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Research (Beta)

Common Keywords

Unveil the shared SEO strengths of two websites with our 'Common Keywords' module. Enter any two domains to discover keywords they both rank for in Google, accompanied by key SEO metrics. This tool is perfect for competitive analysis and identifying overlapping keyword opportunities for strategic planning.


With Common Keywords, you can quickly identify overlapping keywords between two websites. This is perfect for competitive SEO analysis and strategic keyword planning. Also, it is easy to add the keywords you have discovered to your Rank Tracker.

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Key Metrics

  • Keyword: This displays the keyword for which both websites are ranking. It is crucial to identify shared SEO strengths and opportunities between the two sites.
  • Volume: Represents the average monthly search volume for the keyword, providing an estimate of its popularity and potential traffic it can drive to your site.
  • Trend: Details the monthly search volume for the keyword over the past twelve months, offering insights into seasonal trends and fluctuations in interest.
  • CPC: Shows the average cost-per-click in USD for the keyword derived from historical Google Ads data. It helps gauge the keyword's potential advertising cost.
  • Keyword Difficulty (K.D.): Keyword Difficulty score, on a scale from 0 to 100, gauges how hard it is to rank in the top 10 organic search results. Higher scores denote tougher competition.
  • Results Count: This number reflects the total number of search results for this keyword, giving insight into the keyword's competition and popularity in the content landscape.
  • Search Intent: Identifies the primary search intent behind the keyword, such as informational, navigational, commercial, or transactional, guiding content creation and optimization strategies.
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  • Position: Indicates the relative position within a group of elements with identical type values, helping to understand the keyword's standing in specific SERP sections.
  • Visual Rank: Displays the absolute rank of the keyword in SERP, giving a clear picture of its overall visibility and prominence in search results.
  • Change: Indicates the keyword's previous rank in the SERP, helping to track changes in ranking over time and assess SEO performance dynamics.
  • Traffic Est: Estimates the organic traffic volume to the domain from this keyword, calculated based on CTR and impressions, offering a gauge of potential visitor numbers.
  • Impression Est: Calculates the estimated monthly impressions for this keyword, offering insights into its potential reach and visibility on the domain.
  • Traffic Cost Est: Estimates the cost of driving the equivalent organic traffic through paid advertising, providing a metric for evaluating SEO vs. PPC investment.
  • URL: Displays the URL of the search result, allowing you to directly access and analyze the webpage that ranks for the keyword.
  • Title: Presents the title of the SERP result, offering a snapshot of how the keyword is represented in search listings and its relevance to the content.
  • Description: Provides a brief description of the search result, giving insights into the content's relevance and appeal for the keyword.
  • Volume (by Months): This field expresses the search volume of the selected word for the specified language and location on the selected date for 12 months of the year.
  • Ads Competition (float): Indicates the level of competition for the keyword based on Google Ads data. A higher value suggests more competitors vying for this keyword.
  • Ads Competition (string): Represents the competition level in paid SERPs, categorized as LOW, MEDIUM, or HIGH. This metric is vital for evaluating the competitive landscape in PPC.
  • CPC min.: Shows the minimum cost-per-click in USD for the keyword, derived from historical Google Ads data.
  • CPC max.: Shows the maximum cost-per-click in USD for the keyword, derived from historical Google Ads data.