Bulk KGR-Calculator | What is Keyword Golden Ratio Written on . Posted in KeySuggest.
After years of research and development, we finally build the most suitable Bulk KGR calculator. This version of our KGR calculator is fully loaded with real-world features like No Keyword Limit, Guaranteed Results, CSV import and export, etc.
How to use our KGR Calculator?
Here is a step-by-step, Read and follow the guide given below:
On this page, you have to set your input parameters like Language, Location, and Search Engine.
Note: Once you submit the request you can’t change these parameters.
Past your keyword list or upload a CSV file
Now you can either upload your CSV file with the “keyword” field. Or you can simply enter multiple keywords.
Tip: To generate seed keywords you can use our keyword called InfinitySuggest.
Submit the request
Click on the search button to start the process. Note that calculating KGR is a long process, so depending on how many keywords you put in can affect the processing time.
Normally for 100 keywords tool takes 2-5 minutes. Don’t worry you can close this window now we will email you when your report is ready.
Check your registered email address and download the report.
After some time you will receive an email.
This email contains an attachment file this is your KGR report, download it.
Open the KeySuggest KGR Addon View Report page.
On this page, you have to upload the downloaded file.
After uploading the file it will show you a well-formatted report which you can filter or export to CSV format.
How to manually calculate a keyword's KGR value?
KGR is helpful for new websites: KGR keywords are very low competition so if any new website or blog writes a good article in the KGR keyword, that article gonna rank in Google, and the website start getting traffic. Yes, traffic is not much but for the new websites, it’s great.
KGR = allintitle ÷ monthly search volume
Whereas Allintitle is a google operator.
How to get the ‘allintitle’ results count of keywords?
Follow the below instructions.
- Add “allintitle:” suffix for your Keyword E.g: If Your keyword is “how to do SEO” then you need to search “allintitle:how to do SEO”.
- Enter your keyword in Google
- Click on the Search button
- As you see below, the text before the first listing contains several results. You can also see a similar thing for your keyword
- That’s the number of allintitle results count of your keyword.
And Search volume is,
Search Volume is a metric that shows how many people are searching for a particular keyword on google.
How to get the search volume of keywords?
Follow the below instructions.
- Open KeySuggest
- Enter your keyword
- Click on search
- At the top right corner, you can see search volume data.
What is the Keyword golden ratio?
KGR stands for Keyword golden ratio, Keyword golden ratio is a keyword research technique to find very low competition keywords. If you get a KGR keyword and write a good article about it then you rank for the keyword between 24-48 hours after indexed.
KGR is helpful for new websites: KGR keywords are very low competition so if any new website or blog writes a good article in the KGR keyword, that article gonna rank in Google, and the website start getting traffic. Yes, traffic is not much but for the new websites, it’s great. KGR = allintitle/monthly search volume KGR is a ratio of ‘allintitle’ (Google search operator) divided by monthly searches.
Does the keyword golden ratio work?
Yes, but it is best for new websites. Writing articles about the KGR keyword is good for every website. Still, if your website is new and has DA below then 20 KGR is best for you because at that point if you write articles about a popular topic that have millions of searches then you can’t rank for that keyword. So you have to write a ton of KGR articles and when your website grows enough and builds authority in Google then you start writing articles about a popular topic. The simple answer is Yes keyword golden ratio works. I want to share some case study
Keyword golden ratio case study.
Case study #1
This is a case study of my other blog. About 1 year ago I started a tech blog. I wrote great content about almost 10 popular topics in technology. Guess what happens I failed no one rank in Google even only one of those gets the 2-page position(After applying a lot of SEO techniques). After that, I stop working on that site and leave it. 5-6 months ago when I heard about KGR, I was thinking I should try it. So I write great content on KGR keywords, Guess what happened this time? Yes, you guess right it rank. See my analysis before KGR and after KGR.
Case study #2
This is a case study of my friend. When I see the above awesome results on my site, I tell my friend the KGR technique, and this blog also gets ranked. Here is his Google Analytics.
Case study #3
This is a case study of one of our email subscribers. This is the blog of our email subscriber, Prashant. Even all credit for this tool goes to him. He emails me (at [email protected]) and suggests I look up the KGR technique. He is an Amazon affiliate marketer so he shares this Amazon affiliate earnings. Before KGR and After KGR