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#1 Bulk Allintitle, Keyword Golden Ratio* Checker and More (2021 Expert's Choice Award & G2 Leader Spring 2023)

KW Explorer + SERP Tracker, AI-Powered Content Writing Tool, Bulk Allintitle, KGR* Checker, Exploding Topics Finder & People Also Ask Tool

Keyword suggestion tool, People Also Ask (PAA) research tool, Allintitle, Google search operators and KGR bulk checker with laser-focused geolocation and language targeting. Plus SERP Tracker, Content Writing tool (AI-powered) and trending niche tracker tool. ūüĎč

Our Awards

Use an award-winning keyword research, AI-powered content writing and SERP Tracker tool that has been used and recommended by top SEO experts.

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KW Explorer

Keyword Suggestion Tool and Long-tail Keywords Finder

Find thousands of related keywords, question phrases, closely-associated terms, and comparison keywords for any seed keyword while finding out about your keyword’s difficulty and popularity. Our keyword suggestion tool lets you select your keywords and import them directly into the Bulk Checker for further analysis, including Allintitle and KGR research.

Our keyword finder tool has a different and unique approach to keyword research. Unlike other keyword research tools, instead of spitting out thousands of keywords from a bought database, we provide you with real-time keywords from various sources such as Google, Bing, Yahoo, Amazon, Walmart, etc. These are the keywords that people have actually searched on these sources and are up to the minute.

People Also Ask

People Also Ask (PAA) Tool

Find numerous valuable questions related to any keyword with the help of our Google’s People Also Ask (PAA) feature. Allintitle’s People Also Ask tool helps you extract numerous questions around any topic from Google’s PAA section in real time with any search depth for any country and in any language you want.

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Niche Finder

Find Exploding Topics With Niche Finder For Free

Our unique Niche Finder tool monitors and analyzes thousands of trending niches and exploding topics in real-time. Our Niche Finder is completely free and provides a better data presentation and more information about each topic or niche than other tools such as Exploding Topics.

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SERP Tracker

SERP Tracking Tool and SERP Overview in Bulk Checker

Our SERP Tracking tool lets you add SERP Tracking projects to monitor your website’s rankings on search results for your list of keywords with a precise geo-targeting feature.

In the Bulk Checker, after your keywords are imported and processed, you can click on the G icon next to each keyword to see the Google SERP overview for that particular keyword. We also display different SEO metrics for each website found in the SERP. Furthermore, we show you if the keyword is used in the title tag, meta description, or the URL of each site.

  • Domain Authority
  • Page Authority
  • Citation Flow
  • Backlinks
  • Facebook Shares
  • Estimated Visits
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KGR Checker

Keyword Golden Ratio (KGR) Checker

The Keyword Golden Ratio is a Keyword Research concept developed by Doug Cunnington. The KGR formula is a simple division of the number of Allintitle results returned for a search term on Google divided by its Search Volume. KGR is one of the easiest and most straightforward methods of finding easy-to-rank, low-competitive keywords and is nearly foolproof (Learn more about KGR here.) Our Bulk Checker has a built-in KGR calculator that helps you find the KGR value for multiple keywords at once.

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Bulk Search Volume Checker

Bulk Keywords Search Volume Checker

Get access to search volume data provided by Google itself (Up to the last 5 years). Recognize new trends and analyze SERP results. Identify low competition keywords using allintitle operator. With our easily navigable panel you can find easily ranking low competition keywords in just one click.

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Trusted By Digital Marketing Experts , SEO Gurus, Amazon Affiliate Marketers From Around The World

But you don’t need to be an SEO expert to use the Allintitle keyword research tool. We have made this tool intuitive and user-friendly, so that anyone with any level of experience can use it. All you need is a list of keywords, and you are ready to go! Lightning fast web-based system. No software to install or maintain; no proxy required.

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Our Features

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Geo Local Results

Get your Search Volume, Allintitle, and KGR results for any geolocation/language.

Easy-to-use Interface

Import your keywords and get the results within a minute in an easy-to-use web-based dashboard

CSV Export

Export keyword results into a CSV file to be used elsewhere.

Keywords Search Volume & Trends

Get keywords search volume and Google Trend results for your imported keywords.

SERP Analysis

Get live SERP results for each of the analyzed keywords along with the SEO Metrics for each domain.

Filter Results

Filter results based on different criteria to narrow down your list according to your specific needs.

Pricing Plans

This table shows our monthly subscription plans. If you prefer a pay-as-you-go payment method with no monthly commitment and tokens that won’t expire, please refer to our pay-as-you-go pricing table on¬†this page.

Here is how tokens can be used:

  • Bulk Checker (Allintitle and KGR bulk checker) – 1 token per keyword
  • KW Explorer – 2 tokens per search
  • People Also Ask – approximately 1-5 tokens per search, per search engine
  • Ranking Gap – approximately 1-15 tokens per competitor, depending on how many keywords they have
  • Backlink Gap – approximately 1-15 tokens per competitor, depending on how many keywords they have
  • SERP Tracker – subscription only
  • Writer Assistant – 1 token to start an article and 2 tokens to access each of the keyword tab, competitive tab, SERP and plagiarism tabs

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Allintitle and how to use it?

In short, allintitle is a Google Search Operator that tells Google to only returns the web pages that have a specific keyword in their title tag. To use this search operator, you must enter this query allintitle: keyword in the Google search field. In the screenshot below, you can see an example of this.

As you can see in the above image, there are¬†330 websites that use ‚ÄúHow to train a dog to roll over‚Ä̬†in their title tag.

Theoretically, the lower allintitle number could translate to lower competition for that keyword. Still, it would help if you consider other interplaying ranking factors. We recommend you at least check page one of the Google search result and analyze the competition using the known SEO ranking factors.

The Allintitle tool helps you get the allintitle value in bulk for your list of keywords but also lets you see the competitive metrics related to the top 10 results on Google search via our SERP Overview function for any keyword.

What is People Also Ask and how you can use it?

Google’s People Also Ask (PAA) feature provides users with additional questions and their quick answers related to their original search term. Each question in the PAA section, if clicked, can add more relevant questions to Google’s PAA section. The People Also Ask results are an excellent source of information for marketers and SEOs running keyword research about a topic. Here is an example of the People Also Ask section for this keyword: Keyword Research Tool

Google PAA Section Example

Allintitle.co’s People Also Ask feature helps you automate the process of extracting these questions from Google’s PAA section for your search term.

How can I benefit from Allintitle keyword research?

Allintitle keyword research makes it easy to quickly find untapped low-competitive keywords that you can easily rank for without many other efforts. It’s best for beginner websites that need to build on their authority around a niche or particular topic. The keywords with lower allintitle results are often referred to as “low-hanging,” referring to the ease of targeting and ranking on Google with a well-written, SEO-optimized blog post or web page copy.

What Is Keyword Golden Ratio (KGR)?

Keyword Golden Ratio (KGR) is a keyword research concept that seeks to find low-competitive keywords for which you can quickly gain high rankings on Google. A good KGR keyword provides an equilibrium between search volume and competitiveness. Going after high search volume keywords, even though very tempting, for a beginner website (or even an average or above-average website) could be like a mission impossible. For that reason, a keyword research method such as KGR can come to help. KGR value of a keyword is the ratio of the number of allintitle results for that keyword over its Search Volume. A good KGR keyword has a maximum KGR value of 0.25 with a max search volume of 250. These thresholds ensure that the keyword has some search volume and, at the same time, is not overused by other pages. The KGR method was first introduced by Doug Cunnington of the Niche Site Project. To learn more about this method, you can watch this video.

How to find KGR Keywords?

You can manually search on Google for allintitle results and then calculate the KGR value for each keyword using a spreadsheet. You would still need a bulk keyword research tool to get the search volume values for each keyword. The disadvantages of the manual method are:

  • It is a very time-consuming and tedious task.
  • It is not accurate as it is prone to human errors.
  • Due to the Google personalized search, Google might serve you a different search result page with a slightly different value for allintitle, which again impair the accuracy of the results.
  • After performing a few searches, Google will think you are a bot and will ask you to solve a CAPTCHA which makes the process even more tedious and time-consuming.
  • You would still need a keyword research tool to get the search volume values for your list of keywords.
  • Working with spreadsheets is just so outdated.
  • Allintitle values can differ depending on your location, so if you are in Italy, you might get a different Allintitle value for the same keyword than if you were in the United States.

The easier way is to use Allintitle.co Bulk Checker’s built-in KGR calculator. If you have a list of keywords, you can simply import them into the Bulk Checker, but if you don’t have a list of keywords, our KW Explorer can help you find thousands of long-tail keywords for any niche or seed keyword. You can then select these keywords and import them to the Bulk Checker directly from the KW Explorer with just one click to get their KGR values along with many other keyword metrics that our Bulk Checker provides. Our Bulk Checker lets you set the Search Engine locality to any location in the world to get the allintitle value as if you had searched from that location. We also provide Search Volume at the country, city, and region levels.

How to calculate KGR, is there a Keyword Golden Ratio calculator?

To calculate KGR, you need two pieces of information for each keyword Search volume (SV) and allintitle value (AT:). Then KGR will be calculated with this formula AT:/SV. This formula is shown in the picture below.


Now a golden keyword or a good KGR keyword are the ones that have a search volume of less than 250 and a KGR value equal to or less than 0.25. Here is an example:

If a keyword has¬†20¬†allintitle results and a search volume of¬†90, it would have a KGR of¬†0.22 (20 / 90 = 0.22).¬†Now because¬†0.22¬†is less than 0.25 and the search volume was less than 250, we can say that this keyword is a golden keyword for which you can rank on Google’s first page results easily and quickly.

Instead of manually calculating the KGR value for your keywords, which would be a very tedious and time-consuming process, you can use Allintitle.co’s built-in KGR checker. Allintitle.co provides a suite of different keyword research tools, including a long-tail keyword finder (KW Explorer), a Keywords Bulk Checker, a People Also Ask tool, a Niche Tracker tool, a SERP Tracker tool, and a lot more that can help you perform your Keyword Research from A to Z.

What is the easiest way to calculate KGR for thousands of keywords in one click?

Searching for allintitle and manually calculating KGR for a large number of keywords can take a lot of time. Plus, Google blocks you after a few allintitle queries, and you need to solve that famous CAPTCHA. Furthermore, manually calculating KGR is prone to inaccuracy due to human errors and the fact that the allintitle value differs depending on the user’s geolocation. Not to mention that dealing with Spreadsheets is just a total headache, and you would still need a keyword research tool to get the search volume values for your list of keywords. Allintitle.co’s built-in KGR checker solves all these problems.

Can I apply the KGR method for keywords with 250+ search volume too?

The 250 threshold is just a rule-of-thumb set to work for any website, including new ones with zero popularity. That said, you can apply the KGR concept for keywords with a higher search volume than 250. Let’s say that you found a keyword with a search volume of¬†3600, and there are only¬†56¬†sites with that keyword in their title. If you follow common sense, you can see that the keyword is worth trying. As with only 56 sites using that keyword in their title tag, there is still a good chance to get high rankings for that keyword (depending on your site’s strength and the quality of the content you will create to target that keyword.) So you can use any search volume threshold you feel is suitable for you and your website.

Should I also manually check the competition?

It’s very important that you don’t follow through blindly. Even if the keyword term meets KGR requirements, it does not mean you will rank high just like that. We recommend checking SERP competition manually for every keyword you plan to rank for. We facilitate this for you too. Allintitle. co’s Keyword Bulk Checker shows on the right side of every imported keyword a “G” button that, when you click it, will display the top 10 results from Google for that specific keyword on the right panel. Using the SERP button, you can see¬†Domain Authority, Page Authority, Citation Flow, Trust Flow, Number of external backlinks, estimated traffic, and social signals‚Ķ¬†for every site that ranks in the top 10 google results for the specific keyword. It will also give you an answer to a few questions like¬†“Does the keyword exists in the title?”, “Does keyword exists in the meta description?”, “Does the keyword exists in the URL?”. Remember,¬†these are just fundamental factors¬†required to understand the competitive landscape for each keyword on Google Search Results. You may want to check every website’s backlink profile and look at the other important metrics.

Can I use the Keyword Golden Ratio method even if I have no SEO experience?

There are many cases where people with no prior SEO experience could achieve great results simply by following the KGR method. If you want to check such case studies, You will find plenty of them on¬†this YouTube channel. If you are just starting to learn SEO, the KGR method is ideal for you, as it is straightforward and doesn’t require much knowledge. There is an old saying that goes like this “throw it at the wall and see what sticks,”¬†¬†and you can apply it to the KGR method too. Add as many quality posts as possible using the Keyword Golden Ratio method, and something will always stick, and the organic traffic will start to roll in even if you are a total newbie.

Can I rank for good KGR keywords without any link building?

The short answer is yes. The idea behind the KGR method is to find low-hanging keywords (those long-tail keywords used less by other sites and thus have a lower competition.) These keywords are easier to rank for without any link-building effort. But if your site is new and lacks popularity around a specific topic, you would need to add more than just a few blog posts targeting good KGR keywords. You would need to build on the site’s content by iterating the process of finding KGR keywords for your niche and writing high-quality content targeting those KGR keywords.

*Disclaimer: Keyword Golden Ratio and KGR are Doug Cunnington’s trademark and any mention of them by Allintitle.co is only for informational purposes and¬†to refer to Allintitle/SV ratio. Allintitle.co is a full-fledged keyword research tool which (as one of its many features) provides bulk check for [Search Operators / Search Volume] ratios including [Allintitle/SV] which is referred to as Keyword Golden Ratio or KGR by some users. Allintitle.co is not in any form affiliated with Doug Cunnington, and Allintitle.co does not teach, recommend or encourage use of KGR method.

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