Uncover Your Audience's Questions

Enter in a broad keyword (e.g. "protein powder", "backlinks") to find relevant questions. Find untapped content ideas and create more useful content.

See full sample reports: protein powder, oolong tea

Find Low Competition Keywords that Other Tools Miss

QuestionDB finds long-tail keywords that can give you quick wins

QuestionDB is not your typical keyword question tool. It can be be incredibly powerful and valuable for small content marketing agencies, freelancers, and solo-preneurs.

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, QuestionDB will return you a large list of questions.

We find these ideas in real-time and return them to you in a convenient format.

From there, whether you're using the free or paid version of QuestionDB, you can dive deeper.

Built to speed up your research

There are several features included in QuestionDB that takes a lot of the tedious work out of keyword research.

These include:

  • Ask ai - When you come across a question that you're not sure if it's relevant or not, click "ask ai" to get a quick answer.
  • Source links - We find questions from multiple sources. We include the link if it's available (e.g. reddit), where you can explore the question more, or even promote your content after you write it.
  • Topic filtering - We extract the most common topics in each report, and you can click on them to quickly filter down the list of questions.

A Shortcut to Topical Authority

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.