Wouldn’t it be great if you could tap into people’s minds and see what they want to know about any given topic? Of course it would! Say you’re writing an article about book publishing. It’s a broad subject. So, what do people want to know about it that you could write about?
AskThePublic will tell you. It’ll even show you.
Enter any keyword or keyphrase (your topic), and this neat tool spits out a bunch of questions folks are asking about it, using autocomplete search data from search engines like Google. The questions are grouped around the five W’s (who, what, when, where, why), plus a few more (how, can, are, which, will).
You want ideas to write and create content about? This is a goldmine. Trying to come up with useful long-tail keywords for SEO? Here you go. Brilliant tool.
Note: AnswerThePublic only lets you do three searches a day for free, and its Pro price isn’t cheap. Best use the tool wisely.