Bulk Keyword Tool allows you to look up the keyword statistics for up to 20 search terms at a time. Analyze keyword data and save keyword lists for future reference.
Use this feature to save time while researching keyword data.
How to Use
In the Main Menu, select Tools and then Bulk Keyword Tool.
Enter up to 20 search terms in the Enter Keywords field and then click the orange Search button. You can enter one keyword per line. Basic members can perform up to 25 searches a day, Pro members can perform up to 50 searches a day, and Expert members can perform up to 100 searches a day.
Use the table to view the following information:
Keywords: the keywords being analyzed
Average Searches (US)*: the average monthly searches for each keyword on Etsy by people living in the US, based on the past 12 months of Etsy data
Average Clicks (US)*: the average monthly clicks that listings in searches for each keyword get on Etsy, based on the past 12 months of Etsy data
Average CTR (US)*: the ratio of clicks to searches for each keyword on Etsy (shown as a percentage), based on the past 12 months of Etsy data
Etsy Competition (US)*: how much competition you can expect with each keyword on Etsy search results pages
Search Trend: these graphs display each keyword’s changes in popularity over the past 15 months. From this data, you can get a sense of a keyword’s seasonality and whether it is becoming more or less popular
Google Searches: the estimated number of searches performed on Google each month for each keyword. Google search data is also useful for your website and helps you understand broader user-interest levels, keywords, and products
Google Competition: indicates the level of advertisers that are competing on Google for each keyword. The competition score ranges from 0 to 1, with 0 being no competition and 1 being high. High competition is a good indicator of purchase intent
Google CPC: CPC (cost-per-click) indicates how much advertisers are prepared to pay to appear at the top of search results for each keyword. If advertisers are prepared to pay a high CPC, that indicates the keyword has good purchase intent
Long Tail Keywords: indicates whether or not each keyword is more specific than more commonly searched for keywords. Long tail keywords get less search traffic, but will usually have a higher conversion value
SERP Analysis: the SERP (Search Engine Results Page) analysis link will take you to our Keyword Tool, where you can perform a detailed analysis of the top 100 listings found in Etsy search results for that keyword
*This data is color-coded as follows:
Green: The average number of monthly searches, clicks, or CTR for the tag is very high.
A green Etsy competition bar means that competition with the tag on Etsy is very low
Yellow: The average number of monthly searches, clicks, or CTR for the tag is high.
A yellow Etsy competition bar means that competition with the tag on Etsy is low
Orange: The average number of monthly searches, clicks, or CTR for the tag is low.
An orange Etsy competition bar means that competition with the tag on Etsy is high
Red: The average number of monthly searches, clicks, or CTR for the tag is very low.
A red Etsy competition bar means that competition with the tag on Etsy is very high.
Use the Filter field in the blue bar to filter specific listings from within the report.
Sort your data using the small gray arrows at the top of each column.
Click the gray star next to any keyword to add it to a keyword list (linked via the floating blue button at the bottom of the page). Once you add a keyword to a list, the star next to it will turn yellow.
Click the orange Export button to export your report for future reference.
Below, you can continue to use the Enter Keywords field to perform more searches and research more keywords.
Who Can Use This?
This feature is available to Basic members, Pro members, and Expert members.