QuestionDB is not your typical keyword question tool. It can be be incredibly powerful and valuable for writers and marketers trying to grow a blog, but you need to use it correctly.
To get started, pick a broad keyword. For example, if you're a marketer, you might want to start with "seo" or "backlinks". If you're a nutrition writer, start with something like "keto" or "vegan".
If you choose the right keyword, that will return you a large list of questions.
From there, whether you're using the free or paid version of QuestionDB, you can dive deeper.
Come up with a list of seed keywords either from your experience or from that initial search. For example, if you're a nutrition blogger writing about the keto diet, your keyword list might look like:
And so on...
Then search these individually on QuestionDB, and you will get a list of specific questions about these topics that you can use as content ideas for your blog.
We find these ideas in real-time and return them to you in a convenient format.
While it's not exactly a new concept, topical authority still appears to be an effective modern traffic generation approach, especially if you don't have a site with thousands of links already.
The idea is that if you cover just about every topic of a niche, Google will be more likely to see you as an authority on that subject and rank your content better.
Not surprisingly, having an exhaustive list of questions about a topic, from QuestionDB, can help you know what to cover to achieve topical authority.
If this is a new concept to you, this interview by Matt Diggity is a great intro point.