information including BSR and price history. The heart feature, next to the clock, allows you to save books that interest you to a folder so you can easily find them later. To access your saved books, simply navigate to the left sidebar within your Book Bolt dashboard, and click Favorites. b) Products tab – for brainstorming keywords On the left sidebar, go to the Products tab. Enter a topic and choose a category. The results will include best selling books, and the right sidebar will give you all the related keywords you can use. c) Keyword metrics Another tool that Book Bolt provides that can help you find less-competitive KDP niches is its Keyword feature. You can access this tool from the left sidebar. Simply enter a topic or keyword that you have in mind, and let the tool return related keywords with the following metrics: Amazon search volume Google search volume CPC data Competition level Overall, Book Bolt is a great tool for authors and publishers who want to get the most out of their KDP publishing experience. Criteria for Finding Low Competition KDP Niches When doing your specific research for books with less content, there are a few things you should keep in mind: a) Book Publication Dates Only consider books published within 6 months to 1 year. Using old books as the basis for your niche research will not get you the results you need, as these books will likely have collected dozens of reviews, or taken advantage of a trend that may no longer be popular. Is. b) book subject Is this topic popular enough to invest in? Focus on topics that you think have a large audience. Once you’ve settled on a few niches you’ll need to do more research. You can use BookBolt’s Keyword Tool to help you with this. c) competitiveness Consider the level of competition in the niche. Are there already many books on this topic or is it relatively untapped? Ask yourself these questions: Can I improve on this topic? Are there viable ways for me to differentiate myself? A low-competition KDP niche can offer higher returns than more competitive topics, requiring less effort on your part. However, it is important to keep researching and researching topics to find the best possible niche for your short content book. With the time and effort put into finding the right niche, online entrepreneurs can ensure their success in the Amazon KDP platform.

Keyword Tool Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is Keyword Tool's headquarters?

    Keyword Tool's headquarters is located at Suite C 2/F On Lok Mansion, Central.

  • What is Keyword Tool's latest funding round?

    Keyword Tool's latest funding round is Seed.

  • How much did Keyword Tool raise?

    Keyword Tool raised a total of $40K.

  • Who are the investors of Keyword Tool?

    Investors of Keyword Tool include Start-Up Chile.

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