How to Get More SEO Traffic Using The Ubersuggest Chrome Extension

Today, I’m going to show you how to use the Ubersuggest Chrome extension to get more search traffic.


First off, if you already haven’t, make sure you go and download the Ubersuggest Chrome extension. You can just go to the Chrome Store, type in Ubersuggest and you’ll see it. It has quite a bit of downloads and it breaks down the features but more so I’m going to show you once you have it installed, how to use it to get more search traffic.

Now first off, whenever you do a search within Google, you’ll see a keyword and you can see data on it by just clicking, View All, like how many people are searching for it on desktop or mobile devices versus, you know, how many people are clicking on it from SEO or paid results or the age range of the searchers and, you know the cost per click data, the difficulty to rank for that.

And then in the right side bar, you’ll see more keyword ideas as well. Now the first thing I want to point out and this is important, if you want more traffic and when you’re searching Google you’ll notice that a lot of your competitors are ranking for certain keywords. Look on the right sidebar to see the related keywords.

These are some of the keywords that you should also be targeting and are similar, in which you can potentially use the same page to target multiple variations of these phrases to get you more traffic.

Secondly, what you’ll notice is, with each search result, you’ll see the domain score, domain traffic, social shares and even how many backlinks it has. Click the down arrow when it comes to backlinks for any URL and you can see who’s linking to them. This is important because you want to see who’s linking to your competition and you can hit up those websites and try to get them to link back to you.

Now and here’s the main thing that I do with Ubersuggest Chrome extension to find more keywords is I go at the very bottom and I scroll and you can end up seeing other related keywords based on data coming directly from Google and in many cases I’ll start including these keywords within my webpages as well. But here’s the kicker and here’s my favorite strategy.

So you can drill more down into detail in which you’ll be able to see, all right, here are their top pages and here are the keywords that make up traffic to that domain, right? So you can end up seeing, you know, what are all the keywords? In addition to that, when you go to, back to the extension, you can see all the keywords that they’re ranking for per region as well.

So India, you know, their ranking for some of the similar terms. And you can do this for a lot of sites. So you can even go to like, my own website, to give you an idea on some of the data. So let’s say go to and it’s the same concept. I can see traffic over time, how many keywords I’m ranking for.

And the big thing that I like doing is I like looking at the keywords for each country. You can even click, View All Keywords and what this will do is show you all the keywords that our domain ranks for per country. And the overall point I’m trying to make when I’m showing you all of these features is more so they really help you find keyword opportunities and link opportunities.

You’re then of course going to have to create content, but if you’re creating content and you’re not doing your keyword research, you’re not targeting the right keywords, you’re generally not going to get much traffic.

So that’s it, if you follow those simple steps with the Ubersuggest Chrome extension, you’ll find link opportunities first of all and second of all, you’ll find more and more keyword opportunities.

And don’t always just go for the really popular keywords or like the single word phrase keywords, go after the ones that are longer-tailed that have three or four words because they may not drive as much traffic, but they tend to drive more conversions and of course if you’re lost on creating content, the top pages report for each website that you visit when you click on the U it’ll give you an idea of what’s working well for them and you can start replicating that as well.

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  1. Hey neil. I love your videos thank you! I have a question maybe you can answer, and possibly make a video about it. For SEO it requires me to have internal links and external links. Being as I'm creating seo for my items in my shop page , I can not do anything with the shop page through elementor. How can I put internal and external links on my product page? I'm using astra theme. I mean technically I already have them in my footer and suggested products but it's not seeing those.

  2. If I make 1000 or 5000+ dofollow backlinks from different posts of single DA 91 website ,will it increase my DA to 40+ or I need more referring domains to increase DA but they are in the range of DA 30 to 60 ?

  3. Hi Neil, Hope you are doing great.
    My question is: Can I use same headings as that of my competitor's page?

    For example my competitor's page heading is "Free Keto Diet for Weight Loss"

    Can I use the same heading and write a brief content and get more quality back links to outrank them?

  4. Hey neil can u please provide the link of this video How to generate 195,013 visitors a month using Ubersuggest OR we can see anytime that video through that particular link?

  5. Great tool, Neil. 🙂 I use the Chrome extension to explore a handful of competitors. They differ most from me in: number of organic keywords, number of backlinks (and nofollows) and number of Shares on Facebook. The last one is most puzzling to me, since they don't seem to use Facebook much. I have two questions: 1) is there a way to see, how they've obtained a huge amount of facebook shares, and how long back does that count go? 2) Which brings more value, typically: A high number of backlinks in total, or a high number of backlinks without 'nofollow'? Thanks in advance. 🙂

  6. Is there is difference between keyword difficulty and seo difficulties
    Because when I try same keyword in semrush it is saying hard i.e 75%
    But sd is giving 23-25
    I am pretty confused please help me
    Thank you

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