Millions (Billions?) of questions have been asked on various websites over time. These questions reveal:
In other words, many great content ideas.
I've begun to compile these questions into a large database, assessing relevance not only by a keyword, but also by the category on the site it was originally posted on.
QuestionDB is a way for you to search that data for any keywords you care about.
I'll be blunt. Most keyword research tool are designed for idiots.
Put in a keyword, and it spits out exact keywords to write content about. The same keywords that everyone else targets.
But anyone with any real SEO or marketing experience knows that there's a world of keywords beyond what Google will publicly release data for.
These keywords and topics require some thought, skill, and experience.
I built QuestionDB for SEOs and content marketers who have a clue about what they're trying to do, not for beginners (although they're welcome to use it).
It will save you a ton of time and give you some great content ideas, but it won't spoon-feed you all the way through the process.
I've started with Reddit, because it contains a massive amount of questions that are generally well written and "real".
But as I develop QuestionDB, I'll be expanding where I collect data to include other sources.