LowFruits helps you find what we call “low hanging fruits” – or keywords that you can rank for easily! Enter a keyword, add in some wildcard searches and you will have a list of longtail keywords that come straight from Google.
What does LowFruits do?
LowFruit is a keyword research tool that scrapes the search engine results to find opportunities for you to rank certain keywords easily. It will look for websites that are low in authority that allow you to easily outrank them. This can include low authority websites, Reddit, Quora, forums, etc.
The LowFruits dashboard has got to be one of the prettiest I have seen! It is simple and clean and really allows you to focus on the keywords.
So let’s talk about what is going on here.
- On the left is the navigation area. You will be mostly focused on reports and lists.
- Under settings you will manage your account and subscription.
- Your websites allows you to add websites that the tool can check to see if you are ranking for when you run a keyword analysis.
- The help center offers common questions and tutorials to help you use the tool effectively.
That’s it! Simple – clean and easy to use.
When you click on reports in the left navigation you will see the screen that looks like the one below.
You can see the 5 sample reports I have run – all which you can see in the video above. Let’s have a quick rundown of what you are seeing here.
- You can see the seed keyword entered under the name column.
- Click on the eye icon to view the full keyword report created for the seed keyword.
- Where you see “veganfoundry.com” – for that seed keyword I entered a domain so the tool can better define which keywords are easy to rank. I talk more about that below.
- Opportunity column is telling us whether there is opportunity for us to find easy to rank keywords.
- Last column is giving us the number of easy to rank keywords it found, the number of keywords that were analyzed, and how many total keywords were found based on the seed keyword.
Important to note, I only analyzed keywords for best * bicycle and best * vegans – the others I just ran the keyword research but did not further analyze any results. This is why there is missing data.
After you have completed your keyword research and analyzed some of the keywords – you may find some that you love and want to create content for. That is where lists come in!
When you find keywords you can create lists and add those keywords to them.
Keyword research with LowFruits
Below is the screen where you start your keyword search. I will break down each of these fields.
- Enter your seed keyword. You can enter a keyword as it is or use a wildcard (*) to bring in new opportunities.
- Select your country and language. There are currently 17 countries and 6 languages.
- The advanced options section is OPTIONAL, but adding your domain will allow the tool to show you the ranking pages that have less authority than your own website making it even more effective for research. It will also show you whether or not you rank for any of the keywords it finds, so I do recommend adding your domain in there.
- You can also add amax DA you want to target. So if you know your website is a DA of 30, you might want to enter 25 in the DA box so the results only show keywords that have pages ranking that are a DA of 25 or less.
- Domains to highlight allows you to enter specific domains that you know you can outrank and will show in the keyword results report for you when you run the analysis.
- Negative keywords are a great way to refine your search. There are some default one entered, but you can add as many as you need to make your search more accurate.
Keyword results report
Now that you have run your keyword search, you will want to see the results. Below is the screen that reflects all the keywords found – as well as 2 analysis I did on 2 keywords.
When you first see this report it will NOT have any analysis done, you will just see the keywords produced from your seed keyword. Then you need to go through the list and see which keywords make sense for your website.
For example, if I had a website about being vegan – I would be interested in finding out more information for “best air fryer for vegans” and “best flour for vegans”.
I selected those 2 keywords to do an analysis on. When you run an analysis on a keyword you use 1 credit for each keyword!
This is why it is important to really review the keywords so you can maximize your cost of the tool!
Now, let’s breakdown what this screen is offering you.
- At the top you will see the seed keyword I entered “best * vegans”. It also shows a website I entered to run the keyword report against which shows a domain authority of 26. By default, the tool will use DA 20, unless you enter a domain. So, all the keywords that are listed below should have top ranking pages with a DA of 26 or less, meaning I should be able to break into the top 10.
- Below that are some tabs where you can find the main suggested keywords, questions related to the keywords, related keywords, clusters, and the top competing pages.
- You can then see the total number of keywords found was 209.
- There are also filters available so you can filter in different ways to keep the list more manageable.
- Then you have your list of keywords.
When I go through the keywords I use the eye icon to remove any that I already know will not work for me. Removing keywords with dates or those that are branded keep the list clean.
From there I will then select those that I want to analyze in more depth. After the analysis is done you will see something like the below where there are little fruit icons. The more icons, the better the chance of you ranking for that keyword.
Let’s breakdown the information for “best air fryer for vegans”.
- The estimated monthly search volume is 210.
- If there was a featured snippet it would show under the FEAT column.
- The average word count for the top 3 ranking pages is 3,605.
- Weak spots will show me the pages that I can possibly outrank. When you hover the fruit icons it will show you the page, the DA and the type of website it is. (See image below where you can see the one website is a DA of 8)
- In the POS column you can see if your page ranks for any of the given keywords. You can see the sample website I put in ranks 19 for the term best flour for vegans. Since I now know that at least one of the top ranking pages is a lower DA than mine, then I would want to re-optimize that post to see if I can get it ranking better.
- The last column is the cost per click (CPC)
Another cool features is the ability to see the list of top ranking pages right in the interface. I can easily see the DA of the top 10 sites, as well as word count, and if the site is a page or an affiliate post etc.
Finding other keyword ideas
LowFruits has a few other resources as well to brainstorm additional keyword ideas. These are the tabs that are shown below the seed keyword at the top of the page.
In the questions tab you can find questions related to your seed keyword. You can use these to create new content or to add to existing content. Questions are pulled from PAA and related searches from Google and you can analyze these as well to find quick win opportunities.
Related terms are additional Google related terms that you can also use for new or existing content.
Once you analyze a bunch of keywords, if the tool finds keywords that can become clusters it will list them in the clusters tab. As an example, when I did analysis on a few keywords related to air fryers for vegans I got the below cluster suggestion. I might want to do a content piece on the best air fryer for vegans and a second article on whether or not air fryers are healthy for vegans.
In the competition tab you will find a list of the top ranking competitors along with some great information. You can see the type of content they are creating, DA, the ad network they use, and the age of the site. These can all help you determine how easily you can rank!
The LowFruits Colors
So let’s break down real quick what the different colored fruits mean. The above just shows green, but there are other colors as well.
- Green fruits represent low DA websites
- Blue fruits mean the top ranking pages include what are called user generated content websites like tumblr, forums, or Quora.
- Yellow fruits will show if you added a domain and you rank for that keyword
- Purple fruits are for other domains that you may have entered that you also wanted to compare
The more fruits you see, the easier the keywords will be to rank in the top 10!
How much does LowFruits cost?
One thing that makes LowFruits a great keyword tool for anyone is the flexible pricing options. Even the smallest bloggers can benefit from the tool for a low cost.
They offer the following pricing options:
- Pay as you go. For a flat fee you can purchase credits that you are free to use when you need them. They do not expire either. Packages currently available are $25 for 2,000 credits, $100 for 10,000 credits, and $250 for 50,000 credits.
- Monthly Subscription. Monthly subscriptions are $29.90 per month for 3,000 credits or $79.90 per month for 10,000 credits.
- Annual Subscription. Annual subscriptions are $249 per year for 3,000 credits each month or $749 per year for 10,000 credits each month.
How do the credits work?
You will use 1 credit for each keyword you analyze. You do NOT use credits for running a keyword report, but only when you select keywords to further analyze.
OK, if you do not want to read everything above – here it all is in a nutshell.
- Enter a seed keyword (use wildcard (*) for better results)
- Review the list of keywords. Remove the ones that are no value and then select the ones you like to do the analysis.
- You will use 1 credit for each keyword analyzed.
- Look for keywords that have the most fruits – the more fruits, the easier it will be to rank.
- Enter your domain in the initial search to have the tool compare DA against your own website.
- DA of 20 is used by default with no domain added.
- Use the Questions tab to find questions to add to your pages or start a new topic.
- Use the Related tab to find other related keywords to your seed keyword.
- If the tool finds possible cluster topics, it will add those to the Clusters tab
- The Competition tab will show you all the top competing pages and some key elements about those competitors.
So, what do you think about LowFruits? Are you using it – will you try it?